I'm working on a javascript front end site to run in the browser [Chrome], and I'd like to launch Word on the clients PC with their selected macros that have already been setup in Word for them on their pc.  My questions is does Office [and W...
I'm currently working with WebSockets and a PHP server: it works very well with Google Chrome and Opera, but not with Firefox 6.  I think it's due to the protocol version this last uses: I see somewhere that it uses the seventh version, where...
I want to remove the option for the "other" dialog in ckeditor (links -> protocol).  It's confusing for the user; they don't specify a protocol, then the link looks for a file on my server (instead of an external link, confusing th...
I am trying to use an <iframe> include of a google map, however the console is throwing several errors due to a mismatch, but there is no apparent mismatch, so I'm assuming it must be a function/process on the  side of google maps.  Specifi...
I currently have a url that looks like this: protocol://folder/file.js  I can open this same file from my local disk using a url like file://C:\folder\file.js  When the application is run inside its own provided environment, this protocol is availabl...
Can Javascript be used to connect with a server with a protocol other than HTTP or FILE?  Ideally, I would like to connect to an SMTP server using Javascript....
So I'm trying to build a Discord bot. These types of threads tend to get downvoted a lot on stackoverflow, so I'm hoping this doesn't happen to me.  This particular feature is acting as a temporary solution to my dashboard problem. Due to...
im getting an error "ns_error_unknown_protocol" when i run this code in firefox.whats the problem with my code?i run this in google chrome,but it runs without any problem.it doesnt display any error messages?please help me out.  my javascript...
"navigator.msLaunchUri" in IE Edge always return success  ,  "noHandlerCallback" is not executed  I tried this :  navigator.msLaunchUri('App:123456', function() { alert('success'); }, function()  { alert('failed...
This question seems to suggest that Ajax requests are not guaranteed to return in their sent order. However, Ajax uses the TCP protocol, which seems to guarantee that the packets will return in their sent order:     Ordered data transfer — the dest...

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