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bryansgirlalways
calculate image and download size
Hi, , , I was wondering if someone could provide some tips on how to write a java script code that would do the following: , - input an image number, resolution and size and calculates the amount of space the images will occupy on disk, when downloaded and the speed of download at different bit rates. , , , Confused
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Loaded FORM by AJAX is internally unknown
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Calendar mouseover on selected cells
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bhavyait
Javascript/AJAX approach to track stock prices
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lightenin
Javascript window.open help
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gooche77
Connecting MS Access DB to Internet Explorer
I'm a Database Developer and have been presented with the challenge of connecting my MS Access DB to an online interface which  has to transmit 3 or 4 fields from a recordset onto the web page and submit.  (every 10 loans requires a submission)  I imagine i would do this with Javascript, but i don't know what references need to be set in the VBA or the syntax of transmitting these commands to Internet Explorer. 
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12 years ago
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gooche77
 Thanks for the reply!  The DB resides on Chase's internal server.  What i need to do is retrieve around 1000+ records(loans) and loop thru 10 at a time.  (this i can do).  I want to populate variables thru VBA and then paste those variables onto a web page.  Once this is done, i need to hit the submit button. Is this possible thru VBA and Javascript or am i dreaming the impossible dream?
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decren
need guidance to transfer text from one table to a
Table1 contains an input-textbox; and a push-button to add a new row to Table2. The button also activates a script to transfer the information in the text-box to the new cell in Table2. I originally used cloneNode which works fine:, , // cell 1 - input text, document.getElementById("Table1");, var el=document.getElementById("textBox").cloneNode(true);, var cell1 = row.insertCell(1).appendChild(el);, , but I only want to transfer the text (not the text-box.) I tried to adapt innerHTML, but am having trouble doing so. What am I doing wrong?:, , // cell 1 - input text, document.getElementById("Table1");, var el = document.getElementById("textBox").innerHTML;, var cell1 = row.insertCell(1).textBox(el);, , any assistance would be appreciated...
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12 years ago
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decren
Got it solved!!, , var el = document.getElementById("textBox").value;, var cell1 = row.insertCell(1);, cell1.appendChild(document.createTextNode(el));
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blkshirt
Drop down list box question using JavaScript.
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aka51
Form
Does anyone have any ideas on how I can go about solving this problem. I have a form that is submitting it contents using mailto: , After the form is sent off it remains on the form page, is there a way to have it redirected.
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17 years ago
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jdschram
yup...using javascript a presume... this shoud be happening after the page has been submitted and the contents processed..., < !-- Begin, url=("PageToRedirectTo");, window.location=url; // End -->or < !-- Begin, url=("PageToRedirectTo");, document.write(' , // End -->
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