Peng Zhang on December 1st, 2010

After setting up various tests, googling, tinkering with bits of html and css, I was able to nail down the cause of this nasty nagging alert – “This page contains secure and nonsecure items” in Internet Explorer (IE). I was suspecting that any “http://” references anywhere in the html page, referenced javascript and css files [...]

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Peng Zhang on September 22nd, 2009

Suppose you have a form in your html page like below. Notice it is without a name attribute. <form id=”myform” action=”formhandler.php”> <input type=”hidden” name=”cityname” value=”"> </form> If you are using this syntax to access the values of input elements inside a form like this: document.myform.cityname.value = “toronto”; it will not work in either Firefox 3.5 [...]

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