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    Yeah there is a lot of bad code out there, for example, those people over at webdeveloper.com don't know what there doing . . .
    Plus, they're partners with javascript.internet.com... which is HORRIBLE. Most or all of they're scripts are IE only, I can recall one of them using ActiveX to browser your computer. Horrible.
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    is xmlhttprequest or something the same as activex???
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    No. xmlhttprequest is the ajax method call.
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    Ok...

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    XMLHttpRequest is a host object provided by most browsers that allows a script to make direct HTTP requests. IE's implementation uses ActiveX, which I presume is the source of your confusion.
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    I think I read the IE also supports XMLHttpRequest directly, though I also have seen it being used with ActiveX...

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    In IE7, there is a native window.XMLHttpRequest() constructor function, as seen in other browsers, yes. In IE6 and below, it's required to use an ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP").
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    OK I see...

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    Read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AJAX

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