I'm looking to give viewers options for changing the colour scheme of a site. I've had a trawl through through the basic jQuery and UI capabilities, and it looks like toggleClass is the best option.
Has anyone other suggestions, from the range of other plugins?
The options will likely include changing the body backgound color, and background-image; changing text colour on certain classes; and changing the *content* of a div, which is the background layer for one area of the window.
The button is a blob of colour (.jpg) with text over the top. I want two things to happen: first, when the cursor is rolled over the .jpg and then the text, I want the text to change colour. This works ok. Second, I want to link to industry.php when clicked. This works ok over the .jpg but, obviously, not over the text.
I spotted some nice code to change the background colour of a web page to one of four different colours at random but I can't find it now!
The method was to select a number at random from 1 to 4 by using the rnd() function and then dividing by modulus 4. The result was then used to select a cell in a 4 cell array which was holding a different colour in each cell of the array. I would like to have this code but lack the knowledge to re-create it.
here is my code so far.
I want the page to be initially set to the brown colour, then I want the user to be able to choose their own colour.
I'm trying unsuccessfully to get some text links to change & restore their colour.
Referencing this link - there are 3 text links at the top of the page, which scroll to different anchor points on the same page.I need the following to happen: On hover, change colour (easy using css) On click link A, change colour When clicking link B, link A restores to original colour.
Basically, I am wrapping a span around each letter of a link element, so i can apply a random class to it - thus creating a rainbow effect on text. My sticking point is that successive letters can't be the same colour, nor can the first letter of successive links.
So 'Link1' wouldn't be acceptable as L and i have the same colour, nor would 'Link1 Link2' as the two L's have the same colour. Also, the code I'm using to append the spans to each letter is also appending a span to any spaces in the links, is there a way I can stop this? I've attached all the files I'm using.
On the example I've attached, I have made each links first letter successive, so the colours will never be the same. I've also made spans from the second letter onwards so they'll never be the same - but occasionally it'll throw up a clash where the first and second letters of each link are the same colour.
I am trying to make a way to toggle the background colour of a page.
I have managed to find this way, but instead of two seperate links I just want to have an icon which when clicked once changes the colour and changes the icon, then clicked again returns to the other colour and replaces the icon.
I'm wanting to have a button on a web page where if I click on that button it changes colour. Basically I have 3 images of leds being on, a green a yellow and a red. Depending on the state the normal running state would be green and if there was a problem I could make it yellow and if it was off make it red.
Rather than having 3 different buttons, I want to have 1 that can change when clicked and just cycle through the 3 colours.
I have been trying all afternoon to achieve an effect where the background colour of a hovered on link in a list fades out slowly when the mouse rolls off it. I have found a few tutorials online which are similar to what I want to achieve (but none that are exactly right) like these:[URL].. but despite playing around with them for hours I have had no luck so far... in fact I have yet to have anything have any effect on my links whatsoever!
but this is not ideal for a couple of reasons - firstly as it is css3 it only works in modern webkit browsers and secondly there seems no way to have only a fade out without a fade in - in this example I would like the fade out to be longer but if I increase the transition time from 0.3s then the fade in becomes too long and it feels a bit clunky and unresponsive.
I am trying to dynamically clear the value of a form input field and then submit the form.When I used $('#my_field').val('') to clear the field, it was cleared on the screen but when the form was submitted the original value of the input field was posted.My browser is FireFox and I can see using FireBug that when the field is cleared, firebug is still showing the html code with the old value. E.G. <input type="text" value="old_value" />The same situation occurred if I used $('#my_field').attr('value', '') to clear the field.The same situation occurred if I actually changed the value of the field rather than just clearing it.To work around this problem I ended up using the $('#my_field').removeAttr('value') to clear the field before it was submitted.
i have an image of a t-shirt and i want to use a colour picker type thing to change the images colour, is this possible, and if it is possible does anybody have any idea what code i would need for the script
I tried adding style.color = "yellow"; before the write statement, but the colour was still black.
I am generating a html based table with multiple rows of data coming in real time from a postgres DB. The underlying technology is java based however the front end is html.