Use mwl instead of jQuery.
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Use mwl instead of jQuery.
It's not possible.
Since you are using Mobile JAVA, try
My guess: This post it is not about an Asha/Series 40 WebApp.
If it is: I don't think that is's possible to access local pictures that are not packaged into the app.
While I was testing one of my Asha WebApps on my Nokia Asha 311, the mobile offered me to update the browser. The new version of the xPress Browser is 3.2 and therefor even ahead of the version in...
Wow, very impressive. I have to download it and try it.
Fortunately it is not an WebApp ;-)
If you don't give us something to work with, we can't help you!
Please reduce your app as much as possible (so that basically only the error is left) and upload it somewhere.
That is strange. How do you do the AJAX call? Where do you test it?
Can you upload a test case?
It is working for me in the JAVA Emulator (501) and on my Asha 311.
Okay, the way you try to do it, it will not work. But there is a pretty simple workaround.
Instead of trying to automatically call the function after the download, you do the following:
Only mwl-calls will be done without a refresh.
Oh god, this is such a sad statement. I really cannot understand how ANYONE at Nokia had allowed to ship a product with such an behavior. Which consumer will understand that when he clicks a link in...
There was no need for you to say it, since there is no other browser which could start (unless you mean this web kit garbage nobody ever would chose to use)
And you would have no guarantee that...
A calculator without refreshing the page will not be possible.
You really need to learn to write better questions. I have NO idea what you are talking about.
Hi, I have the KILLER idea for the #NokiaFuture contest, unfortunately I lack most of the skills for programming this app, I'm more the WebApp guy...
If you're a developer who has the skill to...
Seriously? Nobody in this forum has developed an Asha WebApp he's proud to show?
Please try to ask questions in a manner that you give the information needed to help you.
text-overlow:ellipsis; does nothing at the moment, sorry for giving you this advise.
you misunderstood the concept of MWL. It is a list of functions which can be used without a roundtrip. It cannot call any other function without a roundtrip.
Basically all mwl does is adding or...
You should read this: http://www.w3schools.com/css/
Increase the button size or decrease the text length.
In addition you could try overflow: hidden and text-overflow: ellipsis
And to make the first step, I present you:
Kshan Hope is my interpretation of #2instawithlove. It is done as an Asha WebApp and pushes the boundaries of what you can do with a WebApp....
Not possible at the moment and I think it'll never come.
Not possible at the moment.
But would be a nice addition, indeed.
Can you test this code in a normal browser? Does it work there?
Maybe Nokia Browser doesn't support multiple background images.