I need to refresh a div which contains an ad while the rest of the page stays the same. I think I'm pretty close by reading the previous posts on this site, but one odd thing is tripping me up and I can't figure out why. When I call my function to refresh the div, it replaces everything on the page instead of just swapping out the div. I'd appreciate any help from you js experts!
//adds the advertisement graphic above the ad when it loads. document.getElementById("adLabel").innerHTML = "<img src='http://www.example.com/images/adv_180x9.gif' width='180' height='9' alt='Advertisement'>";
OK Thanks for the direction…I set up an XMLHTTPRequest object and I'm able to test local files, but when I put the full URL to our ad server in, the ononreadystatechange function doesn't fire, even for an error. I've tried using 'GET' & 'POST' and neither seem to work. The server's address is on the same domain as I'm using to test, but their subdomains are different, i.e. foo.example.com, and bar.example.com. Can anyone offer any suggestions?
[edited by: DrDoc at 7:28 am (utc) on July 28, 2007] [edit reason] Examplified URLs [/edit]