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Dynamically updating html

In this case, use the below: The key here is the property "options.length", which automatically adds 1 to the current length of the select element.This lets you add new options to the end of the select element without knowing any info about its existing length.This is in our main forward lookup zone [AD integrated].Also, when I check the timestamp info on a DNS record, it is not consistent across all DNS servers.May I recommend you use the secure method to dynamically update DNS so noone takes advantage of a vulnerability? Hi, On the DNS Servers that are experiencing the issues are there any errors in the event logs identifying this issue?The following link details information on using Dynamic updates in a Windows 2003 network its worth double checking your configuration of DNS is correct: Regards yes, I've seen that article and it is a good one.In this tutorial, lets look at how this is done, and also, how to create a 2 level interdependent select list using the technique. The basic technique for changing a select element's content using Java Script is a two part process.

It forms the basis of implementing inter-dependant select menus, where the selection of one menu changes the contents of another.

I don't know the fix or why that happens on cloning. Chris, none of these computers are disabled, so that would not apply here.

Again, for somer reason, the timestamp date on DNS records in the forward lookup AD integrated zone are not consistent across the domain controllers.

Using DHCP is the older method and NOT the prefered way many administrators.

But, using DHCP will update a DNS record's time stamp each time the DHCP lease is renewed.

2) Repopulate the select menu with new options (aka content), using the Option() constructor on each option: document.myform.master.options[0]=new Option("Sports", "sportsvalue", true, false) document.myform.master.options[1]=new Option("Music", "musicvalue", false, false) document.myform.master.options[2]=new Option("Movies", "moviesvalue", false, false) The select menu is now repopulated with 3 new entries ("Sports", "Music", and "Movies").

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