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  1. Happy holidays to everyone, and happy coding!
  2. Happy holidays! Just a quick note to ask that w3schools continue to add the 'try it yourself' option to each tutorial - not just the 'play it' option I've seen popping up around the site. The 'play it' option isn't as helpful because we can't edit the code & experiment, which is an important part of learning. I don't have the page handy, right now, but I found one tutorial within the CSS group that offered only the 'play it' option. I simply hope this isn't a sign of where w3schools is going in the future. I recently found that sitepoint.com has some awesome editable exercises under the "Play" tab in each tutorial, but I've liked w3schools for years. Thank you!
  3. Can I just change _self to something else, like _blank or something? I'm not very familiar with script writing.Thank you much.
  4. Hi, all. I'm new to web dev, as you'll be able to tell.I have posted a small script from Accuweather.com to a test web page HERE. When a visitor clicks on the weather map or any graphical part of the weather window, the user leaves my site and goes to Accuweather.com. Does anyone know what code I can add in order to force the click to open in a new window?I'm not familiar with scripts at all. I very much appreciate your help on this. Cheers!
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    .GIF's in Firefox

    Thanks for checking. At first, the animation wasn't loading for me. I noticed that now, though, the animation will load the first time you see that web page per web visit. With Firefox, I need to close the browser and then re-visit the site in order to see the animation. With IE, the animation loads every time I refresh the web page.Either way is fine. I can live with it. <edit> It's the "Safety" banner that I've been testing on the "Safety" web page.
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    .GIF's in Firefox

    Hi, folks. :)I'm putting together a web site for my brother. I added an animated .gif (Safety banner) to this page and noticed that the animation only works in IE, not Firefox 2.0.0.1 (version 2). For a minute, I thought that Mozilla disabled animated .GIF's in their web browser. Then, I realized that I am able to see the animated .gif at the top of the Web page in both IE and Firefox. So, I'm completely unsure why one .gif works and another .gif doesn't. I didn't find anything in the settings that would allow me to change how Firefox is handling the animated .GIF.Does anything obvious stick out to anyone?Thanks for your input!
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    Button link

    Wonderful! Thank you, zanfranceschi. :)Where'd you learn that? hehe
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    Button link

    Okay, quick question...how do we change this code so that the link opens up in a new browser?<input type=button value="submit" onclick="java script:window.location.href='http://www.google.com';" />Thank you much!
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    Button link

    Hi, guys. :)When I tested pulpfiction's button, (http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=4987&hl=buttons), my web browser blocked the action until I allowed it. I'm just wondering if there is ANY other way to link a button to a web page w/out concerning the web site visitor about blocked actions.[edit]Nevermind...the web browser had to be set simply because I recently reformatted my system. Thank you for this helpful forum.TBolt
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