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>
Some pages on the site have anchor links. On those pages, if someone swaps styles without hitting any of the anchor links, all is well. But if someone hits an anchor link and then hits the swap button (at this point the URL is pageid.html#anchor), the page just reloads to their anhor point without swapping styles.
I've tried swaping the order in the anchor tag (JS first, href second):
I have an expandable menu (not an accordion), that needs to toggle div elements below it. If I put the click event on the h3 of the menu, it works fine but as soon as I put it on the link, it doesn't work.
I'm working on a website and using jquery quite a lot.For a first level of coding, I'm using Chrome and everything works just fine.But I'm having a first bug when using Firefox.Indeed, I create a button with a click function and when I display my page on Firefox, the click doesn't fire any action like it does on Chrome.Here is the peace of code:HTML declaration of the button:
'm trying to make some code so that when a user clicks on a picture, a image will be displayed where it was clicked (i.e the x and y co ordinates). Anyway, so I started writing it but my code doesn't seem to work, so I'd like to see what I've done wrong.[code]And the image which I want clicked has an id of "world".
The code is given below. While doing so i am stuck with 2 problems P1: In the code, you can see i am giving a explicit 'break' in the code. If i don't do so the code seems to be looping. Obviously i am missing some basic.
P2: I am able to pass 'this' for anchor element by name="xy" <a href="#" name="xy"
While i am unable to do that on the anchor element given below since this function is now on the href attribute.
I have a set of vertical tabs about a quarter of the way down my page. They are all visible on page load from the top of the browser window. When you click on a tab, it scrolls down and puts the tab content at the top of the window. I know why it does this, is there anyway to override this behavior so that the tabs change content but the window does not scroll?
I want to be able to match all <a> tags on a Web page that are external links, which would be signified by the href attribute starting with "http://", obviously. Then I want to add an attribute to the matching tags.
I ran across this script that is supposed to do that:
and when click is called and mailto links opens my email client, it somehow ignores the subject and body parameters of the link. It works properly when i actually click a link element. but it doesn't work when i simulate the click event by code written above. above dispatching event code somehow ignores the link parameters?
Anyway, I'm building a mobile app using phonegap. One page grabs data for a table from ajax, and each table element has a delete button in one of the cells. In short: the clicks aren't working. I put the alert in to test, and no dice. I'm not asking for help on the internals, I'm just stumped on why the function isn't being activated,