I know Vbulletin Forum isn't free.http://www.vbulletin.com/[^]
But I know there are some websites that use it without pay any money.
What will happen if somebody use it without pay any money ?
I am trying to create a link having 3 parameters...i need this to continue my gateway intergration.
this is the task i am asked to do...
"need to create a web service that contains the IP of your server and map the fields in the web service on which the values will be redirected once we receive the delivery reports for the sms posted by you on my gateway".
window.onload = rollover;
var images = document.getElementsByTagName("img"); // Get all the images in the documentvar roll = new RegExp("roll");
var preload = ;
var fileLoc = "images/rollovers/";
for ( var i=0; i<images.length;>
if (images[i].id.match(roll)) // Loop through all the images in document and look for match on 'roll'
preload[i] = new Image();
preload[i].src = fileLoc + images[i].id + "_over.gif"; // Preload the _overs into an array.
images[i].onmouseover = function() // Add a mouseover event to image
this.src = fileLoc + this.id + "_over.gif"; // When rolled over, this file now equals the _over imagevar currentButton = this.id; // Grab the id of the current imagevar imageHeader = document.getElementById("current_title"); //Grab all images that are titled 'current_title'var newHeaderImage = new Image();
newHeaderImage.src = fileLoc + currentButton + "_header.gif"; // Create new image and store _Header image inside
newHeaderImage.id = currentButton + "_header"; //New id for new image is file + headerId
imageHeader.src = newHeaderImage.src;
imageHeader.height = newHeaderImage.height; // Assign header image id to currect location
imageHeader.width = newHeaderImage.width;
imageHeader.style.visibility = "visible";
imageHeader.onmouseover = function() // Attach mouse event for header image
var imageText = document.getElementById("button_text");
var newTextImage = new Image();
newTextImage.src = fileLoc + currentButton + "_text.gif";
imageText.src = newTextImage.src;
imageText.height = newTextImage.height;
imageText.width = newTextImage.width;
imageText.style.visibility = "visible";
//images[i].onmouseout = setTimeout(mouseOut(fileLoc, this.id),3000);
/*function mouseOut(fileLoc, curButton)
var titleImg = document.getElementById("current_title");
var imgButton = curButton;
this.src = fileLoc + imgButton + "_org.gif";
titleImg.style.visibility = "hidden";
I would like to know how I can host an excel file on a server that would allow a user to access , view and modify/add some content to the file via the internet without downloading the file itself. Each user will access a copy of this file that they will be able to use and save any changes, under their own name, they may have made back to the server for future use. The user should not have the option to download the file, save it on their computer or be able to view or change certain cells, columns, rows (this is easy) or view the VBA code behind it. The user will access the file via a website using a provided login and password. While the file is open and in use by the user, some cells will be updated in real time drawing on information and values from 3rd party software (DDE links for example).
While the overall structure seems to be fairly straightforward – a server, a website and excel. It becomes murky when I try to work out the details in how exactly to connect the three. I understand that ActiveX plug-in maybe needed in order to allow the user to open the excel file in IE but I have a feeling there maybe something more to it than just that.
I would like to know your opinion and view on the best approach to achieve this task.
Only when I implement the slideshow on my website, the images shift to the right in the middle of dissolving. I wanted them to remain centered the whole time, and I included the alignment in my code. You can view the source code where I'm temporarily hosting my site here: http://www.indieworker.com/[^]
I don't understand why the images are shifting. If anyone could help me I would be so grateful.
I know how to make pages and that is pretty much it. I saw something like this on the web and thought it was a good idea. I wanted to know if I could do the same... but it seems more difficult than I though.