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May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
Like I said, this is a question to Stack Overflow, not here. Please ask it there.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
You'll need to ask that one on Stack Overflow. Without your actual code there's nothing much we can do to help. Link to the question here, provide your code and as many details as possible. Make your problem clear as well as what you've tried.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
No, that's wrong. By the mere fact that you can see it on the page, means that it's added to the DOM. Rather, newly created elements need to be attached with the event handler anew. If you are attaching the event handler to an element that doesn't get removed and re-added (like the parent div), you don't have that problem.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
This is called event delegation. If you have a div with children, clicking on any of the children also counts as clicking on the parent. By setting a handler on the parent, and using .target to know which child was actually clicked, you can make a generic handler for all of the children at once. Read the attached link for more information.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
See if my answer fits your needs.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
So the ID comes back from the XHR query? Or was it in the popup the entire time? I don't understand where the problem is.
May
15
comment Many-to-many in OOP: Class A instantiates Class B, which instantiates Class A, which
@RobertHarvey: The idea of a DataMapper is to completely separate your logic from your storage and from the logic of fetching/saving from/to storage. You could say it's like an Entity Framework, although that still wouldn't be quite accurate. Check out teresko's top answer on Stack Overflow for a better explanation.
May
15
comment Many-to-many in OOP: Class A instantiates Class B, which instantiates Class A, which
@RobertHarvey: I think you're confusing. DataMapper is a more generalized implementation of ORM. It abstracts the need for your objects to match your storage schema.
Mar
22
comment Why is Global State so Evil?
That's highly dependant on the language. In languages where programs run persistently, it may be true that you're able to save memory by using global space and singletons instead of instantiating many classes, but even that argument is shaky. It's all about priorities. In languages like PHP (which is run once per request, and objects don't persist), even that argument is moot.
Sep
22
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of cryptographically signing commits and tags in Git?
Interesting, thanks for the well thought out answer! I'll wait a while longer to see if someone has a different opinion and then accept yours if nothing serious comes up :) Thanks!
Sep
22
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of cryptographically signing commits and tags in Git?
@James: It's not company work, but I do participate in some open and closed source projects.
Mar
31
comment What is a Service Locator?
Plus I noticed that this question does not appear anywhere on the Stack Exchange network. Posting it would do great for SEO.
Oct
24
comment What are the difference between server-side and client-side programming?
So add it, feel free.
Oct
24
comment What are the difference between server-side and client-side programming?
@KSteff you are welcome to edit my question to add that.
Oct
24
comment What are the difference between server-side and client-side programming?
@YannisRizos: I've updated again. Though feel free to edit my answer for such fixes. Also, I wanted to see what the community would come up with.
Oct
24
comment What are the difference between server-side and client-side programming?
@YannisRizos: At first I wanted to wait and see what kinds of answers would arise. When I saw them, I decided to answer it myself. (I wanted to give others a chance to give good answers as well).
Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen: Touché, but if the page works (as in, human readabele) why would I add fancy elements like time?
Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen: Really? I'm writing a website for people to read, not computers. I want people to read my content, and eventually come to my store or whatever (speaking from a client perspective here)
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@maenu: And so, popular websites just don't care?
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@Chris: Indeed, but that's hardly a requirement? I mean, many very not-semantic websites come up first in Google.