So the above doesn't work for me for 2 reasons: 1. I load twice. I don't want to do that (but I also don't want to load the js and all because it will mess things up) 2. This puts #content inside #content
I am trying to update 2 div with a .ajax (i tried also .get ) call and i make this code working, so that the updating is realized within 2 url calls. but i can 't figure out how to do it within 1 call?
if i try the read the data var then i get the innerHTML of the clicked node (dhis) i thought i could read up the data var and extract somehow the innerHTML of #checkout_basketList but i can't because .ajax/.get somehow takes the innerHTML of the clicked node (dhis). so i have to make a new call that i do with .load (because of the partial load capabillities) but then again its stupid to do 2 call when all the info is already in the first call, is mine approch not good.
I have an ajax based page, which loads content from external page (html +js) So if i have a div "update_div" being updated with external content (html+js)
Let me be more specifig
Step1: Ajax content along with js loaded into update_div from a.html
Step2: Ajax content along with js loaded into update_div from b.html
What happens to the js loaded from a.html? Is it lurking in the memory or automatically/magically removed from the browser memory? I am afraid of memory leaks, if the js is still lurking in memory, the more ajax calls made, the more js is going to be held up in memory. Unless am totally wrong; i have no idea of the mechanism happening.
The code is supposed to generate this: PS: This is generated by a PHP Function that the Ajax Load Method Calls.
I've been noticing a lot of problems when loading these stuff, Sometimes I have to remake the HTML Tags because its not showing anything. Is there any option? I want it to load EXACTLY how it is, I don't know if this is some kind of protection for bad code, but if it is I would like to disable. But also, this code is really clean. no problem, I don't know.
I have the following code to load some pages into a div using the load function. When I click one of the links though, nothing happens. I have read a couple of books on JQuery and looking at the examples they give, this looks correct so I am at a loss.
Is there a way to load more than one html fragment using .load()? That is, I want my homepage to pull in multiple pages of content into the main page so that I can create a one-page site that slides vertically.
I have a html file that I want to load, loop through the json data and for each json entry I want to add a new block of the html and insert the json data into the matching div/class of the html. json looks like this:
So for each json entry of name/age, I want to insert that into the html, and then add another row, until all json data has been fetched. After this I want to insert all of this into #box, which is just a divthat should contain that html. Looping like this obviously does not work, since I just keep replacing the same html through the loop.
I'm trying to use the function once which is .load() and fetch my content from there,then after that I'd like to seperate the class's or div's I'll be using such as <div d="test1">This content will show in the external website</div>But I'm having trouble doing that, I've used multiple lines just to load the same page and take small bits of content out and it doesn't work well together as some load's results will be different compared to the others.Heres my code:
I'm using jQuery's .load() method to load some external content (html) that I want to stuff into a DIV, and all I'm getting is the raw html, not rendered html. How do I make it renderThe content I'm returning I've specifically rendered to NOT include the HTML/HEAD/BODY tags; it's just pure HTML that should be able to be dropped into any page.
I am trying to load html stream directly into webbrowser in delphi. The html contains java script. It loads xml and xsl files and display the xml content in the web browser. I got an error, says access denied for the command xmlDoc.load(fname); If I save the html into a file, test.html, and double click it, it is fine, no problem. The code is actually copied from [URL].
I found jQuery simply amazing and been using this since then. My first and current version that I use is 1.4.2. My code below works fine in 1.4.2 until I upgraded to 1.6.1. I'm using CI for my php,btw.$("#ResultPanel").html(ajax_load).load("irs/login"+"#div_One"); After I upgraded to 1.6.1 Firebug reports "404 Page Not Found. The page you requested was not found". But when I switch back to 1.4.2 it works fine again. When I read the 1.6.1 release note it only says .attr() and prop() method nothing that I understand about .load().
my code that no longer supported in 1.6.1 released?
im using .load to get a part of a html site into my div.Problem:For exapmle i have some markup like:<strong>some text</strong>When i load this content the tag is closing befor of the strongtag.Looks like this: