sorry if this was discussed before. but i have to ask this question again.
here is my code. im getting an error document.getElementById("player").controls is undefined
var forcepage = false;
var forcepagediv = '';
var divwatch, divsynopsis, divreview, divrating, divemail,divrating2, divppv;
var imgwatch, imgsynopsis, imgreview, imgrating, imgemail, imgppv;
divwatch = document.all['divwatch'];
divsynopsis = document.all['divsynopsis'];
divreview = document.all['divreview'];
divrating = document.all['divrating'];
divemail = document.all['divemail'];
divrating2 = document.all['divrating2'];
divppv = document.all['divppv'];
Well the only thing I can suggest is using a different player. Personally I found that having to download another plugin puts off many users. So I started using flash (it's already on 95% of computers or something). Plus flash allows you to edit the player to fit in better with the site.
There are other options however. But you will need to research them. Silverlight for example is now on many machines.
Am using accordion with panes inside it, i want to alert the user to get confirmation form him that he is sure that he wants to change pane and then i should validate things and inform the user of the of the changes. But I could not know how to do that since there is no OnSelectedIndexChange Event. I searched a lot but i did not understand the proposed solution could any body tell how this could be solved. I would like to know also how to use it in JS.
Well This Might Work on JS and i will check it now but how about server events. There is something written on js let me post the code and you can check it and please if you understood it tell me
function pageLoad(sender, args)
var accordEx1 = $find('MyAccordion_AccordionExtender');
function onSelectedIndexChanged(sender, args)
var behavior = $find('MyAccordion_AccordionExtender');
var i = behavior.get_SelectedIndex();
var control_clientId='<%= GetControlClientID() %>';
if(control_clientId != "null")
var text= $get(control_clientId);
text.value="i am "+i;
sure some of the code is related to the writers project but in general is this related to a solution for what am searching for???
I've been looking off and on for a few days now, and have several solutions none of which work in IE. I would love to be able to make a single item's text italic. I can change its fore color, bg color. and i can make it do just about anything in firefox.
yes i'm sure that item 1 exists, I've tried every different way of turning italics on that i can find, but IE just wont render it. FireFox 3.5 will work with either of the above. any help would be appreciated. I havent done anything special in the HTML, just gave it an ID and set runat=server. And i manually add each item in the code behind.
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