I have a small calculator that I'm adding to my html. It has a few dropdowns to select stuff and when a person hits a submit button, I'd like to display a picture below the calculator in my html. I've tried using a javascript function wit...
Is it possible to print / display a JavaScript variable's name? For example:  var foo=5; var bar=6; var foobar=foo+bar;  document.write(foo+ "<br>"); document.write(bar+ "<br>"); document.write(foobar + "<br>...
load jQuery from source  What I like to do is to drop my local jquery.js and have it hosted somewhere else. But what if Google is down? So let's code a fallback that uses another source if jQuery is "still" not loaded...  I made this test...
I am writing a script that needs to add DOM elements to the page, at the place where the script is located (widget-like approach). What is the best way to do this?  Here are the techniques I am considering:   Include an element with an id="Locato...
I'm new to this so please bear with me. I am trying to write a chrome extension that does the following:   Detect www.website.com/anypage.html. If this website is detected, then do the following. Don't load the URL.  Instead, write a blank do...
I am using Flask and pass variables (image_name) to javascript to get dynamic web content. I use those variables within document.write() to display a image file. Depending on the variable image_name the required .jpg file should be loaded.  This is m...
This is all I've got going, but my debugger says 'document.write can be a form of eval,' and my jsonString variable prints as undefined. Any help is appreciated, thanks.   function getUrlVars() {         var map = {};         var parts =...
I need for an university exercise to display onscreen with a document.write the tree below using a kind of loop:    I used at the beginning a for loop but i printed only the first row... someone can help me?  This is what I tried:  var numbers = [0,...
Is it the same if you load javascript to the page like this:  <script src="http://domain.net/script.js" type="text/javascript"></script>   and like this  <script type="text/javascript">   document.write("...
I have just learned (no thanks to IE) that I cannot use document.write scripts in XHTML. However, it seems there is a way around it by using the DOM to add elements. I don't know. It's foreign to me.  Here's the JS:  copyright=new Date();...

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