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jamestmfbong
08-20-2005, 01:15 AM
Hi, I need help.
I'll pay you through paypal if you want money for this.

It's not like I have to do this, but it just looked so unprofessional to leave it this way.

Please check it out.

http://www.shenu.us/new/shenu.cgi?db=shinhwa&action=read&dbf=7

this is the site, you can see the source if you view source.
you can distinctively see that there are 3 parts to this.

1) the graph
2) the proposal
3) the chart

i want to make the graph and the proposal to pop up in a new window.
so that my client can print it easier.
but the source code i wrote was way too sloppy.
i can't find anything. and im not even that skilled to fix it.

um.. if you just have an idea please advice me.
this is the biggest js project i've gotten involved with..
sry for the sloppiness

Mechlar
08-20-2005, 02:27 AM
Give me an email and I will fix this for you, it kinda looks sloppy. I am sorry but it needs a face lift big time, it should not be a problem though.
Thanks
my email neo4uo@yahoo.com

martin_narg
08-20-2005, 02:33 AM
You already use server-side scripting, why not use a component like this (http://www.advsofteng.com/) to produce a nicely formatted, easily printable, cross-browser image that enables the flexibility to create any type of chart required?

m_n

jamestmfbong
08-21-2005, 02:11 AM
either way i must implement that script to the server program.
the results are the same.
it's better i deal with a simpler script, because its easier to manipulate

and i don't plan to purchase anything.

martin_narg
08-21-2005, 12:06 PM
It's up to you - it's your project. But I guarantee you that you'll run into more problems trying to create charts using DHTML than using a nicely API'd charting component. This is mostly down to any changes to the chart, any new charts and cross-browser script and CSS. Both of which the users may not have running.

As I said it's your project, but for cross-browser integration and having the maximum number of users being able to see the chart - regardless of their own browser config, a server-side script creating an image is your best option.


I'll pay you through paypal if you want money for this.

and i don't plan to purchase anything.
:rolleyes:

m_n



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