I got 3 sections on the site, at the bottom of each are 5 bars which are used to change the text color. I'm trying to minimize the code, so I created an array which contains all the colors, but I'm not sure where to put the call to the array. If I put it in the for loop, the selected color will always be green no matter which color you click. The bars should also go up to 40px when clicked and when the next bar is clicked the current bar at 40px should go back to it's originals size(20px)
this is the JS
var colors = new Array(4);
colors = "#ed1c24";
colors = "#736257";
colors = "#620460";
colors = "#e87e01";
colors = "#00a650";
Any way to change row colors of table based on content.
For example: <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">+-----|-----------------------+</span><br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"> <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">|acess| COSTUMER |</span><br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">|-----------------------------|</span><br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"> <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 1 | joseph |</span> <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 2 | mary | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 3 | john | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 4 | joseph | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 5 | joseph | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 6 | guile | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 7 | mary | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 8 | craig | +-----------------------------+<br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"> </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"></span> in this table, the name Joseph and Mary are repeated, so, every "joseph" or "mary" row must have the same color (picked randomly or not). so as every "craig", "guile" or "john" row.
I don't want to use css class names based on the name of the "costumers" because I don't know how many costumers are and how many times they appear or repeat.
I want to have <div> cells that the background-color css style dynamically change between 4 colors depending on how many times they are clicked. The options are none, yellow, red and green then repeat. So when the page loads, they are all at none, and if you click once it goes to green, twice to yellow, three times to red, then back to none.
I am trying to create some code so that when you click on a letter or word within a <span> area, it changes color. The span area is defined by a class .e1 Below is what I have so far, I can get the text to change color on the first click, but will not change back.
I am working on a Windows application (in C#) that displays some HTML. In one place the HTML is a status window. What happens is the static HTML page is embedded into the application. The static page displayed and then the C# code gets a hold of the HTML DOM from the web browser and updates what pieces need to be updated.
What I need to do now is change the colors of everything on the static page. At present there is an embedded CSS style in the HTML and all the colors are defined there. Using the DOM, via C# code, how do I change the colors of everything?
1: Can I simply update the CSS and it will auto magically happen? If so, how does one update the CSS via the DOM?
2: Do I need to go to each individual item and change the color there?
3: Is there a better way to do this all the way around?
I am displaying an image from database using php .... the problem is that i want to give a row of colors beneath the image .... so that when a user clicks on one of the color .... the image should change accordingly ... in my case i am displaying a shopping bag and i want to give a row beaneath as available colors ..... so that when a user clicks on a color the image should change without refreshing. I ve no idea what is this functionality or whether it is already there in the open.
Is there a more efficient way of switching colors every row other than calling it every time you want to start a new row? Also, how can the row number be increased each time if the variable rownumber is only increased by one within the second half of the function? What if the row is even? Is the number not increased? Code:
Out of pure curiosity: Assuming tabulated data in HTML is being generated by a PHP script, would it be better to alternate each row's background color with PHP or rely on JS to do it? One is run client-side and the other server-side so my guess you have to take the whole web app as a whole and see which side should be spared the additional workload. Is it situational or is there an absolute rule? In a vacuum, I guess you could argue PHP would be better since it cannot be turned off in the way JS can (unless plugins like NoScript can block PHP as well), but I don't have enough experience with either to be sure.
My Form Name Attribute is changing the background color of the field. When I take the name attribute out of the form element, it looks ok. Wondering if maybe it has something to do with the onfocus and onblur that I have in each element.
I have my own items on a page, some based on css styles, which I would like to be compatible with the selected theme. What I would like to know is how to obtain the theme's base background color, text color, and their respective hover colors. I am aware that I could use things like ui-state-default ui-state-hover in the class but other non-color attributes like font bolding ect affect my elements. As a simple example I have a css <ul> <li> based menu which may show the default color but I am unable to deploy the hover color. I would have thought the simplest and most direct way would have been color only classes.
I've tried to two different datepicker scripts and what I'm trying todo is hilite which dates satisfy a certain condition.For example, when the page loads I will make a JSON call to the serverto return all dates that are holidays, then on the inline datepicker Iwant to hilite those cells in red.What I'm doing now is something like this in the JQuery-UI atepickerimplementation but nothing works: