JQuery :: Appending AJAX Response Data To Calling Element?
Jun 3, 2009
I have a list where each list item has a click event attached to it. Upon clicking a list item, the click calls a PHP script and passes the list's title attribute as a parameter to the script. How can I take the data returned (some HTML) from the AJAX call and append it to the list item which was clicked? I know that the data variable contains the correct HTML coming back from the script and thought that $ (this).append(data) would work but it doesn't. I was thinking of calling another function from within the AJAX return function call, but don't know how to reference the list item which was originally clicked.
I would like to send my form data to a php file but not to get any response. I want to send an ID so that PHP can do MySQL search and generate a PDF file. Problem seems to be that PHP is responding something back to HTML and that is messing my code. So I just want to send the data and run the scripit in PHP so that nothing is returned back to HTML.
I have a page which loads the HTML for a table using $.post(). Sometimes, the table will be quite large (maybe 2000 rows). Is there a way to display the content as it arrives instead of waiting for the whole thing?It would probably be OK if this requires a synchronous request. The purpose of the page is to display the table, so it doesn't matter if nothing else can happen while it loads.
I seem to be experiencing a character length cut-off with XMLHTTPRequest. I suspect this because the ActiveX .XMLHTTP works just fine for supporting IE. The data supposed to be recieved is a database outputting in an HTML table format. Any gecko based browser cuts off at about 4200 characters Code:
I'm trying to allow a user to add several data items. I'm using append to add a new row where they can enter data. However, the element count only seems to get to one (the newest added) and does not create an array of elements like i was hoping.
In the above, i can successfully add new rows. But the item "the-data" will always alert that it has a length of 1, no matter how many rows are added. how I can add several of an element with the same name and have it recognized in the DOM?
I would like to dynamically insert a <br /> after each </select> (like createElement). I am told that this is simple with jquery but only have limited experience in this area. Code: <html><head></head> <body><form><select> <option>1</option> <option>2</option> </select> <--- dynamically insert <br /> here <select><option>3</option> <option>4</option> </select> <--- dynamically insert <br /> here </form><body></html>
My Page allows the following functionality...(ASP.NET)
1.When a userscrolls the gridview downwards fresh data is retrieved from a web service and appended to the grid.
2.Clicking the checkbox of a row selects the current row and creates a clone rowand appends it toa bottom grid.
The problem is that clicking the selected checkbox does not append it to the grid at the bottom. Now the funny part is that the data which is displayed in the initial load is appended to the bottom grid when checked but the fresh Data which is loaded is not appended to the bottom grid when checked.
I'm trying to read an html file using the ajax() method, and then place content from that in certain places (e.g. 'info' in my 'InfoBox' section, 'details' in my 'DetailBox section). I'm very new to jQuery, and am pretty sure I'm screwing up the selector - it's the 'data' object used in the success callback (is that the right word?)
I'm having trouble placing some data returned by an ajax function in the page where I want it.
The part starting with "var x . . ." is the part that is not working. This part is supposed to generate the following html: Code:
I have a drop down menu with a change event that makes a JQuery JSON AJAX request, which I've simplified for this post:
When I do change the drop menu's value, the request seems to be successfully sent with a successful reply received (inspected it in Firebug), as the content in the "status == success" is accessed. However, the problem is the response is null.
I don't have this problem when I'm testing on my local WAMP setup, and so have no idea why everything appears to be working fine here except the retrieval of the response array.
I have adrop-downelement on the page. On the change event I am appending two labels to a text box. The problem is I am able to see the newly added elements on the page while debugging it. but as soon as thepost backoccurs the added elements seems to bedisappearingfrom the page.
There are 3 tables in DB group-set,group,users. Two different type of folders 1 is group-set which contains groups and another is groups which contains the users in group.group-setcan have multiplegroup-setorgroupas a child elements.groupwill have only users as child elements.useris a leaf node.how to load it with ajax. because ajax GET request passes "id" to load childs.. but in this case we need extra parameter in GET request i.e.typeto find out whose child it needs (group-set's or group's).type will determine what needs to be loaded. users or groupshow to modify get request generated on node expand with appending type parameter in treeview ??
I'm using $.ajax for an ajax request and I've setup a basic html form and if there are errors in the form when the user submits them my server side script is returning them in an array to the client with the errors.
If there are multiple values in the array, how do I display each error on its own line either using <li> tags or even just a <br/>? I'm injecting the ajax response into a div using .html() but how do I iterate the array within that div so I get one error message per line?
Do I need to construct the HTML on the client side after the ajax response has come back or should I do this on the server side before the data is even returned to the client? Right now I'm returning a raw array so that is why I'm asking the question about how to format things up and get the form errors into my div.
What I'm doing is creating a div element dynamically when the user clicks on a point in the page. Once created I create a record in my database table the corresponds to this div element and save information such as the width,height, x coordinate, and y coordinate of the element. This is done via AJAX accessing my web service. The weird thing is, I get really fast responses 80% of the time but 20% of the time, its taking a lot longer. For example, I would get a response after 50-100ms and at times I would get it in 2 seconds What do you think is the source of this problem?