I'm sure the answer to this question has to do with iterating over each element in the wrapped set, but I still don't understand why. I have a number of anchors in my page that have a class named Get.I want to append a querystring name value pair to the end of each href.
'.Get').attr('href').append('&id=' + id); does not work. Can someone tell me why and what is the correct solution.
I'm using the following code (simplified version) to call a Json file, parse it and on each iteration, create a div with an ID of "tab". I'm using this with jQuery UI .tab() to create a listing with entries which have three tabs. Anyhow, the principle seems to work except that when I examine what's happening behind the scenes using Firefox console, I see that each href in the html code produced is causing the Json function to re-fire using the href as it's url target.
<!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" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head>
I am trying to select all anchors that point to external links and do not contain images (so that I can append an image indicating such). The first in this multistage process is to select anchors that have href values beginning with "http" but it appears that .attr() sets the value, as opposed to retrieving it.
I'm using the jQuery Cycle plugin to build a slideshow that the main image is wrapped in an anchor and also has the thumbnailnavigation. I basically have the same code from the demo page of jQuery Cycle. Once I wrapped the images in a link the thumbnails broke. I have tried dropping the "slide.src" for $('#slideshow img).attr('src') but that still comes back as undefined.
I have no problem attaching an event handler to a single anchor labelled with an id. But I can't get the following to work on all anchors, meaning nothing happens. Any idea about what's wrong here? Code:
I implemented some code to perform highlighting and specific anchors are used for the searched words. The problem is when the searched words are inside <a href> tags, the links are lost after putting my anchors.For example:
What is the proper way to .append to an element that has been appended? I'm creating a unordered list via jQuery and attempting to append list elements to said list but those elements, loaded from an XML file, duplicate themselves when I do this.
When I append those list elements to an html element that is hard coded into my html file, this does not happen.
'm trying to use jQuery to append to the onchange event of each of the following input elements. The following code actually replaces the event. When the onchange event fires on any of the elements, I get one alert which just says "new". What I would like to see is 2 alerts, one that says "test?" where ? is the element that changed and another that says "new".
as an example,when you enter in a username, a static string of "Your [URL]has the USERNAME replaced with what you are typing in.This is day one of JQ for me. I was looking at the onkeyup event in JS in general, but I figure it is time for me to learn JQ.I am pretty sure I am going to
I am trying to do is take the XML response below and obtain the src attribute from each image. I then want to append that value to an array which can be used later. Now my issue is when it gets to
It only iterates to the first row in the XML document and gives me 001.jpg when I output tmpImageSrc to console. It won't cycle through the rest of the image tags as the alert only appears once with a value of 0. What am I missing? Am I not using the proper .each? How can I build my array from the XML response?
Has anyone been successful in appending new items to the jQuery UI accordion widget? I'm trying all sorts of things, but however I manipulate the items in the accordion (like applying effects, or appending elements), it stops being an accordion. In case of appending, the new items do not act like part of the accordion. Issuing `.accordion()` on the parent after appending does not reactivate the accordion, etc.
However what I would like to do is load the html into a variable and then append it to the <div>. Looking through the forums I see people have suggested using get instead of load. However when I use $.get there is nothing in the responseText or responseXML.
So how can I load my html into a variable, and then append the contents of the variable to my div?