My question is two part:
1. How? :)
importantly for me right now, how does this work? If this is a
client-side event and the client is no longer there (i.e. they close
their browser), how does the event get t
which decodes video over IP.
I have written a small app
key handler for remote controls and an event handler so I can take
some action or present a me
src="images/picture.png" alt="Some nice alt text" />
containing the image and text, then makes it clickable:
spanVar = document.getElementBy
Upon page refresh/form-submit the page loses the data.. Would anyone
know how I might be able to incorporate session variables so that the
Thanks for any help.
I have a link to a website. say www.test1.php. When I click on this
link, it prompts me for a username, password. On entering the login
info, it takes me to the home page say www.test1home.php.
this home page, there is another link, say www.test2.php.
once I am logged in to the
<input type="text"> box and I have applied the
autocomplete function on that box.
I know that when the
I have an internal, IE only web app and I need to capture
certain key combinations and cancel the events. Here is a sample
When there is a HTML Form with lots of input elements, how can I
which element is triggering the form submit action with the
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I've come across a little situation and I'm not sure
if it's IE6 only or not (our Intranet only allows IE6 so I can't
really test with FireFox to check).
Imagine the following:
There are three links that e
I have a question below is a list with the anchor links now when
the links are clicked I dont want the browser to go to that web page
instead I want the browser to stay on the current page and display the
list in an alert box to the user. I know this can be done with