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Hello, I wanted to know whether there is a way for me to capture
functions that have been defined in a Javascript file.
It is for
testing purposes. I am actually creating a web page where the user
would be asked to upload a javascript file and then the list of
functions would appear in a drop down list or something for the user
to select upon which function he/she wants to perform the test. />Thanking you in advance
Hi,

My system written in javascript...it run normal
in IE. But when i using Firefox 1.5 to run it, appear a serious
problem. Because the information keep on repeat in my 2nd frame when i
click on the radiobutton in the 1st frame. That zip file is my system.
u may try to using IE and Firefox to open it, then u will know what is
my serious problem.
Thanks...hope u can help me.
Javascript
Hello there,
I am developing an app that will have HTML/JS/CSS as
the user interface component and then the back end will be C# that
will be dynamically updating this web page. In order to do that i need
the C# functions to be able to call JS functions in HTML page and the
JS functions to be able to call C# functions.
First of all, is
this possible?
If possible, how can i do that?
Please guide
me with sample code.
Thanks in advance.
C & C++ & C#
I want to call two javascript functions in a row in actionscript in my
Flash movie. Calling just one of them works fine, but when I try to
call them both, only one works. Here is the code that I have on my
button's on release:
//code below hides html content using
javascript function in external "toggle" doc in scripts
folder
getURL("javascript:hideContent();");
/> //code below hides html subnav using javascript function in
external "toggle" doc in scripts folder /> getURL("javascript:hidediv();");
The second
javascript is the only one that works. I am assuming it is somehow
over-riding the firs
Javascript
Hey Guys, Im a we bit confused -Ill admit Im new to Java.
Anywho.
Ive got a javascript Im currently running on my site that allows an
image to "float" in the bottom left-hand corner of the
screen. The image is also clickable. We have a free contact method we
like to use, clicking the image is supposed to initiate the script. />This is where it gets a bit confusing. The script that actually
intiates the contact, is provided by another company, and the
javascript fuction is called from a remote location using:
class="bbcode_container"> class="bbcode_description">Code:

<script language="J
Javascript
Hello, I wanted to know whether there is a way for me to capture
functions that have been defined in a Javascript file.
It is for
testing purposes. I am actually creating a web page where the user
would be asked to upload a javascript file and then the list of
functions would appear in a drop down list or something for the user
to select upon which function he/she wants to perform the test. />Thanking you in advance
Javascript
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