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Check a Boolean value from database at the start of an app then load terms and condition page if false, load menu page if true
I solved this problem by creating a new JavaScript file which runs when a html page lodes (start of the <head> tag Which opens the database Runs the SQL query to find the value Opens the relevant page depending on the result It still displays the page (half a second at most) when I load the page, but it does what I want Here is the code: try { db = openDatabase('cuopioid', '1.0', 'cupioids application database', 2 * 1024 * 1024); } catch (e) { // Error handling code goes here. if (e == INVALID_STATE_ERR) { // Version number mismatch. alert("Invalid database version."); } else { alert("Unknown error " + e + "."); } } checkTerms(); function checkTerms(tx) { db.transaction(function(tx) { tx.

Categories : Javascript

When access image file throgh url it redirects to page not found page in drupal6
It might be caused by the pathauto module.In Administer › Site building › URL aliases you can find the automated alias settings tab.Under that go to the general settings area.You might have set character case set to change to lowercase.Hope that might be your problem.. :)

Categories : Htaccess

Page redirects to the previous page during jquery Ajax call
You never tell the browser to halt processing, you simply bind: onclick="get_marker()" You either need to add return false; after the get_marker() or change it to return get_marker() and have that method return false. Otherwise jquery mobile is going to come in and process the click after you're done. also, FWIW, using iPhone emulator I get "Error" and "0" in two alerts, then continues on to history.go(-1).

Categories : Jquery

PHP search engine redirects to another page
header("Location: details.php?id=$id"); BTW, my search engine is called "search.php" and the form is pointing to "search-go.php". This is wrong. It have to be the same "search.php"

Categories : PHP

mod_rewrite redirects only index page
Ok replace your code with this: Options +FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} robots.txt$ [NC] RewriteRule ^([^/]+) $1 [L] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(www.)?bd-spb.ru$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://xn----8sbbkdenhe5aqs7a.xn--p1ai/$1 [R=301,L,B]

Categories : Regex

login page automatically redirects to else case
You're not returning from the method, but continuing to iterate through the while loop. You seem to expect that a simple method call response.sendRedirect() magically aborts the whole while loop and returns from the method. It doesn't do that. The code just continues the loop, checking the next user and setting the redirect URL, hereby overriding the previous one. You need to return from the method yourself. response.sendRedirect(someURL); return; Your concrete problem is caused because your login doesn't match the last user entry in the DB. Unrelated to the concrete problem, this approach is however terribly inefficient. You're not taking benefit of the powers of a relational database and instead copying the entire DB table into Java's memory and performing the comparison in Java.

Categories : Validation

Javascript Onload Prompt where yes redirects to page
You may use confirm to do so. But instead of Yes/No, it displays Ok/Cancel. MDN Documentation on window.confirm

Categories : Javascript

Changing url with RewriteRule does not replace the url and redirects my page
Try this code: Options +FollowSymLinks -MultiViews # Turn mod_rewrite on RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} ^[A-Z]{3,}s/+(store)/index.php?categ=([^s]+) [NC] RewriteRule ^ /%1/%2? [R=302,L] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule ^store/(.+?)/?$ /store/index.php?categ=$1 [L,QSA,NC] Once you verify it is working fine, replace R=302 to R=301. Avoid using R=301 (Permanent Redirect) while testing your mod_rewrite rules.

Categories : PHP

How to redirect /page/index page to /page (and /page to /page/) in Ruby on Rails?
If you don't want to cause a full reload of the page, then you should not use "redirect" in your routes, as that simply issues a browser redirect. That would cause Rails to issue a 301 "Moved Permanently". That essentially means "there is a /page/index route but it's a mistake, we don't use it anymore, please go to /page instead and never come back here." If that is the case then that is what you want to do. If you're using Passenger and will continue to use Passenger, it would be more efficient to put an Apache redirect rule in the htaccess file. It also seems strange that this is even an issue. How have /page/index, /page, and /page/ emerged in the wild as URLs that all point to the same index#index action? What is this index controller? The usual thing is to have, say, a PagesControlle

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Wordpress: Cannot login in after upgrade - redirects to blank page
Rename the active theme and force a revert to twentytwelve. Theme issues can still sometimes cause admin errors. But once the theme reverts, you should be able to get into admin, even if the front end is white-screened. To figure out what's causing the white screen on the front end (or, if needed, the backend, too) use Debug. See https://codex.wordpress.org/WP_DEBUG Add to wp-config.php: define( 'WP_DEBUG', true ); define( 'WP_DEBUG_LOG', true ); and the debug.log file will be in wp-content. And/or, add this line define( 'WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', true); to dump them to the browser, too.

Categories : Wordpress

Django Social Auth redirects to error page
Nothing is your settings is standing out as being incorrect. I remember having similar issues getting Facebook and django-social-auth to play nicely together when I first implemented it. The problem ended up not being with Django or django-social-auth, but rather with how my app was configured on Facebook's end. If this is a problem you are only experiencing in a test environment (localhost), then try reading this post and see if it helps resolve your issue; the culprit may be that the Site URL on Facebook is set to localhost (which Facebook does not support).

Categories : Django

Wicket dropdown menu without form - click option redirects to another page
You can add an AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior to your dropdown to cause the selection to trigger an action, such as page redirection. DropDownChoice projectLinksDropDown = new DropDownChoice("projectLinks", new Model(selectedProjectLink), projectLinkOptionList); projectLinksDropDown.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior("onChange") { @Override protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) { selectedProjectLink = (ProjectLink) getFormComponent().getConvertedInput(); setResponsePage(selectedProjectLink.getRedirectPage()); } } this.add(projectLinksDropDown); The cool thing with the AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior that I am not taking advantage of in my example above is that you can do partial page refresh to hide/show/update panels without having to

Categories : Java

Getting HtmlUnit to list all of the elements including redirects requested after page load
You can inherit from WebConnectionWrapper class like: public class WebConnectionFilter:WebConnectionWrapper { public override WebResponse getResponse(WebRequestSettings settings) { String currentRequestUrl = settings.getUrl(); // Do whatever you want with URL return base.getResponse(settings); } } Then you can use this class like: WebClient client = getNewClient(); client.setWebConnection(new WebConnectionFilter(client)); Now any request out of WebClient passes through getResponse method PS: I'm not using the latest version of HtmlUnit, so the name of WebConnectionWrapper class may be changed in newer versions.

Categories : Java

Application redirects to "cart" page after removing "Delivery" Step in Spree 2.0.0?
I found a solution it is a known issue. Check it on github https://github.com/huoxito/spree/commit/505e256967f1ae79fee61e2dc2eca8ad91cdd9cf Here is the solution. Step 1: Override Spree checkout_controller "before_payment" method by creating a decorator file in app/controllers/spree/checkout_controller_decorator.rb Srep 2: Paste following code in it. Spree::CheckoutController.class_eval do def before_payment if @order.checkout_steps.include? "delivery" packages = @order.shipments.map { |s| s.to_package } @differentiator = Spree::Stock::Differentiator.new(@order, packages) @differentiator.missing.each do |variant, quantity| @order.contents.remove(variant, quantity) end end end end Thanks to Spree community.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

'window.location.replace' redirects to the given page but destroies the session from php (Chrome only)?
Don't use .replace() for this, just assign the value directly. This is fix: window.location = "http://localhost/Underground/01.InProgress/ES-dictionary/public/index.php";

Categories : PHP

spring security redirects to last requested page after login session timeout
Add the always-use-default-target attribute to your form-login tag. <form-login always-use-default-target="true" /> If set to true, the user will always start at the value given by default-target-url, regardless of how they arrived at the login page. Maps to the alwaysUseDefaultTargetUrl property of UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter. Default value is false.

Categories : Spring

How to select some rows if one condition is true and others if another condition is true?
The union should do just fine, for example for your first example (this will work only if tables a, b and c have similar column order and types): select a.* from a left join b on a.id=b.id where b.id=:MY_PARAMETER UNION select c.* from c where c.id=:Another_Parameter and not exists(select a.* from a left join b on a.id=b.id where b.id=:MY_PARAMETER) UNION select b.* from b where not exists (select c.* from c where c.id=:Another_Parameter and not exists(select a.* from a left join b on a.id=b.id where b.id=:MY_PARAMETER)) and not exists (select a.* from a left join b on a.id=b.id where b.id=:MY_PARAMETER) In order to build more effective query, I need more specific example. SELECT a.* FROM a INNER JOIN b ON a.id = b.id WHERE b.id = :MY_PARAMETER UNION SELECT a.* FROM a INNER JOIN b ON

Categories : SQL

Possible problems with using Async="true" on ASP.Net Page without certain need
Please see full post at; The Dangers of Implementing Recurring Background Tasks In ASP.NET There are three main risks, one of which I’ll focus on in this blog post. 1- An unhandled exception in a thread not associated with a request will take down the process. This occurs even if you have a handler setup via the Application_Error method. I’ll try and explain why in a follow-up blog post, but this is easy to deal with. 2- If you run your site in a Web Farm, you could end up with multiple instances of your app that all attempt to run the same task at the same time. A little more challenging to deal with than the first item, but still not too hard. One typical approach is to use a resource common to all the servers, such as the database, as a synchronization

Categories : Asp Net

TRUE single checkout page on BigCommerce
I could get the top three accordions open at the same time (the bottom ones are shipping methods and order confirmations, which I think are tied to the previous steps) $('.ExpressCheckoutBlockCollapsed').addClass('ExpressCheckoutBlockCompleted') $('.ExpressCheckoutBlockCollapsed').removeClass('ExpressCheckoutBlockCollapsed') I think if you have this code trigger on the checkout page, it might help a little. Regarding changing the order of elements, chrome console shows the following IDs associated with these elements, can't you anchor them to different locations, as you need it? $('.ExpressCheckoutBlockCollapsed').addClass('ExpressCheckoutBlockCompleted') [ <div class=​"Clear ExpressCheckoutBlock ExpressCheckoutBlockCompleted" id=​"CheckoutStepBillingAddress" style=​"cursor:

Categories : Javascript

JQuery Function not firing on page load it works only after i refresh page or re-visit the same page again
Well I got the general gist of your question but the entire question description is pretty confusing so I'll try to just help you out where I think it counts. var leftbar = $(".pg-left-bar").height(); var rightbar = $(".pg-right-bar").height(); if (leftbar >= rightbar) { $(".pg-right-bar").css({ "height": leftbar + "px" }) }else{ $(".pg-left-bar").css({ "height": rightbar + "px" }) } I omitted your magic numbers and the other code to make the change apparent but I think your issue was due to the lack of "px" being concatenated to the ends of your css declarations. If this isn't the issue would you mind showing a full example.

Categories : Javascript

how can I pass a variable from an input box on one page to another page and use this info to perform a search on page 2?
Did you try and search for the answer first? This should help you... Link to your question that has already been answered

Categories : PHP

With Flying Saucer, how do I generate a pdf with a page number and page total on every page at the footer?
In your html, you need to put this somewhere in the body tag: <div id="footer"> page <span id="pagenumber"></span> of <span id="pagecount"></span> </div> And this should be your css/style: #footer { position: running(footer); text-align: right; } @page { @bottom-right { content: element(footer); } } #pagenumber:before { content: counter(page); } #pagecount:before { content: counter(pages); } You can learn more about that @bottom-right option here.

Categories : Java

search form that redirects to search results page, rails
You can do it like this: <%= form_tag "http://www.stackoverflow.com/questions", :method => 'get',:id => "products_search" do %> Put whatever you need in place of that URL. for more info please look at the form_tag helper documentation But if you need actually to be trough that path you were using, you have to use a redirect or a forwarding. For using a forwarding just call the name of the next action near the end of that action yuo are calling. Something like: def another_action ... end def product ... another_action end For using a redirect just do it like: def products redirect_to another_action end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

how to display a coming soon page when a page doesn't have an index page using htaccess
I'm guessing that for http://domain1.com/, you've got the document root pointed to /domain1.com/, which means it will never be able to access files outside of the document root. You'll need to move the comingsoon.php file to the /domain1.com/ folder and include the same ErrorDocument. Another option is to include the full hostname in the original error document: ErrorDocument 403 http://maindomain.com/comingsoon.php But this will change the location in the browser's address bar.

Categories : Htaccess

How can the Page Size, Page Orientation, and Page Margins of an ods Spreadsheet Be Set Using ODFDOM?
The necessary calls can be made to some of the underlying ODF objects which the SpreadsheetDocument provides access to. First, we need to get the proper document properties reference (for all examples, "spreadsheet" is a reference to a created SpreadsheetDocument): StyleMasterPageElement defaultPage = spreadsheet.getOfficeMasterStyles().getMasterPage("Default"); String pageLayoutName = defaultPage.getStylePageLayoutNameAttribute(); OdfStylePageLayout pageLayoutStyle = defaultPage.getAutomaticStyles().getPageLayout(pageLayoutName); PageLayoutProperties pageLayoutProps = PageLayoutProperties.getOrCreatePageLayoutProperties(pageLayoutStyle); Then, we can set the various properties, such as margins, orientation, and height/width. Note that the height and width values seem to

Categories : Java

Wordpress Posts per page if condition met
What you want to do is filter the posts in the query itself using meta_query. $args = array( 'post_type' => 'activities', 'meta_query' => array( 'key' => 'rw_activities_page', 'value'=> $postid, 'compare'=>'=' ), 'orderby' => 'date', 'order' =>'ASC', 'posts_per_page' => 3); You might need to adjust the meta_key if that's not exactly the value it's using.

Categories : Wordpress

how to validate the web page from jquery using if condition
Try the depends option $("#aspnetForm").validate({ rules: { '<%=FullNameTextBox.UniqueID %>': { required: true }, '<%=StateDropDownList.UniqueID %>': { selectNone: true, required: true }, '<%=CityDropDownList.UniqueID %>': { selectNone: { param: true, depends: function () { return $('#<%=StateDropDownList.UniqueID %>').val() == 1 } }, required: { param: true, depends: function () { return $('#<%=StateDropDownList.UniqueID %>').val() == 1 } } }, '<%=FeedBackTextBox.Uniqu

Categories : Jquery

Thymeleaf page if condition checking possible?
Using Thymeleaf the if use like this <div th:if="${s.questionPattern ==q.questionPattern.questionPattern }"> there is no need for the # symbol.

Categories : HTML

Condition replacement of text in page
Since you're in JavaScript, you already have access to the DOM. Why would you try using Regexes??? Just iterate through text nodes, ignoring existing links: (function(elem) { var recurse = arguments.callee, nodes = elem.childNodes, l = nodes.length, i, t, getLink = function() { var a = document.createElement('a'), s = document.createElement('span'); a.href = "#"; a.className = "tooltip"; a.appendChild(document.createTextNode(studyWord)); s.className = "classic"; s.appendChild(document.createTextNode(nativeWord)); a.appendChild(s); return a; }; for( i=0; i<l; i++) { switch(nodes[i].nodeType) { case 1: // element - recurse, but not if alread

Categories : Javascript

If condition not working in HTML page with C# code
You need to start with @... @foreach (Message userMessage in UserMessages) { and... @if(userMessage.Message.MessageText.Length <= 10) { Without it at the start, the if( is still treated as HTML. The @ symbol identifies the start of your Razor syntax (i.e. C# code) and will continue to be a razor code block until an appropriate terminator has been reached. There are a number of ways to move it back to HTML, the one most commonly seen in your example is to include a html tag, such as <td>. Here is the complete version of your code, hopefully it will help you understand how it should work: <table> //due to the table tag, we are current inside HTML //so we need to use the @ symbol to move back to razor syntax @foreach (Message userMessage in UserMessages) {

Categories : C#

Page break in rdlc report with Condition
You will need to have a group based on Bin - you may already have one. In the Bin group properties, make sure Page Breaks -> Page break options is set to Between each instance of a group:

Categories : C#

parallax refreshing the page not taking the page to the landing page
Did you try: document.getElementById("body").scrollTop = 0; If this doesn't work, you may want to replace the "body" element id with the id of the container of your parallax section. If you need parallax-specific scrolling help, my company and I have a list of parallax tutorials at http://potentpages.com/parallax-tutorials/. You will likely want the jQuery section. A tutorial there may be able to help you if the "scrollTop" solution doesn't work.

Categories : Misc

how to check for condition on each page after a user has logged in in django
Look into implementing a decorator for the view you are interested in restricting access to - Django provides some decorators that are useful. If you do not find one that fits your needs perfectly, consider writing a custom one. Edit: To reduce the number of database hits, you should save the results in the cache/session.

Categories : Django

How can I redirect an user to a specific page if a condition is required
You could write your own AuthorizeAttribute and redirect the user from there which means it's as simple as decorating your action i.e. public class ConfirmedUsersOnly: AuthorizeAttribute { protected override bool AuthorizeCore(HttpContextBase httpContext) { var loggedInUser = // pull user from storage return httpContext.User.Identity.IsAuthenticated && loggedInUser.confirmed; } protected override void HandleUnauthorizedRequest(AuthorizationContext filterContext) { if (!filterContext.HttpContext.Request.IsAuthenticated) { // handle normal unauthorized redirect (e.g. login page) base.HandleUnauthorizedRequest(filterContext); } else { // redirect users who are logged in bu

Categories : C#

Extjs Grid - Click next page button with search condition
If you use params in the "load" function of the store, those are referred to the single request only so if you click next page of the toolbar you won't post the signalSearch param. You should register a custom listener on the before load event and add your params: initComponent: function(){ .... this.callParent(arguments); this.store.addListener('beforeload', function(store, operation){ Ext.apply(operation.params, { signalSearch: 1 // Or you could make conditions if apply this search param }); return true; }, this); }

Categories : Search

adding check condition to code every time page is visited
just try $(document).ready(function(){ var str="<!--"; if($("a.video-in-link").indexOf(str)==-1) { //not found //then add comment and href } else { //found } } if u have multiple href then $("a.video-in-link").each(function() { var item=$(this); if($(item).indexOf(str)==-1) { } });

Categories : Jquery

Condition based on matched text on the current page in RAILS
If i understand you correctly, just assign a random variable with the HELLO WORLD string, then compare it elsewhere: <% random_string = 'HELLO WORLD' %> <b><%= random_string %> <% if current_page?(question_path) && random_string.include?('HELLO') %> <b>GOT IT<b/> <% else %> ... <% end %>

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Avoid page submission on button click if condition false in javascript
I think you're looking for something like: <form id="myForm" onsubmit="return validateForm();"> <input type="text" id="textfield"/> <button type="submit">submit</button> </form> <script> function validateForm(){ var value=parseInt(document.getElementById('textfield').value); if(value>100){ alert('value is no good. larger then 100'); return false; } } </script> If you can show me your code I'd be happy to help you implementing such a feature.

Categories : Javascript

Access function in a JS page from another JS page on page load
Scripts are loaded asynchronously, so you never know which file will load first. Most probably one with less bytes. If you want to load scripts in order you provide, use library like requirejs.

Categories : Jquery

In Rails, does Eagerloading apply to the where condition on the query ? how do improve performance of the app, apart from using page caching?
1) First of all, find(:first) has been deprecated for a long time. It's actually finally going away in Rails 4. Here's how this query would look in the modern era (shamelessly copied from meagar's comment): Metainstance. where(:file_or_folder_id => some.id, :dataset_id => dataset_id). includes(:file_or_folder, :dataset) So, on to the question: Eager loading in this way means that the following will happen: First, Rails will load the Metainstances that match the conditions of the query. Second, it will load all of the FileOrFolders that are associated with the Metainstances fetched in the first query (not any others). Finally, it will load all of the Datasets associated with those Metainstances. I think this means that the answer to your question is "Yes, eager loading appl

Categories : Ruby On Rails



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