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Javascript I want some examples for javascript

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    simple examples for javascript

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I make a mobile themes my computer saying me java script problem please solve my problem

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Dear peedamutu, javascript is a client side scripting language that works with browser. To learn it completely please read following tutorial

http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp

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What ls a alerts.


hi there.
Alert may refer to any of the following:
1. In JavaScript, an alert is a type of "pop-up" message to users of a script. An alert could be anything from notifying the user of an error to saying a short phrase such as "Hi". A JavaScript alert looks similar to the example shown to the right. This alert can be produced by using the JavaScript code shown below.
type="text/javascript">
window.alert("This is an alert!");

Since the window object is a top-level object in JavaScript (when coding for web browsers), this code can be shortened to alert() rather than window.alert(), as shown in the example below.
type="text/javascript">
alert("This is an alert!");

While these are often known for their ability to annoy users (for example, the sending of numerous consecutive alerts), they can also be useful for giving the user information such as instructions for fixing errors in a form field. They can also be helpful to JavaScript programmers as a means of debugging a script. By using an alert message to display values, the programmer can determine where things may be going wrong in a script through the process of elimination.
2. In general, an alert box, also called an alert dialog or alert window. It is a small window that pops up providing information to the user and typically includes an OK button, and sometimes a Cancel button.
Error messages and general information are commonly displayed in alert boxes, as it calls attention to itself and makes the user click a button to hide the message. The Windows operating system, along with third-party applications, and web pages are sources for alert boxes.
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or go to this link.
What is alerts Google Search

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I want to return to my old yahoo mail not beta I dont like it at all if i can not get it retured back i will change from yahoo


After switching to beta Yahoo wouldn't allow you to return to the classic version of yahoomail. However there is a way to get through this. Turn off the Javascript of your browser. ___________________________________

In case you dont know how to turn the javascript off:
Internet Explorer: tools > internet options > security. In security click "custom level" > disable Active Scripting in the scripting section.

Firefox: tools > options > content > click on "disable Javascript".

Google Chrome: Wrench button (on the upper right of the browser) > options > Under the Hood > Content Settings button > select "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" in the Javascript section.
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After disabling your javascript try to reload the page of your yahoomail. Then You will be asked to enable javascript or switch back to an older version of yahoomail (located at the lower part). Of course click the option that says return to an older version of yahoomail which is the last option. After that you will be brought back to your yahoomail classic view.
After doing this, DO NOT FORGET TO TURN YOUR JAVASCRIPT ON since there are functions in yahoomail that required javascript.

Jul 12, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I want to return to my original yahoo mail not beta


After switching to beta Yahoo wouldn't allow you to return to the classic version of yahoomail. However there is a way to get through this. Turn off the Javascript of your browser. ___________________________________

In case you dont know how to turn the javascript off:
Internet Explorer: tools > internet options > security. In security click "custom level" > disable Active Scripting in the scripting section.

Firefox: tools > options > content > click on "disable Javascript".

Google Chrome: Wrench button (on the upper right of the browser) > options > Under the Hood > Content Settings button > select "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" in the Javascript section. ___________________________________

After disabling your javascript try to reload the page of your yahoomail. Then You will be asked to enable javascript or switch back to an older version of yahoomail (located at the lower part). Of course click the option that says return to an older version of yahoomail which is the last option. After that you will be brought back to your yahoomail classic view.
After doing this, DO NOT FORGET TO TURN YOUR JAVASCRIPT ON since there are functions in yahoomail that required javascript.

Jul 12, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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We would like to switch back to classic view


After switching to beta Yahoo wouldn't allow you to return to the classic version of yahoomail. However there is a way to get through this. Turn off the Javascript of your browser. ___________________________________

In case you dont know how to turn the javascript off:
Internet Explorer: tools > internet options > security. In security click "custom level" > disable Active Scripting in the scripting section.

Firefox: tools > options > content > click on "disable Javascript".

Google Chrome: Wrench button (on the upper right of the browser) > options > Under the Hood > Content Settings button > select "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript" in the Javascript section. ___________________________________
After disabling your javascript try to reload the page of your yahoomail. Then You will be asked to enable javascript or switch back to an older version of yahoomail (located at the lower part). Of course click the option that says return to an older version of yahoomail which is the last option. After that you will be brought back to your yahoomail classic view.
After doing this, DO NOT FORGET TO TURN YOUR JAVASCRIPT ON since there are functions in yahoomail that required javascript.
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Jul 11, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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How can i solve "javascript:void(0)? in Chrome


javascript:void(0) is an error message that occasionally appears in a web browser when there is a problem loading a JavaScript from a web page.
Here are some Possible Resolutions you can try:

Disable your popup blocker

Disable your web proxy, if you have any.

Enable JavaScript

Switch web browsers or upgrade your web browser

It is also possible that the website you are viewing has nn improperly written JavaScript. There's no way we can resolve that on our end.





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Trying to view slide show in Flickr. Says I need


All web browsers in WIndows XP will usually have JavaScript enabled by default, but on occasion, it will be turned off. By turning JavaScript on in your web browser, you will have access to more interactive content when you visit certain websites. For Windows XP users, JavaScript can be enabled in both the Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. Open the Internet Explorer Click on "Tools" in the top menu bar and choose "Internet Options."
Go to the "Security" tab at the top of the window and click on the "Custom Level" button. croll down to the "Scripting" category and click on the "Enable" option next to "Active Scripting." JavaScript is now enabled.
  • Step 4 Scroll down to the "Scripting" category and click on the "Enable" option next to "Active Scripting." JavaScript is now enabled.

  • Read more: How to Turn on Javascript in Windows XP | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4812316_turn-javascript-windows-xp.html#ixzz0ssJIX0wR

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    How do I enable javascript on a mac os10.5.3?I have updated my browser (Firefox) and my firmware, also have checked enable javascript from preferences but I am still getting a message that tell me I have...



    for mozilla
    Select Preferences from the Edit menu.
    Click the arrow next to Advanced.
    Click Scripts & Plugins.
    Check Navigator beneath "Enable Javascript for".
    Click OK.
    Click Reload

    for firefox

    Select Options from the Tools menu.
    Click the Web Features icon.
    Check "Enable JavaScript".
    Click OK.
    Click Reload.

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    I want to know how various forms are interconnected


    Here is an example of HTML And Javascript:

    <HTML>
    <HEADER>
    <TITLE>Welcome To My Webpage</TITLE>
    </HEADER>
    <BODY>
    <P><B><H1><U>Welcome To My Webpage</B><H1></U></P>
    <script:"type/javascript">
    alert("Welcome To My Webpage!");
    </script>
    </BODY>
    </HTML>

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    Javascript


    You may go to the link below and download javascript

    www.java.com/getjava/

    If you need further assistance please contact me

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