what i'm trying to do is have it when once a user clicks on a banner the join raffle button will show after clicking on the banner, along with opening up a new window to the link the banner had. I've been trying to set up a onclick event to do this but haven't had success This is the code ive tried using.
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:
Currently on the forum end of one of my sites, users like to create huge signatures. I would like them to have this option so I have used overflow to hide everything 150px and greater. On mousing over, the rest of the signature is displayed. This seems to annoy a lot of my members thou.Is there a way to show the overflowed text on button press using jquery or any other way?Edit:Another way to ask, a show/hide script that shows a max-height of 150px but on click shows the rest of the content.
I have a long list of events and I want somebody to be able to select one of those events & there will be a text box that shows the address pertaining to the event selected. Exactly how this website did here: http://svacpa.com/live-webinars-and-roundtables-with-demo/seminar-registration/
I designed a form having ten fields, will it be possible to have a jquery function that will make all the values in the form field to be displayed in a separate div outside the form by click of a button or a link?
I got this script of the internet that toggles a hidden div on/off. I have converted this script into a drop down menu so the hidden div is the second level of the menu and is floating above the rest of the content. how to go about modifying the script so that the hidden div is hidden again when i click anywhere on the page other than the div itself instead of having to toggle it.
Within my code below, when selecting 'Animals'in the dropdown menu a second dropdown menu appears.Selecting any item within this second dropdown menu causes a page redirect. When you click the back button in the browser, this second dropdown menu disappears in every browser besides Firefox. I want the user to be able to change their animal selection, e.g. choose 'Cat' first, then go back and choose 'Bird'.
I don't understand why the second dropdown menu disappears, going 'back' should display the page as it was. Is there any way to get the second dropdown menu to reappear without using a jQuery history plugin? This code does not behave as I have described in jsfiddle, so have pasted it here:
I have begun to look through the docs, tutorials and some of the plugins listed under "forms", but I am not 100% sure exactly what to look for or exactly how I would use it if I found it.
What I'm trying to do is have a 'Save As' dialog box pop up when I click an anchor tag. What's hidden in the anchor tag is base64 information, so my anchors look like this: <a href=# src='data:image;base64, (base64 string here)' ></a> So when I click on this, it gives me the option of downloading my base64 info just fine, but the problem is, the name of it looks to be just the entire base64 string. I was wondering if there was a way I could set this name? I can get the file name, so I'd love to just put '....jpg' as the name that the user downloads.
The reason I'm asking is because when I download the file, it comes out as (random characters).bin.part, and if I know the download is a pdf, I try opening it with a pdf viewer, but get yelled at by the MIME type... however, if I simply change '.bin.part' to '.pdf', I can open the file just fine, so I'd love for an automatic naming system, but not sure how to implement that. I've tried the document.execCommand('saveAs', '1', '<filename here>'), but I think this is for an actual file that you serve from the server... I don't have the actual file, just the base64.
I have one long text field in HTML to feed text as input in my page. the entered text will be shown as output text after some operations.In this context, i need to display few text(say 200 chars) only and i need to provide READMORE link/button which would show me the complete content of that text field. I need to achieve this shortly!