lol, in my book plumbers are experts and make a nice living!
Plus, the actual debugging error in Safari says "Can't find variable: parse"
So I tried changing the name (to "parced" and "place" but it still says it can't find that variable.
I then declared it as a variable, var parsed; (undefined), but same result.
You are a master Plumber! That worked wonderfully on Safari as well as on the iPad! Fantastic!
And no cookie is used? That's a lot for me to learn!
Thank you Padonak!
. . . and as for your English, it's pretty darn good, better than many of my co-workers (I am french canadian but went to English schools).
I gave up drinking two years ago, the only thing I miss is the ritual of having a vodka martini on a Friday evening but it's all good! And I sleep much better too!
Thanks again, and if you do write up an explanation, I'd love it.
If you have a blog, I think you'd get traffic over this one - we do eLearning and have left Flash behind. We needed some form of low level assessment and can't count on having any server-side scripting available, so this simple quiz was okay for us. Separating the answers into a separate JS file was good enough because if our users figured that out, they should do well on the quizzes! =)
I searched for a good week on something like this - JS, XML, AJAX, JQuery, anything at all and most solutions were poor. Plus it has to be HTML5 for us and work on almost anything.
Your code allows for that and I think many other corporate eLearning departments are in the same boat.
Not able to use SQL or a scripting language really limits this for us (on my own time I do a bit in MySQL, Apache, PHP for http://simonastick.com ).