desparate.....need help Enabling/disabling style sheets remotely..... how to do it?
The standard method for enabling (showing) and disabling (hiding) a css style sheet is this:
This method is used to change background pictures on a web page to other ones, say, if a user clicks a button or selects a drop-down option.
You can have two css files with two different pictures, styleSheets and styleSheets, and hide and swap them to make the picture change.
However, "document" always refers to the current window you are in. If a web page has multiple windows (controlled by different css files), does anyone know how to disable the stylesheet of a Different window than the one you are in?
[the other window on the page].document.stylesheets.disabled=true??
? ? ? ? ?
That way, you can click a button or change the drop down on one window, and have it affect the PICTURE in the other window.
I have an application written by other people (who can't be reached ever) and it has multiple windows on it......each with its own css file.
I want to do something on one window (change a drop-down box), and have it enable/disable stylesheets with their background pictures on the other.
I've been stuck on this for days.
Thanks for any help!
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By Leith in forum Architecture and Design
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