netscape.security.PrivilegeManager.enablePrivilege("UniversalBrowserRead");before it sends any Ajax request.
The following web pages contain various tutorials. Use them as a reference only.
<form> Type a word: <input id="spell_check" onkeyup="spellCheck();"> <input type=button onclick="search();" value="search"> </form> <hr> <div id="output"> </div>
Note that the interaction between your HTML page and the Yahoo API should be done asynchronously, using the XMLHttpRequest object, without redrawing the web page. Don't use any tool to develop your program; simply use a text editor. Don't use stylesheets. Transform the XML responses of Yahoo into HTML using standard tags (<p>,<li>,<dt>,etc). Use the Error Console to debug your program (eg, on Firefox, you select Tools from the menu, then Error Console).
Use the form below to submit your HTML file. On top of the file, please indicate which browser you used in case that your code doesn't run on all browsers. You may submit your file as many times as you like, but only the most recently submitted file will be retained and evaluated.
Last modified: 02/05/09 by Leonidas Fegaras