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View Full Version : Three q:s on ie and a for()



Lazaroth
03-07-2005, 10:35 PM
I just started coding html again after not doing it for some time.
I noticed a couple of disturbing things in ie.

I usually did all work in ie since it had a "good" debugger.
But now I can't see where the problem is even after I unchecked inactivate scriptdebugging (or what it's called in english) in advanced settings.
How to fix this?

Another annoying feature is the, do you want to allow this ActiveX thing at the top.
In offline mode it appears even if I just write <script></script>. Why?
Tho it works as it's "supposed" to in online mode, it still is disturbing as h***.

Why doesn't this work:

var names = new Array();
names[0] = "name1";
names[1] = "name2";

for(i = names.length ; i > 0 ; i--)
{...}

it works if i = names.length is replaced with i = 2

A1ien51
03-08-2005, 12:13 AM
Another annoying feature is the, do you want to allow this ActiveX thing at the top.
In offline mode it appears even if I just write <script></script>. Why?
Tho it works as it's "supposed" to in online mode, it still is disturbing as h***.


Change your internet settings for local....

Eric

A1ien51
03-08-2005, 12:14 AM
for(i = names.length-1 ; i > 0 ; i--)



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