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– Works! Fixed Chrome Image Issue – It is now working in All Browsers So the other day a client requested that when a visitor leaves any page on the site, they be greeted by an alert (such as ‘alert(‘this is your alert’);’) and if they click ‘Cancel’ they then go to an alternate ‘Exit Pop’ page that acts as a page to salvage a sale, or an opt-in, or dignity, what have you. Otherwise they just click ‘OK’ and go on their merry way in the opposite direction.
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Welcome The Dojo Toolkit Reference Guide is designed to be an in-depth resource regarding the Dojo Toolkit. The Reference Guide is a community effort and can be contributed to by anyone who has a CLA in place with the Dojo Foundation.
Some months ago, I discussed multiple values in CCK using AJAX . A few people showed interest, so here's Part 1 of how AJAX can go together with Drupal. We'll start with a common use case: checking that a username is available when a new user signs up. After you're done with this tutorial, you should be able to give the new user near-instant feedback on whether or not their username is available. I like to start at my desired result and work backwards, so that's what we'll do.
I have just made a independent study on “deep linking for AJAX” for the course Web 2.0 technology. Seems that most of the info on the web about deep linking implementation are for Flash web site but not AJAX’s, so I release my report and presentation slide here hoping can help somebody. What is Deep Linking Deep Linking is a URL that point to a specific resource like a web page or a file. User can access the resource directly through the URL without further navigation (ie. bypassing “home” or “portal” page).
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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: Can anyone confirm is AJAX request can be sent over HTTPS if the containing page is loaded via HTTPS? or is it true that all AJAX interaction take place via HTTP?
As I sit here watching “The Muppets Take Manhattan” in Spanish in the middle of a Costa Rican thunderstorm, I find my mind drifting back to a recent project where I spent a day debugging a frustratingly annoying problem: A user would visit the web application I was working on, and after a given page was loaded, all of the session data associated with their visit would be suddenly gone. The user would no longer be logged into the site, and any changes they made (which were logged in session data) were lost. I spent tonnes of time in the debugger (while at times unreliable and frustrating on huge projects, the Zend debugger is still an invaluable aid for the PHP application developer) and kept seeing the same thing: the session data were simply being erased at some point, and the storage in the database would register ’’ as the data for the session. It was driving me crazy. I would sit there in the debugger and go through the same sequence each time:
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