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  1. Hi all,I would really appreciate a review of my maths revision site studymaths.co.uk. It started off as just a tool to help me with my teaching but have really grow fond of working on it so would appreciate a review of how I'm going.To start with, I know a few people have mentioned my use of Comic Sans in a negative way. But what should I change to?Thank you in advance for your advice,Jonny
  2. Thank you so much! It (hopefully) now works perfectly.
  3. Yes, it's not reporting any errors. It just doesn't seem to be writing the data to the text file.The text file just contains a number corresponding to how many sums have been answered. The other browsers manage to increase this by one each time.
  4. Yeah the code seems to execute once in IE and the count decreases by one, but then when you refresh the page the answer goes back up to where it started.The html code looks like this <div style="width: 75%; border: 2px solid black; background-color: #bbbbff"> <div style="background-color: #bbbbff" id="total"></div> <br> <h3 id="check">Type your answer below.</h3> <h2 class="question" id="question"> <input class="answerBoxMedium" id="answer" onkeyup="checkAnswer()"> </h2> </div> The entire javascript l
  5. Hi,I have written a game which seems to work fine in all browsers except Internet Explorer.Basically the game involves people working together to answer one million sums and the count decreases by one for each correct question.The game can be viewed here: Race to one millionThe code where I suspect the error lies is here: function getTotal() { var error = 0; if (init) {init = false; error = 1} if (window.XMLHttpRequest) {// code for IE7+, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari xmlhttp=new XMLHttpRequest(); } else {// code for IE6, IE5 xmlhttp=new ActiveXObject("Mic
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