I'm the webmaster for a recreational organization. As part of one page of the site, I have an HTML "Calendar at a Glance" of the organization's events for the month. It's a simple table of a calendar, 7 across by whatever needed down, and I manually create it each month - not a big deal.
Every day I go in and darken the background color of the current day's cell by changing the appropriate <TD> entry to <TD bgcolor="c63800"> and uploading the page. Takes well under a minute start to finish. Thus the calendar gradually changes color over the course of the month, with the past dates dark and the future dates lighter and thus more apparent to the eye.
But I have to ask if there's a nifty way in which this might be done automatically, based on the current day and the number (the day of the month) that follows the <TD> entry.
I'm super new to any kind of java script. What I want is a menu that, when clicked, changes the background color of a table cell to blue. When a different option is clicked, the current highlighted table should turn back to gray and the new selection should be blue. Well, I have all of that working. What I need now is just to have the first option start out highlighted and to become unhighlighted when another option is clicked.
I have a div whose hover color is initially set through a CSS style sheet, but have found that if I change the background through a script, the hover is wiped out. Here's how I'm changing the colornode.style.backgroundColor = '#00FF00';Later on, I need to restore the normal color and have the hover still work. Is there any way to programatically reinstate the h
I'm a member of a forum the for the Winter season has changed it's CSS a:link color attribute to a more winter themed colour. However I want to revert back to original as I don't particularly like the new colour.
My theory is to create a small JS file, that I can define Opera (my browser) to load when loading the site, which will change the colour of links back to the original colour. I have the colour code HTML I want to change it to.
I've only ever done a small amount of JS coding but from the research I've done it should go something like this,
document.style.alinkColor = "COLOR"
I got to that via discovering that
document.style.backgroundColor = "COLOR"
will change the background colour attribute, however it doesn't seem to work. I think my problem lies somewhere in the attribute name, I know the usually with JS CSS Attributes you would make the attribute starting with a lower case letter and the sub-attribute (e.g. the color bit) starting with an upper case.
I want to create a basic script where someone clicks the button and the document color is changing. while I can do it with inline even handlers and also using the script block in html document, i am not able to achieve the result using the external js.js. My goal is not to use any even handlers at all inside the html document. why the script I wrote is not working.
i have an expression, say "5*7 + temp". i have an algorithm that finds out that "temp" is undefined in that expression. now i need to change the color or background color of "temp" to show that it is undefined.
i know which position the "temp" is, but i dont know how to change the color of it.
I do not much understand what is going on. The iframe is transparent in all browsers but IE. I need to change the background color in IE, of my iframe and cannot figure it out. My code is below. It is pulling from an external file exfile.js.
I want to write a program that change the color of blocks and text on each block in a web page by it.You know in a web page we have many blocks and each blocks we have texts and may be shapes.So,I want to assign three(3) code to each block and text and also shape on each blocks so by selecting each of them,the color of each 3 items[ above items;the color of background of blocks,color of text on the blocks and the color of shape on the bolcks ] changed immediately and automatically.
Using the following function below I am able to shift the background color of rows containing content, but the color of the empty rows remain the "selected" color. How can this effect be achieved for all rows, whether they contain content or not?
How on earth do you use javacript to change the text color of an input element, and have it work with IE??? I've tried numerous solutions. All of them work on browsers such as Mozilla. But none of them work on IE.
This works in every browser I've tried besides IE:
I have a small script that changes the background color of my page from white to grey when the user clicks a button.at the moment it works fine accept for when the user tries to navigate to another page (on my website) after changing the background color.if a user changes the background color to grey and than tries to view another page, the background color becomes white again.is there any way to make the change only controlled by the button?my head code looks like this (at least the relevant parts):
I'm having a little bit of a problem with setting the background color through an onClick event on an option tag. When I click one of the options, nothing changes, although I set the body.style.backgroundColor to register to a different color when the option tag is clicked.