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    Hangman (DHTML/ActiveX)

    I thought I'd post this and see what you guys think (go easy on me ). Anyway, my teacher gave the class a project to see if we could make a hangman game with an ActiveX object's draw methods and some good ole' DHTML. I've always wondered why javascript doesn't have any draw methods or graphics objects like Java has.

    I suppose SVG will take the place of activeX and Flash... hopefully. Once we had the right object id it was a piece of cake (I found it by the way). Anyway, here's my program. I would've put the code in this post but I have a few includes and graphics that go with it. Best viewed in 1024 x 768 resolution, and IE only (of course).

    http://www16.brinkster.com/webdesign...an/Hangman.htm

    Tell me if it works in IE5. I had a problem with the way I checked for undefined subscripts in my arrays, I think I fixed it though (I'm using IE6).

    - Terry

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    Oh oh - another addictive game.

    There goes that New Year's resolution.

    Works fine for me - nice lay out (although, personal preference here, I think the box depicting the hangman would look better centered on the page itself).

    Good job

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    Oops - glitch.

    Answered 'Rome' - clicked the okay button for next game - got the HTTP 404 Not Found message page.

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    Last edited by Majik_Dance; 01-03-2003 at 03:29 PM.
    Listen! You smell that?

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    Majik_Dance,

    Glad you like it. Thanks for the heads-up on the 404. I forgot to upload the HangmanDone page. Its there now: http://www16.brinkster.com/webdesign...angmanDone.htm

    - Terry


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