Category Archives: JavaScript

JavaScript Decision Tree tool

My goal has been to make a JavaScript Decision Tree tool as a new content module for our next site redesign. It needs to work such that the same piece of JavaScript can be utilised without modification for any decision … Continue reading

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Charts and graphs and stuff

It’s funny how things come in droves. A good friend of mine has, over the years, written a few applications that require graphing. He has written them as VB applications and when I’ve suggested he make them as web-apps, one … Continue reading

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IE: How to properly destroy your ‘select’ elements with innerHTML!

I know that some people, myself included, say that you’re not supposed to use innerHTML. And yet for expediency’s sake, I find myself using innerHTML. Problem I’ve got an AJAX request to a JSP page which in turn performs an … Continue reading

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How I discovered ‘cloneNode’

So I was trying to copy all the <option></option> elements from one <select></select> element to another. I had a drop-down list of countries, and I wanted users to be able to select more than one country, so had a ‘Add … Continue reading

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JS vs. IE; round two.

So I learned (the hard way) that IE doesn’t like it when you create JS variables with the same name as the id of an element in the code. Thanks, Stuart.

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Irksome: Internet Explorer vs. JavaScript

So I’m coding a form and I want the user to be able to add more rows to it, if they wish. So when the user activates a control, I use JS to create some ‘input’ elements (including some radio … Continue reading

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