</div><div>I did some navigation menu and sub menu using jquery ,</div><div>
</div><div>Menu1 </div><div> Sub menu1(some.php)</div><div> Sub menu2(some1.php)</div><div>
I have a Cycle Plugin carousel of 20 product thumbs split into 4 slides of 5 thumb images each slide. This scrolls horizontally forwards and backwards with left/right navigation. This carousel is situated below the products being displayed. The user can navigate forwards and backward through these 4 slides, however, when they pick a product to look at the carousel always resets itself back to the first slide. How can I set it so that when an image in one of the 4 slides is clicked and we move to that product's page, that slide stays active when the page loads? It's annoying to have to scroll back through the 4 slides to find the one that had the active product on it.
I'm trying to use the cookie plugin to remember the state of a navigation menu from page to page. Here is the snippet of code from towards the top of my page where I am including the jquery files and cookie plugin. The second part of the sample tries to determine whether the cookie exists.
I have re-styled the tabs of the pager with css so its not orange anymore. Instead the active and the inactive tabs have a background image. What I need to do now is remove the numbers, but I do not know how to. Can someone please tell me how to do so?
????-?(www.net.cn)http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/atta...1&d=1310736398when the mouse hovers on the first li, under it shows a text line. when hovers on the second li, under it shows a sub navigation rows.eg:if the following is my html structure:
I've got a fixed header that about is 150px in height and I want the scrolling content to start after the header (top:150px)
On theinitialload, the page displays correctly. But when I use the navigation to scroll up and down, it seems like the page wants to skip the top 150px. In other words, if I click 'home' the div scrolls to the top of the browser window (disregarding the 150px) - the scroll bar stopping short of where I want it to go. You can see it here:[URL]
I tried do it another way, by wrapping things in multiple windows, but when I did that, the scroll bar didn't move with the page. Content stayed exactly where I wanted it, but the vertical scroll bar didn't move with the content. You can see it here:[URL]
Can't tell if it's a jQuery or a CSS issue that I'm missing. I'm not emotionally attached to either one of these processes, but I do need the content to stay 150px from the top of the page, as well as, the vertical scroll bar to move with the content.
I want to make a horizontal navigation bar with jquery, but it dont work. This is my homepage [URL]. And I would like to have a flipout bar by the point "sonstiges". How it works? Here is a link for the Code:view-source: [URL].
I have a simple navigation bar using an ul with images.
I have the following script that swaps out the images on mouseover and mouseout to create "hover" effect.
The issue is when I try to set the src attribute of the image that has been clicked the image does not change. The first part of the click event is working and resets the src of all the images as expected, but the second part that sets the src for the image clicked does not either run or runs before the reset.
I've downloaded malsup's excellent cycle script and got that working just fine, but now I'd like to extend it to make eachimage clickable to an outside href. When I try adding an href to the image tags in the html page it sends the page wild!
i want to load the content in the #contentscroll-div.at the leftmenu navigation all works fine with buttons and stuffthe headpic works fine eitherbut i wanted to have some links in my inner content (which is in #contentscroll-div). i gave them the class .contentlink and added the class to my click function. but it doesn't work.
I am attempting to set it so that upon clicking a link within this Joomla site (from the navigation menu), the link will become bold. I have already implemented CSS for ".active" and set the "LI" class to 'active' to the first class.
I have done a search for the JQuery code to do this, but each example that I tried did not work at all. The class remained to be on the first link, home.
I would like to change the look of a navigation button that lets the user know they are on that page. I am wondering if there is a way to dynamically change the button to have an .active class instead of hard coding .active on each page.
I am working on a website and discovered this vertical accordion style navigation bar that works perfectly for my needs. I am not a programmer though and have never worked with jquery so I need a little help tweaking a part of this navigation.
The instruction page that I cut and paste the code from is here: [url]
I have two menu items that don't need a dropdown component (the "home" button and the "contact us" button). They are pretty much stand alone links. You can view my page at: [url]
Is it possible to make the home and contact buttons a stand alone link themselves? I don't want it to open a sublink as there are none connected to these two buttons...
Also, where in the code do I place the info if it is possible.
Here is the test site for my website: [URL]... While everything works and looks good, if you minimize the site down, once the links move under the Roots logo and Transparent white image, they are unclickable. It is as if they are sliding under the image. I originally had the white bar go across the entire screen, but I had to move it, when I noticed this was causing the error. Shrinking it down, allowed me to reach those buttons.
At first I had a problem with conflicting jQuery scripts, but then I figured that out by added the no conflict script. Now that it is working, I cant seem to order them properly. I have tried moving the scripts around, but this has come to no avail; I can't get the logo to drop under the black navi bar.
The script for the images comes from the supersize.css background script and the navi bar comes from the jixedbar script.
Copy code <!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> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <title>jixedbar (Beta) - a jQuery fixed bar plugin</title>
I am looking to use JQuery which I am really new to and get my navigation submenus to slideDown when the parent is rolled Over. I have multiple parents and children or sub menus and want them to activate individually but without repeating the JQuery over and over again for each.Obviously the goal is to also slideUp on the mouseOut event.Here is the code that I have so far:
I have a simple navigation with four buttons that I want to apply an .active class to a button when it is clicked, but I also have to remove the class of the current button using the .active class. What is the easiest most efficient method of doing this?
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