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I want to use one html file to display different images on the page by clicking two buttons. This button is named forward. The other button is named backward which will go render the previously displayed image.
Let�s use as an example. When the right arrow is clicked, a new page is displayed. What I need is no change on the html page. Only update the image where the red cross is located. So, jr039.html will display the image in jr040. and etc.
Currently the directory structure is:
I am working on two javascript problems and would like to have a few pointers. One is on the bookmarking a page. The second is on "flushing" out the data after clicking submit button.
I have a default.htm that uses 3 frames (top.htm, left.htm, and right1.html). After navigating several levels deep on the right side frame, I would book mark it. (So, from right1.htm went to right9.htm and book mark at right9.htm) With the smart IE, it is smart enough to return to the page I book mark. That is right9.htm. However, Netscape older version will always go to the main page. That is, the right side of the page is right1.htm .
Is there a way to have IE to do that (returning to right1.htm)? I have notice it is only the newer version of IE will do that.
Also, where can I find out more info. on programming ability of IE?
Thanks in advance.

Jonathan Lee
May be someone who is more experience can answer these...
1) Which DOM Error cond will be flagged by creating a DOM "Element" with the name "Bekery Item"?
2) Which is true for default template?
A. Build-in template rules for text and attribute nodes generate HTML markup.
B. Build-in template rules for processing and comments do noghing.
3) Which of the following is a result of using "xsl:apply-template" to process elements that are not descendants fo the current node?
A. a more efficient style sheet will be created.
B. possiblity arises of non_terminating loop.
C. Implementation will factor out "static content"
D. style sheet process will stop.
4) How does DOM implementation encode the "DOMSTRING"?
1) UTF-16
3) UTF-8
4) ECMA Script
5) When element can be appear as child of marry element with XSL query is Best?
A. Select
B. match
C. attribute
D. Node
Is there a good book go over the new technologies in short amount of time?
For those who have taken their exam 141 and 140, could you tell me what is the difference? I heard the questions is down to 50+. Are there new topics introduced in 141?