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Question I have... Is Unix and Linux iPage web hosting the same? Hoping for any answer. Second question.. No, not you guys. You guys are great! It's my web page that is jumping and jerking..


It's a table problem and I have struggled with it for days. At the top left of the above page I have a "ticker" and a PHPLive help icon in two table cells side by side. When the page first loads this part seems to jump into place and is very annoying, at least to me. I thought it was because I didn't have the size of the graphic contained in this cell specified but I have done that in the PHP code as explained by the PHPLIve support people. No matter what I do I cannot get it to be a stable table. In fact, right now if you look at it there is a space (black line) between the backgound gifs where they don't meet.

Can anyone help me?.


Comments (12)

Ye, however you might wanna make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm it as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can give you an answer better...

Comment #1

Onload events? I didn't see anyhting like that you can run 2 onload events in the same body tag...

Comment #2

Maybe my terminology is wrong and I honestly do not know if this is what is causing the conflict or not but there is a conflict because when I comment out one or the other they work perfectly on their own but not together..


This is from the flying popup JavaScript source "utilpopupfly2.js".

This is from the ticker between <body> and </body>.


I have put two onload events in the body tag before on another iPage site but these are not in the body tag and I can't figure out what to do with them to solve the conflict (if this is even the problem .. I don't know for sure).

Any ideas?.


Comment #3

Try adding this to the body tag..

Onload=openpopup(); showticker();.

And load the flying window as well. so you will load both at once...

Comment #4

Okay I did that but it still doesn't work..

Not sure what you mean here. The flying window = the popup. They are the same. The onload=openpopup is for the flying window.??.

Now if I put those things in the body tag do I have to remove them from the script and the script source?.

This seems rather drastic. This is the actual.

If (ie || ns6 || ns4) {.



Should I remove this?.

Thanks Scoutt.


Comment #5

Sorry yes you need to comment out the window.onload part on both scripts. leave the window.resize alone..

Also yes load the js that loads the popup in the head tag. jsut have a link to it and then put that in the body tag...

Comment #6

Sorry Scoutt could you run this by me once more. It's late and I ... well nevermind..

<script src="/utilpopupfly2.js"></script>.

This is "BETWEEN" the head tags already. The script itself is too large to put on each page so It is accessed with this link to the external script..

What does "Just have a link to it (what is "it") and then put that (What is "that") in the body tag" mean exactly..

Sorry Scoutt but, believe it or not, I am trying..


Comment #7

Ok uncomment <script src="/utilpopupfly2.js"></script> if it is commented out. then add this.

<body onload="openpopup();" "showticker()">.

Might not need the " but try it anyway..

Then comment out the window.onload in both scripts, if you haven't done so already...

Comment #8

Thanks Scoutt! Okay that is what I did. And it almost works! The Flying popup works but not the ticker whereas before it was the other way aroundI will fiddle with it and see what happens...

Comment #9

Hey Scoutt,.

Shouldn't these all be the same? They come from the three scripts on my web page. Does it matter? What is the correct way?.


<script language="">.

<script type=text/javascript>..

Comment #10

Ok do it this way..

<body onload="showticker(); openpopup();">.

The type=text/javascript.

Should be type=javascript.


<script language="javascript">..

Comment #11

YES!! That did it! I thank you all the way from Tokyo (again) It was the " in the wrong place but my trial and error method would have taken me years to get that one right. But now I know how. Thanks very much Scoutt!.

If you ever need any editing or translating done just let me know..


Comment #12

Well you are quite welcome. sorry if it took so long.

And I will keep you in mind..

The <script type=javascript> might be wrong. I don't think it really needs it except if it is css...

Comment #13

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.