They go through the setup of the new address then when they click 'save' it gives them a success message and tells them to click here to update the address list.
I have it when they click on that, then Ajax goes in the back ground and gets a new list of the addresses and updates the <span tag to show those.
It works, however, the css or style tags do not seem to work.
After it did not work, I tried using style tags and putting the main code from the class in it and removing the class field in the <td cell.
That did not work either.
Any idea as to why it would not work?
My crystal ball is very cloudy this morning.... could you post a link to the problem? Then someone might be able to lend a hand.
You'll have to create a free account, feel free to, then just let it auto delete, no need to keep it or even put real data, we won't require you to validate your email either so feel free to put a fake but properly formatted email address in there;
That is my account so you can create an account there.
once there click "Join our Club"
select join for free, after you create the account you can login then click on any of the order links and add a product to the shopping cart then click on the Checkout now, and you'll see what I'm talking about when you click on the Add an Address link
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thanks, but I have no desire to join your club.
Maybe you'll find somebody else willing to though!
Just a thought.... it could be helpful to fix your html (191 Errors, 79 warnings) and css BEFORE going any further.
Might be just a silly quirk of mine, but I believe that any page that has that many errors for whatever reason really should receive some attention before you ask for help.
where do you see 191 Errors, 79 warnings ?
Ok, maybe I'm old school, but how in the world is this an error:
Line 401, column 69: XML Parsing Error: EntityRef: expecting ';'
it shows the e in pcode=301 is where the error is...
That is all part of a link inside an:
link... That makes no since to me.
Any thoughts on that one? there are a TON of errors like that one, all inside href links.
Use swfobject or something similar to embed your flash... old school again.
Thank you for that. I have been writing my own HTML websites since 1995 and I don't ever recall using encoded html... with that said, I never used code validators, I only looked at the html in all the browsers I had installed to see if there were issues. That is the only way I did it.
Anyhow, I guess since I am self taught that is why there are so many errors.
Anyhow, I still do not understand most of these errors.
what does this mean:
Line 438, column > 80: XML Parsing Error: AttValue: " or ' expected
Here is the line it has a problem with:
…"Click to verify BBB accreditation and to see a BBB report." style="cursor:po…
Here is the whole line it has a problem with:
Where can I find what those errors mean?
document.write('<img align="right" title="Click to verify BBB accreditation and to see a BBB report." style="cursor:pointer;cursor:hand;" onclick="window.open(\\'https://www.bbb.org/online/consumer/cks.aspx?id=$_bbbId\\',\\'BBB\\',\\'width=600,height=500,top=50,left=50,menu=no,location=no,statusbar=no,resizable=yes,scrollbars=yes\\'); return false;" border=0 src="$_imgurl/images/bbbsealh1US.gif" alt="Click to verify BBB accreditation and to see a BBB report."/>');
XHTML has a few different rules than HTML, is a little stricter, but more flexible...
The validators aren't perfect and are sometimes misleading in descriptions of a problem... the only way to use a validator effectively is to fix the errors starting at the top of the list... some "errors" aren't really errors, but are seen as such due to real errors in syntax that came before them. It is probably finally picking up a ";" to go with all the "&".
Most people are self-taught in html/xml/xhtml/css. There wasn't anybody around to start teaching this stuff as it started. I learned the "hard way" too, and started teaching some of it part-time about a decade ago using my own notes and experience. New things to learn every day for all of us!
Last edited by opifex; 11-26-2009 at 08:16 PM.
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