Posted by: Will, 4/25/2007 3:17:42 AM
Click the ie error notification icon and post the error message....it maybe/maynot unrelated.
Posted by: Will, 4/16/2007 10:38:49 AM
URL: www.thecoasthost.com.au/developer/ after Bill's initial post regarding the zip code calculator :http://www.4u2ges.com/forum/forum_viewpost.asp?tid=2986&fid=105&rid=0&pid=&nid=&rt=16 I spent a little ...
Posted by: Will, 4/16/2007 11:39:34 AM
sydney wrote: i was doing a test on it so i set search 50 k from punchbowl comes up with no results than i search in 75k that gave me 3 results. There are only those 4 ads on the site and all are central ...
Posted by: Will, 4/16/2007 12:23:29 PM
btw, you can experiment with 1680 australian locations: http://thecoasthost.com.au/developer/distance.asp?zip1=Punchbowl&zip2=Perth&B1=Calculate+Distance
Posted by: Will, 4/16/2007 9:28:44 PM
Hi Bill, The mod could be used as is for any country, different package depending on miles or km's distance calculations. The database structure is the same, I'm an Aussie so i'm no expert on no-AU locations/postcodes ...
Posted by: Will, 4/16/2007 9:57:59 PM
btw, the UK and US postcode appear to be unique, ie multiple location names, but each location has its own postcode, this is different for AU where postcode 2250 can have 50+ locations or suburbs. Without ...
Posted by: Will, 4/18/2007 3:59:01 AM
Here's the source data i'm using http://www.sixfive.co.uk/index.cfm/2007/3/25/Geocoding-Australian-Postcodes
Posted by: Will, 4/18/2007 4:02:06 AM
Chris has one here http://www.4u2ges.com/forum/forum_viewpost.asp?tid=2986&fid=105&rid=8&pid=3124&nid=3123
Posted by: Will, 4/18/2007 12:40:24 PM
working on an interesting drill down type feature. In the "From Zip:" field in the top right portal http://www.thecoasthost.com.au/developer/default.asp enter postcode between range 2250 to 2269 (some ...
Posted by: Will, 4/20/2007 9:45:21 AM
Its a cvs file, so still needs to be formatted and is not complete data, so no it does'nt cut out Chris's database . ....Maybe someone will post the code for city search.... go right ahead crusty, its ...
Posted by: Will, 4/12/2007 11:08:12 AM
You have not named your option select . <form action="advsearch.asp" name="zsearch" method="get" style="margin:0;"> <b>Search For Ads within:</b><br> <select size="1" name="RDM" ...
Posted by: Will, 4/12/2007 11:14:06 AM
quick google search found a combo box. Might be useful for your situation: http://particletree.com/features/upgrade-your-select-element-to-a-combo-box/
Posted by: Will, 4/4/2007 11:43:09 AM
Doesn't work for me.... US/California/SF is the only options, i'm not seeing it work the way i was expecting.
Posted by: Will, 4/4/2007 11:52:19 AM
maxonp wrote: If more countries, states, cities were added you'd see it. It gives you the idea how it works. there's 1000's of items, you'd think they'd have a few setup....can only ***ume it works ...
Posted by: Will, 4/4/2007 11:47:38 AM
Wow, not cheap and your not allowed access to the scripts.
Posted by: Will, 4/4/2007 12:11:25 PM
ansari wrote: I think you can do that with option builder in RC Your correct, yes you can. But I'm guessing the search is filtered down maybe using ajax, depending on what options are selected. For example ...
Posted by: Will, 4/4/2007 12:19:58 PM
Looking at the source, yes it uses Ajax mthods to fill select fields.
Posted by: Will, 3/27/2007 12:27:14 PM
You don't need to change anything in admin_config.asp, simply upload the new css style sheet to the applications root and it will automatically be detected and presented in the style dropdown list.
Posted by: Will, 3/18/2007 11:27:03 AM
Hi Bill, No sure if i can help but I'll ask the obvious.....have you configured IIS for your new machine and if so can you run aspx scripts from localhost?
Posted by: Will, 3/13/2007 10:37:28 AM
I just registered on your site ok using (bogus): email@example.com ?