Thanks for sharing your knowledge and time Bonsai. Multiple charts now refreshing nicely on one page - could you tell us which bit of code we need to amend to increase the time periods for 30/60 minute and daily charts for example?
if you have all reached this stage, then you can apply these
principles to any chart you find on the web on any page if it is
an updating chart.
doesnt work with java charts.
there are a lot more adventurous things you can do with html and I recommend you read up on it.
for example you can map whole or just part pages and then just click them on and off when you want them or you can auto-refresh them.
one example would be bloomberg.com's news page ?
mapping is dealt with in one of the links I posted earlier on.
just depends how adventurous you want to be.
I could explain how to change the detailed code in the url
but frankly it would be better if you went to the site itself for that
and set up the chart you want and then copy its url and then put it in your html file.
by just doing that you will be able to compare the changes
and they will be more meaningful to you that way, I think.
( and save me a lot of time explaining)
<a href="http://investor.stockpoint.com/quote.asp?Exchange=&Mode=CHART&Symbol=LS:UKX">Link to Ftse</a>
finally, I think, you need to know where to look for free charts
this is my recommended list but there are literally thousands of others. Well maybe hundreds.
if you havent seen it before you might like this one
<img width=700 height=500 src="http://cchart.finance.lng.yahoo.com/z?s=^ftse&a=v&p=m60,m200&t=5d&l=on&z=m&q=l"></img>
how could you not make money on this ?
Thought I had but it seems I didnt post links on how to learn html
obviously google is a good place to look
but this one is really is excellent but you may have to register first.
<a href="http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=1117947">Link here</a>
Your giving your age away now,I'm an old bloke and not many youngsters would know about Hancocks half hour and where he resided.
Any way, keep your commentaries coming,I'm making notes.
Hope you dont get fed-up of doing your posts I'm one of your silent readers/students.
I am also one of your silent readers/ student, and would like to say thanks for all the valuable information you are handing over.
It never ceases to amaze me just how knowledgeable some people are, the same goes for all the experienced traders on this forum, and the fact that all of you freely share your expertise is highly commendable.
Thanks to all of you.