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n4khgirl
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Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 4:08 am

Hey yall, i reely need some HTML help puhleez.. my website was working fine until i re-uploaded one of the indexes, and now it's all wierd and stuff... it 's located at www.fly-asa.com.. if anyone could take a look at it & help me out, i'd sooo greatly appreciate it!!

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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 5:08 am

hy, I never programmed in Java script but those
// before the oNewDoc.write (//oNewDoc.write) seem very weird to me

try removing that - but that is just wild guess (but it might work, let me know if it does)
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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 9:30 am

The only problem I see is a few links are bad...
Did you write that HTML out yourself?
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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 11:22 am

9A-CRO, I believe the // in the JavaScript is there so that the script doesn't read the text after the //. Its probably information about the script, not the script itself. If you take them out, it may screw up your JavaScript.
 
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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 11:31 am

OK i fixed the problem guys... yeah i did write all the HTML out... w/the help of front page here and there... but mostly i did it by hand...

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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 12:31 pm

Nice pages! I still can't see the ASA Equipment pics, though -- I get the Geocities error page.

redngold

PS check out my page
http://www.geocities.com/bandimal/airports/kcle/spotters.html
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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 12:37 pm

If you want to get rid of the ahem Name Zero banner (great service ain't it) make a new index.html rename the one you have now to like index2.html and make a thing like "Click Here To Enter" and make a new window pop up. That will keep them happy because the still get to show the banner and you because it will give you the whole page to show stuff. There also is a frame remove code but I don't if that works anymore (at least not on my page anymore  Sad )
 
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RE: Html Help Puhleezzzz

Wed Jan 24, 2001 6:07 pm

N766AS - yes youa are right that // means a comment,
it is a one-line comment in C++,
I worked in C only (which JavaScript is very similar to in syntax so I didn't know that there is special symbol for one line comment along with standard /* */

and after the comment was the real code, not description of program itself - so that is why I said that this MIGHT solve the problem
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