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Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Endar WS 
 
 Article Title :: Password protected document : Protect your web page with specific password for each member.
 
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Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Endar WS 
 
 Article Title :: Building HTML codes automatically, just copy&paste your content
 
function seo(tit, src, alt, vlink1, link1, h1, p1) { text = ' '+tit+' '; text += ''; text += ''+link1; text += ''; text += ''+h1+''; text += ' '+p1+' '; text += ' '; setTimeout('een(text)'); } function een(tit, src, alt, vlink1, link1, h1, p1) { newWindow = window.open('','newwin','width=780,height=400,top=118  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Timur Abdrakhmanov - http://timurkz.buildtolearn.net 
 
 Article Title :: Javascript Password Protection
 
The protection of web pages using a password comes up earlier or later while developing your site. The most secure way is to implement PHP, ASP or other advanced web programming languages. In this tutorial you will find out how to protect pages using Javascript, because you may need to have a very simple protection, or your current hosting may not support PHP. The first example we are going to discuss is the prompt() function. The function calls a small box to appear, and unless you enter correct password, you will not be able to view the page. The advantage is that you can't view the source code to find out the password without turning Javascript  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Riaan Pieterse 
 
 Article Title :: How to test for the Javascript DOM?
 
Browsing the forums, development articles and other resource sites raised an interesting yet recurring question: "How do I test for the Document Object Model (DOM) employed by a browser?". Strangely enough I was asking the same question when starting out in Javascript. However, after enough time has passed, with the same thing done more than once, I started to realise that this is a question that begs answering for once and for all. A Typical Test Testing for the DOM in itself is easy enough. A recommended approach is testing for the support of a DOM, and not for a browser version. The following describes Boolean variables that indicates the compl  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: David Morse 
 
 Article Title :: Validating Numerical Input with JavaScript
 
What? Make a mistake entering data? Who me? NO WAY! Right… Every form of data input by a user should be validated in some form or fashion. If you get clean data in, you won’t get garbage out. This tutorial is going to explain how to validate numerical data entered into a form using JavaScript. First, let us begin with the code to insert the JavaScript into your HTML document. Place these lines between the and tags. This line tells the web browser to expect some JavaScript code and signal the beginning of the script: Next let us hide the code from web browsers that are not capable of reading the script with this line:   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Michel Komarov 
 
 Article Title :: Instant plug-in scripts that help you profit... "Special offer expiry date with a twist"
 
How would you like to add an irresistible sense of urgency to any of your online offers... instantly? I thought so! What I've go for you here is the perfect answer in the form of a special piece of JavaScript you can just copy and paste into your sa'les page. So what does it do exactly? It creates an active deadline date counting down the days until your offer expires. So where's the twist? What's extra special about this unique code is as soon as the offer is over the HTML code you placed inside this script will no longer be seen on your website. For example inside the HTML code could be an order button giving your visitors the chance to order at a discount. As soon as the special   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Lisa Spurlin 
 
 Article Title :: Javascript Basics 01
 
JavaScript adds simple or sophisticated interactivity to a Web site, enhancing the user's experience. Like any programming language, you need to understand the building blocks before you can start programming. Start at the Beginning Browsers know to interpret Web pages as HTML because of the tags. Since JavaScript is contained inside an HTML document, it needs to be set apart with the tags. TITLE< itle> Don't forget that last tag! Abrowser will try and interpret the whole HTML page as JavaScr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: William J. Tolson 
 
 Article Title :: Javascript; Browser Detection and Page Redirection
 
A recent project was developed using Internet Explorer 5.5 as the browser of choice. Aware of browser incompatibilities, viewing the web page using three other commonly used browsers, Internet Explorer 4.0, Netscape Navigator 6.1, and Netscape Navigator 4.7 revealed some 'distortions'. This was mainly due to whether or not a particular browser could interpret style sheets, and if so how the style sheets were interpreted. It was apparent that the page code either needed to be downgraded to the 'lowest common denominator' or alternative versions of the web page were needed for Netscape 6.1, Netscape 4.7, and Internet Explorer 4.0. Therefore, a version optimized for Netscape 6.1 was created,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Bill Daugherty 
 
 Article Title :: Ask Mr. D - JavaScript
 
Dear Mr. D, I have noticed several websites that have a sale's message that scrolls across their title bar. Another site I visited had a sale's message scrolling across the status bar. These messages really caught my eye. I figure if they are eye catching then they must be great sales tools. I want to install something like that on my site, but I can't find out how to do it. I have several books on HTML, but none of them cover anything that that. Do you know how it's done. Please keep it simple. I don't have much experience in web design. Thanks in advance for your help. Signed, Sandra ____________________ Dear Sandra, The scrolling marquee type messages are are produced by JavaSc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Javascript Articles Author :: Vishal Rao 
 
 Article Title :: Grow Your Subscribers Exponentially With These Javascript E-mail Capture Boxes!
 
Here's an exciting pop-up tactic that can literally boost the no. of opt-ins from your existing traffic. In fact the first one to use this tactic is by the very successful list management/autoresponder tool - OptinLightning. I love my list management tool - Aweber, and wanted to use a similar E-mail Capture box like OptinLightning to go with it. To see exactly how this E-mail Capture box works, just visit: http://www.raovishal.com/milliondollar Now this might be annoying to quite a few but when highly successful marketers like Terry Dean have claimed that their subscribers have increased by almost 25% from using this E-mail Capture boxes at his web site, this tactic is worth giving a try  (read full article)
 
 
 
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