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I. AJAX with jQuery: Lecture 2 | 7:36 min
Last reply by: Professor Lei Thu May 23, 2013 10:01 PM
Post by Brian McClain on May 23, 2013
7:05: "Please make sure you know what the DOM is."7:15: "Don't worry if you don't know what that [the DOM] is."
Post by Professor Lei on September 13, 2012
yes jorge i wasnt kidding about the min reqs for this course!
Last reply by: Professor Lei Thu Sep 13, 2012 12:43 AM
Post by Jorge Guerrero on August 13, 2012
Again AJAS is not for beginners in any of the languages it uses. See Lesson 1 requirements. It's not something brought from another planet, either, just take it part by part.
Download the files from Lesson 3, as the code breaks, because of files NOT included in the Lesson 2 download files.
Last reply by: Jorge GuerreroMon Aug 13, 2012 12:50 AM
Post by Jorge Guerrero on April 1, 2012
Still not getting download files to work. XAMPP Apache is running, and the files are in the htdocs folder, so I'm directly accessing them on the server. Here's the error I get:Notice: Undefined variable: i in C:\Users\User\XAMPP\xampp\htdocs\AJAX_with_jQuery\Lesson 2\lesson2a.php on line 52I checked the code, and the error reporting is on these lines: <div class="clock" id="ticker1"><h2><?=$i; ></h2></div><div class="clock" id="ticker2"><h2><?= $j; ?></h2></div>
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