Set The Visibility Of HTML Items By ID
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Yes No Checkboxes With Automatic Uncheck
The following article explains how to create sets of Yes No checkboxes that are mutually exclusive. That is when you check the Yes box the corresponding No box is unchecked.
Read And Write Text Files Using VBScript
This example code shows how you can use VBScript to read and write standard text files. It can be used for reading lines from one file, processing them and then writing them back to another file.
Check, Uncheck Checkboxes By Name
Using the name attribute the function below can be used to either select all, select none or toggle a number of checkboxes using either buttons or text links.
APEX Delete Confirmation Dialog Box
SQL Developer Worksheet And Ampersands
If you attempt to run SQL queries in a SQL worksheet and that query includes ampersands then SQL Developer will prompt you for bind variable values. Here is the solution.
APEX URL Construction And Parameters
The Oracle Application Express URL contains a number of parameters. These parameters are documented but the summary below is quick guide to get you started.
Get Min-Height Property To Work In IE
The CSS standard allows you to specify a minimum height of an element. This works fine in proper browsers such as Firefox. In Internet Explorer 6 it doesn't work properly.
Get The Width Of The Browser Window
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