I have a slideshow plugin and there is a function in it called stopAutoplay(). This is called when I click on the pre-defined pause button in the slideshow, so it stops.
If I switch between the slideshows(Slideshow 1 2 3) the slideshow is getting messier and messier because it starts many slideshows at the same time and the plugin gets confused what to show.
I figured if I click on the pause button before I switch to another slideshow it works fine. Therefore what I would like to achieve now is to call stopAutoplay() somehow before I switch to the new slides.
How can I call stopAutoplay() from the html file when I click on one of the slideshow 1 2 3 buttons?
I've tried the codes in green below but they don't work.
If there is a better solution let's say to kill everything before the new slideshow appears it's even better. Although I've tried die(), empty(), detach(), remove(). I hoped remove() would help cause as I read it's suppsed to remove everything but for some reasons it doesn't...
Firstoff: I know I ask about using a plugin, and I wasn't so sure where to put my question in, decided though the general jQuery-Forum would be better as my problem is more connected to jQuery than the plugin itself. First off, I'm using this plugin and modified it myself a bit, adding new functions: [URL] You'll find the underlying .js for the component here: [URL] Now, scroll to the end of the file, you'll find some "internal functions" like _registerRemoveEvents
I am using lightbox on my site along with ExpressionEngine. I have some Jquery script in place that I need to make some changes to. I have managed everything myself except one line where the variable is changed depending on which image is clicked.
Here is a sample page and the code is for central the images
The code I ma using is this
I want to create a twitter like user registration form for my asp.net(C#) web application. I have configured asp.net membership module for my site. I have searched alot but couldn't find any all in one JQuery Plugin which provide the following functionalities to my webform-
1. Form Feild highlight when onFocus and on error 2. Tooltip when form field is in focus 3. Proper client-side form validation 4. Check user name availability
What I already know and have tried:
1. Know how to manually do this task in source view.
3. Already started making the plugin, but I'm lost on making the actual processing file as I do not want a dialogue window, just have the user click the button in the toolbar.
4. Already have created my fckplugin.js file and toolbar button.
As an example, here is what I have accomplished:
The standard image with its link is:
I already have a style class for the link, the styleclass sets 50% opacity until hovered at 100% opactiy, that was easily accomplished by applying the style to the Insert/Edit Link > advanced tab (after setting it in the editor stylesheet).
Here is what I'm trying to accomplish:
We start out with the same linked and styled image...
The user clicks the plugin toolbar button and the link source code is modified to the following:
I'm working under certain constraints wherein,at a certain point outside my direct control,validate is called with no arguments, but after that I want to set a custom validation function on a form field. I figure there's got to be a way to manipulate validate's internal data structure to add the function, but I don't have a clue as to how.
Or I have created a pastebin of it here, for easy reading: http://pastie.org/1171757.So I need to be able to combine the three values into a string, create a md5 of the string, then call the value of the string into a hidden value all before posting the form.
This is a very basic version of what I am trying to do. I have a dynamic list which is set in a table. When clicked, a function is run to set up a new list.. The reason I explain that, is that I need to keep it dynamic.Now for the problem:When I run this page, I have the button made right away, then when clicked it creates the new button. The new button should also run the function to create the new button again, but when I click it, I only receive "error on page".
I need to make a $.post call on the beforeSend event of another $.ajax call.I read the documentation and I see that if the beforeSend return false the ajax call will be interrupt.So I made this code but doesn't work, because the real value of the beforesend function isn't true or false, is the value of the post.I have to do this because when you click on a link I need to verify before if you are able to do this via db permission of my webapp.I think you don't understand...This is the code:
I am creating an extension plugin to the jQuery UI Date Picker plugin mostly to just standardize the options used, as well as to add an icon to open the calendar. I am aware of the plugin's use of an icon trigger, but this will not work, as I am using an icon in my sprite image and not wanting an additional request for a mere icon.
My plugin code:
( function ( $ )
This is where it really perplexes me as this code does work to produce the calendar icon. while I could get it to work this way, it is obviously not the better choice as it should be part of the extension plugin and not get repeated in all of my various implementations of the plugin.
Having looked at the ajax examples offered for the form plugin i was intruiged to find out how i could go about validating the form using the formvalidate plugin during the beforeSubmit callback. Ive seen that you can validate the ajaxform as shown in the following example. [URL] However i'd like to use the formvalidate as it offers alot more..
To jquery and am wanting to incorporate 'Cloud Carousel' plugin in another jquery plugin (jquery popup with grayed out background). However, I am struggling to make it work. whereas normally the 'Cloud Carousel' displays as you seen on their website, in my implementation, all the images are sitting on top of each other, as if, they are sitting in a stack and one by one they appear on top.
The general framework is a simple user login function. The user name is selected and a password entered as usual. The function grabs the element values and passes them to a php page that queries the database. An AJAX call returns the password to the function and then I want the innerHTML to be a choice of two web pages, depending on success or failure of validation. There are existing AJAX functions available on the internet but they are overly complicated for what I think should be a simple, quick to load function.
Where I am stuck is that the standard procedure to make an AJAX call is the browser window event. How do you make the call from within the function? I have tried creating two new variables, "success" and "again" to replace xmlhttp, but still stumble on the event to assign a value. I left the blank password protection (if statement) with that variable to demonstrate what I mean.
I've put in my code below, which is in development and successfully alters the innerHTML text depending on user input but I can't figure out how to insert the relevant php page. I have '// out' the testing bits, but left them for info. (I have tried full 'scripting' as the innerHTML, but it's messy.)