I am trying to figure out how to move to the beginning of text boxes and text areas after the event call in a form. For the most part, I have two text boxes that don't have a maximum length and one text area that could span several lines of text. When the event call is made to fill out the remaining text boxes and update the text area (if necessary) I would like to have each of these elements display from the first character on instead of remaining where they were at when the entries were made.
Is there any way to move text over an AVI or shockwave object. i have put each one in its own <div> and can move them around and over each other. when i have text on text or on pictures its fine. but when i try to move text over a shockwave it disappears. i have set the z indexes etc but no luck.
I am trying to move some text by clicking a button. When clicked the button runs the java script and this will then take the value in the text field and add 10 to it to create a new value, this is then used to move the text (id=h1) to a new position and to display the new value in a text field. My script is below but does not work. Im new to javascrip and there is probably something embarasingly obviour that Im missing. Code:
Here is an example of a scrolling window and the codes about it:
I have some questions about it:
a)Can i move the text from top to the buttom?(which is the opposite from what it moves now). b)How can i make the text to move nonstop?In other words when it stops to start again. c)I have used the obj.style.left=pos in order to make the text move from left to right but i want it to move all horizontally in one line only.How could i do that?
I am trying to create an Image menu for a site I'm working on that is rather simple in essence. When the user hovers over a button I have the menu will move left or right depending. I have not got a great deal into it yet as I have become stuck, as I'm new I figured it would be easier to troubleshoot if I build up the program bit by bit.
I'm starting to know how many advantages has JQuery for developers. I'm trying some experiments, and the other day I saw the "iGoogle" interface, where users can move the gadgets around the screen, and this stuff liked me very much. That's why I want to ask to the community if anybody knows if there is some plugin or library in JQuery to do the same effects and allows the programmer to move a div from one point of the screen to another one and fix it.
I'm looking to create a screen where there's a box on the left and a box on the right. The left box contains names which can be moved to the box on the right. Between the two boxes will be two buttons, one labeled ">>" to move from left to right and the other labeled "<<" to move from the right to the left.
I've seen this many times but need to create one myself. At first I was thinking of using selection lists with a size of 20 to give it height and also set the width. Then, when a selection is highlighted, the user can click the buttons in the middle to move the selection from one box to the other. Using a selection list gives me access to each individual selection and on the click of the button, I can remove that selection from one list and append it to the other. The problem with this approach is that the grayed out scrollbar is visible. So, I was thinking of using a textarea and that is what brought me here. Does anyone know of such a tool before I try reinventing it?
I need to separate the scremm into 2 areas (2 div´s), and inside each div, I have boxes (div´s) with information that I need to move from left to right and from right to left .... the boxes are generate from a mysql query ... and after a submit buttom, I need to save where are each box, on left, or on right, and reload the page with the boxes on the final place.
I'm trying some experiments, and the other day I saw the "iGoogle" interface, where users can move the gadgets around the screen, and this stuff liked me very much. That's why I want to ask to the community if anybody knows if there is some plugin or library in JQuery to do the same effects and allows the programmer to move a div from one point of the screen to another one and fix it.
I cannot change a site's dynamically generated code but I can add HTML/JS to it with jQuery. I have a three table cells in a row. I want to take the third cell and put it on a new <tr> The example code below illustrates what I am trying to do. The problem with using this
$("</tr><tr class='row_two'><td class='new_cell'> </td>").insertBefore(".third"); is that it makes a new <tr> but it closes that immediately instead of absorbing the <td> below it.
I currently create a grid of svg circles made up of rows. I can animate a circle from one row moving into another row, sorted by some attribute value. But when I use a selector to fetch all circles within a row I get them ordered by when they were added to the underlying DOM.
Is there a way, if I created a group for each row, that when I move a circle from one row and insert it into another I actually remove the svg object from one group and insert in into the other so that it's correctly positioned in the underlying DOM?
Is it possible to fade in and move an object at the same time with jquery. I've got a div that I want to execute both actions to when the page loads. So far the fade doesn't seem to want to work though. Do I need to specify something in the css to make it invisible at the start or is there something wrong with my syntax?