<form name="aform" action="#">
<select onchange="this.form.elements['nofkids'].style.display = this.value">
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Seems that this will be sufficient for you:
function reRoot(url, root)
return url.replace(/^([a-z]+:\/\/[^\/]+)(.*)/i, "$1" + root + "$2");
var newUrl =...
Just one minor problem Twey :p, your code will fail in cases where several place-holders appear consecutively (eg. "%LANG%%SOMETHING%").
Nope, the only way to do that is through XMLHttpRequest.
DD has plenty of scripts for this purpose, eg. http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex17/ajaxcontent.htm
It would be better to store arrays of handlers for each hook type and then simply iterate the array and call all handlers. To add a handler you would simply add it to the corresponding array.
Basically you just have to remove everything highlighted in red in my previous post.
document.getElementById(sRow).style.display = '';
document.getElementById(sRow + "1").style.display =...
The problem is that you specify two table rows to be displayed inline:
<tr id="rent" style="display:inline;">
<tr id="rent1" style="display:inline;">
The error message pretty much tells you what's the problem.
For some reason you have a space between the $ character and the actual name of the variable in some places (in both files!):
You need to have the following in the head section of your page:
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="file.ico" />
or you can just put a file named favicon.ico into the root directory of your...
Well, I did a bit of research on SGML comments and it turns out that there are comment declarations and there are comments.
A comment declaration begins with <! and ends with >. Inside the comment...
It seems that Firefox has problems with parsing comments :confused:
If you remove all your HTML comments, it will work fine.
Surprisingly, removing one dash from the comment closing tag, will...
It doesn't work because of the html code that you have before the <!DOCTYPE. It causes the browser to render in quirks mode, which is why your CSS fails.
Also you have a syntax error in style.css...
You have quite a few errors in your code.
First, your form doesn't have a name and your controls don't have ids so there is no elegant way to access them. Either give you select boxes some ids...
Sorry, as it was just very quickly written, I had some typos there.
The time.hminutes should be time.minutes.
And in the usage sample time.AddHour should be time.AddHours
A working example can...
Here, an example using a Time object.
function Time(h, m)
this.hours = typeof h == "number" ? h : 0;
this.minutes = typeof m == "number" ? m : 0;
I thought it was the opposite way. :p
Anyway, I'm afraid that Wikipedia is far more better in explaining what a struct in C/C++ is. Maybe some tutorials could help you as well.
As for me, the...
You could either use a border:
border-bottom: 1px solid lime;
Jas, try this solution and see if it fits your needs:
using namespace std;
/* Prototype for the callback function.
Well, the following works:
$this_file = basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']);
$error_list = array();
$status = ' ';
The script is pretty messed up and needs to be rewritten. It's quite pointless to hold a name of a temporary file ($large), a boolean value ($thumb) and [the only meaningful] description in the...
Here, this might be what you are looking for:
It uses ColdFusion to transmit the coordinates, but can also be rewritten to be...