Setting innerHTML

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by Chris Moltisanti, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. Hey,

    I have a DIV and I want to dynamically set its innerHTML. I know I can
    set it by doing the following myDiv.innerHTML = '<img
    src=\"myImage.gif\">'
    However, the html that I want to set in it is quite large so I dont
    want to have to hard code the HTML like I just did.
    My question is....is it possible to assign an existing html page to the
    innerHTML.
    e.g. myDiv.innerHTML = 'mytest.html'
    So that the contents of the mytest.html would be set in myDiv's
    innerHTML.

    Thanks,

    Chris
    Chris Moltisanti, Jun 6, 2006
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  2. Thanks for the reply.

    I have use AJAX a little bit, bu I am unfamiliar with calling a pag
    with AJAX. Any ideas on the syntax to do this?
    I thought AJAX was more for making server calls.......

    Chris.
    Chris Moltisanti, Jun 6, 2006
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  3. Chris Moltisanti

    Evertjan. Guest

    Chris Moltisanti wrote on 06 jun 2006 in comp.lang.javascript:

    > Thanks for the reply.


    What reply?

    Please quote what you are replying to.

    If you want to post a followup via groups.google.com, don't use the
    "Reply" link at the bottom of the article. Click on "show options" at the
    top of the article, then click on the "Reply" at the bottom of the article
    headers.

    <http://www.safalra.com/special/googlegroupsreply/>

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    Evertjan., Jun 6, 2006
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  4. The previous post is not related to javascript so please ignore it.
    My question again is how can I get an animated GIF to continue
    animating while some javascript processing is bien executed.

    Thanks

    Chris
    Chris Moltisanti, Jun 6, 2006
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  5. The previous post is an annoyance and unrelated to javascript. Please
    ignore it.
    My question again........how do I call a page using AJAX? Is AJAX not
    ususally used for server calls?

    Thanks

    Chris
    Chris Moltisanti, Jun 6, 2006
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  6. Chris Moltisanti

    Ivo Guest

    "Chris Moltisanti" wrote
    > The previous post is an annoyance and unrelated to javascript. Please
    > ignore it.
    > My question again........how do I call a page using AJAX? Is AJAX not
    > ususally used for server calls?
    >


    What previous post? You didn't quote it, which is a very simple thing to do,
    which is one of the reasons why quoting previous posts has become such a
    common thing on Usenet. The other reason is of course that it is nothing but
    sensible to quote what you are replying to. I 'd like to be able to judge
    for myself whether or not it is related to javascript, not because I don't
    trust your judgement, but just because I 'd like to help take the discussion
    further. And how can I discuss what I haven't read?

    As to the thoughts on AJAX: I believe if I make an AJAX call, it is by
    definition to a server. If the URL used is (also) meant to be accessed
    through a regular HTTP connection and viewed in a browser on its own, you
    might indeed say I am calling "a page" using AJAX, but the word game has
    little significance. Whatever the server responds with is either a string of
    text (possibly containing HTML tags or other code) or an XML object to the
    receiving javascript, and is to be treated as such within the original page.

    hth
    ivo
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    Ivo, Jun 6, 2006
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  7. Another more simplistic option would be to have your javascript merely
    use document.createElement to create an iframe, set the iframes src to
    whatever page you want the div to contain and then appendChild on the
    div. Maybe not as clever or web2.0'ish enough for you, but it
    definitely will get the job done in the least amount of code.

    -E

    andy baxter wrote:
    > On Tue, 06 Jun 2006 14:27:59 -0700, Chris Moltisanti wrote:
    >
    > > Thanks for the reply.
    > >
    > > I have use AJAX a little bit, bu I am unfamiliar with calling a pag
    > > with AJAX. Any ideas on the syntax to do this?
    > > I thought AJAX was more for making server calls.......
    > >

    >
    > I've just been doing something like this using dojo (www.dojotoolkit.org),
    > which makes it pretty easy:
    >
    > function infoPage(url,callback) {
    > // the url to load.
    > this.url=url;
    > // is the file loaded and parsed?
    > this.ready= false;
    > // did the loading fail?
    > this.fail=false;
    > // reference to a div with the page in it.
    > this.infoNode=null;
    > // callback for when the html has loaded.
    > this.callback=callback;
    > this.load= function() {
    > // load the data file.
    > var bindArgs = {
    > url: this.url,
    > mimetype: "text/html",
    > error: dojo.lang.hitch(this,"loadError"),
    > load: dojo.lang.hitch(this,"loaded")
    > };
    > var requestObj = dojo.io.bind(bindArgs);
    > };
    > this.loaded=function(type, data, evt){
    > // handle successful response here
    > // parse HTML into DOM nodes.
    > var newNodes=dojo.html.createNodesFromText(data,true);
    > this.infoNode=newNodes[0];
    > // callback which does any further processing - e.g. inserting the node
    > in the document.
    > this.ready=true;
    > this.callback(this);
    > };
    > this.loadError= function(type, errObj){
    > // handle error here
    > this.fail=true;
    > alert("Failed to load page");
    > }
    > }
    >
    > If you don't like toolkits, you'll probably have to write your own
    > javascript to parse html into DOM nodes, or else use innerHTML.
    Eric Ryan Harrison, Jun 7, 2006
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  8. andy baxter wrote:
    > On Wed, 07 Jun 2006 01:36:29 -0700, Eric Ryan Harrison wrote:
    >
    > > Another more simplistic option would be to have your javascript merely
    > > use document.createElement to create an iframe, set the iframes src to
    > > whatever page you want the div to contain and then appendChild on the
    > > div. Maybe not as clever or web2.0'ish enough for you, but it
    > > definitely will get the job done in the least amount of code.
    > >
    > > -E

    >
    > I tried this way first, but I didn't like the iframe - you have to set a
    > fixed height window with a scrollbar and it looked ugly in my layout.


    I don't know exactly what you're reffering to here. I've seen some
    darned pretty Iframes. Iframes are CSS-ready, and if the page coming
    back in the iframe has any sort of style, it'll be properly rendered as
    well.

    Good luck,

    -E
    Eric Ryan Harrison, Jun 9, 2006
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  9. JRS: In article <>, dated Thu, 8 Jun
    2006 11:07:03 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript, Tony <tony23@ds
    lextreme.WHATISTHIS.com> posted :
    >Chris Moltisanti wrote:
    >> The previous post is not related to javascript so please ignore it.

    >
    >Why are you telling me what to do?
    >
    >What post are you referring to?
    >
    >Please quote what you are replying to. If you don't want to play by the
    >rules, then go play somewhere else.


    He's a Google user, so don't assume intelligence; tell him to read the
    newsgroup FAQ.

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  10. Chris Moltisanti

    Guest

    Eric Ryan Harrison wrote:

    > andy baxter wrote:
    > > I tried this way first, but I didn't like the iframe - you have to set a
    > > fixed height window with a scrollbar and it looked ugly in my layout.

    >
    > I don't know exactly what you're reffering to here. I've seen some
    > darned pretty Iframes. Iframes are CSS-ready, and if the page coming
    > back in the iframe has any sort of style, it'll be properly rendered as
    > well.
    >
    > Good luck,


    As far as I know, an iframe has to have a fixed height and any overflow
    is dealt with by putting a scrollbar in the window. I didn't want that
    - I just wanted the html included in the page like any other html text.

    andy baxter (lofty00 while I'm away)
    , Jun 9, 2006
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  11. wrote:
    > Eric Ryan Harrison wrote:
    >
    > > andy baxter wrote:
    > > > I tried this way first, but I didn't like the iframe - you have to set a
    > > > fixed height window with a scrollbar and it looked ugly in my layout.

    > >
    > > I don't know exactly what you're reffering to here. I've seen some
    > > darned pretty Iframes. Iframes are CSS-ready, and if the page coming
    > > back in the iframe has any sort of style, it'll be properly rendered as
    > > well.
    > >
    > > Good luck,

    >
    > As far as I know, an iframe has to have a fixed height and any overflow
    > is dealt with by putting a scrollbar in the window. I didn't want that
    > - I just wanted the html included in the page like any other html text.
    >


    Huh? I personally don't know what your source is for this. It may be
    that this is true and I've just been using browsers that don't have
    this behavior. I use IFrames in a few different places and have seen
    this working on IE6, FF 1.0-1.5, Netscape 7, and Mozilla 1.6.

    <h2>Default (Non-Pretty) Iframe</h2>
    <iframe name="nonpretty" id="nonpretty"
    src="javascript:void(0);"> </iframe>

    <hr />

    <h2>CSS Styled (Pretty) Iframe</h2>

    <iframe name="pretty" id="pretty" src="javascript:void(0);"
    style="background-color:#fca;height:300px;width:600px;overflow:auto;border:1px
    dashed #777;"> </iframe>

    ( I always add the   so that XML doesn't gak up on <iframe>
    auto-closing the empty element when I do ajax stuff. &nbsp; isn't
    recognized as a valid XML entity, so I use   which works like a
    charm. )

    Take a look. Should see beautiful iframes. Let me know if anything
    crazy happens.

    -E

    > andy baxter (lofty00 while I'm away)
    Eric Ryan Harrison, Jun 9, 2006
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  12. Chris Moltisanti

    Randy Webb Guest

    Dr John Stockton said the following on 6/9/2006 12:23 PM:
    > JRS: In article <>, dated Thu, 8 Jun
    > 2006 11:07:03 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript, Tony <tony23@ds
    > lextreme.WHATISTHIS.com> posted :
    >> Chris Moltisanti wrote:
    >>> The previous post is not related to javascript so please ignore it.

    >> Why are you telling me what to do?
    >>
    >> What post are you referring to?
    >>
    >> Please quote what you are replying to. If you don't want to play by the
    >> rules, then go play somewhere else.

    >
    > He's a Google user, so don't assume intelligence;


    Being a "Google user" applies to many more people that what you thought
    you intended to say. "Google Group user" isn't any better though. The
    user of an interface is as much a reflection of intelligence as the
    color of the sun - it isn't and it's irrelevant.

    The only time you see problems with Google Groups is when a new person
    is using it. You don't pay attention to the people who use it without
    problems because you only pay attention to where they post from if there
    is a problem in quoting.

    > tell him to read the newsgroup FAQ.


    And nothing in that FAQ deals specifically with how to quote using
    Google Groups so pointing a user to that FAQ doesn't help the problem
    any at all.

    A better reference would be somewhere that deals with that particular
    piece of software. It is no different than pointing an un-patched OE
    user to an OE-fix page, or do you point them to the FAQ as well in a
    round of futility?

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    Randy Webb, Jun 10, 2006
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  13. Chris Moltisanti

    Guest

    Eric Ryan Harrison wrote:

    > Huh? I personally don't know what your source is for this. It may be
    > that this is true and I've just been using browsers that don't have
    > this behavior. I use IFrames in a few different places and have seen
    > this working on IE6, FF 1.0-1.5, Netscape 7, and Mozilla 1.6.
    >
    > <h2>Default (Non-Pretty) Iframe</h2>
    > <iframe name="nonpretty" id="nonpretty"
    > src="javascript:void(0);"> </iframe>
    >
    > <hr />
    >
    > <h2>CSS Styled (Pretty) Iframe</h2>
    >
    > <iframe name="pretty" id="pretty" src="javascript:void(0);"
    > style="background-color:#fca;height:300px;width:600px;overflow:auto;border:1px
    > dashed #777;"> </iframe>
    >
    > ( I always add the   so that XML doesn't gak up on <iframe>
    > auto-closing the empty element when I do ajax stuff. &nbsp; isn't
    > recognized as a valid XML entity, so I use   which works like a
    > charm. )
    >
    > Take a look. Should see beautiful iframes. Let me know if anything
    > crazy happens.


    I does look better that way, but if I include a document in the iframe
    that's longer than the height of the frame, it makes a scrollbar on the
    right hand side to deal with the overflow. This isn't what I want - I
    want it to expand to the full length of the included document, with any
    scrolling being through the scrollbar on the main window. I don't think
    there's a way to do this with iframes.

    andy
    , Jun 10, 2006
    #13
  14. JRS: In article <>, dated
    Sat, 10 Jun 2006 13:14:55 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    Randy Webb <> posted :
    >
    >> tell him to read the newsgroup FAQ.

    >
    >And nothing in that FAQ deals specifically with how to quote using
    >Google Groups so pointing a user to that FAQ doesn't help the problem
    >any at all.


    You should read the newsgroup FAQ.

    comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    Section 2.3, paragraph 7, which cites paragraph 6, refers.

    (6) When replying to a message on the group quote the minimum of the
    preceding messages post that is sufficient to provide context for the
    reply but trim the remainder, and add your comments below the pertinent
    section of quoted material, as per FYI28/RFC1855 (never top post).

    (7) If posting through groups.google.com don't use the "Reply" link at
    the bottom of the article, instead use "Show Options" at the top of the
    article and than click the "Reply" option exposed there. This
    automatically includes the quote of the preceding message to be edited
    down as described above.


    I leave the following in HTML for the convenience of those who might
    wish to put something similar on their sites :-

    <p>Also see <a
    href="http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=14213">How
    can I automatically quote the previous message when I post a reply?</a>
    in Google Groups Help.</p>


    <FAQENTRY> In the first line of 2.3 para 6, suggest inserting ", with
    '>', " in the first line.

    --
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    Web <URL:http://www.merlyn.demon.co.uk/> - FAQish topics, acronyms, & links.
    For more on our news hierarchy news:uk.*, see newsgroups news:uk.answers and
    news:uk.net.news.*, and <URL:http://www.usenet.org.uk/>.
    Dr John Stockton, Jun 10, 2006
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  15. Chris Moltisanti

    Randy Webb Guest

    Dr John Stockton said the following on 6/10/2006 5:42 PM:
    > JRS: In article <>, dated
    > Sat, 10 Jun 2006 13:14:55 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    > Randy Webb <> posted :
    >>> tell him to read the newsgroup FAQ.

    >> And nothing in that FAQ deals specifically with how to quote using
    >> Google Groups so pointing a user to that FAQ doesn't help the problem
    >> any at all.

    >
    > You should read the newsgroup FAQ.
    >
    > comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    > Section 2.3, paragraph 7, which cites paragraph 6, refers.


    I did, and the version at <URL: http://jibbering.com/faq/> that I get is :

    comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.0 - 2004-03-15

    Which is obviously wrong but it is the same version that anybody else
    would get unless a URL to a post of it in the archives is given instead.
    I got tired of messing with Google Groups to try to find a URL to the
    last FAQ Poster posted FAQ article. Does anybody have one?

    --
    Randy
    comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq & newsgroup weekly
    Javascript Best Practices - http://www.JavascriptToolbox.com/bestpractices/
    Randy Webb, Jun 11, 2006
    #15
  16. wrote:
    > Eric Ryan Harrison wrote:
    >
    > > Huh? I personally don't know what your source is for this. It may be
    > > that this is true and I've just been using browsers that don't have
    > > this behavior. I use IFrames in a few different places and have seen
    > > this working on IE6, FF 1.0-1.5, Netscape 7, and Mozilla 1.6.
    > >
    > > <h2>Default (Non-Pretty) Iframe</h2>
    > > <iframe name="nonpretty" id="nonpretty"
    > > src="javascript:void(0);"> </iframe>
    > >
    > > <hr />
    > >
    > > <h2>CSS Styled (Pretty) Iframe</h2>
    > >
    > > <iframe name="pretty" id="pretty" src="javascript:void(0);"
    > > style="background-color:#fca;height:300px;width:600px;overflow:auto;border:1px
    > > dashed #777;"> </iframe>
    > >
    > > ( I always add the   so that XML doesn't gak up on <iframe>
    > > auto-closing the empty element when I do ajax stuff. &nbsp; isn't
    > > recognized as a valid XML entity, so I use   which works like a
    > > charm. )
    > >
    > > Take a look. Should see beautiful iframes. Let me know if anything
    > > crazy happens.

    >
    > I does look better that way, but if I include a document in the iframe
    > that's longer than the height of the frame, it makes a scrollbar on the
    > right hand side to deal with the overflow. This isn't what I want - I
    > want it to expand to the full length of the included document, with any
    > scrolling being through the scrollbar on the main window. I don't think
    > there's a way to do this with iframes.
    >


    Have you tried this: ( note: I haven't tested this, so if it doesn't
    work, let me know )

    <iframe name="pretty" id="pretty" src="http://google.com"
    style="background-color:#fca;height:300px;width:600px;overflow:visible;border:1px
    dashed #777;"> </iframe>

    CSS's overflow:visible property is supposed to do just that. Anything
    bigger than your defined size will cause the element to expand to show
    the containing data.

    Give this a try.

    -E
    > andy
    Eric Ryan Harrison, Jun 11, 2006
    #16
  17. JRS: In article <>, dated
    Sat, 10 Jun 2006 19:04:53 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    Randy Webb <> posted :
    >Dr John Stockton said the following on 6/10/2006 5:42 PM:
    >> JRS: In article <>, dated
    >> Sat, 10 Jun 2006 13:14:55 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    >> Randy Webb <> posted :
    >>>> tell him to read the newsgroup FAQ.
    >>> And nothing in that FAQ deals specifically with how to quote using
    >>> Google Groups so pointing a user to that FAQ doesn't help the problem
    >>> any at all.

    >>
    >> You should read the newsgroup FAQ.
    >>
    >> comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    >> Section 2.3, paragraph 7, which cites paragraph 6, refers.

    >
    >I did, and the version at <URL: http://jibbering.com/faq/> that I get is :
    >
    >comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.0 - 2004-03-15
    >
    >Which is obviously wrong but it is the same version that anybody else
    >would get unless a URL to a post of it in the archives is given instead.
    >I got tired of messing with Google Groups to try to find a URL to the
    >last FAQ Poster posted FAQ article. Does anybody have one?


    You can see the HTML version, less CSS, HTML *possibly* edited a bit, at
    <URL:http://www.merlyn.demon.co.uk/$clj-faq.htm> but I don't intend to
    keep a version there for more than a day or so. It's a copy of what I
    saved for reference.

    I would not have kept the last posted version; alas, I omitted to keep
    the first posted one in my newsbase - it would have had a message-ID.
    Its header should have included one of
    Subject: comp.lang.javascript FAQ - Quick Answers- 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    Subject: comp.lang.javascript FAQ - Quick Answers - 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    which may help finding it.

    A search for part of the paragraph of my previous article :-
    <If posting through groups.google.com don't use the "Reply" link at
    the bottom of the article, instead use "Show Options" at the top of the
    article and than click the "Reply" option exposed there. This
    automatically includes the quote of the preceding message to be edited
    down as described above.>
    might work.

    --
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  18. Chris Moltisanti

    Randy Webb Guest

    Dr John Stockton said the following on 6/11/2006 3:02 PM:
    > JRS: In article <>, dated
    > Sat, 10 Jun 2006 19:04:53 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    > Randy Webb <> posted :
    >> Dr John Stockton said the following on 6/10/2006 5:42 PM:
    >>> JRS: In article <>, dated
    >>> Sat, 10 Jun 2006 13:14:55 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    >>> Randy Webb <> posted :
    >>>>> tell him to read the newsgroup FAQ.
    >>>> And nothing in that FAQ deals specifically with how to quote using
    >>>> Google Groups so pointing a user to that FAQ doesn't help the problem
    >>>> any at all.
    >>> You should read the newsgroup FAQ.
    >>>
    >>> comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    >>> Section 2.3, paragraph 7, which cites paragraph 6, refers.

    >> I did, and the version at <URL: http://jibbering.com/faq/> that I get is :
    >>
    >> comp.lang.javascript FAQ - 8.0 - 2004-03-15
    >>
    >> Which is obviously wrong but it is the same version that anybody else
    >> would get unless a URL to a post of it in the archives is given instead.
    >> I got tired of messing with Google Groups to try to find a URL to the
    >> last FAQ Poster posted FAQ article. Does anybody have one?

    >
    > You can see the HTML version, less CSS, HTML *possibly* edited a bit, at
    > <URL:http://www.merlyn.demon.co.uk/$clj-faq.htm> but I don't intend to
    > keep a version there for more than a day or so. It's a copy of what I
    > saved for reference.
    >
    > I would not have kept the last posted version; alas, I omitted to keep
    > the first posted one in my newsbase - it would have had a message-ID.
    > Its header should have included one of
    > Subject: comp.lang.javascript FAQ - Quick Answers- 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    > Subject: comp.lang.javascript FAQ - Quick Answers - 8.1 - 2005-11-05
    > which may help finding it.


    <URL:
    http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.javascript/browse_frm/thread/801a5dd8beb8a7b2/e3f59d54ce1e2a9f?q=comp.lang.javascript+FAQ+-+Quick+Answers+-+8.1+-+2005-11-05&rnum=1#e3f59d54ce1e2a9f>

    Yikes what a URL, but that is the newest one Google finds for it.
    That is not the HTML version but it's better than the version found on
    jibbering for me right now.

    I put your HTML version - along with the CSS file - here:

    <URL: http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/hikksnotathome/cljfaq/>

    --
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    Javascript Best Practices - http://www.JavascriptToolbox.com/bestpractices/
    Randy Webb, Jun 12, 2006
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  19. Chris Moltisanti

    Matt Kruse Guest

    Dr John Stockton wrote:
    > JRS: In article <>, dated
    > Sat, 10 Jun 2006 13:14:55 remote, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    > Randy Webb <> posted :
    >>> tell him to read the newsgroup FAQ.

    >> And nothing in that FAQ deals specifically with how to quote using
    >> Google Groups so pointing a user to that FAQ doesn't help the problem
    >> any at all.

    > You should read the newsgroup FAQ.


    As an alternative to the long and overwhelming newsgroup FAQ, I created the
    "Newbie FAQ":
    http://www.javascripttoolbox.com/clj/

    This is my attempt to provide useful information (including a link to the
    newsgroup FAQ) to newbie users who often make posting mistakes or aren't
    familiar with the group.

    For example, if someone replies incorrectly with google groups you can
    simply direct them to:
    http://www.javascripttoolbox.com/clj/#howtoreply

    Or if someone posts a question and doesn't provide enough useful information
    or a minimal test case, you can point them to:
    http://www.javascripttoolbox.com/clj/#getanswers

    etc. I'm not sure if people will find it useful or use it, but it exists :)

    --
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    http://www.AjaxToolbox.com
    Matt Kruse, Jun 12, 2006
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