I found, after some googling, a js that shows broken image links in FF. I wonder if its possible to alter it so that the script displays the broken link image in the same size as the original image is in. Now it makes it in to 80x80px [code]...
I could not find each() in jQuery's documentation. Could it be included there, as I was browsing all the features to find out what exactly is the collection of elements returned by the many JQuery functions and how to be able to access and manage each of them separately, but could not find a page for "each" anywhere (which I found on some tutorial later).
I'm getting a database error trying to access the validate plugin documentation. [URL] Error: A database query syntax error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software. The last attempted database query was: (SQL query hidden) from within function "MediaWikiBagOStuff::_doquery". MySQL returned error "1205: Lock wait timeout exceeded; try restarting transaction (localhost)".
I am developing a Firefox extension and after upgrading from jQuery v1.2.6 to v1.3.2 I found that including jQuery in the XUL-file will break other extensions that displays buttons on the toolbar, among those is Adblock Plus.
I have not tried any versions between those mentioned so I do not know in what version this happened. If i revert to v1.2.6 everything is OK.
I've written a small plugin to serve as a feature rotator and am having one strange problem.You can see some demos of the plugin and documentation here:
http://pbskids.org/pbskidswidgets/carousel.html.The plugin does a number of things that involve reading the width and height of DOM elements and using them to set the width and height of other elements. The problem is that sometimes in Firefox and Safari, when the page loads, the widths and heights of panels in the carousel are fracked.
Reload the page and the problem's fixed. In Safari, I can't get it to happen again on many reloads. In Firefox, though, if I reload repeatedly, I can get the problem to happen again: maybe once every seven or eight times.It looks like something's happening with page loading, but I'm at a loss to diagnose it further: is the script firing before the elements have fully loaded sometimes, and then works on subsequent tries because those elements are in the cache? Also: I've never seen this error in any of the IE versions.
Has anyone seen a great tutorial on how to use the dom to properly parse an xml document? I was hoping to find something in depth that might show maybe via a pictorial how child nodes and node data etc relates to an example xml document.
Basically, when you click a link a function is called with a parameter based on the particular link you run. Then the code runs through an xml file, and if the parent of the nodes I've cyling through has a value equal to the parameter past to the function, that node is used to create a new link with window.open function attached to it.It all works, or seems to, and when I alert what is being built, it looks right to me, yet the links don't work.I've attached a copy of one of the alerts of one of the links as it's built.