- Nov 19, 2007Hi Dav ,Thanks for your quick reply .Please find the part of the source code and the comments written from line number 23 .ThanksChandra
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From: "dav.glass@..." <dav.glass@...>
Sent: Friday, 16 November, 2007 9:34:45 PM
Can you post a link to an example?
It's hard to debug DragDrop with only seeing that one line of code :)
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From: chandra sekar <mail_to_chandru@ yahoo.co. in>
Sent: Friday, November 16, 2007 5:33:49 AM
I am using Drag and drop in our application . After drag/drop and press save , i need to retain the dragged DIV .
I have retained the DIV using innerHTML . But i could not drag after that .
I have initialized drag using new YAHOO.util.DD( "element1" ); But cannot drop it in the place where i want to . How do i drop it in the specified container . My code looks like this after i save .
colsJS.innerHTML+ ="<div class='listBox' style='height: 12px;' id='element1'><div style='display: inline;font- size:11px; float:left' >"+splitMeasure+ "</div><div style='display: inline; float:right'><img src='images/ close_nodes3. gif' onclick='removeV( "+splitMeasureID +")' border='0' style='cursor: hand; float:right; ' /></div>"
new YAHOO.util.DD( "element1" );
Thanks in advance ,
waiting for ur reply ,
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