JQuery :: Wrapping Specific Words Inside SPAN Elements?
Jun 12, 2010
I have a (not too long) paragraph. In this paragraph a few words are wrapped with <span class="emphasize_m"> and <span class="emphasize_xl"> What i want to do is wrap all words in <span> which aren't wrapped already.Then i want to switch all span opacities to 0 (zero).I don't have an idea of how to wrap words separately.
I've got an unordered lists. I need to make the numbers larger (ordered lists numbers) and keep the text in the list at the same size. So what I was assuming I need to do is make the <li> font-size larger (the size I want the unordered list number to be), then wrap the text with a <span> and make the <span> smaller. I'm using a CMS and since the client will be modifying the text in the CMS, I can't exactly tell them to put <span> text, blah, blah</span> in the unordered lists as they won't figure that out. So how would I write the jQuery to wrap the text in the unordered lists with a span? Currently the output is like so:
I'm working with an XML feed that I'm displaying using XSLT. Everything is working great except for 1 thing. One of the nodes that I'm using has a bunch of data in it that I need to split into separate divs for the design. jQuery should work wonderfully for it, but my problem is that in the data I'm supplied there is a string that *should* have a <p></p> around it, but it doesn't. So therefore I have no idea how to select it.[code]
What is happening is $(this) is no longer based on .expand being the (this) that is clicked.
like if i have a button SOMEWHERE randomly on the page with this
<div onclick="Minimize('_alerts');">Click Here</div> this will minimize alerts but because the (this) in minimize function doesn't actually point to the right button that I want to add a class to.
Is there a way to modify the minimize function so that it finds the <div id="mytoggle"><ul> <li class="expand boxminimize" rel="_alerts"> using the rel toggle, and then changes the class of the li from expand boxminimize to boxexpanded??
just like the .expand click function I posted on the top of the post that works?
The error I get is - this is similar to the errors I get when checking and unchecking a check box: Message: 'null' is null or not an object Line: 64 (this would be line comSpc.innerHTML = 'something1';) Char: 4 Code: 0
i would like to create a list of all images inside a specific div. It should be outputted as ul li list. The List should be clickable and on click i would like to be send to the position of the image on my site.
I have a TD element, with a SPAN element inside. I use td-s onmouseover and onmouseout events for a small animation. My problem is, that, when I move the cursor over the SPAN element, the onmouseout event for TD element is fired. I want to prevent this. With other words, I want onmouseout fired, just when the cursor is moved outside the td area. See the code..
My goal is to load the JS for a specific element before displaying that element. I integrated a third part script, and it works well. I set the timer here:
About mid-body I have: <span id="countdown1">2010-07-20 00:00:00 GMT+00:00</span> which allows for the setting of a target date to countdown to.
When the page first loads it shows the above long format target time, until the js/meta tags kick in to modify it to just show the actual countdown as 00:00:00.
I have attached countdownpro.js to this post. I tried shifting the function CD_Init() to the top of the script, and also appended it inline with the .html. I tried setting the big external script to "defer", but neither arrangement worked. I also tried placing the src file right at the top.
I have an instance of a div (button), inside this div is a link wrapped in a span. When you hover over the div (".home-button")I want to move the background position inside its "span a", I've achieved this using the code below.
I appended elements inside this div. But I want it where if a check box is checked then that element which is an a tag html element that will be removed.
The problem... when lets say append 3 <a> tag elements. when I remove all 3. Then append like 4.. I see like gaps. like I want it where if I delete the element it will float upwards. what that means that if I got 3 elements and I delete all 3 and then append 1 new one... then that new one should be shown at the top of the div. Not displayed a little bit lower then where the 3rd element we removed was located at.
It seems like that html code that is appended still stays there for some reason.
I want to hide all divs inside a specific div. Fx. <div name="theDiv"> <div id="hidden">hidden div</div> </div> I would think it was: document.getElementsByName('theDiv').getElementsByTag('div').style.visibility="visible"; But that doesn't work?
I am trying to modify a jquery plugin (Infinite Carousel) to present some boxes instead of a plain image content. Here is theDemo I m not sure if this is more styling or scripting issue but I am encountering with tow problems as:1 - Contents of The Second round (First Click to Right) Doesn't fit inside the wrapper2 - There are some unknown dots ... after the Twelve and before the first item(in First click to left or Second Click to Right).