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BG29

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About BG29

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  • Birthday 02/15/1958

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    French (+++), English (+), Spanish (-)

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    Brest, France
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    geology
  1. That is right ... it works too.I have it working at http://paleopolis.re.../test/test.html I tried it before and it did not work (may be there was a typing mistake on my side) There are 6700 data in the database and when I try to add +20 or search for a higher number it gets stacked ... then using -20 several times depending on the value it works again Is there a way I can display that the serached number is exceeding the number of values recorded? with a if / else? Bruno
  2. "hello"as I said earlier "my" poor code workshttp://paleopolis.rediris.es/cg/test/browse.html all the files are currently stored under http://paleopolis.rediris.es/cg/test/)it is not elegant but I get the result I expectedNOW if you have a better way to get the same result (cleaning the code, rewriting it from the beginning, ...) you are most welcome to let me knowYou have to remember that I made it to get a portable database and parser (I do not want to have to deal with a server-based database)Cheers,BG
  3. Hi again,I tried as you said but I get a white screen! "my" code works http://paleopolis.rediris.es/cg/test/browse.html Thanks for having tried ... Ciao,Bruno
  4. I fixed it! I replaced document.write("<div id='showCD' onclick='displayCDInfo(" + i + ")'></div>"); with document.write("<div id='showCD(" + i + ")' onclick='displayCDInfo(" + i + ")'></div>"); I know it is not elegant but it works. BUT --in any case -- should you have an alternative solution for the same result I would welcome it!... Best wishes,Bruno
  5. Hi,I am not an IT guy (I am a paleontologist =) and my mother-tongue is not English. I have built few small websites: for instance, one for an open access scientific journal, that I am keeping on maintaining and upgrading. For some of them I have had the possibility to use PHP and MySQL (I manage to write .inc and .php files, but obviously it is not me but my IT colleagues at the University who take care of the server issues!). For other sites I can only use HTML (no PHP, no PERL, no ASP, ...). Therefore sometimes I have to manipulate a little javascript and when I combine pieces of code I ge
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