I have a page that loads a fancybox popup and it works perfectly with the cookie for setting ho many days to show. the problem i have is that i need it to show 1 every 24 hours over a 3 day period. once the 3rd day is over and the user sees the window for the 3rd day i need a cookie set to never show the window again. here is my code as it sits now. I have worked with this for a couple of days on and off and it is above my head for sure.
I am trying to initiate fancybox popup on page unload (i.e. when the user closes the browser window). I managed to find the following script which does the opposite (launches when the page loads). How can I reverse this code so that it executes on body unload?
I have a drop down box. onChange of that drop down box the option selected is $_POSTed to a php page where I'm grabbing that name and using it in a form on the new page.
Instead of it opening a new window for the php page, I'd love to make it more aesthetically pleasing and use Fancy Box and jQuery to open a popup window over the page that has an iframe of the php in it.
My issue: I can't figure out how to have the modal popup open when the dropdown is selected. I don't want to have to use a button to trigger it. Any way to trigger the popup AND also POST to the php page onChange of the selection box?
So I have a script that retrieves images from Flickr and displays them on my site. I have Fancybox so that when a user clicks on the image, the picture will come up in a... "fancy box"... everything seems correct, but when I click on the image, it sends the user to the location of the picture on Flickr servers instead of opening it using Fancybox.
I am trying to do a popup window, which will load when the page loads. Using the onLoad in the <Body> tag. However it doesn't seem to be working. Also when the popup loads there will be a form which the user selects an option and the form is sent to a email address with the answer chosen and then the popup closed. Code:
I've been working on a freelance design site, and I have been using jshowoff and fancybox on my portfolio page. The portfolio has multiple sections that are set to be scrolled through using jshowoff by using the slide links. This use of jshowoff is working perfectly fine, but fancybox isn't. fancybox is supposed to be set to launch a modal when any of the portfolio thumbnail images are clicked. As it is right now, fancybox links will not work within the jshowoff slide div, but they do work outside of the jshowoff slide div.
I have done about 5 hours of searching online for possible fixed to my issue, and I haven't found anything. I am attempting to fix the conflict the between jshowoff and fancybox. I am very new to using jQuery plugins, so hopefully, you can all bear with me.If anyone may know how I can fix my fancybox links, so that fancybox will work within my jshowoff slide, I'd greatly appreciate it. I have provided the html below:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
I have the following problem: In wordpress I wanted to popup the login-page (wp-login.php) and i used the fancybox to generate an iframe. after clicking the "login" button i want that the fancybox is closing (thats not the problem) and i want to reload the whole page so that it recognizes that i'm logged in.
Now that is the problem .. I cant reload the index page when clicking the login button, because (i think so) the login document is in a iframe and is not able to reload the whole screen). I don't know the "reload" command, too, maybe load("index.php"); ? :D
I'm using Gravity forms for a fancybox popup here- hit the 'JOIN' button and you'll see the popup. What I need to do is close the popup when the submit button is hit and then redirect the parent page to a specific url. I cannot wrap the submit button itself in a link because I'm using Gravity Forms. Is there another way to do this?
I have a form which open in a jQuery Fancybox Window. The fancybox window opens automatically when the page loads. When it loads, I would like it to set focus on the username field in the form in the Fancybox window. I have found that this must be done when fancybox is envoked, thus I have tried the below code which does not work :
You can see that when selecting 'Contact' from the top navigation a light-box (fancybox) with a contact form opens, this form can be filled and when the submit button is pressed the content of the form is emailed to myself. However.... The 'Thank you message' is not appearing in the light-box as I would like it to and I cannot work out how to do this.
I have a single webpage that contains information on all 50 U.S. states. There are 50 links at the top to jump down to the state you want, and at the bottom of the information for each state a Back to Top link.
I'm making the Back to Top link into something more complex, and it will require three or four lines of code.
So that I don't have to repeat the code 50 times, and create a burden when I need to edit it, I want to place it in a .js file and call it x. Then below the information for each state I'll simply have:
Does calling code from a .js file 50 times slow down the page load? Which method would load faster?
I am trying to create a table edit popup it works as a blank form if i don't include the ?id=$row[id] but not if I include it, I need the data to edit but I can not figure out how to get the data in the form
it will work as a html edit.php?id=$row[id] but it opens up a new window, and i need a popup
I am trying to modify a function in jquery which should load a promotional popup after 5/10 seconds of page load. I have got a function from somewhere which is keep refreshing something after few seconds but not only once. I came across one() function of jquery and tried to modify my function but it is still keep refreshing it and not showing it only one time. I am posting my code and will be glad if anyone can guide me to solve this as I have almost wasted whole day behind it.
My function loads content from an external page (field.details.preview.aspx) and loads it into a div named container. I would like to load this external content into a popup page instead. I'm not sure how to tackle this. [code]..
Is it faster/more beneficial to have two snippets of code be generated by php at 2 different urls and then have a load function for each url? Or have the two snippets on one page, surrounded by id's and then load them that way?
I'm having an issue with the status bar in Mozilla and Netscape showing that it is still waiting on the page to load even after it is finished. This problem does NOT occur with IE.
In summary, I am using a onLoad event in the BODY tag to communicate back to another server each time a page finishes loading. I do this by using a "new Image()" and setting the .src property to the server. The .src includes a value in the querystring so I know what request it was that finished loading.
The challenge here is that the status bar still shows "Transferring data from www.mysite.com..." despite the image being loaded. It never clears and leaves the user with the impression that there was a problem loading the page. My web server logs at the mysite.com show that the browser does indeed make a request for the image and I get the querystring just fine and it returns a status of 200 so the image is being found and served ok.
I've tried everything I can think of to solve this and really could use your help please. Bottom line is that if you use the "new Image" statment from within the OnLoad event of the Body tag, Netscape and Mozilla never seem to update the status bar to show "Done" despite it succesfully loading the image.
Here is a simply snippet you can use to easily reproduce this issue:
I use jQuery load function to load another page into part ofcurrent page in asp.net. it is work correctly but insecond page i haveone instance ofCKEditor that is not loaded in first page after use load function.