I have to transfer my client from one website to another website. This happens in client side. In this 2nd website, its using windows basic authentication system. So It popups the login window. I need to omit this Popup window and authenticate my cli...
I am looking to implement something that appears to have "shopping cart" functionality, but is completely on the client-side.  I can do this using jQuery and cookies (and I event found this Smart Cart 2 plugin for helping with a large part of...
I log into django admin. When I open firebug JS console and try to print cookies with document.cookie I only get csrftoken cookie. But when I open Firefox preferences > Privacy > Delete cookie... then I can see sessionid cookie.  How to get tha...
I'm currently developing a e-commerce site which is going to have around 500 items. I need the site to be supported by IE8+, Firefox, chrome.  The users of the site should be able to add the items to the cart even without login. once they login...
If I have multiple <script> tags pointing to the same Javascript resource, does the browser run once for each <script> tag? Or does the browser de-duplicate?  What happens in this case?  <script src="example.js"></script&...
From time to time, I find myself writing server code that produces JavaScript code as the output result.  I can point out why it is really bad:   Inextricable tie between server code and client code. Can render client code un-reusable.   But sometime...
Possible Duplicate:   Need the clientId of a textbox inside a content control using javascript       I have a script that needs to access a TextBox, but ASP.NET generates some crazy names: ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$txtEmpFirstN...
I'm using lunr.js to run a client-side-powered search on a static website. As the content grows, it takes longer for lunr.js to index all of the pages. This is fine, but I'd like to have an animated loading bar so that people know the page is...
I once saw a text about Jquery stating that in Jquery some properties have different names. I think it was the value property that is accessed in Jquery as val or something like that. Does JQuery do this a lot? Is a common practice of Jquery to chang...

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