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I've discovered this error msg in Netscape
Error: container has no properties
Source File: http://localhost:8080/xlinksim/javascript/menu.js
Line: 93
Not sure what it means? Hopefully it'll be of some help.
I�m new to all this and convinced I�m making a fundamental mistake so hopefully somebody here can�t point it out to me.
I found the following website which explains how to add a nice popup menu to your website.
I stepped through the following steps
To begin, add the following line of code into your web page:
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.2" SRC="/openstudio/lib/menu.js"></SCRIPT>
Next, create a menu object by using the JavaScript new operator and the Menu() constructor, as follows:
var myMenu = new Menu();
This statement creates a menu object called myMenu. You can add "menu items" to your newly created menu object with the addMenuItem() method, which is built into the Menu component. For example:
myMenu.addMenuItem("my item");
To continue adding menu items, keep calling addMenuItem(), as shown in the following sample script.
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.2">
var myMenu = new Menu();
myMenu.addMenuItem("my menu item A");
myMenu.addMenuItem("my menu item B");
myMenu.addMenuItem("my menu item C");
myMenu.addMenuItem("my menu item D");
display myMenu !When I click this link in IE I see my sample menu but not in Netscape
Now this works fine when I use IE 6 SP1 but does nothing but look at me when I use Netscape 7.01.
Can somebody tell me what I�m doing wrong please.
Thanks in advance for any help
It�s almost midnight, it�s Saturday, I should be out enjoying myself instead I�m a grown man on the verge of a nervous breakdown. At the moment I think Tomcat is the work of the devil, rant over now my question.
I need to have tomcat running locally as my final year project at college will use servlets. I�ve installed Tomcat and I can run all the jsp and servlet examples and I can also publish web pages but when I compile an and place the HelloWWW.class in C:\Java\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\classes, I get the following message
HTTP Status 404 - /servlet/HelloWWW
type Status report
message /servlet/HelloWWW
description The requested resource (/servlet/HelloWWW) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/4.1.17-LE-jdk14
I can�t even access any file in this directory. But I�ve tried placing the class file else where i.e. where the examples and that also doesn�t work.
I�m completely stuck I followed the instructions on this website
successfully until �Compile and Test Some Simple Servlets�, from then on everything goes pear shaped.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I now going home to cry myself to sleep as this is ^%&ing sole destroying.
Thanks in advance for any help
18 years ago