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  1. Thank youconfusion seems to be the missing lesson plan.here is a saw, tape measure and some wood, and thats a dog, good luck.
  2. I am with the understanding that a var declared inside of the curly brackets is local.while looking at W3C examples as shown here, the local var "myWindow" seems to be carried over to another function.while there is not a global var myWindow.I do not see that the var "myWindow" has been declared in the function closeWin() Am i delusional.Please slap me up side the head.Or the declaration of "any" var is optional and the person who is doing the examples is not showing a solid scripting style.I would really like to know, is this example showing a undeclared var myWindow in the function closeWin and is that legal to fly.Thank you. <script type="text/javascript">function openWin(){myWindow=window.open("","","width=200,height=100");myWindow.document.write("<p>This is 'myWindow'</p>");}function closeWin(){myWindow.close();}</script>
  3. if you wanted to, you could add a HTML title attribute to the anchor element, beats a lot of coding. title = "An image of" your anchor as you built, with the title attribute added: <a href="java script:warp()" title="an image of"><img src="cardbox.jpg" name="targetimage" border=0></a>
  4. Thank you, Deirdre's Dadyes i do see that this instance as i showed was formed after a constructor function.And the Object Literal was another question i had, while the word literal is used.so each to its own instance.a function or a literal has its own instance.i just had a tooth pulled yesterday and am under the influence of " " and cannot seem to part from learning while i should take some time off.Thanks again.
  5. style of an Object instance ?the W3C tutorial shows a instance of a object like this:personObj=new Object();personObj.firstname="John";personObject.lastname="Doe";and the instruction that i am looking at else where shows placing the values inside of the parentheses, as well as assigning the instance to a varable, while yllow_cat is an existing object, example:var fat_cat = new yllow_cat("hunt", "fish", "sleep");could someone please give some thought in text on the subject at hand, as to what is legal or more marginally correct towards ECMA script.or is this a style thing.thank you
  6. hello its me again.I do, do a lot of re search to make sure i am on the right train.today as i was at http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/html-spec/html-spec_toc.htmland at the table of contents i saw : Hypertext Markup Language - 2.0 September 22, 1995the date is what makes me wonder ? as well as a reference to use a different code construct in sending a form, here it gave a reference of using a URI for a action attribute compared to a file.file suffix. I was looking for other info to verify, but ran across this.If you know that this page with a date of 1995 is reliable please let me know.maybe some one could append 'created' beside the date ?.Thank you
  7. tadpole

    Dear Webmaster

    I did look for a link to report web problems and could not find a link to report web problems.I was at this page http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_form_name.aspand did click the link to see the example and was shown this http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit.asp?fi...yhtml_form_namethis does show an example using javascript.I did begin the journey in, by way of the XHTML tag reference and then went into forms.I do not understand why a javascript script code would be mixed in with a XHTML form reference.Unless someone is needing to promote javascript ?.Thank you for your time in this matter.Have a wonderous December.
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    helloDo you know where i could find a abbreviation reference. example: (dir), could be directionexample: (rel), could be relationshipI did try a word search for abbreviations and the word acronyms in various blended ways and formats.And the search results come back with association to code, abbr and acronym.the are many more words then just (dir) and (rel) and it would be nice to have a reference to the abbreviated and its actual word.thank you.
  9. yes this is good. I am currently brushing up on compliance for people with disabilities like color blind and blind.
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