I need to click on a child element and trigger an function in the parent, but know when i enable it both child and parent are getting executed.As you see in the attachment photo when I click the flip page icon the T-shirt should hide and create a description on T-shirt.
Put a link on my page that will open an external site (over which I have no control) in a pop-up window. When the user closes the pop-up, I want my original page to redirect to another page. The difficulty I'm having is that I can't add any code to the page in the pop-up as it's not my site.
I have created parent child checkboxes. When one child is selected, then parent of that child, other child of same name and parent of that same name's child will be selected... Now I want if I unchecked any child, then only same name of child and parents should be unchecked or if I unchecked Parent Child, then same name of parent and child will be unchecked.
Right now I am adding a click function to a div element on the page, it triggers a slideDown() animation. I would like it so when the user clicks on an 'a' link inside the div it does not cause the animation.
Currently it triggers the animation because the 'a' is inside the div that I have a click event for.
I tried checking inside the click function for my div element to see if 'this.tagName == 'A'' but it always says DIV, even when I click on the link.
I also tried adding a click event to all the links that stops any animations, but for some reason its not stopping the animation.[code]...
I am trying to figure out the syntax for the following. For this version I am simply trying to select the 2nd child of the SLIDE HOLDER div. For this test I am just making the width grow. My next pass will be to get the index of the DOT clicked and then pass it to the child of the other parent. Please see line 24. I know this is incorrect but placed it to give you an idea of what I am trying to accomplish.
The parent (class="panelContent") div contains a child element that is generated/rendered last. This makes the child element #ReportViewer1 overlap the parent (class="rptViewer"). Can I jQuerytize the parent div to adjust it's size after the child renders so it is contained/displayed in the parent?
I have a div (representing a form) with a number of images positioned absolutely within it. The images represent buttons and what I'd like to do is click on one of the images/buttons and the whole form to fade out with the exception of the selected button which merely changes it's opacity from 1 to 0.5 (to remind the user it was clicked). Here's the code I'm using:
However, despite referencing the elements in a number of ways (they have unique id's), every time I run this, $(this) won't show - the opacity is being set but it seems to remain steadfastly invisible whilst the parent div is invisible/hidden - am I barking up completely the wrong tree here ?
I have two pages parent.html and child.html, the parent has a link called "Search", when clicked the child open in a modal centered window that has a search form, the search in the child return a list of rows, so when clicking a row the child window close and data is transferred to the parent.
i am curious if there is a simple solution to this very common problemim sure lots get.i have a div with some children items in it and when i fade one ofthem out the div jumps down to the appropriate height. i would like toknow is there a simple way to animate the div to shrink nicely insteadof just jumping to its new size?
I have little bizarre problem. Working in Java web development we have project that we use plenty of templates from Velocity. Where one template can refresh section of it self and display one or more templates. My problems is that in parent template I have to pop up window with message if in child template and item from group A been moved to group B or vice-versa. How to change on child template can be propagated up to parent?
In jQuery, how to select a parent element to a child if I attached a click event on the parent but also want a click event on a child within.
Let's say I have a the following code :
There may be several of those classes in the page. I then use jQuery to replace the inner HTML to the clickclass div when clicked on with some other code and a input button (with an ID of, let's say 'save_button').
This works fine for that part:
I then want to have the button clickable so that I can replace again the HTML in the div (like a save button). But if I try a separate event listener on the input button, it also fires the parent event. Even if I return false on the child event or use event.stopImmediatePropagation() in the .click child function.
I've managed to almost get it with the following code :
If the event is triggerd form 'clickclass', then replace with HTML + input button
The problem is that whenever I try using .parent() with jQuery, it always tells me that parent() is not a function. I've tried various other ways of getting the parent object (the clickclass div) but can't get it to work.
Not really sure how the best way to start explaining this, but I have a small script set up that activates a second section to an accordion to display information. The idea is that a table cell will be clicked and then the second according will activate displaying information relating to the cell that was clicked in accordion part 1.
I have managed to get it to update coding in the var's by hand, now I want to be able to get certain bits of information from a nested div that is hidden in the table cell (I know, very messy - but it will all be made a little less messy in the future when I have got the process correct).