Same question as here but I need to go to local URL's in Firefox  I tried with code like  var url = "file:///E:/Test/Test.htm"; window.location.href = url;   but id didn't work. Tried to go with window.location = url; and also tried...
There's a few previous questions on StackOverflow questioning how one goes about accessing local variables via the scope chain, like if you wanted to reference a local variables using bracket notation and a string, you'd need something like _...
I am currently reading a book on Javascript by Pragmatic, and I'm confused about one thing. They have a section on how to make variables global, local, or private.   What is the difference between local and private variables? Is there one? How do...
I'm having a problem where the cached object doesn't resemble the correct data so I figured it I can push up the most uptodate version to the browser cache it will solve my problem.   How do you update your localStorage with a new object? So...
I am working on a project that involves hosting a webpage in a iframe, while the hosting parent iframe is in a HTML file on local disk, say on c:\; while the inner hosted iframe is on some server. The two webpages need to do postmessage to each other...
I am trying to make the web worker example from MDN to work when it is not served from a server but opened directly open from my local filesystem (via a via file:// URL)  The example works fine when served from Apache at http://localhost/1/simple-web...
I am working in a simple html application which is expected to run in IE8 and above, Chrome browsers. The html application is launched from a desktop shortcut and it will open in the default browser as shown below,    Note: The path of the html file...
I am looking out for a way to open a .xls file which is in temp directory using javascript in IE and Firefox browser. I tried using the javascript as follows,  function openMe(){     var newwindow=window.open("file:///{path to temp dir}/names.xls...
------------------NOTICE---------------- Sorry guys, made a stupid mistake, I had found this fix already: https://devforums.apple.com/message/32282  Which works, but didn't realise that the target location had changed in the newer versions of Xco...
Is there a way to handle very large files(like 2GB and over) locally in JavaScript without crashing the browser?    *I am aware of the input tag and the FileReader API, but it seems there is nothing like Node.js streams....

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