I have an ajax based page, which loads content from external page (html +js) So if i have a div "update_div" being updated with external content (html+js)
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Step1: Ajax content along with js loaded into update_div from a.html
Step2: Ajax content along with js loaded into update_div from b.html
What happens to the js loaded from a.html? Is it lurking in the memory or automatically/magically removed from the browser memory? I am afraid of memory leaks, if the js is still lurking in memory, the more ajax calls made, the more js is going to be held up in memory. Unless am totally wrong; i have no idea of the mechanism happening.
How can I make the script load after the page finishes loading? I tried creating a function at the end of the HTML and calling the function in the sidebar, but I think because the function was being called before the script was executed, it didn't work.
where it says image i am adding an image, that colum is controlled by the header so i added a div in there for the image.
what is happening is that since the image is small and the slideshow is large, when the page loads the single image pops up for a second where the slide show is, then it moves down on the page where it should be. I know this is caused by the fact that the image loads faster than the slideshow so we see the image first in that space.
what i am trying to do is pause the single image load until the slideshow loads, but i dont know how?
I cant move the image down and load it in the body because that left side column is controlled by the header slideshow it has to be part of it when it loads.
has to be a way to make the slide show load on the page and then the image.
I read that $(document).ready(function() might slow me down but I do not see that statement in any of my .js files.
To begin, I'm a novice at this. I'm using 2 JQuerys on a page -
The first fades a page in and out when loading. The second 'smoothly' scrolls the page down to anchor text in the page. The problem is that the 1st script 'overpowers' the second, so when you click on an anchor text link it starts to 'smoothly scroll down, then the first script kicks in an re-loads the page. Is there a way of stopping the first script if the second one is being used?
Say now, you want to try and do some animation done by default, in the below example I have done some animation only when the user do mouse over, how can i do that by default as in when the page loads.
I am launching a web page in an iFrame and then clicking the "Start Tests" button provided by QUnit. All the tests for the loaded page correctly show asserts for each test. I then do $('selector').trigger.('click') to go to a new page. Since the tests for this page start running before the page is completely loaded I see failed asserts. This is expected.
So then I try something like:
What happens is that I see no assert result in the QUnit test report for 'test C'. If I remove the stop, setTimeout, and start calls then I see the assert, but of course if fails.
I am aware that unit tests are supposed to be independent of each other and not need to run in a certain order, i.e. scenario testing. What I want to know is if QUnit supports some way to pause and then restart groups of tests.
My site, lizbmorrison.net, uses an adapted version of superbgimage and I've been trying to find what controls the visibility of #showtitle. Currently its automatically hidden when the page loads, and can be toggled by the info button in the lower right corner, but I'd like it to be visible by default.
I was hoping there is some way to fix this, in IE7 and 9beta when you navigate between pages from my main nav the page loads scrolled to the bottom. It seems to be pretty random and will not reproduce consistently. Is there a way to force all anchors with a certain class to scroll to the top?
I need to run a php script in the background after one of my pages loads (eventually it will be 2 or three background scripts depending on the user.) I am guessing I will need to use $.get for this but can not seem to figure out how to do it. Currently I have the following in my code:
only first image in the all_images array loads and the rest stays hidden. it works first time i load the page, but any other time it loads only one image. i understand it might have to do with the cache. what could be possible cause for breaking the .each() loop after first iteration? i'm using jquery 1.3.2, png fix and php
I have a page and there is a 3rd party response that comes in that I have to key off of. IF the third party response exists, then I need to build the iframe and populate it with a src and attributes (height/width) etc...
So basically, the flow is like this..
page loads callback to 3rd party. --> is third party connected = yes --> build iframe (in parent page) ---> is third party connected = no --> do nothing
I have a use case in which I need to insert an IFrame as a child to an existing DIV just after the page load completes. That is, the request to fetch content for this Iframe should go to the server "after" all the media in the page has loaded, basically after the page "load" event and not the document ready event.My document structure is as follows:
I am new to jQuery and have managed to create a tabbed interface with 4 sections. When the page loads, the tab content of section 1 shows up and the user can click on the others links to show other sections. In other words, tab 1 is always the first to be "active." However, I want to have a random "active" tab every time the page loads, so that other sections can be "active" as well randomly. Once the page loads with the random active tab, then the user can click to look at other sections.