after a lot of investigations I don't know the answer why the attached sample doesn't work properly. Please take a look at the attached sample. That's a html file. Because of forbidden uploads of html files i removed the file extension. So please put after download the file extension ".html" on it and take a look at the sourcecode. The goal is to parse the included xml structure and to show the some information as checkboxes with a title or description.
The checkboxes are parsed based on a xml attributes. That works fine. The title/description should be parsed out of an xml element. That doesn't work. I don't know why. In my opinion the reason is the way of doing of the element pasring which is not right defined for IE.
I'm trying to replace the <head> of a page with the <head> of another page.[code]I call $("head").load("/About head")expecting to replace the <head> section of the current page with that of URL...However, the function seems to insert an empty string into my <head> tag.
That's a html file. Because of forbidden uploads of html files i removed the file extension. So put after download the file extension ".html" on it and take a look at the sourcecode.
The goal is to parse the included xml structure and to show the some information as tabs with a title. Unfortunately I need to run that in IE& or to day in quirks document mode cause my application just runs on that. <press F12 in IE and set document mode to quirks>
check the alerts: alert('ID: ' + $(this).attr('id')); works fine but not this: alert('ATTR: ' + $(this).children('title').first().text());
Perhaps there is something wrong with $(this).children('title').first().text(); or i have no child nodes in my object. normally I use find() to get rid of that but i saw somewhere that filter() is possible for older ie versions.
I have a js(using jQuery lib) file where all events and following actions(functions) are written. For one of such events there is a function that prepends one more similar element from which prepending was called:
so that when I will click to just prepended element one more element should be prepended and so on.The problem is that when new element is prepended, click event doesn't work on it. jQuery doesn't recognize it, like doesn't see it.
I'm trying to load one page into another using the .load() method. This loaded page contains a script that I want to execute when it has finished loading. I've put together a simple example to demonstrate:
When the link is clicked, the content should load and the second paragraph should fade away. However it doesn't execute. It is not just a matter of the DOM not being available, a simple alert("") won't execute either. However, if I do away with the #toLoad selector in the .load() call, it works fine. I am not sure why this is, as the <script> block is clearly in the scope of the #toLoad div? If the script from content.html was in the .load() callback, it works fine. I have worked around the problem by having the callback use .getScript () to load "content.js" afterwards and have the JS logic in there. This is arguably a more elegant solution anyway, but I'm keen to know *why* the above doesn't work, is it a bug?
<span id="more"> Did you know? <span>The milky way is round.</span> </span> Using $("#more span").css("border", "1px solid black");
will place a black border around "The milky way is round." If I change the <span> tags in the HTML to <div> tags and issue $("#more div").css("border", "1px solid black"); The same will happen. "The milky way is round" will be framed. However, if I change the <span> tags to <p> tags, as in
I need to get the attribute id of the current element which comes from a selector. As I found out with the help of this forum I need to use $(this).attr("id"). Unfortunately this just returns "undefinied" for me. Does anybody have an idea why this doesn't work?