I have a UL that loads in dynamically after the DOM has already finished loading via and external API that doesn't have a callback function for when it's finished. However, I need to manipulate the children of the UL once it's loaded in, so I need some type of listener for when the UL changes.I need an event to fire when an element or it's children change.Is there anything like this in jQuery? Otherwise I'm going to have to create a setInterval to polloccasionallyto see if the UL has loaded, and that sounds sloppy.
I'm using the Microsoft Virtual Earth Version 1 Commercial Control. I want to make it so you can click on a pinpoint that's plotted on the map and all mouse events are passed to the map so that the user can click anywhere on the map (including the pin points) and drag/zoom the map around.
For those of you who haven't used Virtual Earth: Basically, there are a bunch on absolutely positioned Div elements. I basically want to pass all mouse events from one absolutely positioned div element to the absolutely positioned div element directly beneath it.
The code should attach another function which is called during the event, while at the same time preserving the current function attached to the event.
I am working on a simple control panel where I have text input fields in which a user can click on a text box and the text will automatically focus and select. I have done this fine. However, when I use the same onclick event for multiple fields, only the last one created works. So, if I were to comment out the password and email field additions, then the userName field would work correctly. If I were to just comment out the email field, password would work correctly but userName would not. And finally, if I have the code as is, userName and password do not function correctly while email does.
I've read that you have to combine onchange events, but I have no idea how to do this (I've done plenty of trial and error, trying to make every item unique, but to no avail.
If a div is positioned block or relative, events fire over the entire area of the div. If the div is positioned absolute they don't--they only fire over the div's text or image child elements, if any. This isn't true in FF or Opera, nor was it true in IE 5. If there is any logic in this behavior.
Im working on a ajax app and not sure what is the best way to bind events to elements (performance wise).I have a number of elements with 'click', 'focus', 'keydown' events which can be assigned though the delegate to the parent, like so:$('#parent').delegate('#child', 'click', func.....)but is it better to add a delegate to the 'document' for multiple events and use IF statement to filter for elements which should fire an event, like so:[code]Each element can be replaced with an updated version retrieved from the server.
I am trying to tie the value of an image src to two onChange events. the events are drop down boxes in a form. I do have a couple of single event driven peices working so I think my logic is sound. I originally tried to do this with multiple if statements that tested both conditions/events. I have since given each event it's own function. I have no idea what i am doing wrong. the onChange events have no effect on the image display at all. The default image just stays in place. My JS knowledge is limited but it looks correct as far as I can tell. What am I missing.Here are the functions:
If you've caught a mouse event (say, onmousemove) and you're currently in the process of handling that event, is it possible for that, or another, mouse event handler to get hit again, at the same time that you're handling the previous event? Or is it guaranteed that no additional events will actually call any of your event handlers until your code returns from handling the prior event? That is, is it strictly sequential processing, or can they occur simultaneously?
I would like to open a window "under" the current window (So it doesn't open on top). I think this can be achieved using the .blur function.
So something like: <a href="#" onclick="openWindow [URL];this.blur();return false;">Open website</a> (Obviously this doesn't work)
Which is why I need something that I can use on each different url individually that opens a new window under the current one.
pardon my ignorance if this topic has been discussed before - I couldn't construct a search query that returned anything of the like!
Currently I have a set of two div elements, both of which span the width and height of the window. The top div plays host to a user interface, and the bottom div to various editable elements. The problem here lies in the fact that the user interface div is intercepting all mouse events, and as such neither the lower div nor any of its children may be interacted with.
And so my question is just that: is there any way to pass events through an element, or, more specifically, transparent sections of div elements? I have considered simply triggering the same event on the lower div, but without the ability to pass offset coordinates to the .trigger() function, it would require a rather undesirable amount of code to calculate which element on the lower div to trigger the even on...
My other consideration is to minimize the dimensions of the user interface layer (something similar to 50 x 50 px) and use absolute positioning to position the user interface widgets, additionally using a div element below the bottom div to constrain the movement and resizing of user interface widgets.
I'm trying to figure out a way to make only one element on a page receive key and mouse events. I have a grid in a <div>-container with "overflow:auto" which makes the grid scrollable. If course I can set event handlers to the "document" to catch key strokes and mouse clicks and execute navigation functions which make the grid scroll (e.g. pressing down arrow) etc. This of course effects the whole page and not just the div.
The problem is: as far as I know only window and form elements can receive events such as focus(), blur(), keypress() etc. and I have to make sure only this one element is affected.
Is there thus a way to make these events affect only the <div> container?
The best way to do this would be with an event listener as this would make development much easier.
I've been reading forum posts (not just on this site) and unsuccessfully trying to apply the examples to what I'm doing for hours now. Can anyone help me do this correctly?
I need the browser window's resize event to trigger resizes on different objects on my page. The objects are added dynamically, so I can't just have one function to set it all up at the beginning, although so far that's the only way I know how to do it. I understand that using this method (below), that there can be only one such statement, but I need to add new functions to the resize event as I add new items to my page.
When the.slide-button-one(top 'Profile', 'Clients' or 'Contact' links) is clicked,#main-content-portfolio (white-background div) slides down and the display is set to none. This reveals#main-content-info (grey-background div).
Currently however, the display value of #main-content-portfolio is set to none BEFORE the slide. How can I switch this order of events?
First time here. I have had no luck searching on Google or here regarding this. I am trying to tie the value of an image src to two onChange events. the events are drop down boxes in a form. I do have a couple of single event driven peices working so I think my logic is sound. I originally tried to do this with multiple if statements that tested both conditions/events. I have since given each event it's own function. I have no idea what i am doing wrong. the onChange events have no effect on the image display at all. The default image just stays in place. My JS knowledge is limited but it looks correct as far as I can tell. What am I missing.