How can I change the src attribute of an img tag using javascript?  <img src="../template/edit.png" name=edit-save/>   at first I have a default src which is "../template/edit.png" and I wanted to change it with "../templa...
It works if the html file is local (on my C drive), but not if the html file is on a server and the image file is local. Why is that?  Any possible workarounds?...
I'm trying to do something like a C #include "filename.c", or PHP include(dirname(__FILE__)."filename.php") but in javascript. I know I can do this if I can get the URL a js file was loaded from (e.g. the URL given in the src at...
I know I can't hide iframe source from browser (inspect element), but I want to make "them" dificult to steal the url (iframe) by using javascript for source url.  If I have:  <iframe width="420" height="315" src="/...
I have an image byte code base64 encoded which i am trying to set the  tag's src attribute in the javascript/ajax.  I don't want to directly set it as i am getting this byte code from reading the response back from a servlet and taking the by...
I have a menu that is animated to slide across the page when triggered by clicking on an image of an arrow. I'd like to switch the arrow to a different image source once the menu's animation has completed, and then return back to the original...
I want to assign content of the src tag of image to a variable on clicking on the image through JS: Eg-  HTML  <div id="img"> <img src="image1.jpg"> <img src="image2.jpg"> </div> <span id="source...
The html structure I have is something like:  <ul id="something">   <li>     <a href="">       <img src="http://domain.com/directory/file1-128x79.jpg">     </a>   </li>   <li>     <...
I have a question.  Firstly, I am not going to pretend that I know what I am talking about here. I am a newbie to http and JavaScript.  I think my question may be answered in this post IMG SRC tags and JavaScript but I thought I would explain the exa...
If the img below is present  <img id="youtubeimg" src="http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/VK4ah66jBvE/0.jpg"/>   and the script is  <script> var youtubeimgsrc = "something here"  document.write(''+youtubeimgsrc+'&#...

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