Browser IP Address, Latitude & Longitute information gathering

For a while now , i have been pondering how this could be done and if the results would be any use. What i am talking about is getting the users Latitude / Longitute & IP address that is running the survey. Now the first thing to mention is that it would not realy be their IP address, but the IP address or location of the machine that is used to connect to the internet. Anyway this is the code i came up with and i am sure it will be of use.

Another thing to mention is that if you are trying to run this on an intranet then it would not give you the results you wanted. It should be possible to design something similar and we may leave that for another article.

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Q & A : Using images in your progress bar

Every played around with images in your progress bars? One of our members is having problems and submitted this question.

Q: Have you guys ever worked with custom images being used in a progress bar? I am experimenting with progress bars and I cannot get my image to appear. In this article we will show you how to add a image to your progress bar

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Learn HTML : The Image/Template Cache

We will always want to add images into our surveys to perhaps show a company logo or some items of clothing that you are running the survey about. To get images into your surveys you could upload the images onto your company website and reference them from there, but that would require help from your web administrator. A better way to use images is to use the Image Cache that mrInterview provides.

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Learn HTML : mrInterview Tags (mrProgressBar)

Often if your survey is long you, will want to give your respondent some indication as to how far they are in the survey. To help you with this, mrInetrview provides you with a tag call mrProgressBar that you can place in your template.

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Learn HTML : mrInterview Tags (mrNavbar / mrNavButton)

We have created our templates and added our question tags in them, the last thing we need to do is to give our users a way of navigating the survey. To do this we need to add the mrNavBar tag into out template. This article tells us all we need to know.

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Learn HTML : mrInterview Tags ( mrData )

There are several ways we can use the mrData tags to display our question information. You can have one tag that shows all questions on the page under each other or we can break them up into individual questions and place them where we want. The last method is to break the question up into 3 question text, Responses and then any error messages, this article show us how

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Learn HTML : mrInterview Tags ( General )

In the past we have learnt how to create our templates and position items in them. Now we need to know how to position the mrInterview tags so that we can see the questions and use the navigation buttons. This article shows us how to use the basic tags and what they do

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Learn HTML : Fixing errors in your template

So far we have learnt all the basic HTML tags that can be used to create templates for our survey.  One thing that we have not checked yet is to see if the HTML code we have written  will work with mrInterview. This article is all about the different ways you can validate your document and make sure that it will display correctly.

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Learn HTML : Tables

In a couple of the “Learn HTML” articles was have touched on how difficult it is to place things in certain places on your web page. There are several ways to do this and the first way that we will discover is the use of html tables. This article will hopefully show you how to place just about anything you like anywhere you want.

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