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Thread: How add "No wrap - in <head>" in JS.

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    Default How add "No wrap - in <head>" in JS.

    Hello,
    since a few days I sit on this problem - it is probably simple but I'm just starting to "play" with JS. I do not know how to implement manually "No wrap - in <head>" to the JS code (I searched a lot of sites). An example is here [jsfiddle.net - tip:yP4pH]. When I set to "onLoad" moving manu does not work (I heard standard JS is set up to "onLoad"), when I give "No wrap - in <head>" menu works on the example. The strange thing is that it runs locally on the PC without the implementation of the "No wrap - in <head>" but if I throw it on the website does not work...


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    Default Re: How add "No wrap - in <head>" in JS.

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    JavaScript != Java

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