I wondered if two jQuery functions work at the same time on the web page. I did practice one with two jQuery functions, just one function work while other isn't. What is causing it? What should I do to prevent having one is working while others isn't ? Is there a code to put in there to prevent it? If so, where should it be at?
I'm embarking on a new project - although I've hit a wall.
I require a page to refresh at a scheduled date and time, several times a day.
For example, I would like the web page to reload the index at 3:15PM
So if anyone has the web page open during that time, it will automatically refresh for them.
Timing is quite important so I would need the script to use the server (hosts) time and not the end users time.
The webpage must execute the refresh at the time 3:15pm, so no matter when someone visits the page, even if its hours before, it must refresh at that time.
If anyone has any pointers on the best way to achieve this and what language to start with I am forever greatful :thumbsup:
I do a lot of image design work and although I have worked with a few coders in the past but I haven't gone too much into coding myself, but its something I'm going to take time to learn and get involved in, so I'm not looking for script hand outs here, mainly just a nudge in the right direction.
it is possible to display the duration a webpage is accesssed. For example, if its a form webpage, then the time to be displayed will be = time the webpage was left (press submit button etc. or the time the viewer left the page) - time the webpage was first accessed or loaded.
I like to display "big sideBanner" on the webpage if containerHeight is 100 or containerHeight is more than 100 and "middle sideBanner" if containerHeight is more than 50 and containerHeight is less than 100 and "small Banner" if containerHeight is less than 50. How can I make it work?
I am trying to place text output from a url on another webpage.The output is the status of an alarm system.hash and mac info remove for security reasons.I would like to place these three outputs on another page.
I am creating a site whereby advertisers can create adverts. One of the options is to view a preview of their advert. I currently open a new window to display this preview page. I would prefer to keep the user within one window at all times to avoid confusion of multiple windows and therefore was wondering if there is a way to display this preview page as an overlay similar to how lightbox displays images? I am currently using jquery lightbox to display some images and also jquery for other elements of the site such as tabs.
The webpage doesn't display the proper times when I load it up.The GMT variable deals with the Greenwich timezone, which that time is used with offset variables in order to get the right times from each respective time zone in the branch offices.So far it seems only houston and new york display the right times or close to it all the other ones are way off.
when the page loads "text1" is displayed. then on the next line 2 seconds later "text2" is displayed and test1 is still displayed. and i need this to go to 5 lines so the final project should look like
I intend to start learning JS over the Xmas holidays, but right now I only have a very basic knowledge of it.I was just wondering if someone could point me in the right direction on how to do this, as I think i should be pretty easy.After someone changes something in the admin area [e.g. the position of an item] I want to be able to have a small div display at the top of the screen saying something like "Position Updated!" and then have it fade away after 2-3 seconds.
When the site loads up, invite the user to enter their name and then display a message at the top of the document which will say< good morning, evening, or afternoon >, based on the time they access your site, welcome to <insert the name of your site>