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  1. Thread: Loading JS

    by molendijk
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    Resolved It works offline on my machine. There are 2...

    It works offline on my machine. There are 2 identical horizontal menus, though. After I hit HOME, that problem corrects itself.
  2. As mentioned by DD-visitors, my info on how to...

    As mentioned by DD-visitors, my info on how to use the script I wrote for playing YouTube videos without the ads and other distractions was not very clear. So I revised the whole thing. Everything...
  3. Frickentrevor, I don't think what you want is...

    Frickentrevor, I don't think what you want is possible. If we want to maintain the width-height ratio, there will always be some part of the image being cut off in smaller windows.
    And that's...
  4. Sorry, no luck yet. I've got too little time at...

    Sorry, no luck yet. I've got too little time at the moment.
  5. No, you were talking about the ratio of the width...

    No, you were talking about the ratio of the width of the image to its height (which is something quite different). That's no problem in my code. I'll try to correct the issue of the image being cut...
  6. That's strange. It's OK on my machine. The only...

    That's strange. It's OK on my machine. The only thing is that a small portion of the image becomes invisible when the window gets very small.
    Did you take a look at Beverleyh's 3 Ways to...
  7. You could use a mix of css and js:

    You could use a mix of css and js:


    <!doctype html>
    <html >
    <head>

    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">

    <title>&nbsp;</title>
  8. Using or not using the image tag won't make the...

    Using or not using the image tag won't make the code more or less clean. So I think there's no principled reason not to use it.
    If you want to always use it on the whole page (the html element) you...
  9. I wouldn't know how to do it in a simple way...

    I wouldn't know how to do it in a simple way without the image tag. Why don't you want the image tag?
  10. Your code doesn't cause the image to shrink /...

    Your code doesn't cause the image to shrink / expand.
  11. Try this:

    Try this:
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    Resolved I provided the code with an explicitly given...

    I provided the code with an explicitly given closing tag for the image because the validator was complaining that it wasn't there.
    Normally, you don't have </img>. But this time the validator seemed...
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    Resolved As I said, you can't have

    As I said, you can't have <ul id="navigation-bottom"></ul> The validator complains about it.
    Either remove it, or put something inside it, for instance:


    <ul id="navigation-bottom">...
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    Resolved You have ...

    You have

    <ul id="navigation-bottom">
    </ul>
    with nothing inside it.

    And you have


    <p id="breadcrumb" class="left-box"> <img src="http://whitehatworlds.com/icon_home.gif" alt="Home"...
  15. You're right, so I'm surprised that...

    You're right, so I'm surprised that http://validator.w3.org/ doesn't complain.
  16. http://validator.w3.org/ gives no error.

    http://validator.w3.org/ gives no error.
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    Hi Rob, I was about to post a script when I saw...

    Hi Rob,
    I was about to post a script when I saw that Vic had already proposed a nice script, for which you thanked him. So I refrained from posting.
    But in view of your last question, my proposal...
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    Yes, my beloved iframe. TOS-issues can be taken...

    Yes, my beloved iframe. TOS-issues can be taken care of by explicitly mentioning the foreign URL. Here's a crazy idea:


    <div id="popup_frame" style="font-family: verdana; font-size: 12px;...
  19. Then you could try links like:

    Then you could try links like:
    <a href="javascript:void(0)" onclick="$('#movm_cal_right_box').load('external1.htm'); returrn false">External 1</a>

    In the head:
    <script...
  20. In this case, it's much safer not to use ajax but...

    In this case, it's much safer not to use ajax but an iframe instead. Try this:


    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"...
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    Thanks John, that did it!

    Thanks John, that did it!
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    I already tried that in my php-code. No succes....

    I already tried that in my php-code. No succes. Where in my code should I put it?
    Thanks.
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    Thanks. Yes, I know, but I don't know how to use...

    Thanks.
    Yes, I know, but I don't know how to use it in my code, in this particular case.
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    Removing PHP-generated backslashes

    Hello you PHP-gurus,
    I've put the following code on a page:

    <?php
    $fn = "file.html";
    $file = fopen($fn, "r+");
    $size = filesize($fn);
    if($_POST['addition']) fwrite($file, $_POST['addition']);...
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    I wouldn't know how to do that in this script...

    I wouldn't know how to do that in this script (without PHP). There are some PHP-experts on these forums. They may have a solution.
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