i dont want any borders for header, menu and footer as thse backgrounds will be in "fill" mode not in "no fill". so no need of border for these three. but i want borders for content and login divs. if i trying to display border for these two divs using css code border:2px solid red; am not getting the border in IE(Internet Explorer). But its working in FF and Chrom.
how can I have transparent borders for modal divs that I bring to frond have transparent borders? specifying: border: 10 px transparent yellow; in the settings.css will not work. I tried few things, and I am beginning to think it is not doable.
Is it possible to use jQuery and on any part of a table row that has say 5 cells to highlight the border of each cell?I have seen lots of background examples but haven't seen anything with borders.I tried delegate but that doesn't work.
I'm trying to implement the datepicker and I have two fields on my form:Birthdate& Lived here since? In my header I have:
When I click on the 1st date field (birthday) it mostly works... I say mostly because it doesn't appear to be pulling in that css as the widget is pretty spread out and has no borders etc. When I click on the 2nd date field (here since?), absolutely nothing happens. Surely this supports multiple date fields on the same form so what am I doing wrong?
I'm trying to use the great plugins from Malsup [URL], Corner and Cycle to make a simple fade transition slideshow from 5 images with 30 px right rounded corners - However, I cannot get both plugins to work at the same time; is it even possible?
i am pretty new to jquery and hope this is the right place to ask. my problem is the following. when i mouseover a certain element on a page, i want that a certain image is displayed in the top right corner of the page, no matter where the it is currently scrolled. how can i achieve that?
I have a half dozen bookmarks for rounded corner plugins, but am wondering if there's a "state of the art" plugin kicking any booty on that these days? What I'd *really* like is to just be able to set -moz border radiuses in CSS and have a plugin magically use those to create rounded corners in IE and Safari (IE mainly... using excanvas or something with it is fine, too).
i am using this jquery module to get rounded corners.http:[url]....This is my code. but i am not getting any rounded corners though i have correctly included the 2 .js files and have specified the correct div id name.
I'm working with 3 Frames on a web-page: (top) Top.html, (left) Navigation.html, and (right) "Content" which contains varying html pages based on the (left) Navigation Selection - the problem that I'm having is that each frame has a (approx.) 2 pixel border around it... I want the frames to blend seamlessly on the page. I'm not sure How and Where to set the Border attribute to 0 - is it in the Frameset Definition (which I thought I took care of with frameborder="0") or in the actual html pages that populate the Frames? If so, where do I include the attribute? Code:
I have a problem on a Wordpress website: I gave certain pictures (as elements of the layout) rounded corners with a jQuery plugin. Some posted pictures I want to load with Lightbox (or similar). I have used several different Lightbox plugins for Wordpress (Lightbox 2, jQuery Lightbox, Simple Lightbox etc. etc.) but none of them work. I got some weird version of GreyBox working but FireFox gives an error every time before opening it so that's real shady code. As you can see on this page is that I include jQuery for the rounded corners at first but then the Lightbox plugin automatically adds it's own version of jQuery and they cancel each other out. I know for a fact this is the problem because I 'lose' the rounded corners as soon as I turn ON the Lightbox plugin. Once that is turned off the nice rounded corners show again. I tried several different plugins, changing the order of the jQuery code around, making both the rounded corners plugin and Lightbox rely on one single jQuery statement. Nothing has worked so far.
I must have missed a bit of information, because I cannot get the jquery.corner plugin to work with <input> html elements. The following renders a rounded div but not a rounded input element in FF3, IE7, IE8, and in fact causes the input box border to disappear completely.
So, to my current issue. For reasons that are valid -- please don't ask, "Why do you want to do that?" -- I need to hide the page in its entirety until the onload script has altered it based on certain criteria. After doing a lot of brute force stuff -- setting font color to "white", etc., etc. -- I discovered that one can put the attribute style="visibility:hidden" directly in the <body> tag -- which itself is not easily discovered. But: Tables in the body that have a non-zero "border" attribute still show -- just the borders!
Yes, I know I need to learn CSS as well; give me a break, guys! I do have that spec as an HTML doc, and it was there I finally found this out. You know, you can't look such things up by concept in the indexes of either book, or the HTML spec, or the CSS book, unless you already know the term that implements it; if I know the term, I don't need to look it up! In any case, try looking up "hidden" in either book; you get no hint that it can be applied via style to any element. If you know it's available as a style attribute, then know the attribute is "visibility", why than you can find it . . . and by that time, you must know enough that you don't need to find it. (Again, a Google Groups search on words associated with the concept told me what terms to use, and then I didn't need to use the book . . .)
I apologize for the rant (Fortran was good enough for my grandfather, it was good enough for my father, and it's good enough for me -- bah, humbug!), but it's been a very frustrating couple of weeks.
The real question: What about them table borders? So far, I'm defining their values as zero, then setting them to their final values at the same point that I make the body visible. Should I need to do all that? What should make that unnecessary?
How can I animate this car: driving from left to right of the screen? I imagine it starting on the outside of the wrapper border so top left 0 and ends top right 960px... When it hits top right corner can it then flip 180 degrees and drive back in the other direction? Also how can I do it in jquery for the browsers that don't support the CSS3? I was also wondering if you click on the car could some flames shoot out the exhaust which makes it drive faster??
plugin of JQuery that provides the effect for Page Turn from Right Corner ?It should look like curling; but not like books with two page at a time. Only one page will be shown at a time. Per page turn will show a new section and reverse will show the previous section. And the number of sections will be set a page load.
How can I make it to where an image will load in the corner of a website?Specifically, I have part of a template I want all people to see, however, some people either get it cut off or not shown at all because of their resolution.