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yes i know this has been done to death but i still canna get my lil' bit of code working and really require some help document.getElementById('ChooseLoc_'+ paletteID +'_ColID_'+ RadioNum).innerHTML = '<a rel='nofollow' href=JavaScript:ShowColours('+ paletteID + ','+RadioNum+','+ eval(maximprintCols)+')>Change imprint color</a>'; (note: 'paletteID' & 'RadioNum' passed into function dependant on user selection) now how the hell do i get that to work in FF? i've tried a number of different *ahem* solutions ...
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i want to do paging in datagrid of edit records.....! this is my code.kindly solve my problem as soon as possible....! <%@ Import Namespace="System.Data.OleDb" %> <Script Runat="Server"> Dim conNorthwind As OleDbConnection Dim cmdSql As OleDbCommand Dim strSql As String Sub Page_Load conNorthwind = New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; " _ & "DATA SOURCE=" _ & Server.MapPath("nwind.mdb;")) If Not IsPostBack Then BindDataGrid End If End Sub Sub BindDataGrid cmdSql = New OleDbCommand("Select ...
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Android Donut has PPTP support. But has anyone been successful with using PPTP with RSA secureId? I've ALWAYS had failed connecting to my company VPN using linux since it uses RSA SecurID hardware tokens and PPTP. The problem seems to be with the additonal EAP authentication step that is added with the SecurID technology. My Windows desktop needs a RSA client installed ( and the VPN network connection configured ) to make it work. My friend's iPhone seems to have support for this (proprietary crap) out of ...
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Hi! I have a NSManagedObject subclass named Tour. I stored the reference to it using this code: prefs = [NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults]; NSURL *myURL = [[myTour objectID] URIRepresentation]; NSData *uriData = [NSKeyedArchiver archivedDataWithRootObject:myURL]; [prefs setObject:uriData forKey:@"tour"]; Now I want to retrieve it. I tried using: NSData *myData = [prefs objectForKey:@"tour"]; NSURL *myURL = [NSKeyedUnarchiver unarchiveObjectWithData:myData]; TourAppDelegate *appDelegate = ...
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Hi i am new to Objective C. been about two weeks now but i have been programming for a few years. i am trying to create an app for the business i work for that can access the company SharePoint sit and display a few RSS feeds in a few tables. the problem i am having is the authentication. to access SharePoint i need to go through an RSA SecurID form based login screen. i am trying to do this by posting all the data that i think is required in the method below: - (NSData *)getDataExternalURL { ...
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I need to archive and unarchive an array of objects. The object looks like this: typedef enum { On, Off, InBetween } State; @interface MyItem : NSObject { NSUInteger myID; NSString *title; NSNumber *numBytes; State itemState; } I'm trying to encode/decode like this, but I don't know how to deal with the myID and itemState fields, which are NSUInteger and enum types respectively. (see warnings and errors below) -(void)encodeWithCoder:(NSCoder *)encoder{ [encoder encodeObject:myID forKey:kMyId]; //warning: ...
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I am having issues with this.... <? $id = $myid['id']; ?> <a rel='nofollow' href="javascript:handleParent("$id")">Comment</a> <? $id = $myid['id']; ?> <a rel='nofollow' href="javascript:handleParent("$id")">Comment</a> it dont work. is there anyway to make it work???? Remember, PHP is a "pre-processor". Nothing about PHP itself exists by the time Javascript is executed, only the things PHP generated before sending the page to the browser are known to Javascript. To make what you have work, you need to ...
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I have an image on my web page and I have added an onclick behaviour to it. The onclick event plays a timeline. When I run this page the onclick works fine. The problem is it only works the first time it is clicked. If the user clicks on it again then nothing happens. Why is this? Post a link so we can see the code. I've attached the file. First of all, change this: Code: <a href="javascript:;" onClick="MM_timelinePlay('Timeline2')"> to this: Code: <a href="#" onClick="MM_timelinePlay('Timeline2')"> That's ...
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Im cramming a whole javascript-function into a stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString-function, and it works fine like this: [self.webView stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"var theElement=document.getElementById('myId');var selectedPosX=0;var selectedPosY=0;while(theElement!=null){selectedPosX+=theElement.offsetLeft;selectedPosY+=theElement.offsetTop;theElement=theElement.offsetParent;}window.scrollTo(selectedPosX,selectedPosY);"]]; As you can see, the js-code looks for ...
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been on this for a day now and no joy besides putting the css in an external style sheet within conditional comments. There must be a simpler way. The problem: When opening new window from onclick event, the images, layout and some positioning is not styled. The dom created elements are displayed unstyled. If I copy and paste the content from firebug into a test html page it gets styled. So this tells me that the order of the load is the problem, well I thinks so anyhow. It would seem that the page is ...
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