many thanks for your comment!!!
i was thinking the problem was in the structure of the code, by trying
to send you the real thing, i just figured out
that somewhere in the page, there was already a div that had same id
than the one in the updated content.
Fixing ids solved the problem.
trying to have a 2 x 2 grid of text input blocks that are summed to
the right below. Ajax is ment to update on change by re-formatting
whatever was input and all the totals. A relevant section of my
efforts found below.
On Aug 18, 4:47 pm, T.J. Crowder t...@crowdersoftware.com wrote:
Incidentally (and not on topic for your question)
is not valid in either HTML or XHTML.
It's valid XHTML for an empty table cell.
Wrong. It's a common misconception (which I had myself until
which parts of it are not working
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From: vk2tdt vk2...@gmail.com
To: Prototype script.aculo.us firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 6:46 AM
Subject: [Proto-Scripty] Prototype
On Aug 18, 7:11 pm, ColinFine colin.f...@pace.com wrote:
What's wrong with putting divs in tables (inside the table cells, of
Well, it is not that bad, but usually it falls in one of two cases:
- The table is an actual table, and there is no (or very few) need to
use divs in its
Will this work with Ajax.Request? I changed my script so that it is created
instead of defined and I still can't access it using evalJS.
[mailto:prototype-scriptacul...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of
Okay, I do see it documented there. I was looking at the PDF version
I downloaded a while ago, which is missing that part. I should have
checked the online version first, but I didn't think of it. Thanks
for your help,
On Aug 18, 5:27 pm, T.J. Crowder t...@crowdersoftware.com
Hello, I am having some difficulties writing a class, in my code I have a class
where I need to be able to bind event listeners to values. In my code I want
the variable pointerIndex to be accessible outside of the initialize function,
but right now it is not. If I make a global variable for
See the following URL for all the gory details:
But to sum up, the following test case will get an out of stack
space error in IE8 when it is running in IE8 Standards mode (you can
check the mode by
I am not positive, but I believe the problem is from my event
listeners on the line:
Now: $(e).observe('click', *this*.doSlide.bind(featuresWrapper[i].id));
You need to pass 'this' as the first argument to bind().
Advanced Web Construction Ltd
Please check out the code below. I am having a hard time getting the
protortype selectors to be applied to this item. Hoping to avoid
having to use childNodes to parse this data.
var xml = 'datastatusOK/status/data';
var parser = new DOMParser();
I tried putting this as the first argument to bind, but the function doesn't
get called. Am I using the right syntax for calling the function
From: Kevin Porter k...@9ballpool.co.uk
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 5:14 PM
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