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  1. OK I seem to have 'solved' this. Windows 7 appears to have improved user authentication, so this line <authentication mode="Windows" /> which was referenced in the warning caused the f00k-up. I removed it.
  2. I'm learning ASP.net from a book, and I must say it's quite enjoyable and straightforward. Less of a hassle than PHP from what I've experienced.However I'm in day three of learning, and every next day I can't seem to run a previous project. Though I can start a new project and that'll run no problem.The software I'm using is Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2008 Express edition on Windows 7 build 7100. The warning I get is this one:X:\docs\project folder\project\chapter0203.aspx: ASP.NET runtime error: It is an error to use a section registered as allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond ap
  3. hmm... intended to store it as a set of files on the fileserver, but now it appears like I need to promote my machine to webserver and host it from there.The net - it's an option, but password protection will not enhance accesibility.The intranet - perhaps. Need to confirm it with IT and that involves the 'ok' from a bunch of other guys before I can even make a proof of concept.Still going with XML due to portability.
  4. Haha that sucksMust be for security reasons. How about PHP?
  5. I don't believe that. Doesn't XML have it's own DOM? From the W3Schools tutorial: Definitely. But that would imply dynamic communication between the browser and a server script and database. Any browsersided interface improvement is considered AJAX these days... such a shame.
  6. Hi, I want to build a CMS with XML as the database and ECMAscript (JS) as script language. In fact, what I want is use XSL and make an 'interactive layer' provided by Javascript.It doesn't seem to make sense, but please bare with me. I want to build a userfriendly intranet application without using a database such as MySQL or Oracle. We're talking 500 records max so an XML file will do just fine. It will be a listing of records, with one fixed background for each record and a style language to get all records in their required position. It will only have to work for IE but an easy milti-browse
  7. Sounds like a plan, but can't I let Javascript fetch the post info instead? Can it be used again by my PHP script?My javascript is in an external .js script.
  8. Hi folks, I'm facing a bit of a snag here.I'm making a CMS manpage to alter the content for my website. I divided the workload into chunks to keep it all manageable, so far I have template related database info, a news manpage, and a management page to add and alter 'html' pages.Each manpage is a form or a set of forms, which gets loaded into a DIV using the XmlHttpRequest (think 'AJAX'). So I have one index.html, and a menu decides which variable is used to load the related PHP script.I have the function that loads stuff check if a variable already exists, and if not it uses a default value.
  9. EDITMade it work. Just forgot the OR boolean is used like || and not |.Sample code removed.
  10. Here I am looking for the long way around...I thought of creating an array, and have it populate the page using a WHILE loop. But I bashed my head against the wall in stupidity after two lines of code.I used PHP for this one instead, opening the specified DIV, call <?php require_once('script.php') ?> and closed the DIV.It's the easiest way since it's a management page for my new CMS after all.
  11. This may be a stupid n00b question, but how do I call a javascript function without using an event trigger? I'd like to populate some divs with data, both the source data and the target divs defined by a parameter. That means I have to call the function, an XmlHttpRequest, multiple times.I'll search my library for answers, helpful suggestions are welcome in the meantime.
  12. Books called Javascript - the basics will only teach you the basics, how variables work, how to write and use functions, etc.Books like database-driven AJAX will assume you have basic JS knowledge, and will teach you how to use databases in combination with AJAX.Books like Bulletproof AJAX will assume you have basic AJAX knowledge. etc.I'd recommend doing a few online tutorials, but type rather than cut/paste to understand the importance of debugging and learn the most important keywords..Then, when you know what you want to do with it and would like to widen your knowledge, go out and buy a b
  13. So then I'll have to propagate the parameter as a variable, and make index.php look for it. (index.php?serverPage=newspost071017)Then set var serverPage='<?php serverPage ?>'Not even going to ask whether it is possible, I'll simply try. And keep the results to myself. (jk )
  14. Hi. I'd like to create a button on my Ajax site which says 'add this page to your favorites'.It goes down like this: my links are event triggers which passes a parameter to the script. The page passed in the parameter gets loaded.Now the first lines look like this: function loadMainBody(serverPage) { if (!serverPage) { var serverPage = 'dummy.html'; } How do I add something to favs? Can I also store the event trigger and it's parameter?
  15. AJAX is a technology referred to when doing an asynchronous server request, and load that information into a div at client side. AJAX does not require server scripting. It only requires php scripting if you'd want to load information from a database. Everything else can be done using Javascript.Don't get me wrong: executing a XMLHttpRequest on a PHP script and load the result in a DIV has very powerful potential. But you're still using a div as if it were a unique browser window within a page.One thing to keep in mind is that posting a HTML form using PHP requires a Javascript function to dina
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