I've read quite a bit of discussion on different approaches of how to
create a download progress meter that can be implemented into a Web
site. I understand that by the very nature of the way the download
transport is handled that this cannot "automatically" be done...
upload progress meters exist, but not download. However, I've seen
different theories on how it could be done if one knows the file size.
Is anyone aware of a working download meter script written in
I have a multi-frame page. The frames are named Frame_1, Frame_2 and
Frame_1 has a drop down box. When a value is selected in this drop
down box, Frame_2 is updated using an asp file (as I have to read from
a back-end access database).
In turn in the asp file, I have a Body onload tag to execute a
Till now this is working fine.
Here is the problem. Frame_3 has a form with a radio button. When a
radio button is selected, I want that a function be executed in
display then download the selected file (regardless of the file type). That
way, they won't open a word on the computer they will download it. They
won't open a picture or an Excel spread sheet... it will all download. I
don't want to use a zip program because of the many folks that can't seem to
grasp unzipping files (go figure).
" JCO" <J.Oliviero@verizon.net> wrote in message
there is a method to load js from js, e.g.
var script = document.createElement('script');
script.src = 'snip.js';
While my question might be simple, the environment around it is
terribly messy and so I will try to keep this clear and simple by only
including the relevant code - however, as I will soon suggest, I worry
that the problem isnt in what would seem to be the relevant code but
instead is lost somewhere in the do-and-donts of the peripheral code.
So at the end, i'll try to include all the affected code and you can
see if any of its actually relevant. I know there is a lot going on...
sorry, but I tried to write this clearly.
I wounder if some one can help me i have to write a program that sums
numbe3rs together using a for loop.
The numbers are 1 to 10 then one to 20 then 1 to 10,000.
// A program for summing numbers from one to biggestNumber
Var theSum = 0;
its got to start like this. Im having problems with this one
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On Fri, 16 Dec 2005 11:27:29 GMT, "vicki via JavaKB.com" <u16404@uwe>
wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :
If I have Options/ViewingMail/AllowExecutables unchecked does Eudora strip
"Bob Bailey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> If I have Options/ViewingMail/AllowExecutables unchecked does Eudora strip
OK. I've answered my own question but that begs a new one. (Eudora strips
Having allowed Executables it only works if I open, not preview, the message
o the following:
to hover over the city, he should change the city's image with another clea=
rer, and clicking in the city he should get a darker color than the picture=
when we hover.
Until there all right, but when I click it gets darker image and move the m=
ouse in another city he immediately removes the dark image and return to th=
e clearer picture.
How to keep the image when I click on it and still the effect of passing th=
Tina Host wrote:
Exactly as well as it works with files of any other type.
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You know, one peeve I have about COLA is that it seems too oriented
around client applications, when the the majority of the world is about
As has DOM, and DHTML.
A web developer is a fully OO programmer.
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John Bailo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
For single man garage business, you sure have.
Guys, anybody know if is possible "to press" a button linked a
My Firefox send something like that:
POST /msgs.aspx TOKEN=B8B83BGDBC191B9FE0A0BE1393294FAB&sig=gpaiOqbp0Nr
python has modules for forms and other things... and for it?
Thank you for help...
>python has modules for forms and other things... and for it?
Check out httplib and urlib2, it might be useful for you.
Cut'n'paste from "my" ticket 202 at www.ecomstation.com as they seem
to have come to a halt... :-(
Recenty I went from w4 fp17 to eCS 1.2. I get the odd behavior
Both boxes sees, and uses the same installations and user profiles.
Clean install(s) of both Moz and FF has been done several times.
Starting FF or Moz clean (no userprofiles), doesn't make any
The Weather extension i.e doesn't show it's 'mouseover' info, and it
Amit Patel wrote:
Stop using that stuff, it's bad for your brains. :P
"Amit Patel" <email@example.com> wrote in message
It also has it's own group..
I am looking for a method to extract the links embedded within the
C++/Pascal/etc. I am looking for a general solution, not one tailored
to a particular page/script.
Hopefully, the problem can be solved without recreating a complete
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am looking for a method to extract the links embedded within the