I have a main menu at the top of each page of my site and on one single page a Coda Slider. To reach each different slide you need just #1. #2 etc from within the Coda page, but to get to it from a different location you need www.sitename/pagename/#1
Now I cant have both versions in the menu. So is there a way to add some script, just to the single Coda Slider page and get it find each of the links (I can add a class to them) and remove the link up to the # tag, so the link would then just be #1 and would correctly use the Coda slider panels.
i have this code below. When it is loaded it shows a link with the text "Estado 1". When you click it, it should be replaced by another link with the text "Estado 2". When you click on "Estado 2" the link "Estado 1" should appear again and so on...
My problem: after clicking "Estado 1" the sentence "Estado 2" is showed, but not as a link but as plain text..
I need the page to detect which "sub" is being displayed and change the style of that particular link so the user can see which is the active link.
For instance - When the page loads, by default, all subs are hidden except sub1 which is today's content - So when the page loads, I want the "Today" link to be styled differently to the rest... However, if they then go on to click "Tomorrow" - as well as changing the content like it already does, I need it to also switch the style of the link from the "Today" link to the "Tomorrow" link.
I have a script that has several links and when you rollover the link it changes a main picture to be view as an image. But, when you no longer mouse over the link, it switches back to the default image.
I'd like for the last link that was rolled over to stay enlarged as the main pic until you roll over a different link.
My company has 2 email apps. One for external (MS Outlook) and one for internal (GroupWise). On my Intranet, I need to connect the mailto tags to the internal system. Does anyone know how to do this? I can't make GroupWise everyone's default email program because many people use both frequently. I would greatly appreciate any help or direction.
Is there a way I can read my address bar and write the link to a file. I think it is great that websites post the code I need but the cut and paste thing gets to be a drag. If I am using my browser I am not editing my site. I need a way to save from the http and com. are maybe the part between the two dots.
So here's my situation, I have a div that is clickable and redirects to a page using the window.location.href method. I'm not using anchor tags because within the div, there are other links that can be clicked. So I'm using the onclick redirect for the div, then using stopPropagation to prevent the redirect when links are clicked.
I have been looking for a solution for a long time. I have embedded a SWF app in html page using SWFObject. Now I need to give the Flash app the address where it is currently embedded, since the same SWF file is embedded in more than one locations! So the Flash app is supposed to pull the right content according to its current position
I am trying to get a slider (slidedeck) to open to a certain slide when the page loads according to the current url.
I'm really new to JS so I'm not even sure if this is the best way to go about this, but SlideDeck don't offer support for linking to a specific slide when using their WordPress plugin (which is poor form I think) so I need to figure it out myself.
I am trying to make sense of the location hash etc. However, I have a few issues that I need to overcome in the process.I have 3 tabs, which need to create a hash and then allow return to that tab on page reload.This is what I need doing: firstly, I need to check the filename accessed and if it is the correct filename (say 'testing.php' or 'testing') then I need to check the GET parameters to see which ones have been called and exist, THEN I need to check the hash to see which tab to load.
I am creating an admin section for a site I'm building. One of the options is to change the sort order of a list of items. I have all the backend (PHP) code running properly, but having a little issue with the jQuery. When the user clicks the Move Up link, how can I switch the table row containing the link they clicked on, and the one above it (row 3 becomes 2, and row 2 becomes 3)?
i have an animated gif (a circle being filled) as a slidebullet for the active slide. It works just fine when u dont touch the controlls, but if i click another bullet it does not restart the gif animation when switching to the gif on that bullet, so it looks really cheap.. Is there a jQuery (or another) way of restarting the animation from the beginning when manually switching bullet/slide?
ust started learning jQuery I'm trying to switch content of two DOM elements (I hope i've got the terminology correct there) but i'm struggling I can clone 'test_container_2''s content to ' test_container_1' but I would really like to switch the content '1' to '2' and '2' to '1' in one movement if possible, or if I can somehaow capture the content in a variable and then apply the variable to the other content of the container that would be fantastic.[code]
I have five div tags(jquery tabs) in my aspx page...Inside the second div(tab) i have a button. onclick of that buttton the second div(tab) should be switched..instead of that the first tab is coming.. How can i switch the tab in code behind(Inside button onclick event)...
I hope I'm posting in the right place. I looking to create an image banner rotater with tabs switching the images. On first click of a tab, I'm looking for the function to switch to that tab's associated image. After the image is active, the next time you click on that same tab, it would kick you to some URL within the site. It would function like on the Yahoo! homepage: the tab box with NEWS | WORLD | LOCAL | FINANCE
Does anyone know of an existing jQuery function to do this?