I have a site which loads a couple of Jquery animations on a page load. What I cant figure out is how to play a .fadeOut animation on the content when a link is clicked and before the new page is loaded.
In the examples for live() and delegate(), the selectors match at least one element that already exists. Will either of these commands work on elements for which there is no match at all on page load?
In my case, I want to bind a keyup event to the textareas that jeditable creates. I could probably create custom plug-in (to the plug-in :) to do the job, but I'd like to use live or delegate if they would work.
I'm having a problem where the serialize method isn't serializing form elements that are added to the DOM after the page load. Specifically, when the user clicks on a button some elements are displayed in a dialog that are generated from my server and returned via AJAX. I'm converting from Prototype and didn't run into this problem.
I am trying to fade a container and then load the content and then fade it back in. However the content loads before the first animation is done. How do I tell it to wait for the animation to be finished before it loads the content.
I have a single webpage that contains information on all 50 U.S. states. There are 50 links at the top to jump down to the state you want, and at the bottom of the information for each state a Back to Top link.
I'm making the Back to Top link into something more complex, and it will require three or four lines of code.
So that I don't have to repeat the code 50 times, and create a burden when I need to edit it, I want to place it in a .js file and call it x. Then below the information for each state I'll simply have:
Does calling code from a .js file 50 times slow down the page load? Which method would load faster?
Is it faster/more beneficial to have two snippets of code be generated by php at 2 different urls and then have a load function for each url? Or have the two snippets on one page, surrounded by id's and then load them that way?
At the end of my code below (9 lines up from thebottom) I have an image that fades in. I would like the sameimage to fade out after hover instead, but im unsure if this is possible due to the nature of my page.
<!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"> <head>
I need to be able to fade in 3 divs but not all at the same time, I need one to fade when thats finished, fade in then the next, then the next. Can anyone help me with this? I assume its got something to do with queue's but im not 100%
Here is a link of what I currently have for an image-fade slideshow so far. However if I can I'd like html5+css3 to handle the fade effects instead of depending as heavily on jquery and js. Using the browsers own fade rendering will lighten that load.Link to what I have currently:
http://sympa.me/CHRISTOPHER/index.html .Link to some somewhat working examples.
I'm having an issue with hover function in FF and Chrome. I've a table that's populated dynamically through ajax. I'm then trying to manipulate the elements sends through ajax, but it's not working in FF and Chrome. Here is the code of the page:
Something like starting animation to a page with about 10 jpgs. When the page start is starting slideshow fadein animation between about 10 large pics, and when the last one appears it stays as a background to content and buttons must appear when the last picture is loaded, too with fade in animation. Is sounds not so difficult, but for me become a hard task.
This is a really awesome script that I'm sure all of you can put to use if you haven't yet heard of it. However, I'm trying to get it to fade a background image on my css styled navigation for my a:hover. Here is the script with a little simple tutorial on how to set it up: [URL] My only other knowledge is in PHP, so after about 2 hours of fail in this client-side language
This is the link to my site so far: [URL] You can see the script working as it is on my little yellow MW logo on the right side of the navigation. So in my scenario, I am looking to fade button.png to button-hover.png (both repeating on the x axis).
I have a gallery style page with rectangular images on laid out like a grid of nine. When the user looks at the page there is just the images and no information, but when they hover over the image I would like some text and a bar underneath to show up over the top so the user can read some information.my images sit in "a" tags. There is also a div tag in there which has it's z-index and position (absolute) set up so that it sits over the top of the image element in the "a" tag. stripped down e.g.
<a href="#"><img.... /><div>the info</div></a>
I need the div tag withinin the "a" tag to be set to 0 opacity. When the user hovers over the image the div tag slowly fades in to 100% opacity. Once the user moves the mouse away from the image the div tag slowly disappears again.I need each one to work independently so that it only changes the one currently being hovered over.
I'm having problems with my text appearing aliased and turning blue when it fades in and out. I've tried using the Newsticker plugin and the Easyticker plugin, and I'm getting the same result in IE7 and Firefox 3.6. I'm using jQuery 1.2.6-min Specifying a background color doesn't fix it. The examples on the plugin websites look fine, but when I try and implement the effect myself, my orange text becomes aliased and fades to a light blue color before dipping to white. Same thing happens on the fade in. attached is a screenshot of what I'm seeing.
Before the home page of a site i've developed appears, I want the logo of the company to appear on the screen, then fade out to reveal the web page with full functionality. I also could do this be fading out the logo to reveal a static image of the home page which then could redirect to actual home page.
I have a site where the header, footer, menu and Google map remain present on most pages,but the copy in the main paragraph changes depending on which menu option is selected.The above is achieved using PHP includes and query strings.I'm using jQuery to 'fade in' the main body text when a page loads, and 'fade out' the text when a menu link is clicked on. It just looks nice, because all the stuff that is always present stays in place (I guess the browser caches it?) and just the main body text fades out and the new fades in.The thing is, the 'fade out' that is triggered by the 'click' event (on the menu link) tends to be interrupted by the browser moving on to the new page. I just want to the browser to stay for half a second so that the nice fade finishes properly. Ironically, when my connection is interrupted or the new page loads slowly, it looks at its best because the fade has time to finish
I use jQuery load function to load another page into part ofcurrent page in asp.net. it is work correctly but insecond page i haveone instance ofCKEditor that is not loaded in first page after use load function.