I am doing a website for a client and part of it requires that the visitor is displayed a list of the nearest locations. This involves the use of the geo-locate function. Most browsers (desktop or mobile) require that the user select "Allow" or "Deny". Which is perfect. But if someone presses Deny just the once, then they do not get asked the question again.
What we would like to do is disregard the cache on the page every time they visit. By all means let them choose again if they wish to share their location or not. But we need to give them the option to decide everytime.
Our scripting guy is saying that they cannot use the no-cache no-store function to achieve this and there is no other way to do it so we just have to forget about it. I find this difficult to believe. There must be some way to either disregard a pages cache on load or to force the permission to be asked everytime.
If you are a web developer, you would be aware of the <iframe> tag in HTML. The <iframe> stands for inline frame and is used to embed another document within the current HTML document. The embedded document could be even another website.
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The viewer will learn how to create a basic form using some HTML5 and PHP for later processing.
Set up your basic HTML file. Open your form tag and set the method and action attributes.:
Set up your first few inputs one for the name and …