I have four links which show a div and when you select another link it closes the current div and shows the new one. I'm trying to add a 'Close' button within the currently open div which obviously will hide the div and allow it to be opened again by selecting a link.
My problem is that when the box has been hidden by the close link it will not be shown by the links.
I am dynamically creating CheckBoxes DropDoenlist with certain set of values of not all of then are created any time.But in Script i want to get sure whether that element has been created or not. So how can i check for radio button list and dropdown list.Below is the code for my dynamic list creation:
how I can implement the following using jQuery 1.3 and whatever plugins may help. I need to insert an iframe or img that links to an external resource onto a page, and if that iframe or img does not load within a certain period of time, remove it and insert one that links to a local resource instead. how to check if the iframe or img is done loading.
I want to set a chek box, and it will checked if data found from database and non checked if data is not found from data base ,yes this is i know but think is that ,if it checked it show some html data in another div like <div id="name"></div>
when i click a#showhide link, the 'p#optbox' is shown.now my problem is, when i click again 'p#optbox' should hide.how to check the show hide status of an eliment using ? i did not find a good jquery conditional statement thing when google
I have implemented a site where I made a tooltip, show when mouseover an item. here is the site [url]
The problem is data got from a remote server using ajax. I perform jQuery .hover() on the content got through Ajax. not use .live(). So Now the situation is in IE tooltip shown but in FF and Safari tooltip is not shown.
Here is the js code and make the Ajax call..this is index.php
Here is the main PHP code where using CSS and JS hover implemented.
I have several divisions with a hidden division within them, like this:
With that script, if I click on one of the parent divisions ALL of the hidden divisions are shown. That's not what I want. I tried several variations of the script using (this), but I just kept getting errors.
I want to provide an element over which a user can hover the cursor to display a small div directly below it, out of the flow of the document so that it appears above it. A kind of overlay with some text for a short bio in it, not unlike a JS tooltip but bigger.
I need to keep the div accessible, but hidden, so I know that I will have to position it absolutely off-page and override that with the JS. It's important that the div is not visible on screen if JS is blocked, as it would cover other content. If it can slide out or whatever instead of just appearing, that would be a big plus. I use jQuery, but I'm not totally familiar with it yet. Here's an example of the HTML:
<div id="header"><p class="">About Me</p></div> <div class=""> <h4>About Me</h4> <p>Text for a brief bio</p> </div>
So what JS do I need to write in order to get this to happen? Or is there by any chance a lightweight plugin that happens to do exactly this?
How would I start to go about this? I'd like an <h3> to display and slide in whenever the user scrolls to a certain position on the page. For example, once a certain content div is 50% displayed in the viewport, I'd like the animation to fire.
i've been breaking my brain about this issue for a bit now, so here is my question.
I have a SELECT with various OPTIONS
<select id="myselect" name="myselect"> <option value='$variable' >1 - variable ammount of this option</option> <option value='$variable' id="showOption">2 - gets added once at the end of the SELECT</option>