AMD Radeon Adrenalin release date, new features, compatible graphics cards
I have found a bit of code which, although simple, impresses my simple brain and I've included it in a wesite I am creating.
If I open the site in Firefox, the script will run.
If I open the site in IE6 (which has every safety device known to M$ in it!) I get the banner warning me of an activex block.
Rather than terrify viewers of my site with the thought that I'm trying to do something malicious to their machine, is there a routine that I can include that inhibits the code if the browser is IE6 or enables it if the browser is not IE6.
!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN">
TITLE>My title /TITLE>
META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html;CHARSET=iso-8859-1">
META NAME ="description" CONTENT ="My content">
META NAME ="keywords" CONTENT ="my meta tags">
META NAME ="revisit-after" CONTENT ="10 days">
META NAME ="robots" CONTENT="all">
var message="A whizzy scrolling type title goes here." //specifies the title
var message=message+" " //gives a pause at the end, 1 space=1 speed unit, here I used 10 [email protected] each = 1.5seconds.
i="0" //declares the variable and sets it to start at 0
var temptitle="" //declares the variable and sets it to have no value yet.
var speed="150" //the delay in milliseconds between letters
document.title=temptitle+message.charAt(i) //sets the initial title
temptitle=temptitle+message.charAt(i) //increases the title by one letter
i++ //increments the counter
if(i==message.length) //determines the end of the message
i="0" //resets the counter at the end of the message
temptitle="" //resets the title to a blank value
setTimeout("titler()",speed) //Restarts. Remove line for no-repeat.
And the rest of the page code...
This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.