It gives me an undefined, right off the bat before any uploading, or anything at all takes place. I'm guessing this is because this value is set on page load, and not before the actual upload actually happens.
Does anyone have any ideas how I can set this value when the upload begins with the variable from the text file ? Keep in mind it has to be inside the function it's in now or it wont work.
Note that the loadXMLDocument function isn't called until the upload is complete, the .bind at the bottom of the page.
I start outside of the external JS file by: reviews.init(); reviews.initialiseContent('comment'); This loads my data and loads + sets the comment tab as default. My problem is that in the external JS file (shown below) the loadTabs variable will not allow me to pass it a variable: contentDiv.onclick = this.initialiseContent; Whenever I pass a variable here it errors, am I setting this up correctly, should I be using prototype for my this. variables? Interested to hear back on if this structure of code is the right way to go about this and also how I can pass a variable in this way :)
The client is a realtor with a non-standard intranet which is a "conferencing" system with a very interesting built-in web server (FirstClass). They post property listings to conferences as email messages, with the property address as the message subject. I'm trying to place the addresses on a Google map using the goMap() plugin.
I've figured out how to read the conferences and extract the addresses to a web page, either as well-formed JSON or as a string formatted exactly as one would hard code it for goMap, but when I attempt to initialize a map it either rejects it with an error, or ignores it and gives me the default map (of Europe). If I copy/paste the server-generated string into the init function it works just fine.
I'm writing a function to populate a SELECT based on the select value of another SELECT. I can't figure out why this isn't working. It has something to do with not having "'s in my $(). for example: If this function wasn't dynamic.
The code: $(countryElementIDHash).val(); could simply be $("#country option:selected").val(); How can I pass dynamically assigned names into a $() ?
I am working on JQuery show and hide methods. I want to show and hide some fields. But those fields are dynamically generated. I have generated those field ids also dynamically. But i am unable to pass that dynamically generated id to the show or hide method. My code is as follows: please suggest me how to pass the ID dynamically.
I don't understand how to pass the currentId variable to the .addClass method as the above code does not work. If I replace currentId with 'id_1" it works. I also verified that currentId has actually an id value like this:
So after the validation find true, from that validation.php , i want to pass a PHP variable to custom.js( Jquery file).How can i do it.I am getting validation errors as a concatinated string which is returned by php,am trying to append a variable to that string.but its ech oing on the screen.Is it possible to assign a variable in that PHP file and pass to jquery file.
I have a bit more to the code but that is the bare essentials as an example. If i remove the $id and $name from the passTest() for onClick the function works properly. However if I leave them in the function doesn't seem to work at all.
var CustomArray=new Array('an apple','alligator','elephant','pear','kingbird','kingbolt','kingcraft','kingcup','kingdom','kingfish er','kingpin','SML');
Now the new code is: var CustomArray=new Array(Autocomplete);
And the Perl script is sending back the data to the browser looking like this:
var Autocomplete = 'an apple','alligator','elephant','pear','kingbird','kingbolt','kingcraft','kingcup','kingdom','kingfish er','kingpin','SML'
Im using the onchange event for a dropdown list to change SQL statements based on the index of that dropdown chosen. For example I have a function like this for my onchange event of the drop down list.