and when click is called and mailto links opens my email client, it somehow ignores the subject and body parameters of the link. It works properly when i actually click a link element. but it doesn't work when i simulate the click event by code written above. above dispatching event code somehow ignores the link parameters?
I'm binding a click event to a div so that I can see whether is was the div or some element inside the div that has been clicked. When the if() in my code evaluates to true $(this) is still equal to $("#content") whereas I'd like to have the clicked anchor as matched element. How would I do this?
Is it possible to detect the #nav_top ul li li click and manipulate the #nav_top ul li? For example when I click on <li><a href="#">About Us</a></li> I would like to detect also who is the li that this About Us belongs to, in this case this li belongs to <li><a href="#">Site</a>
I have been working on this problem all day. I have several pictures on a page. When a user clicks it, a popup window will show up a series of pictures. Inside the popup window, there is a close icon to turn of the popup. Besides, if the user clicks outside of the popup, the popup will turn off as well. Here is what I have so far.The closed icon inside the popup works fine but I can't get "the click outside of the popup" to work.
My program retrieves a table via an ajax call and places it in the ocvfitems div below. The first cell in every row is defined as: echo("<td class='tdclick'><a href='#'>$fnum</a>"); When the td is clicked I need the function to be called. It worked before I created the table via ajax. The table does display properly and the column is underlined as a href. I believe that the first line of the function is the culprit but I can't seem to get it to work.
I've tried searching for this under the forums — and maybe it's because I just am using the wrong terms — but I cannot find any answers around this. Here's the skinny:
I've got a listener for click events from links in DIV #1 in the loaded document, and when a user clicks on one of those links, it passes a value to a .get() function and runs a simple AJAX call and dumps the data/html results into DIV #2.
After that click event, DIV #2 has a bunch of links in it, and I'm trying to traverse that dynamically assembled list and perform another .get() function based upon whatever link they click in DIV #2.
Based on the parameter passed from the link in the dynamically assembled DIV #2 box, it would run the .get() function and fill DIV #3 with the data/html results from that second AJAX call. The problem is that I can't seem to detect any sort of click event from the contents of DIV #2 aside from clicking on DIV #2 itself. I've tried the usual .children() to try and traverse down to where the inserted links would be, but that's not working (e.g.: $("#div2").children("a").click(); ). I've also tried .find(), filter() and .has() but it doesn't respond, as if there was nothing there.
I have a feeling it's something simple that I'm missing here; but I've no clue what I'm doing wrong. It seems that you should be able to traverse the DOM, even when you're essentially building it dynamically based upon a user's selection or an event within the DOM.
what I should be using to use to detect click() events from dynamically assembled elements? I know exactly what DIV they'll be sent to, I just can't seem to traverse anything with them when I'm dynamically inserting HTML into them.
but I am getting this error in FF3/Mac: document.forms.fromPreview2commitForm.submit is not a function Why?I just want the anchor (when ciicked) to submit the form.I have been over several examples I found while googling.. and I follow them.. but still getting this error.
I need to get the page to reload with the anchor in the link when it is clicked in a dropdown menu. For example if I am on 'www.domain.com/about/#2' and I then click on 'www.domain.com/about/#3' the url changes but the page doesn't reload so I need the page to reload, but keep the new anchor (#3).I gave the links with anchors a class of 'reload' and tried this:
We are developing an Ajax based application. In this application the URL is fixed and as user navigates on the application we will change Anchor on the URL so that user can bookmark the url and can load the page on demand.
When user refreshes the page we have no issue in the populating the page based on the anchor in URL as on load we can capture the hash(#anchor) and act accordingly.
Lets say I have a bunch of links with the same class but different anchor text like [code] When the page loads I want the anchor text of each link to display the same text of my choosing. However, when the visitor clicks a link the anchor changes back to the orignial. It would be best if all links could be changed back their original if any link is clicked but this isn't necessary.
I have a script that scans an HTML document for headers and special comment tags for the purpose of generating a left-floating/position-fixed DIV that contains the document's outline or "table of contents." Within the DIV are lists (UL element by default) whose items (LI elements) are jump-to links (A elements) to the points (headers, special points marked for inclusion in table of contents) in the document. The problem is this. I have typical HTML document with links that jump to points (usually headers) inside the document, as shown below:
<body> <p>This is addressed <a href="#later-text">later</a> in this document <h1><a id="later-text"></a>Header Text</h1> <p>... </body>
But my script, being a document outliner that finds headers in a document, inserts another anchor as a jump-to point just before the first occurrence of text in the header (inserted A element shown in red below). This somehow disables the document-coded jump anchor (shown in blue below). And it occurs in FF and IE, which suggests it is not a browser-specific issue. Why does it occur? Is there something in the HTML spec that states that two anchors to which a jump occurs are not allowed to be adjacent elements in the document?
<body> <p>This is addressed <a href="#later-text">later</a> in this document <h1><a id="later-text"></a><a id="jump-1"></a>Header Text</h1>
To reproduce what I am seeing, search for the text "Why Is A Survey Done". The first occurrence is a within-document jump-to link, which should jump to a header below it. If the script execution to generate a document outline is disabled, the jump works. But if the script is executed and the document outline generated, the jump-to link does not work.