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Posted on 2011-09-09
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I have the following java-script codes. it is working fine with alert msg.
I would like to stop alert msg and show the msg on the webpage
like
<body>
<span>something wrong</span>
</body>

Is that possible? Please show me how to do it. Thanks


function handleErrors() {
        if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_UNKNOWN_ADDRESS)
            alert("Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code);
        else if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_SERVER_ERROR)
            alert("Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code);
        else if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_MISSING_QUERY)
            alert("Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code);
        else if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_BAD_KEY)
            alert("Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code);
        else if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_BAD_REQUEST)
            alert("A directions request could not be successfully parsed.\n Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code);
        else alert("An unknown error occurred.");

    }
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<span id="span_ID" >something wrong</span>

function handleErrors() {
        if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_UNKNOWN_ADDRESS || gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_SERVER_ERROR || gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_MISSING_QUERY || gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_BAD_KEY)
        {
            document.getElementById("span_ID").innerHTML = "Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code;
        }
        else if (gdir.getStatus().code == G_GEO_BAD_REQUEST)
        {
            document.getElementById("span_ID").innerHTML = "A directions request could not be successfully parsed.\n Error code: " + gdir.getStatus().code;
        }
        else
        {
            document.getElementById("span_ID").innerHTML = "An unknown error occurred.";
        }
}

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by:Webboy2008
ID: 36514433
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/JavaScript/Q_27300973.html

Thanks, I have another easy question and see you have time for helps.
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