I have developed an intranet local site that consists of a home page: index.html which contains an iframe.
Above the iframe, I have a navigation bar that opens pages with target:iframe inside the iframe.
iframe's src is set to a page named home.html and this is the page displayed when you visit the site.
I would like to be able to give users links that point directly to certain pages that populate within the iframe and not instructions on how to get to them via the nav bar. And I am not talking about the pages alone but the parent piece where the navigation bar is (nav and iframe are contained in the index.html)
I paid to have a website built, yet the developer used iFrames to accomplish the task. Basically, load a parent page, and then in an iframe, lod content chosen from a menu. Is there a way to create a menu at the homepage level, that will allow a menu listing the various parent pages, and under each parent page, have a drop down that will point directly at an iframe content?
Basically, when you click a link a function is called with a parameter based on the particular link you run. Then the code runs through an xml file, and if the parent of the nodes I've cyling through has a value equal to the parameter past to the function, that node is used to create a new link with window.open function attached to it.It all works, or seems to, and when I alert what is being built, it looks right to me, yet the links don't work.I've attached a copy of one of the alerts of one of the links as it's built.
I have some wordpress code which generates a menu with links to the pages created in the admin area.
The id of active is on the currently selected menu item. In the above code the home page. How can I get the subnav to show only if the main menu item which contains a subnav is active? The rest of the time I want the subnav hidden. I have found the effect I want on another site [URK]. If you select advanced treatments a sub menu appears. If you select say jobs then the subnav for advanced treatments disappears.
I load jQuery.js in a.html.In a.html ,there is a iframe that its src is b.html.I want to use parent.jQuery in b.html.But when I use parent.jQuery.find('.abc').It dose not find the elements with class abc in b.html.It find elements in a.html.The maybe some problem.Because there is a lot of iframes on a.html.So I do not want to load jQuery.js in each iframe.How could I do to use parent jquery in those iframes?
I have a DIV overlay that I want to show as open only on certain pages but not on others (it is on all pages). The button that is related to the DIV must also display as on when the DIV overlay is open and in the off state when it is closed. This must happen on page load. E.g. DIV open, button on. DIV closed, button off. I have the click show and activation working so all I need is it to display as open and on, on certain pages and then on others closed and off.
i just came from the CSS board, where i asked if it was possible to edit a pages css from the main page through a IFrame. I have posted all code there, take a look: [URL] Just wondering if its possible, and if it is possible, how?
why the iFrame resize code would stop working when I copy the code over to another page? It works fine here: [URL]... But when I copy the code over to another page (www.rjt-online.com/video.php) in it's entirity, and just change the urls, it stops working?
I am using Toby's iKonize script and would like to add a little more functionality to the script but not sure how to.
I would like the script to find all external links and have them open in a new window, rather than setting the target, can this be achieved? Also, if the image could be added after the anchor so it doesn't get any of the styling associated with the anchor element.
I have 30 or 40 different (going to different websites) links on many pages on my website, that I when clicked I need opening under the current window. (Pop-under) - but obviously needs to be done safely (no risk of being pop-up blocked??)So rather than just a target="_blank" - it would be something slightly more complicated, doing a bit of research perhaps the .blur method would help (Though really I have no idea)I'm using the jQuery library for other elements on the site, so jQuery would be ideal if there is a solution for this?If you click on "get code and open site" (Green button) - you'll see it opens up the website under the current window - which is exactly what I want to achieve (It also uses .toggle to switch divs (but i've done that part - just need help with pop-unders
I have 3 links that are clickable... And what I want to do, is when 1 anchor tag is open and the user clicks on a different link, it closes the previous link and opens the clicked one. Here's a link to the working page to see my example: Example Site on Temp server The green buttons on the right hand image are the clickable links and these are the ones I want to add the final animation to. Click on one link, then click on another.