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    hmm I think now it may be server issue. Send working code to the server that it doesn't work on and e-mail them asking about it. Ask if there's any problems that may be associated with their server. Since javascript is client I don't think there should be aproblem but given the situation trying shouldn't hurt, and maybe they just may be able to debug it.

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    Thanks for all the help. It may be because of the site statistics at the bottom of the page inserted by 50megs. If I could turn it off for just that one page, it might be a fix.

    I use it mostly from my own hard drive, so it's a moot point for me, personally. But, if anyone tries it from the web site and complains, then I'll look into a fix. Hopefully, others will motivate 50megs to take care of the SCRIPT conflicts they have - thereby fixing mine as well.

    And, once I get the 4th edition of Danny Goodman's Javascript Bible, I may begin learning enough to spot the problem myself. (It should get here tomorrow or I'll be calling Amazon about a bad first time vendor they placed on their site.)

    My stats show there aren't that many people using that page - probably too complicated for all but the experienced researcher, who themselves may never have seen it. C'est la vie.

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    Due to all of the praise I have read here and elsewhere I contacted Danny Goodman yesterday. Lets hope he sees the value of our community and pays us a visit

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    Got my 4th Edition JavaScript Bible by Danny Goodman.

    Does anyone know what CD-127 means, as in


    refresh() method, CD-127
    plugin object, CD-183
    on page 1191 in the Index? Those aren't chapter numbers and I can't even find the refresh() text via FindIn with Windows 98.


    I have the CD loaded onto the E:\JSbible folder on my hard drive and searched the entire folder inside both text and binary files for the refresh() reference just to see how to use those references for a function that's pretty simple and already well used by me.
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    It's somewhere on the CD check all the lessons and stuff check everything and if u still can't find it then I don't know I didn't use the CD very much anyways. I can't seam to find it now...



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