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<HR>
<BR><font color="green" size="5">Part 7a </font>
<BR>10 marks<BR>
<BR>Select a file and its location on the screen then press the open
window button.
<br>YOU WILL NEED TO CREATE THOSE FILES
<br>(the file names on the buttons below indicate what the files initial
background colours should be)
<BR>The file should open in a window that is 200 by 200 with no tools.
<BR>Once open the user can then
<UL>
<LI>close the window using the same button they used to open it (the
label
should then say close window)
<LI>change the background colour of that page.
</UL>NOTE: While open the small window should ALWAYS stay on top of the
big window
<br>
<BR><font color="green" size="5">Part 7b </font>
<br>5 marks
<ul>
<LI>enter text in the input box and press a button to display it in a
text box in the page being displayed in the new window
<LI>enter text in the input box of the page in the new window and
press a button(on that page) to display text the window status bar of
this big window
</ul>
<BR>

Missed this part

Thank you for your help.

David

Jul 20 '05 #1
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David hu kiteb:

[snip html]


Nice html, but the javascript bit seems to be missing. What are you
trying to do?
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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I can't seem to write the code to make the buttons work.

Thank you.

David

Part 7a
Select a file and its location on the screen then press the open window
button.
YOU WILL NEED TO CREATE THOSE FILES
(the file names on the buttons below indicate what the files initial
background colours should be)
The file should open in a window that is 200 by 200 with no tools.
Once open the user can then
close the window using the same button they used to open it (the label
should then say close window)
change the background colour of that page.
NOTE: While open the small window should ALWAYS stay on top of the big
window

Part 7b

enter text in the input box and press a button to display it in a text
box in the page being displayed in the new window
enter text in the input box of the page in the new window and press a
button(on that page) to display text the window status bar of this big
window
Fabian wrote:
David hu kiteb:
[snip html]

Nice html, but the javascript bit seems to be missing. What are you
trying to do?


Jul 20 '05 #3

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David hu kiteb:

[snip html]


Nice html, but the javascript bit seems to be missing. What are you
trying to do?


Homework. :)
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Jul 20 '05 #4

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Can someone please tell me how do I pass parameters on a onClick event
to pick a file and location (being top left) at the same time.

Could someone please help

Thank you.

David

Fabian wrote:
David hu kiteb:
[snip html]

Nice html, but the javascript bit seems to be missing. What are you
trying to do?


Jul 20 '05 #5

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David hu kiteb:
Can someone please tell me how do I pass parameters on a onClick event
to pick a file and location (being top left) at the same time.

Could someone please help


onclick="function_name('paramreter1','parameter2') ")

Make your parameters something approprite, perhaps the file name and the
location name, and then write a function that will parse them in the way
you want.

Be sure to give me the certificate when you pass ;) You ain't earning
it.

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Fabian
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Jul 20 '05 #6

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Thank you for taking the time - I will work with information.

David
Fabian wrote:
David hu kiteb:

Can someone please tell me how do I pass parameters on a onClick event
to pick a file and location (being top left) at the same time.

Could someone please help

onclick="function_name('paramreter1','parameter2') ")

Make your parameters something approprite, perhaps the file name and the
location name, and then write a function that will parse them in the way
you want.

Be sure to give me the certificate when you pass ;) You ain't earning
it.


Jul 20 '05 #7

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