JQuery :: Monitor Any HTML Element For Change / In Either It's Inner HTML / CSS?
Apr 20, 2011
.change() is only for form elements minus check boxes/radio buttons, etc.Are any of you aware of a script that does this already? Hopefully one that is easy to implement.I just want to monitor things like height, number of inner elements, or any change in the inner HTML.
I want to change the content of different div's using .html(). The change should be done by clicking on the inner element of the container. The content of the clicked container should be changed with the first container. My problem is, that the following code does the change, but only once. After every div has changed one time, no more reaction is shown.
I'm having some problems understanding the append() function. What I'd like to do is select an element using it's ID and add a row to the table with a HTML form element. The table is dynamically generated using a Django template ( form.as_table() ) so I'm not able to alter the original HTML markup too much.
I'm working on a navigation menu where I want to insert some html after a UL element.
Here's the statement: selUL.eq(x+1).after('<b>hello</b></div><div class="subMenu">'); I'm trying to insert it after the following <ul> element: <div class="subMenu"> <ul
It's like it's trying to auto correct me. I need it to print everything exactly as I have it, otherwise my navigation won't divide into separate columns. Anyone have an idea why it's doing this? If I remove the <div> elements and just use the <b> element it works fine.
EDIT: After some more testing, the After method seems to strip out any closing elements not yet opened (</div>) and automatically closes any elements opened but not closed (<div class="subMenu">). Anyone know of a way to stop this from happening?
I'm trying to get an unordered list and its children as an HTML string on a mouseout event, but html()only selects the child elements:var theHtml = $('ul', this).html();I've tried using andSelf(), but that doesn't return the result I want:var theHtml =$('ul',this).and Self(). html();I can't choose $(this).html() as I need only the list.
How do I get back the DOM element as HTML source using jQuery? The html() method only returns the innerHTML and it does not include the UIelement itself. But I am more interested in converting the UI element
This is probably more of an HTML question than anything else, so my apologies if it's out of place.I'm using a series of spans within a div to act as filters (selectors) to hide/show various divs. When the user clicks on the text within the span, the span toggles a "selected" class, and also triggers a function to hide the associated divs. My problem is that occasionally the area around the text (the entire span, it would seem) gets "selected" when clicked on and turns blue, obscuring the text. Here are two screenshots, one showing the word "lambs" correctly, the other showing the same word with the unwanted blue background. Question: is there any way to make this not happen? Should I be using different elements as the selectors?
I used the jquery-function replaceWith() to replace this html part <div class="montag">...</div> with this part <div id="ersatz">...</div> Then i implemented a listener for montag and a listener for ersatz, so I can switch back and forth between the different parts.
The side gets loaded within the montag div and when i click on this part the listener works and the html gets switched to the ersatz part, but after this the listener for ersatz does not work, although the modified html gets displayed in firebug. Are there any solutions for such a kind of problem?