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  1. In the following script, I need to store values of desSet from repeated form submits, but they're getting over-written on every form submit, because localStorage section is nested in onclick section. Problem is I don't know how to access desSet values without being in the onclick function (because the click needs to happen to generate the value). How to keep every desSet value from form submits in localStorage? Also, the "description" element that desSet is in gets cleared on page refresh. How to keep that on the page? Thanks in advance for help. document.getElementById('btn').onclick = function() { ..................etc.............. function localS(){ var valDes = document.getElementById('idDes').value; localStorage.setItem("desSet", valDes); var desP = document.createElement("p"); var desNode = document.createTextNode(valDes); desP.appendChild(desNode); desP.value = localStorage.getItem("desSet"); document.getElementById("description").appendChild(desP); } localS(); }; // close onclick function
  2. Hi All,I'm a bit confused as to how it all works - - sometimes I set the local localStorage like:localStorage.setItem("First", "Bob");localStorage.setItem("Last", "Smith");then read on another page like:<span id="First"></span> <span id="Last"></span><script>document.getElementById('First').innerHTML = localStorage.getItem("First");document.getElementById('Last').innerHTML = localStorage.getItem("Last");</script>sometimes it shows fine and sometimes on other pages some fields are blankand other page may show error like:Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property 'innerHTML' of nullQ: What am I doing wrong - why was there sometimes errors?- if I use = document.getElementById('Last') - but fail to have the correct span id="xxxx" - does that cause the errors?- What is the criteria for getting this to always have fields show up?
  3. Hello, MyProject I am having a hard time making the form inputs align with the localstorage table. The forms will have to fit in between the ID and ACTIONS columns and align with where the data is being inputted. I also am having a hard time setting the widths for the table columns. Adjusting the padding is not a problem, but setting a set width is a problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, is there any way to change the local storage ID something like GW-"DATE"-"TIME" rather than numerically going up 1-2-3-4-5-etc.? Thank you, I SIDEARM I
  4. HTML5 localStorage

    I have a message bar that I made, but am not the best with scripting, so not sure how to handle the local storage Here is what I have so far http://jsfiddle.net/nDtWM/16/ I believe I have it rigged so it is persistent until the user clears the cache, but am not sure. Also, it does not work so I cannot know Any advice is appreciated.
  5. JSON trouble

    I'm working on a project that involves fetching a JSON file from Github. I make an AJAX GET request to that page and store the responseText data in localStorage. Later, I need to retrieve the stringified JSON object from localStorage, parse it, and scan it. My trouble right now is the parsing, though. Whenever I use JSON.parse, I get some sort of error...unexpected this, unescaped that. I just can't successfully parse the JSON object. What do I need to know about the JSON syntax so that I can write a parseable JSON file? I don't want my project continually messing up because of these parsing issues.
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