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  • clearTimeout("COUNT") will stop that timer object -----Original Message----- From: Ron Woodall [mailto:nor@^$1] Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 2:09 PM To: ntb-html@^$2 Subject: [NH] help! Hi All: Sorry for this intrusion but I'm getting despirate. I need to figure out how to stop a script once it has started. ======== start of script ========== ============ end of script...
    Jeff Burrows Oct 1, 2002
  • If you steal the swf and put it on your server and then put this code in a web page, you would have ants. However, this would be stealing. In order to make your own ants, you would need Macromedia Flash or Director... -----Original Message----- From: Alec Burgess [mailto:burale@^$1] Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 3:53 PM To: ntb-html@^$2 Subject: Re: [NH] How things work (Lindows...
    Jeff Burrows Jul 31, 2002
  • Fay: I never meant to imply that anyone was unworthy or that financial ability was a measure. I'm sorry that you heard it that way. You are obviously way ahead of the average person, despite your doubts, and you have the secret to anything, which is to just keep trying. What I meant was that people who are clinging to the much older browsers and other technology are not doing so...
    Jeff Burrows Jul 20, 2002
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  • Hear, Hear, Adam. You the man! So much of human development has depended on leaving the lowest common denominator behind, to some extent. This is really the only way to encourage positive change. At some point as a species, we left behind those of our group who would not, or could not, use language. If we had kept our society compatible with the lowest common denominator then, most...
    Jeff Burrows Jul 20, 2002
  • Still, since the last time Netscape 4 was updated, I have had two children and three new cars. Back then, Netscape did cost between $29 and $79 so I can understand that people want a return on their investment, but isn't it getting silly...? Please, tell everyone you know, everyone within the sound of your voice, that if they are so afraid of Microsoft that they can't handle IE...
    Jeff Burrows Jul 19, 2002
  • These would be your problem. IE6 (like NS 6 and Mozilla 1.0) are a lot more picky about standards compliance with regard to HTML coding. IE5+ was very forgiving about things like missing quotes, missing # signs, and missing closing tags . The new browsers expect us to be more careful... You should also add the following code at the beginning of all of your current HTML pages: This...
    Jeff Burrows Jun 20, 2002
  • There is a really nice tutorial at: http://www.cfgatlin.com/javascript/index.html and also http://www.xs4all.nl/~ppk/js/ If you learned everything at these two sites, you would become a JavaScript Jedi! -----Original Message----- From: Krister Ekstrom [mailto:krister@^$1] Sent: Friday, June 07, 2002 1:37 PM To: Jeff Burrows Subject: Newbie javascript question was Re: [NH...
    Jeff Burrows Jun 8, 2002
  • Don - great stuff. I am glad to see more people discovering the joys of javascript! On suggestion: In your external file, have the function return a text string rather than performing the document.write. This gives you more flexibility to reuse the function in the future. function printMessage(email, name) { var output; output = "Hey this footer will appear. If this page needs...
    Jeff Burrows Jun 7, 2002
  • Here is a function that covers most of the _target options: function golocation(loc, target){ vtarget=target.toLowerCase(); if (vtarget=="_self") {window.location=loc;} else {if (vtarget=="_top") {top.location=loc;} else {if (vtarget=="_blank") {window.open(loc);} else {if (vtarget=="_parent") {parent.location=loc;} else {parent.frames[vtarget].location=loc;}; }}} } Then you could...
    Jeff Burrows Apr 15, 2002
  • Well... if the location = "yourlinkhere.htm" is really short for window.location = "yourlinkhere.htm". If you want to refer to another window, you could launch that window first and set the location: remote = window.open("","remotewin","width=350,height=400"); remote.location.href = "yourlinkhere.htm"; Or, if you are trying to reference a frame, you would use something like: parent...
    Jeff Burrows Apr 15, 2002