but what i need is the combination of two templates 1. SCROLLING ALERT and 2. DESKTOP TICKER. i know that its all about just copy and paste the javacripts given inside the templates.
what i need is the
1. DESKTOP TICKER with the features of SCROLLING ALERT that is whenever xml file is updated it automatically refreshes the contents and display the scrolling text (plz try to do this practically by downloading miofactory v3.26 from www.mioplanet.com).
2. also i get error message MESSAGE FROM WEBPAGE(a dialog box appears and displays information of xml file but it is not so in SCROLLING ALERT).
I think you are looking for something like Server Push technology.
In case of Normal Http Request - Response, it is not possible simply. Rather I think you need to expose this feature through an HTTPHandler. You ping the handler using AJAX to get new response. Whenever new alert received, just place a floating div and write the content.
You can also adjust the scroll position, so that the Alert also scrolls down as you scroll the page.
but sir i want u 2 please use the miofactory once and then u will know that we dont need to know a much knowledge of programming.
all coding is done inside the engine itself. we just have to arrange according to our need.
i think if i will talk 2 u on phone then may b i will xplain u my problem in a better way. please mail me ur contact no. at -
I work in a call centre and was requested to make a web based schedule for agents working for the current day. This schedule can be edited by multiple managers at the same time. I want to know if there is a way for me to make it so once a manager makes a change it is updated on all the other managers computers. If there is a way then what technology combination should/could I use to accomplish this.
I am a software developer and took this project on as I don't have any real experience with web development other than making simple dynamic websites. So any help would be appreciated.
The schedule is shared by multiple users, so basically, everyone should see the same schedule at the same time. I basically want any change in one to notify all the other logged in users and update their schedule in real time. I was thinking of also having it show which agent is being edited by a different user, but that's after I get the main part working.
I was looking around the web and I think SOAP is required and I would need to create a web service to interact with that... Is that right? is that the only way? or do I have other options?
I am inserting a custom SOAPheader to a web service call in a client application using the example described here by Jim Roth: SOAP Header Extensions How-To[^]
It works to the point where I can see the correct results come back all the way through the AfterDeserialize event. The problem is that the result gets set to null at the place where the call was made. For example:
var lvReceiptURL = new ReceiptURL();
lvReceiptURL = lveRETRService.getReceiptURLByReceipt(lvReceiptURLRequest);
lvReceiptURL gets set to Null even though I can clearly see in the SOAPExtension ProcessMessage that it did indeed return.
I m desinging webbot which Logins on faceBook site select Friends List and Have to delete contacts
I m having problem while delete List cause DeleteList is not a button in webpage and i dont know how to access and capture its even using webbrowser control plz help
I am really stuck while embedding windows media player to my web page?
actually this is creating a lot of problem for me it is hiding my drop down menu. I am not able to get rid of this i have tried using windowlessvideo but it is not working in firefox. Any help will be appreciated
Please help if any one can help, as, it is very critical.
please provide link for some dynamic drop down which don't hide behind media player. it works fine for flash but not for media player in firefox.
Thanks in advance.
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We've gone through the pain of integrating and heavily modifying CKEditor to replace our aging HTMLArea editor and in the end it's awful. The cursor disappears, the icons look fuzzy and horrible, the resizable window is incredibly flaky and it's a backwards step.
Can anyone recommend a browser-based WYSIWYG editor that works in all major browsers, and is flexible enough so it can be easily customised?
There was a few editors a while back, but only one turns up right now and it's quite buggy in IE7...still the markup is so trivial anyone can write in it within minutes and it's converted to HTML on the fly, so you don't have to worry about XSS exploits sneaking in.
p.s-All web based WYSIWYG editors are crazy buggy, they all hack the hell out of the IWebBrowser2 component and each browser needs work arounds. Have you tried running in FireFox? Typically that browser fares best when it comes to working in WYSIWYG editors.