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    Question Next Page without leaving page

    Underneath a YouTube video there are comments, when you click on Page2 the next page loads without leaving the video page and the video is still playing here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FF8y5mw7h7I

    I know it's NOT flash because i uninstalled flash and i can still change comment pages without leaving the video page. Are the next page buttons HTML or javascript or AJAX?

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    Try to look here: http://jquery.com/

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    Yeah it's a JQuery (JS) addon similar to the jquery slider used for images. Pretty easy to install and setup. As above have a read over JQuery and learn it before you start dabbling
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    i found this on the jquery site:

    http://docs.jquery.com/Browser_Compatibility

    It says jQuery supports IE6+, but it doesn't actually say if jquery support is integrated into IE6. For example, AJAX is integrated into IE5+ (http://www.tutorialspoint.com/ajax/a...er_support.htm) so users don't have to download any plugins, but is jquery integrated into IE6+ ?

    And are there any alternative ways to do this WITHOUT jquery or flash like iFrame etc?

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    Yeah it would be using PHP pagination. Do a quick google search
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan14 View Post
    i found this on the jquery site:

    http://docs.jquery.com/Browser_Compatibility

    It says jQuery supports IE6+, but it doesn't actually say if jquery support is integrated into IE6. For example, AJAX is integrated into IE5+ (http://www.tutorialspoint.com/ajax/a...er_support.htm) so users don't have to download any plugins, but is jquery integrated into IE6+ ?

    And are there any alternative ways to do this WITHOUT jquery or flash like iFrame etc?
    jQuery isn't integrated into any browser. It is not an add-on or plugin which needs to be supported by the browser. It is a JavaScript Library which simply is a bunch of JavaScript functions put together which you can use it your web applications. Since it is just a bunch of JavaScript it should work in any browser that supports JavaScript and AJAX - including IE6.

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    also php.. why not php
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    Quote Originally Posted by ocwebguru View Post
    also php.. why not php
    Because if you use php without javascript, the next page will leave the video page.

    jquery is a javascript framework, it's not a browser plugin like adobe flash or microsoft silverlight. The internet user doesn't need to download the plugin, the javascript option on the browser needs to be enabled though.

    Comparison of JavaScript frameworks: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari...ipt_frameworks

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