I have the following code that's allowing me to switch between desktop and mobile versions of my website,  <script type="text/javascript"> if( /Android|webOS|iPhone|iPad|iPod|BlackBerry|IEMobile|Opera  Mini/i.test(navigator.userAgen...
As an example, I have the following html:  <body>   <script src="code.js?q=xyz"></script> </body>   I want to be able to read the q=xyz query parameter from within code.js. I tried:  console.log(window.location.href)...
I used a solution given by "Chrules" found in this discussion:buttons with no href, onclick etc  like this :  <button id="clickable" >Click Me!!</button>  ...... $("#clickable").click(function(){  // Send user to t...
I currently have this code to check the website URL GET options for a specific ID, but whenever this code is run, I get a weird error: Uncaught TypeError: Undefined is not a function  Here is my code:  <script language="JavaScript">...
I'm using location.href to get the full URL exists in browser address bar. To provide more detail, it's important to note that our service has a js file that will be included in our customers sites. So this JS file will generate the full URL...
I'm using JavaScript redirects after ajax call (after update content). I've tried below methods, all are very slow. In Network tab it shows waiting time is around 4.44 to 5 seconds. (Which is very frustrating for customers :( )  window.locati...
I'm trying to make a text input field where visitors can enter a value and then hit go or submit.  Based on the digit number they would be send to a new page.  For example if they enter 123 and hit submit it would send them to http://www.example....
I just came across some odd behavior in Firefox 3.6/Mac. I suspect that it's general Firefox behavior, though.  I created two dead-simple test pages that change the window.location.href property to navigate to new URL:   http://troy.onespot.com/s...
I have a webpage - http://www.example.com/ - where I have a button. On click of the button I need to go to a particular link (www.google.com). The button is like :  <input type="button"        onclick="javascript:location.href='www...

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