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AJAX - images opposite the suggest dropdown

AJAX - images opposite the suggest dropdown

AJAX - images opposite the suggest dropdown

hi guys, first my apologies as i posted this question on the php forum but thought later that it's more appropriate it here.

i am experimenting on this ajax auto suggest:



i want to have an image of the flag opposite of a country's name. how do i do that?

Any ideas? i am no good in javascript

RE: AJAX - images opposite the suggest dropdown


AJAX is used to transfer data processed by JavaScript. Your images will never be processed by JavaScript, so your question is off-topic here. Modifying the ajax_option_list_buildList() function is plain JavaScript task, which can be discussed in forum216: Javascript .

By the way, I still not see what you tried so far. One hint anyway : try changing the value assigned to div.innerHTML in ajax-dynamic-list.js, line 122 :

CODE --> ajax-dynamic-list.js, line 122

div.innerHTML = items[items.length-1];
( Mentioning that your question was already posted in the PHP forum is a good thing. Even better is to post a reference to thread434-1562348: Google Suggest , so those interested can easily read what was discussed before. )


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