thescientist

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  1. Why can't you just have different buttons pass the different data? The showModal function would expect certain data, like title, message, etc and use something innerHTML on elements inside the modal to change their values dynamically. There is certainly a way to have multiple buttons re-use the same modal, in fact this is the cornerstone premise of UI libraries like Bootstrap.
  2. if they're both running, then it sounds like WAMP is already using port 80. Only have one or the other running.
  3. what's your question?
  4. What's the rest of the error message?
  5. Check out the w3schools tutorials http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_forms.asp
  6. this seems like a duplicate post of another post you have already made http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=56434#entry310604 please don't duplicate post.
  7. are you looking in your browser's error console? If I visit you website's main page, there are a bunch of 404 errors which means the browser can't find the files you are looking for. Anything could be the reason for that on the server side, since you didn't explain what you changed, but pretty much it means one of these things The files don't exist on the server at all at that path You changed the path in index.html but didn't move the files there You moved the files but didn't change the path in index.html (intentional or not)
  8. If you are on a linux machine, you can probably just use find
  9. interesting. seems like it could be an easy way to introduce newbies to libraries and frameworks without the overhead of something like React or Angular and the ceremony that usually accompanies them. That said, jQuery is pretty modular these days, so not sure what niche this particular lib would fill.
  10. Does it do anything? From what I can see, that file is saved as a .txt file so I wouldn't expect it to work. Are you checking the browser's console for any error messages?
  11. seems like some source code or a link would be helpful here to make the most of this thread
  12. looks like what? what is your question, I'm unclear fo what you're see / asking about.
  13. you should show some code the clearly represents the issue and what the expected vs actual is
  14. I don't think that it would be a bad thing personally, as a lot of popular frameworks like Angular 2 and React are using ES6 and TypeScript in their tutorials and so are a lot of the blogs and guides. That said, there will still be the requirement of needing a transpiler for the time being but, I certainly think there are lots of tutorials and guides around that too, however, at the risk of linking people off site to other tutorials (for Babel, TypeScript, Webpack, Gulp, etc) I could see W3Schools being hesitant in that regard as well. Either way, I firmly encourage any intermediate JS developer to start learning ES6 features now and consider taking the extra time to learn how to transpile that source code down to ES5 compatible JS. New features, like imports have fundamentally helped changes the language (for the better IMO) and I think the resulting source code is better for it too.
  15. It would certainly fall within the realm of server maintaince, of which there is a sub-forum here for that which I would recommend anyone to check out and ask questions there, but as mentioned, the W3Schools tutorials aim to focus concretely on web languages, not necessarily all the ceremony that goes along with that.