Ok a couple of things:
first, .getElementsByName() returns an array, so referring to the array's reference doesn't get you what you want.
Second, I don't think that function can be applied to search children, and you don't really need it to, since it looks through the whole document...
will capture it, but you'll have to trim the ending quote, and the "NextPage" text. I think it's possible to make the quote not capture, but I don't remember how :confused:
Or like ptnl said you could do something like...
Where are you storing the user's search(database? cookie? wax blocks? :P)?
How would you use a stored search to rebuild the screen state?
How are you pulling search preferences from the screen to build the query?
You probably want to take a step back and learn the basics of relational databases and data modeling first. Look into Entity Relationships, Cardinality, and Normalization.
For the syntax of SQL, www.w3schools.com is a good place to start.
This should work for VGA:
and for rj45 I imagine you could just pop in one of these:
If your site is in asp.net, you might look into the session/application objects:
Atom boards with dual intel nics built-in cost double what this board costs, and you can pick up a dually pro-100 intel nic on ebay for less than $20.
Also, yeoldestonecat mentioned awhile back that he was thinking about waiting for these D525 boards to come out for his home untangle build...
Hey I was wondering what some of our resident untangle experts think of this board:
and adding a dual-port 10/100 pci intel server nic?
I've been doing quite a bit of research on this as well, and this site has lots of good info:
Also, if you are interested in emulating the routers instead of buying them:
My current plan is to snag a couple of...
I was wondering something similar, except with gigabit switches. Are there any oldish(and somewhat affordable) gigabit switches that could both serve as a piece of a CCNA lab and the core of a gigabit home network?
I don't come from a networking background, so sometime soon I'm going to...
Aren't you just talking about n-tier design?
Your data class(es) would be designed per data store and pass store-agnostic returns back to the business logic layer.
Or am I misunderstanding your question?
The thread starter lives in an apartment, so I think it's safe to assume that there will be several other wireless networks operating in the area, as well as who knows how many cordless phones and poorly shielded microwaves.
You could try something like this:
select role from test1 where name = 'A' and role not in
(select role from test1 where name = 'B')
select role from test1 where name = 'B' and role not in
(select role from test1 where name = 'A')
Are you filling that forumula down the target column with incrementing row indexes?
Anyway, I would probably take a different approach and use VBA to loop the source columns to copy data until it reaches the end of the data.
This is what I was thinking as well, but:
Variable character width will give you some headaches with trying to line everything up.
10 letters and 10 periods on each line.
I don't see that you're selecting enough in the SQL you posted in the first post to be able to do anything but do a count, since you're only selecting forum_id. Plus you can accomplish the count with one query across all forums with something like this:
SELECT forum_id, count(forum_id) as...