JQuery :: Original Page Is Visible Before Modified Page?
Oct 25, 2010
I have found a useful script at [URL] which shows the date a page was last modified. I have put it at [URL] where it works perfectly. But the same script with a PHP file extension as here [URL] only shows the current time. There is no PHP in the page, but somehow the PHP processor seems to be upsetting it.
I don't know if this is a browser bug. I positioned a div at the bottom of the page just underneath the viewport, calculating it with $(document).height() and animate it to bottom:0, works great even when scrolling, cause of updating with the scroll-event. But when I reload this page or scroll down a bit the original position value was used, so it animates to the original viewport value.
If you go on my test site: [URL]... You will see a navigation menu at the top, with an animated ball. Every time you click on one of the links in the navigation menu, you will notice that after a new page is loaded there is a sudden jump from the balls original position to it's new position. (Not that obvious in Firefox but very obvious in IE and Safari) My question is how can I resolve this.
I assumed that wrapping the code in the $(document).ready function would elimate this issue as everything inside it will load before the page contents are loaded.
I have a regular html page called a.html this page opens a modal dialog window called modal1.html modal1.html contains a 'Next' button. when the button is pressed the modal1.html is replaced with modal2.html
modal2.html contains another button. when its button is pressed, the modal dialog window should close and the location of the original page a.html should change. I am trying to do something like:
i have a form, and for the user to upload a file, i use window.open with my upload script. however, after the file is uploaded, i want the filename to be put back on the original page in an input text field. how would i go about doing this?
When my page opens the text (Credit Card Validation Information) that I want to call shows up on the page before the link is selected. I would like this text to display only if and when the link is selected, not when the page opens. Code:
I'm trying to have a scroll function (scrollIntoView(true)) that scrolls to an element created by JS. This isn't working because when I use document.createElement the element's html doesn't show up in page source so I can't find it using document.getElementById.
I got a page on which on the left side there is a Tree with branches, on the right side of the page i got an <EMBED> tag that shows a pdf file, User can click on tree branches to expand them and can click on the leafs to view different pdf in on the right side of the page...
The problem is that if a user expand several branches the tree grows down and than the user scrolls down the page. to click some leaf of the tree... and by doing the scroll the <EMBED> tag with the pdf becomes invisible (because the user scrolled up)..
how can i make the <EMBED> tag stay allways on top of the page even if the user scrolls down....?
when i load page it does nothing only blank page, may have code in wrong place but not sure so can someone show me a working example so i can find out what i'm doing wrong also i would like the part of page to refresh evey 120 seconds is this possibe with jquery?
I've got 2 pages: a current events page and a past events page the current events page loads fine as there is only about 10 events the past events page takes about 30 seconds to load and will crash if u click your mouse in the loading time.
The pages are near identical the only difference is the query that selects the events (> versus <)
The page loads immediately without:
But when i put it back in the above happens. I'm using jQuery.roundedcorners.