At 6:42 PM +0100 4/27/11, Geoff Lane wrote:
However, I do have one residual question. I suspect the short answer
to this is "No", but since the list is quiet I'll ask anyway:
the client? Is there something in $_SERVER etc. that can provide this
To answer your question in a new thread.
No, the $_SERVER super-global isn't going to give you anything nor is
anything else like it.
ON in the client's browser because PHP is history by the time the
As Yogi Berra once said; "It's always hard to predict things
especially when it deals with the future."
However, there are two ways to "kind-of" doing it:
Way 1 -- I place an element in html that is hidden from the user's
changes the css so that the element is shown to the user
(display:block). Here's an example:
Try clicking "MORE"
example I did for my students:
seen by the user -- because it's not in the html.
button is shown and becomes available as another option via DOM
-- look here:
have to know what run's what and when.
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