I am trying to find a script (and failed, even on google) to create a countdown timer on a website. The details are : a countdown timer that (a) runs off server time, not client time and (b) resets every 10 minutes. The only example i could give to clear up any questions would be something extremely similar to facebook app games : eg mafia wars etc energy refill timers so people visiting my web page would see a countdown timer that was counting down 10 minutes and then resetting itself, on the hour, 10 past, 20 past etc etc. And also, can the counter trigger a script, orwouldit be best to use a scheduled task for this? I do not want the timer to take the user from the web page.
I would like to create different pages with dynamic tab titles. I would also like to have multiple level of tab. Currenlty I tried the kooltabs but I have problem for instance my last tab is having the final submit button and when my first tab is having the error I can show the contents of the first tab but the tab is not highlighted to reflect its content. Is there any other relevant tabs.
What I am trying to do is create a CV where you turn the pages without reloading the web page. I have successfully done this using the code above but the links don't work in Internet Explorer until I have gone through all the pages. Netscape and Opera Works Fine!
The above consists of two pages for convience but my final site will be approx 6 to 7 pages long.
Can anybody help get the links working on loading up 1st time without having to go through all the pages or is there a bug with IE?
i have a developed some static pages (around 140) of them which basically is used like a quesstionare or a workflow. If the user answers yes or no then another page opens up bases on the input given by the user.
Now my people want just a single page instead of all the 140 since it takes a lot of space on the server. presently this is still not hosted on the server. Is it possible to embed all of them into one page by writing different functions? i did try and it gives me the next questions by creating a dynamic page but when the yes and no button do not populate. is it possible?
I've recently begun this week going through tutorials to learn some jQuery. My whole motivation was to create little windows that aren't entire new pop up pages. Think of being on facebook, going through some pictures and clicking the "Share" button. It's a new window that pops up but not an entirely new page if that makes sense.Unfortunately the w3schools tutorial didn't really point me in a direction to be able to do this. Any ideas on where to learn it?My real intentions are to learn how to do something like the pop up that you see when you first load this page:
I have been playing with a bit of code I found of the web and it works well, it basicly allows me to create pages and navigate between them all done via JQuery. The one question I have is, how hard is it to add some simple animation to it, such as fadein which if I have read correctly is built into JQuery?
I have made a site with 5 pages, each page contains a form. Each form is a checklist with a dropdown to choose an answer for each individual item.
Here is a same of the form code:
I am trying to write a script that will be called with onclick event from the "Next" button. This script will collect all the "notOK" option value/names and send them to a document, concatenating the info from the next forms until a single report is created with a list of all the "notOK" values. One the user gets to the end of the last form, there will be a submit button which sends the entire report to a specific email address.
Here is the script I have so far, which pulls the "notOK" values for each page:
This piece of code works great for an individual page, but I need to expand it to send the data to a report instead of window.alert, and I need to add some way of concatenating the data from each form to a single page, doc, etc.
I am trying to refresh a page at a 30 second interval with a function called timeout(). I tested my code with a message, and it worked fine. When I replaced it with a php script to refresh the page, nothing happened. I was not sure if this question belongs here or under the php forums. I thought I'd try here first. What am I doing wrong? Is there a better way to do this? Code:
Im not sure where to find all the documentation i need for this? I need to timer since a start button has been pushed, and show a counter on a page. If they click stop i want to keep the time, and carry on incrementing it if they click start again.
Any suggestions on code, or reference material for this?
i have a game when 2 or more players enter the game a button appears one of the players clicks the button the game starts, what i want to do is when 2 or more players join the game i want the game to start, and not start by using the button.here is the code for the button.
I want to add simple countdown timer for 30 sec 0r 60 sec,the time will display on the page to the users with countdown, if user is not respond with in this time, the page will be automatically redirects to the specified page.
I am in need of a functionality for a system where in there PHP mysql system having a table bid which has columns(bid_product, "createtime")basically if the user does not bid for the product within 20 hours the bid will close for this i need to display a timer which keeps counting till 20 + hours of the create time, After a long search for timers i finally found a .Js which would work just fine for static values within the .js script when i tried to pass values from my database the timer does not change on itself but each time i have to refresh to check the time left.