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  1. At Ingolme's suggestion, I've switched from simpleXML to DOMXML for this because I need to be able to replace a node. I've done my best to follow PHP.com examples, and everything seems to work up until the point of the actual replacement. I hope you can spot what's keeping it from working. The vars found in the heredoc are assigned earlier from the customer input form. if $found is positive, it contains a cId (customer ID) that exists in the DB and should be updated with any new info (code shown). If negative, it's abs() is the cId for a new node to be added (code omitted here). In $xm
  2. According to the "Node Types" table on this W3Schools page, only the Document Node has a limit to the number of child Nodes (other than None!) of any one type: The implication is that there can be any number of any other (listed) Child node in a Parent Node. For many Nodes, that's a natural state: An Element Node can have many other Child Element Nodes to define the complete Tree. For some Nodes, it's a little less natural: For example, one might think that a Comment Node is commenting on its Parent Node. Nope! A Comment Node is merely a child of its Parent, and is
  3. I'm just starting to use cookies for personalizing my website and I need a little clarification about the DOM. When a cookie is sent along with the request for a website, does it become available to the whole site (like every page you might load) or just to a specific page included in your website. I am planning on using the setcookie, getcookie and checkcookie functions from w3 - can I put them in any page of the website or do I have to use them from the initial page of my site? Any guidance would be appreciated.
  4. I copied and pasted a file from the w3 tutorial XML/AJAX application but changed just a couple of spots so it could read my own XML data file. It doesn't work - what am I missing, please. When I open the console in either google or IE it says xmlDoc is null or undefined - somehow I'm not 'reading' the file or something? can anybody explain it more. I've read over the toturials a couple of times and I think it should be working. I have also cleaned out the cach in the browser by hitting cntrl F5, which I learned from someone along the way. <!DOCTYPE html> <html>
  5. Hi, im a little bit struggling here. What I am trying to do is read the content from a Table by reading the number of rows and cells,(later on only selected rows by checkbox) then display the data in a ´generated Table (where i have to add cells with inputfields) So now my question is: How do i have to write the code so the first row will be created with <th> instead of <td> ? How to add input fields to the cells ? (actually they all could be input fields, just filled out with the data from the table i read from and blank fields for the added or so on.) function generate
  6. Hello, I found a function called fnGetSibling on https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms533043(v=vs.85).aspx#navigate and I was hoping to understand what it does return and why. var oPrevious = fnGetSibling(); function fnGetSibling(){ var oParent=oNode.parentElement; var iLength=oParent.children.length; for(var i=0;i < iLength;i++){ if(oParent.children[i]==oNode){ return oParent.children[i - 1]; break; } } } I have three possible options: 1. Finds and returns a reference to all childs of a node of DOM Tree. 2. Finds and returns a ref
  7. Hello and thank you all for bringing me into this forum. I would want to make a website about video games with news, articles, login system, etc., and I'm learning to make it with W3Schools. My issue is with the XML DOM. I tried to use JavaScript to add XML data (in the form of a news list) to my HTML page, so I used the following JavaScript code: var xhttp = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhttp.onreadystatechange = function() { if (xhttp.readyState == 4 && xhttp.status == 200) { newsDisplay(xhttp); } }; xhttp.open("GET", "news.xml", true); xhttp.send(); function newsDisplay(xml
  8. Hello all, I have an SPA with a UI element akin to a directory tree (the grey column on the left) which allows the users to navigate the site's main content: The base of the code is implemented in the following HTML/CSS: <ul id="nav"> <li class="i"> <a href="Services">Services</a> <ul class="d"> <li> <a href="Services/Certificates">Certificates</a> </li> <li class="i"> <a href="Services/Responsabilities">Responsabilities</a> <ul class="d"> <li> <a href="Services/Res
  9. Hello internet, There is a webpage I would like to start building but I need to be able to pull data from other webpages. The information is public info so it’s nothing sketchy but I don’t know where to start. I began with just doing google searches but it appears it is more involved than I originally thought. If you have any recommendations on tutorials or Forum discussions I would be grateful. Thanks.
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