I'm relatively new to jQuery, and I'm trying to figure out how to create a restaurant menu, that when you click on an item on this menu, an image and description will show on the page. [URL]I've looked through several plugins but cannot find this exact solution. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
I want to add a global event handler for mousedown that will register whenever the user clicks anywhere on the page but I'm having trouble.This is what I'm trying to do:
var body = document.getElementsByTagName("body"); alert(body); body.addEventListener(mouseDown, myHandler);[code]....
But the event handler is never called. I can't even seem to get access to the body. Is the body tag the wrong place to be assigning the mousedown handler? I'm trying to make this code work correctly in both IE and firefox.
Can someone point me to method for loading random image (in container) on pageload? I have three image containers and I want to load a new image in each one at each pageload, but I want to be sure no two images are the same at the same time (if that makes sense!).
What I want to do is to make an html page load a different background image every time it refreshes.I will have a list of background images and I want to be able to add in this list, without having to change anything else in the codes after I do this (I think this is made by making an array of images and by putting .length somewhere in the codes, but I don't know exactly how I should do this).I already know how to do an external file (.js) and link to it from my .html page.Now I want the code to put in the .js file, and the code to put in the <body> of my .html file.
I am trying to put an image on the front page of my website that changes to one of two random images on mouseover. This part was easy, and has been done (I got the code from [URL] But what I am finding difficult is to make each image link to a different page. For example, if the user mouseovers the main image and sees the 'thumbs up' image, then clicks on it, they should be taken to the 'thumbs up' page. And if the user mouseovers the main image and sees the 'thumbs down' image, then clicks on it, they should be taken to the 'thumbs down' page. The site is here: [URL] I think using 2 arrays is the way to go, but am not sure.
I'm trying to create a demo to display a new way of showing our data.I thought I remembered this being pretty simple but I'm hitting a snag. The table, the mouse over, and the check row by clicking on the row all work separately but when the check row by clicking function is on, seen in the first row, the checkbox stops working.
I have a page that submits to a db then re-loads its self with new information. Unfortunately it goes wrong when the user double clicks on a one of many text links that provides the info for the display on reload. How do I stop users from double clicking on the page? Ideally I think I would like to call some sort of js function from body onload as I presume this would then cover the whole of the page, but have no idea if this is possible or how to go about writing it.
I have a form script that is made up of Text boxes, radio buttons, and drop down boxes. What I am wanting to happen is upon clicking submit at bottom of form, it should run a check to make sure all questions have been answered. So far it catches all the text boxes, but it's not catching the radio buttons or drop down boxes.. I have all of this under 1 form name ( is this where my problem is located? do I need to seperate into different form names based on type?) I am not wanting the answer given too me ( at least not yet ). I have done a search for multiple types of validation. But nothing seemed to clcik... Also Do I need another validation set up point for the Month, Date, year Drop down boxes?
I've been searching for a resolution to this issue for hours trying to customize my page located at [url]
Specifically, I'm trying to figure out why this line of code is not making my images display in the background:
Original plugin script provided here: [url]
I made adjustments with my image references that are all located in this directory: [url]
Problem: No images load, and I believe I don't fully understand the .appendTo tage.. I don't know if #body is correct. The author of the plugin assumed I understood the relation. Also #homePage may be incorrect as well.
Additionally, I found another plugin that worked for placing an image in the background (not random), and the background image would scale to size, according the users window. I loved that and it worked, just wanted to add random images to the same script.... first things first... I can't even get an image to display at all with the above code.
In case you wanted to know the script I was using to scale the background image, here it is below (although, as you will see in the code for my site - this image feature is disabled as I am trying to make adjustments).
code for image solutions used:
If I can get this second code to work with the random image plugin.
But, now I want to be able to set a default picture to be shown first and have the random pics appear next. I also don't want the default pic to show up again in the random array. So basically, every time the page was first visited, or refreshed it would show the default picture then move into the random pics.
Here is the HTML: [URL] I'm trying to uncheck the selected radio button, then set the value to 1 (Yes), basically overwriting theinitialvalue to 1. I've looked at prop(), val(), and attr(), and just don't know where to start. Should I select $('#set_q157 input') or$('#set_q157 input:radio'), or each individual radio?
Do I need to each them, and check if its checked, then change its value, or is there a way to select all three inputs as just one radial button? It would also need to work if the input has not yet been checked.
Im trying to have a click event that replaces an image on the page with a new image that has been selected randomly from an array. I have solved PART of this already (can get the random image to appear).
However, instead of appearing on the page where the old image was, the new image appears in a blank page.
My research indicates that this blank page location-problem is a result of using document.write in the Function. Therefore, I know I need to find a different way to accomplish this, but am failing miserably.
I have been trying for hours and hours and HOURS to figure out proper syntax for accomplishing this via elements, functions, variables and mootools.
A bit of my research:
-I found this---but havent figured out how to implement it in my scenario:
-I found this---but havent figured out how to implement it in my scenario:
I have an image map of a subdivision and each section of land in the subdivision has a lot number on it. Below the image map I have a table with details about each lot (eg Lot Number, Lot Size, Lot Price ect...)
I would really like a way so the user can click on the image map and the corresponding row below the image will be highlighted.
The user clicks on a new row and the previous row goes back to its original color and the new row is highlighted.
Is the possible? If it is and can someone please point me in the right direction on how you would do this?
The world map (an image map) that I have shows three continents; namely, America, Asia, and Europe. They are in yellow color. This world map is placed in a HTML file.
Every continent is clickable. By clicking on a continent; say, America, I pop up a window in which some information America is displayed.
And when a continent is active, its color on the map is changed to orange color. Therefore, I have made three more image maps: America is in orange color, Asia is in orange color, and Europe is in orange color.
How do I switch image (i.e. showing the orange color of the continent) after a certain continent is clicked by users?
I'm testing the Jexpand plugin (expand table rows): [URL] and i would like to know what i have to modify to expand/collpase rows only when i click on the left arrows picture (not by clicking everywhere on the row)?