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Jan 23, 2007, 17:17 #1
Keeping the location of a 'drag-able' box between page loads
I am trying to make a floating "drag-able" navigation box that will seem not to reload between pages. I hope this make sense
The navigation is in a floating box that can be dragged as well as collapsed. And when you go from page to page the box will remain in the same location and in the same state (open or collapsed) ultimately creating the illusion that the nav box doesn't reload. Can this be done with JS? If so is the way to maintain the location with cookies or is there another way?
An example can be found at http://www.lineto.com/"You can just hang outside in the sun all day tossing a ball around...
Or you can sit at your computer and do something that matters."
Jan 23, 2007, 17:50 #2
cookies would be the only way I could think of without using a server language/dbthisplaceiknow.com - Search for and submit real-life places.
(Those are the ones that don't start with http://)
Jan 24, 2007, 15:42 #3
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Yup, onmouseup after the user drags the box, write a cookie.