I'm having trouble accessing some Elements with jQuery after I created them and added them to the HTML. I want to add some Checkboxes to my Site as soon as the user clicks another Checkbox. That works just fine. But if the user clicks on one of these added checkboxes, i want an event to trigger, too. For starters, i just want to alert a message. But this doesnt happen.So, now I think the Elements are added properly to DOM tree. But still, when I click on one of the added input Elements, nothing happens.What am I doing wrong? How can i get jQuery to recognize the Elements I added?
i retrive data from web service using .ajax() and appand that data in nested <ul><li>..ajax() is run under $(document).ready() .. After appending the data (received from ajax) to <ul><li> I want to perform some .click() on these appended elements .. but i can't seem to get it working. Is this a bug or the .click() function should be placed somewhere else.
where class 'hoverNow' means, that opacity of the image is 1.0, while others 0.5. This done with css. i want to do, that when mouse hover the 'li' element, image, IF it's not in the li element, who's having class 'hoverNow', become with opacity 1.0, and on mouseover, again will have 0.5 opacity. For this, i write this simple code:
I have a form that has it's HTML inserted into the database (yeah yeahI know..not my idea..I'm new here and just finding this out).Anyway, each form field has an embedded class in the HTML.The form is dynamically generated. Can be anywhere from 5 to 10 to 20to 50 fields.How can I loop over each form field and add a new class to the field
I need to match an h3 with a p that has the same class. However, there are multiple elements and multiple classes, so I'm trying to store the class in a variable (x) and say "when I hover over the h3 with class x, get the p with class x and fade it in".
I'm sure this is much simpler than I have been making it seem in my head so I'm giving up and asking Basically I have a html document being dynamically created by php. In the markup I create some divs (the number of which changes between pages) all of which belong to the same class (class="div") and have id's of the same format (id="div_90001" or "div_88926773"). What I want to do is perform a function on eachelementin the class and extract the number in the id and then perform a function with the number (AJAX) and then return the results to the div (probably some extra markup)
I can handle all the AJAX parts, the extracting of the id number etc... I just can't make a function that will work on all elements in a class. I fear I am not making much sense, I'll try again cos I don't think I'd understand what's above. I have some divs that belong to a class, I want to perform the same function on each of the elements in the class. How is this done?
I have two functions show after the message. The first works fine. When a checkbox is clicked with the class availableProfile, its class is removed, selectedProfile added. It is then appended to anotehr list and destroyed in the original. However when i click the now moved checkbox it doesn't recognize it has the new class of selectedProfile.
I have a few input button classes all with the same class. When a user clicks on the input button, then I disable the input button so the user does not click on it again. I want to make it so when the user goes back, all of the buttons of the same class are active again(including the one that the user just clicked on).
This is a hard one for me: I got some elements with the class "tiles". What I am looking for is a function, which adds a class "flip" to each element but with a delay between each call of addClass(".flip"), so that the elements change the way they look sequentially, not one after another, but with a delay. Has anyone an idea?