JQuery :: Stuck On Selecting A Span With Multiple Classes?

Sep 1, 2009

$("span#tak_box").click(function() {
alert("hi");
});

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JQuery :: Stuck With Checkbox Selecting?

May 20, 2009

I have a situation where there is a matrix grid of checkboxes, and individual entire rows or columns must be able to be toggled between checked and unchecked state.

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Simple, right? But the columns part, I can't figure out. I put everything in each column in the same class, with the hopes that on click, I'd be able to figure out a way to take the class value of the link - (this).className - and use it to target checkboxes in the same class. But I have no idea how to do this. I haven't been at jquery that long. I'd be incredibly grateful for some help, a starting point, a command that would work....

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JQuery :: Add/remove Classes To 100 Span Tags (one At At Time) Using A Single Button

Aug 12, 2010

For the HTML I have

<span id="one">Vestibulum </span> <span id="two">tortor</span> <span id="three">quam,</span>

for the JS I have

$("button").toggle(
function () {
$("span").removeClass("big");

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this cycles through and does what i need, however i have like 100 span tags ... is there a way to do this without having to identify every span ID ?

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JQuery :: Selecting Contents Of Span - Result Empty

Jul 25, 2010

I want to select the contents of a span in jquery. This is the html:
<a href="?page=home&action=add&id={$film.film_id}">
<img src="images/shoppingcartButton.png"
id="shoppingButton" alt="shoppingcartButton" title="shoppingcartButton"/>
<span>{$film.film_id}</span></a>

The jquery I have is:
lalala = ($('#shoppingButton span').text());
alert(lalala);
But the result is empty.

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JQuery :: Get First Element When There Are Multiple Classes

Jun 16, 2009

How do you get the first element when the element got multiple classes?

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JQuery :: Create Paragraphs With Multiple Classes

Sep 7, 2011

It works fine when I give the paragraph a single class name, but when I attempt to create multiple class names the 2nd class name is not created.This is the (erroneous) markup that is created :<p class="class1" class2= "">test</p>How do I instead create (eg) <p class="class1 class2">test</p>.I know that multiple appends are not efficient but it is just a working example.

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JQuery :: Select Items With Multiple Classes

Feb 28, 2010

[code]I want to be able to highlight all of the divs which contain both the classes 'two' and 'three'. So the first and the third divs above are highlighted but the second isn't because it doesn't contiain both classes.I can see how to select multiple classes like this:$('.two, .three').css('background',''yellow');This selects items with either'two' or 'three' classes. I want it only to select the items with both classes.

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JQuery :: Adding Multiple Classes To ToolTip Functionality

Jan 14, 2012

I am using a JQuery ToolTip on all links with a title="" and it works great. I want to add another class to (.shadow) and it only seems to work with one class.

Here is the code to initialize:

BTW I am using noConflict b/c I am running other JQuery scripts on the page.

I have tried:

And also:

Also tried creating two scripts. One with var $tooltip1 and the other with var tooltip2.

So far nothing has worked.

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JQuery :: Add Show And Hide Behaviour To Multiple Classes

Nov 9, 2010

adding my show and hide behavior across various classes, so the message shown will be unique to the class.

My J-Query looks like this;

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {
$('#One').hide(); /
$('.col2').hover(

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I have include a demo that should make it clearer, as to what I want to achieve. Ideally, each box will show a unique overlayed message as the user's mouse enters the box and hide once the mouse leaves.

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JQuery :: Hide Multiple DIVs - Two Classes For One Element?

May 21, 2010

I made this small piece of code, and I think I made it in a very drawn out way. I am sure there is a lot quicker way to do it. I want all divs to be cleared that are in a certain div. So when one link is clicked, the visible div is replaced with the new one (depending on the link)

Here is the code I have done...
$(document).ready(function(){
$(".untitled1link").click(function(){
$('.untitled1, .untitled2, .untitled3, .untitled4, .untitled5_1, .untitled5_2, .untitled5_3, .wall, .lightswitch, .detritus, .untitled6, .table, .socket, .socket2').hide();
$(".untitled1").fadeIn('5');
});
});

I just need a way to say clear all in that certain div, rather than having to name each class. I was thinking of giving each of those another class which is uniform across them all. But I don't think you can have two classes.

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JQuery :: Pull One Class From An Element With Multiple Classes

Jan 17, 2011

This can't be too hard, but I'm not seeing the answer. Elements on a web page may contain a class starting with "tr_". Sample HTML:I'm using the following to select matching elements: $('[class*=tr_]').each(function() So far so good. But now, I need to get the name of the class that starts with "tr_" from each matching element.

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JQuery :: Multiple Classes Selector Causing Trouble?

Sep 19, 2009

In order to allow users to filter content, I've created a small checkbox list. To each checkbox is attached an ID, and too some divs on the page are attached these id's too (in the class attr that is); one div can be attached to multiple id's, and so have multiple classes.

In order to show or hide my div's I wrote :
function couponsVisibles(){
$('.checkInteret').each(function(){
var coche = $(this).attr("checked");
if (coche) {
var idCoupons = $(this).attr("id");
$(".zoneCoupon , div[class='" +idCoupons+ "']").each(function(){
$(this).fadeIn();
});
}});
}
$(".checkInteret").click(function(){
var coche = $(this).attr("checked");
if (!coche) {
var idCoupons = $(this).attr("id");
$(".zoneCoupon , div[class='" +idCoupons+ "']").each(function(){
$(this).fadeOut();
});
}couponsVisibles();
});
It looks like my selector "$(".zoneCoupon , div[class='" +idCoupons+"']")" doesn't work, but I can't figure out why. I've started using the [attribute*=value] selector, but this selector doesn't seem to make a difference beetween class='8 10' and class='8 1'...

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JQuery :: Select Elements With Multiple Classes AND Logic?

Apr 13, 2010

The default behaviour for a class selector is: "An element can have multiple classes; only one of them must match." Is there a class selector where you can use multiple classes and all of them have to match?

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JQuery :: Store In Variable Only First / Only Second Of Element's Multiple Classes

Apr 22, 2010

I'm using this bit of jQ to add a class to two different elements based on the class of another (parent/grandparent, etc) element.

First, when there's no class at all in <div id="main-content">, the 'active' class is added to *all* the #nav-primary LIs, and also to *all* the #aux-left DIVs; how can I modify this so that in the absence of any class on #main-content, do nothing?

Second, how can I target only the first or second of multiple classes to store in the 'containerClass' variable, e.g., <div id="main-content" class="apples bananas">?

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JQuery :: Toggling Visibility Of Elements With Multiple Classes?

Sep 12, 2011

I've got a list of links and divs. When I click on a link I want to keep showing all the divs which have a class that matches the clicked link id and hide all the divs which don't. At the same time I want to add another class (.item) to the matching divs and remove it from any div which is hidden.

When I run the code below, clicking any of the links hides all the divs apart from the one which doesn't have a matching colour class.

$('a.filterclick').click(function(){
var id = $(this).attr('id');
if($('.filterclass').hasClass(id)) {$('.filterclass').removeClass('filteredout').addClass('item');
}else

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JQuery :: Appending Multiple Items With The Same Span Name?

May 13, 2009

I need to append multiple spans to the line items in an unordered list. Essentially, each line item contains a <span> and I need to grab the content of that span and append it to the bottom of the line item it's contained in. Here's what I have so far: My jquery code:

$("ul").ready(function(){
var Name = $(".name") .text();
var Content = $(".content") .text();

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As you can see, instead of taking the all the "Name" var's and putting them together, instead of just using the "Name" var of that line item.

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JQuery :: Update Multiple SPAN Elements On My Page Using The $.get Function

Feb 14, 2011

I am fairly new with jQuery and am trying to figure something out. I am trying to update multiple SPAN elements on my page using the $.get function. So far this is the code I have...

I can loop through and verify it is catching all of them

This outputs the data I am expecting from the GET

How can I set the data returned to the innerHTML of the current span element in the loop?

I have tried $(this).innerHTML and this.innerHTML, but neither worked

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Retrieve Table Rows With Multiple Classes ?

Jun 15, 2010

The following works if the row that i want to display has one class. But if it has two classes this don't work.

For example this works

Code:

And this don't since it has two classes. How can i have two classes on a tag and still chose wich one i want to use when i want to show them or not??

Code:

Code:

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Using "contentEditable" On Span And Auto-selecting On Click

Dec 1, 2009

I have contentEditable="true" on some span tags on my page. The idea is to allow admin users to edit content inline on the page without having to send them to a giant form page. When only using contentEditable="true" it works fantastically. You can click into the span and type away. Now, the admin users want the text to be selected in the span once they click into it or bring focus to it by tabbing. I'm using the following function onclick and onfocus to get this working:

Code:
function selectText(el)
{
var span = $(el);
// FIREFOX
if (Browser.Engine.gecko) {
var div = document.createRange();
div.setStartBefore(span);
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JQuery :: Selector Not Selecting Multiple Checkboxes IE?

May 26, 2010

In IE, The selector for multiple inputs is not working whereas in firefox it is. Below is the html.

<td><input id="contactInfo.shippingAddress.city" name="contactInfo.shippingAddress.city" onchange="needToConfirm = true;" type="text" value="city" maxlength="100"/></td>
<td ><input id="contactInfo.shippingAddress.state" name="contactInfo.shippingAddress.state"

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JQuery :: Selecting Elements Using Multiple Parameters?

Aug 4, 2010

Selecting elements using multiple parameters like here: $('descendant', 'ancestor').text(); seems to be way more popular than css-like syntax: $('ancestor descendant').text(); Do those two differ in performance, or is it just about being intuitive to particular people?

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JQuery :: Selecting / Operating On Multiple Elements?

Aug 12, 2010

I am creating an FAQ type page with rows of questions that will drop down the respective answer when clicked. I have it mostly working, except I can't find a way to close all answers before opening the next one. I have tried everything I can think of (or search), but to no avail. I am using the following code, where QQQ1/2 are the questions, and AAA1/2 are the answer divs:

//Question/Answer
$(".QQQ1,.QQQ2").click(function () {
// check the visibility of the next element in the DOM
if ($(this).next().is(":hidden")) {

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JQuery :: Multiple Selecting Based On Class Number?

Apr 16, 2010

I have mulitiple 'a' tags with different classes (aclass1, aclass2, aclass(n)) and I have multiple divs, also with consecutive classes (divclass1, divclass2, divclass(n)). Is there a way to select the 'a' tags to match the div based on its number (ie. 'aclass1' with 'divclass1' and aclass2 with divclass2)? For example something like this:

$(document).ready(function() { $(".aclass(n)").event(".divclass(n)");
});

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JQuery :: Selecting And Rating Multiple Items From A List?

Jul 24, 2009

how to implement this bit of UI wizardry. I have a list of categories and the user is asked to pick all applicable items and then rate them individually. Right now I have a long list with checkboxes. Whenever a user checks one of the boxes a rating control pops up next to it and they just select the number of stars they want to rate the item.

Although this works for my purposes, it's a bit clumsy and takes up a lot of real estate (I have 30 items in the list so far and this may grow). What would be the best way to get this done?

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JQuery :: Selecting Multiple Elements And Storing Them In A Variable?

Mar 23, 2011

just a very basic question. Have a div (id - photos) with multiple images. 1) Does this select them all? $('#photos img') 2)If so, how can i capture this information? Like so -> var bunchOfStuff = ($('#photos img')); and 3) if so, why can't i do something like alert(bunchOfStuff.length)into code tags...

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JQuery :: Selecting One Item And Manipulating Multiple Items?

Apr 15, 2011

I am missing something here but this is what I want to do. I want to select a checkbox as such

$('chkRequired');
Easy enough. But I want to then use $(this).attr('checked','true'); and then $(this).show(); and then $(this).next().show();
How can I formulate that into something like:

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