I'd like to fadeIn an image when I click on an li element, but I don't seem to have the initial state of the image correct because I can't make it appear. I think the basic code is ok because if I change fadeIn to fadeOut and remove my attempts to make the image (img#bullet1Tip) invisible initially, I can click and fadeOut the image. This is my code:
I'm stuck with a simple jquery accordion script that is[URL]..The problem is that there are links inside my divs that brings to another page where the same accordion menu should be included and left opened at the same state like the previous page (hope to be enough clear. The script I'm using will always close all the accordion divs upon the second page load. I'm a total newbie of jquery and couldn't understand exactly how jquery works (among other things I've to do i promise that I will learn jQuery as soon as possible );
I have a scripts which filters a list of data based on a users selection from dropdowns in a form. The script updates a counter while the user is making the selections and also colates a url string which I then use to query a php db when the user clicks view results.
I also have a reset button in the form so the user can quickly go back to the start. When this is clicked it does reset all the dropdowns and inputs to their defualt values but it doesn't reset my js functions back to their initial states.
Can anyone tell me how I can do this? Is there a js reset function I can use?
Issue with Internet Explorer 7 and the Hover State of this div (highlighted in red).[url]
To view an example of what's going on. If I try simply using jquery's mouseover() function without a mouseout () it actually works in the red area, so for some reason a mouseout() is always getting triggered in the left area of the left most box and there's nothing different in that box's css vs. the others.
However, when I send people to any of the inner topics, all they see is the initial collapsed state of the site. I want to be able to provide a URL that will set the toggle to open, and show all of the content for that section on entry.
Here is my code and js, can anyone point me in the right direction?
I am attempting to make a menu that has a background image that changeswhen you rollover or click a menuitem. I've got the hover effect working fine with CSS, but am trying to implement the click event via jquery with the following:
My process is to reset the entire menu to the inactive state, then switch on the active state for the item that was clicked. Eventually, the item that was clicked will display its corresponding body section as well. I've tried using the CSS pseudo-class "active", but since the entire div is the link, that is unavailable. I've also tried multiple variations of addClass/removeClass, toggleClass, and setAttribute/removeAttributebut nothing hasworked so far.
I have an image that I start out with opacity = 0. Then when I rollover the image area the opacity is set to 1 so I can see the image, and when I roll off of the image the opacity is set back to 0:
This works fine. But the image has an image map that defines a small hot spot. When I roll over the hot spot the image hover state is interrupted and the image goes away. Does anyone know how I can keep the image hover state active when rolling over the image hot spot?
Let me explain what is going on. Inside of a div with the id = navContain, are a few images. These images are used as navigation links. These images have the class = imgPos. When you roll over one of these images, the css top property adds 92 pixels.
The image contains two different colored variations of the word "HOME." When the image is in its off state, the word home is white. When you roll over the image, jQuery animates it so that the white text of the word "HOME" slides down, and then a colored version of the word "HOME" slides down and takes its place. This is the same image, just its top property is being changed. jQuery does nothing more than change the top property.
The problem: Sometimes when you roll your mouse over it for the first time, it properly animates to the over state, but then gets stuck in that state even when you mouse off of it. Still in its over state, if you mouse over it again, the over state jumps up and down violently. It never goes back to the state where the text should be white - its original state.
I've tried the stop() function, as you can see in my code. Still, this problem persists and I can't seem to figure it out alone.
I have 6 horizontal navigation image links on top of my site. The regular images are black n white, but on the hover they transform to a colored image. Each image leads to a different page on my site, I'm wondering if I can make the image corresponding to that page light up whenever on that page.
I use sprites for rollover effects so the hover attribute just changes the background image position. Everything works cool with the rollovers. What I would like to do, is make a text link that when rolled over will change a separate background image to it's hover state. I should add, that the the rollover image has it's own div and is separate from where the text link is located. To get a visual you can check the website [URL] In the body section I would like to make each of the dark red section titles a link that when rolled over will change the hover state of the corresponding "more" button.
I have some code which moves an element from one position in the document to another, when a link is clicked. The link itself is moved as well. The CSS makes the link's background change colour when hovering.
This problem is only occurring in IE6/7/8, which is that, when the element (containing the hyperlink which was clicked) is moved, the "hover" state of the link remains "on", that is the background colour remains, even though the link is now somewhere else on the page and no longer under the mouse. The only thing which turns the hover effect off is to move the mouse over and away from it again.
Works fine in Firefox and Chrome, the hover state disappears when the link is moved.
Question is, how do I programmatically switch the link's hover state off, so it goes back to normal in IE? I've tried .blur(), .mouseout(), resetting the className, no luck so far.
[ed] Here's a code demo of the effect in action.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"> <html> <head>
Is there a way to tell the state of slideToggle? My problem is I have two buttons that change a div and also toggle it open/close. But if you click one button then click the other, the changes take effect and then it will close. So is there something like if(slideToggle() == open) or something along those lines?
Can the div report back that its css display state got changed to none? Not sure whether I am making much sense since reckon most events are triggered by user action and not the change of css display status. The idea is basically that a staticpositioneddiv shown on several pages but not others, caused by css set display:none. During hiding the div should change its state and return to the previous state when being displayed again. Is it possible to bind an event to the change of the css display state instead of user action such as clicks?
I have a half dozen bookmarks for rounded corner plugins, but am wondering if there's a "state of the art" plugin kicking any booty on that these days? What I'd *really* like is to just be able to set -moz border radiuses in CSS and have a plugin magically use those to create rounded corners in IE and Safari (IE mainly... using excanvas or something with it is fine, too).
i have used it for creating a table with Sorting and Paging. The table works perfectly without any issues per se except what i need now. I have used the following files: jquery-1.3.2.js, JQtable.js, and jquery.tablesorter.pager.js.
My problem is that there are links in 1 column of the grid. If a user clicks on the link, the user is redirected to another page. But when the user clicks on Back button, the Jquery Table always loads on the 1st Page with default settings and does not load the page on which the row wa present.
i need to go back to the same page of the table (from where the link has been clicked) with the same size for paging and sort order on clicking Back or a Link to the Page.
So in short - is there any pugin which we can use witht the jquery table to save the state and use it to load the table accordingly on Page Load?
I have been trying to find an answer to this question. I am trying to create a nav bar using jquery that uses images and rollovers. So there is an on state, off state and clicked state for three different tabs/images.
example: Home | Support | About
The problem Ióm having is getting the clicked/on state to turn off the other image/tab if it was already on/clicked state. What keeps happening is each tab stays active when clicked instead of toggling off and on.
I've been researching a good effective way to do 3 state image rollovers with jQuery, but haven't found anything that's workable with an AJAX style page. The page consists of a ul based menu that shows and hides new content depending on the selection. What I'm attempting to achieve is once the image has been clicked on, for the "over" state to remain until a new choice is made from that menu, aka another image has been clicked on. Once another image was clicked on, it would then display the active state and the previous would not.
This function is getting called as it should. the line "if ($("lumode").attr('checked'))" is not detecting the state of the checkbox properly. It always returns false so mode never gets set to 'all'. (#lumodestate is a button I am using to test the function).