Detect URL & Detect Something On Page & Show Content Accordingly?
Feb 14, 2009
Example: I'm working on a volusion site that uses asp. There's basically only one page that's changed dynamically. I would like to display some html when and only if the cart has any items in it. But also not to show up on the check-out pages.
The page dynamically displays "Your cart has 1 item in it..." when the visitors puts something in their cart.
I have a script which needs to detect when the internet connection is lost and hold the content of the web page until the connection is restored.
My web page, I have a web page which contains some text and graphics but more importantly it also has an iFrame. The iFrame connects to an SQL database and displays data which is refreshed every 20 seconds.
1. create a select list that changes the photo showing, (which I have) 2. create script so that when the user hovers over the image it shows a div 3. when the users mouse is off the image/div shows the coordinates where it last left 4. on mouseout hides the div again (this is the part I'm stuck on)
i have some fixed position elements at 100% width of the the page, but they keep on showing in front of the scrollbar if there is one. all i've been able to do so far is force those fixed elements 15 pixels away from the right edge but then if there's not a scrollbar i can see behind them where the scrollbar would be... grr
what i need is to either force the scrollbar to show in front of the other elements or detect it's presence and width and style the fixed elements accordingly.
I have a goal in mind, and that is to get the width & height of a <DIV> tag in one document and insert them into another document...all on the same domain. It sounds like a simple task, but in case more detail is needed, let me explain:I have a page called 'demo.html' which launches a page called 'gallery/archive_iframe.html' via Shadowbox as an iFrame.
The problem is that 'gallery/archive_iframe.html' slightly differs in dimension on every browser and screen resolution. I want to have the iFrame's size detected every time it launches so Shadowbox can get solid dimensions to display it without scrollbars.Here is the code I would like to insert the dimensions in to:
I'm building an application that calculates the total price of items when adding them up and displays it in a particular div tag called "totalCost" using AJAX. But sometimes it might take long to calculate (due to server response time or something else) and that could annoy clients. I just want to detect when the AJAX takes long to display the new total price, so I can show a message like "Calculating, please wait..." or an image (a clock, sandglass, etc...) as an overlay.
What i'm trying to do is pretty simple. I want to detect if the value of a field in a form called "check" and if the value is "1" return the user to a different page. i also want it so if the value is anything else the user is returned to the homepage. Here's what i have so far:
If I load the page and cycle through some pictures and then use the back button I can't find a way of detecting this and putting up the previous image - it just changes the URL in the browser and eventually unloads the page when it should.
I am trying to write a script that uses the IF statement to see wether or not a user clicked the back button to come to a page, and then if it's true to not let the page load and kick them back X number of pages (say 4) This is what I have so far:
I was making a website, all looked great, untill I started IE7. there, it really looked like crap.Now I'd like to just make another css file for IE6 and/or IE7 but not for IE 8, because it does look wel at that browser.