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andrew11099

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is there anyway to use javascript or something simmilar to use with firefox.

firefox has the ability to select which script to use and if nothing else i want them using my right click menu script and i know all the other ways of saving website pics etc but just to display a menu or even to disable highlight and disable right click would be great

any help or links will be great thanks
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Yes you can use javascript in FF, go to tools - options- web features then tick javascript. I use NoSCript to control which JS scripts I run (https://addons.mozil...ication=firefox). I don't know if this is what you want. If not please explain further
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Yes you can use javascript in FF, go to tools - options- web features then tick javascript. I use NoSCript to control which JS scripts I run (https://addons.mozil...ication=firefox). I don't know if this is what you want. If not please explain further.

http://www.noscript.net/
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Yes you can use javascript in FF, go to tools - options- web features then tick javascript. I use NoSCript to control which JS scripts I run (https://addons.mozil...ication=firefox). I don't know if this is what you want. If not please explain further.

http://www.noscript.net/
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i know firefox can chose which script to run but im building a website that scripts are a apart of it like the menu for the web pages. eg making a picture zoom in when the mouse is over it. if javascript is disabled the picture will not zoom in.
could u use something like css or any form of code to make custom features like javescript on a web site with out using javascript.
does anybody know of anything to help
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this may not answer your zoom question directly, but could save a lot of grief in the long run. javascript is a client side language. some javascript code must be tweaked to run on different browsers(FF, IE, netscape). php is a server side language. it only has to run correctly on the server - independent of the user's browser. so, you might consider using a web server that supports php.

here are a couple of links found with a google search on 'why use php':

http://www.hoboes.co.../WhyUsePHP.html

http://www.tldp.org/...whyphpnuke.html
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