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From "Alejandro Decchi" <adec...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Running JS in Apache
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2007 17:42:27 GMT
Hello Joshua.
I do not think that does not exist the javascript in the correct place,
because I copy the web aplication from the web server where the aplication
is runing ok
Need i install javascript in apache ? How can i do it ?
I am newbie


On 4/3/07, Joshua Slive <joshua@slive.ca> wrote:
>
> On 4/3/07, Alejandro Decchi <adecchi@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a apache server with php , glib, libxml2, Rlib .The aplication is
> > writen in PHP and the login is write in javascript(JS).Whe i browse de
> > index.php i can not see the login windows , i supose it is because i
> have
> > not install something about javascript because in the other server where
> the
> > aplication is running it is running ok.
> > Can sonmeone give me a help ?
>
> So the browser is failing to execute the javascript. In general, the
> server could influence this in only two ways that I can imagine: 1) an
> included javascript file doesn't exist in the correct place on the
> server or is otherwise failing to be delivered -- check your apache
> error log; or 2) the mime-type on an included javascript file isn't
> set correctly -- see the AddType directive.
>
> As general advice:
> 1) This isn't a good place to get help with primarily client-side
> technologies like javascript. You should look for a more appropriate
> forum.
> 2) Having a login form that doesn't work at all with javascript
> disabled is probably a bad idea.
>
> Joshua.
>
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