I have created a grid of images and want them to scale up, similar to google images. I'd like to be able to get at the actual size of an image, rather than the current size. Is there a JQuery function that does this? It seems the width() method only retrieves the current size.
i have a iframe element with ID iframe-template Then, i used $('#iframe-template').attr('src', url) to load content of url into that iframe! It works fine! But i dunno how to make it grow up to it's actually This is my iframe tag <iframe width='100%' height='100%' id='iframe-template' name='iframe-template' frameborder=0 src='' scrolling='no'></iframe>
I have 2 monitors with a different resolution. It is important in yapplicationthat I get the screen size of the monitor wherethe webbrowser is located. When I try to get the screen size (window.screen.height + window.screen.width) only IE gives me always the screen size of the main monitor where my taskbar (windows7) is located, instead of the screen size of the secondary screen where the webbrowser is located. It does work in all other webbrowsers .
I have created a page with an alert on JSbin.com to show you your screen resolution. If you use 2 monitors open the page in one of the monitors. You will notice you will get the screen resolution of the screen where your web browser is located, except in IE (hoera!)
My question is, can I get the actual size of a div's content when div's width is 'auto' and the content is small enough to fit without resizing. I know there is a way to find the div's actual size after it's loaded - divObj.offsetWidth/Height. The problem is that this only works for content which is bigger than the div.
For example, Code: <div style="width:30px;">A text that will exceed 30px in width</div> In this case, when the content is loaded the div will be resized and get a new offsetWidth/Height. There will be lots of new lines after the resizement which posses another problem.
After loading, the above example will look like this: Code: A text that will exceed 30px in width
Now the example has offsetWidth little more than 30px (~50) and MUCH greater height. This is not the desired effect. I want the width/height of the content when the div is not resized by the content.
I need an image to move from outside the viewed space, from somwhere on the page where users cannot hav acces, let's say from x position of -439px to 0px, so that the image looks like entering the window. And I need to do this after the user clicks a piece of text that is already on the screen. How can I do that ? In what tag should I include the image ? where should I put de event handler/ listener ? I know I need to change the CSS atributes but how. I tried this and it didn't work in Firefox nor in IE. THE HTML FILE
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> <html>
I'm searching for a short explenation for handling image animation regarding this situation [code]...
when i use this code the image is blowing up from the left top corner to the size i declared in the animate function. but im searching for a animation out of the middle of the current size to the declared one.
so it shoulndt blow up from top left ..more it should blow up to all corners at same time.
can someone show me an example or something like that?
This is an update to a previous question which didn't get any replies. Having tried some things it boils down to a question of whether jQuery can detect the width of an image on the page when that width hasn't been defined in the image tag or css.
I'm designing templates for other authors to use. If they put an image of over a certain width in a div it'll break the layout. I've tried to write a function that gets (1) the name of the div and (2) the maximum width allowable. It should then check the images in that div and if they're over the maximum width, resize them to the maximum width. If they're under it should leave them alone. If a width is defined in the the width attribute it should leave it alone.
I know that is what 'max-width' is for, but the browser in our organization is IE6 and that's not going to change anytime soon. It ignores 'max-width'.
The result each time I tinker with it is that either it does nothing or it sets the widths of all images to maxwide, even the small ones. I'm doing wrong? The only clue I have is that if I alert the width of images going through the function, those without a defined width come up as 'auto', which it seems to think is greater than maxwide.
Ive got a hover effect going on when someone hovers over the images on my page which works fine. However on the page load, I would like the first image atmaximum size which is height:101px by width:101px. Ive added the code
with this line $('#'+linkID).load('img.php?verzeichnis='+title); images are loaded onlick into a div via the img.php. after this the image tags look like this:
the class small sets the height to 150px. what i want now is to change the image height onclick to 400px. If the image is clicked again, it should be resized back to 150px height. i greated a style called .big with 400px and thought i can toggle the style between big an small. But unfortunately nothing happens it seems the image selector is ignored. maybe somone can help me addressing the images onclick. [URL]
I so far have a scrollable image gallery of some thumbnails, I now wish to be able to click on the thumbnails and it load the corresponding full sized image with the website and everything else behind it being darkened/dimmed.the xhtml is structured like this so far, with no links to the full size images
I am looking for a plugin that will popup a full size image WITH HYPERLINK when user clicks the thumbnail image link. I found [url] is useful but I can't add the hyperlink to the full size popup image.
I am new to jquery and i will need a script for 2 jquery Slider, where the Max value of the second slider is the actual of the first slider. If the first slider will be changed the max should be changed too.
I also enable the admin to preview the site in an iframe and change size of for exp. left column. Playing with td sizes do not give me exact pixel sizes, so I would like to make sure that a td is displayed correctly, by resizing the spacer gif.
var LeftColumnSpacerWidth = myForm.leftcolumnspacer_width.value; // comes from the form var leftcolumnspacer = frames['testsite'].document.getElementById('leftcolumnspacer'); leftcolumspacer.style.width = LeftColumnSpacerWidth;
Why would this code not change the sizes of an image dynamically?
I found this code on another website and have been trying to mod the code so each image is the same size. but it will no even compile.So I am a bit fustrated right now. Any help on this topic<!-- Begin
var speed = 5000 var size = 75,100px var Pic = new Array() don't touch this