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  1. It seemed to be a syntax error just as I tought, the link to the PHP file had to start from the root up and most important of all, I did have to use the right ' or "... OK Shame on me, but I did look over it, so I hope will not struggle that long again over something silly like that... Justsomeguy thx for your help. Grtz Trace7r.
  2. This is a module in a Joomla website and the echo is shown in de position where the module is running in. I do know the "inspect element" screen if you right click on a website, but I don't know all the functionality, I did use firefox because it has a nice debug tool, but firefox doesn't work anymore on my PC. I usualy check my work in the browsers I installed (Chrome "standard", IE, Opera, Safari, Firefox (not anymore)). Did a new install of FF but still crashes, I have to admit that I didn't google for a solution yet on the FF problem but that's off-topic here :-) Strange thing is
  3. Ok i'm totaly new here, I play with some code when I have time for it... But I'm a little confused, it seems that the new ajax way is coded as $.ajax but that I don't understand yet, Because i'm adjusting some existing code I have to go from one php file to another over js the old way... So I have a php file where I echo a div with an input as type="text" and id="txtnameposition", in the same div I have a button who is calling the function closeandmail in the JS file. In the JS file I get de input of the textbox as: var jsName = document.getElementById("txtnameposition").value;
  4. pro-gramming or something like that

  5. Sorry, my mistake, i have to be validated

  6. why can I not create any topic?

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