JQuery :: Moving A Table To Make It Relative To A <span> With An ID?
Apr 18, 2011
I've got an example here: [URL]
This is a setup for a product listing within a table. I wish to move the <table> with id="item_Tbl" relative in position to the <span> id="tablerelative" so it's positioned either above or below this span.
I am trying to make a layer that mimics a particular cell in a table (please dont ask me why, its complicated). I have created the layer so that its dimensions exactly match the table cell in question. Now I want to create a function that sets the top and left position of the layer to exactly match the top and left position of the cell in question. I have already had a try myself, but for the life of me can't quite figure it out.
I tried giving the cell in question and 'id' tag (id="centerCol") and then referencing the left and top values of the object. See the following code:
I managed to get my hover over text pop up to work but now I would like the text box to pop up in the same location relative to the text As you can see here, when you hover over any text not within the first row, it is a bit all over the place. Is there any way making the text pop up the same way it does for the first row for the other rows?
I want to create a menu where clicking on text entries invokes a js function, but I'd like for the text menu items to "look" clickable, the way href's do (i.e. on mouseover). I had thought that anchors did this, but am apparently wrong.
I have a user that insists they have web applications that do this, and wants the one I'm building to do it too...
You have a table on an html form. As the user changes one or more fields in a table row and moves to the next line, the changed row should AUTOMATICALLY be sent back to the server and updated in the database.
If the user moves BACK to a line that's already been changed, and changed a field, a popup should display and ask "if the user really wants to change the field". If so, again, it should AUTOMATICALLY be sent to the server and updated in the database...
Ignoring the horridness of making that many round trips to the server and banging the database for every line, is there a way to AUTOMATICALLY do the equivalent of a submit and post the changed table row back to the php script?
I have some moving objects & they are using the top left spot of the object to 'hold' or 'pivot' off. how i make the 'pivot' point in the centre of the image. I think it is somewhere in this section of code:
I want to make the table header clickable and used the sample code from Textbook Learning JQuery I am not sure where is the class 'clickable'present. Does anybody know how can I get this working. I loaded the JQuery.js and its linked properly.
I have some jQuery that inserts rows in a table, and currently just set the font colour of the new row to a highlighted colour for a second or so, to show the added row.I would really like to be able to make the new row grow from zero height to its normal height, rather than just appear, as this woudl look nicer. Similarly, when I delete a row, instead of fading to zero opacity, then being removed abruptly (which causes the rows below to jump up),I tried this using show() and hide(), which I thought would do it, but they don't. They fade the opacity correctly, but change the height in one jump.