Might I note that I suggest you read the 'how to post' entries on top of each forum, before posting.
[EDIT]My bad, there is no 'how to post' on this forum. However, have a look at the C# forum and check out the 'how to post' there. it also counts here.[/EDIT]
i am trapping the drop event and in the function i am saving the drop panel state, problem is when this event is fired there is still an injected placeholder element that wont be there after the drop is completed...
I cant find an event that fires on drop completed! have i missed something? anyone have an idea?
JavaOne and Oracle Develop conference is taking place at Hyderabad this year on 3-4 may 2012(Link: http://bit.ly/yOyqHw). I wasn’t able to make it last year but hoping to catch tracks on JAVA ME and User Experience technologies this year. Hoping to see some of you guys there
so ".name" would appear like a property, and the valueOf()-function would be called implicitly as kind of a "get"-accessor.
But no matter how hard I try, i can´t figure out how I can determine from within the valueOf() method, which function was originally called and which´s name is to be extracted.
Sorry, but I can only say I hope you will not get a solution ever, as my next page is none of your business!
Besides, what if the visitor closes his browser or his browser tab? When he does, there isn't a next page.
A better approach could be this: have each of your pages ask the question under some conditions, such as:
1. ask it only once
2. ask it only when the visitor has been on your site for more than 2 minutes
3. ask it only when the visitor has been on the same page for more than 20 seconds
What variables store these conditions / time on page?
You have to code that yourself. You could start a timer when the page loads, show your message when the timer expires, or pass on the time when you leave to the next page of your site, so it can load its timer with the value carried over (through cookie or URL). And I haven't actually done any of this, as I don't like such reminders at all...