JQuery :: Refresh A Div After A Period Of Time AND Only If The Div Is In View?
Jun 28, 2010
I want to rotate content every x seconds but my app often sits in another tab out of view for a period of time.Basically after a period of time, if the div is viewable by the user, I would like to refresh it. How can I do this?The time part is easily. How do I also detect the div is in view?
I want to run a quiz competion on my website in which after logging any user play that quiz, like I will give 50 question to solve in just 3 min time, all will be objective question, now after that 3 min, quiz will automatically end and all users marked answer entered to the database, means he has not press any submit button, but after specific time all answer automatically enter in the database, and he come out from it..
Now I am using this timer: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-W3CDTD HTML 4.01 TransitionalEN" "[URL]"> <html><head> <title>Untitled Document</title> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> </head><body> <?php $dateFormat = "d F Y -- g:i a"; $targetDate = time() + (1*60);Change the 25 to however many minutes you want to countdown $actualDate = time(); ..... Where to bring changes or which new thing is to be added.
I'm displaying ads on my website, but I would like to hide the script for, let's say 12 hours, after it has been clicked on it. I somehow managed to create something, but it's still not what I want. On refresh, the image is back. I know that i have to use jquery cookies, but i'm really new to jquery so I've got no clue how to set up the cookies into that script.
Is it possible to display the current time directly from the server, and not client-side...I have people in different time zones trying to view the same page and the times (based on client) are coming up different.
I'm using jQuery to add some extra functionality to our Request Tracker installation, and I've run into a small problem. It uses generated ids for various elements, including one I want to use in a selector. The id is 'TitleBox--_Ticket_Display.html--ticket-info-requestor-------0', which as far as I can tell is valid, but has a period in the middle of it. If I use either of:
Then I don't get a hit. I also tried using \2E for the period, with no luck. Is there another method to select these nodes?
I'm embarking on a new project - although I've hit a wall.
I require a page to refresh at a scheduled date and time, several times a day.
For example, I would like the web page to reload the index at 3:15PM
So if anyone has the web page open during that time, it will automatically refresh for them.
Timing is quite important so I would need the script to use the server (hosts) time and not the end users time.
The webpage must execute the refresh at the time 3:15pm, so no matter when someone visits the page, even if its hours before, it must refresh at that time.
If anyone has any pointers on the best way to achieve this and what language to start with I am forever greatful :thumbsup:
I do a lot of image design work and although I have worked with a few coders in the past but I haven't gone too much into coding myself, but its something I'm going to take time to learn and get involved in, so I'm not looking for script hand outs here, mainly just a nudge in the right direction.
When the page loads for the first time or after refresh the text within the scroller is black for a brief time and then it turns to white. I have tried changing the values but can't get it to start with white text?
The other thing is I would like to be able to have a hypertext link within the text but I tried using the normal <a href> tags but this doesn't work. Can you see a way of doing this? Code:
I have a website with a floating cart and it loads fine and works almost flawlessly . However, when a person has a bunch of items in their cart, and they want to minimize it for the rest of their browsing experience, every time a new page loads, or a refresh happens, the floating cart un-minimizes and expands out fully again displaying all the items.
This can become very annoying during the shopping experience when you have a bunch of items loading and just taking up space in the browser. Therefore, I am wondering if their is some html or script that would save the minimizing in the floating cart, and carry it over to the next page, and the rest of the browsing on site?
I have a small app, my first real ajax project, which gives you details for product availability, for each day. The user selects a day (from a calendar) and then a time slot within the day. The app then displays how many slots are available for purchase, on that day, for that time... I wanted to refresh the data, every 5s, to provide slick real time availability info... but alas, when you change day (look at another day and time), the old timer still runs with the old arguments, and so it keeps resetting the 'details' panel to the previous day's details... how do I reset the timer? or delete the old one?
Requirements: A period can occur before the @, but not twice in a row -- as in firstname.lastname@example.org but not jane..email@example.com. Email must start with a letter. I'm also allowing underscores and hyphens before the @, but I'm not worrying about whether there's only one of each -- I'm just allowing those. Must end in .com, .net, .org. Nothing else.
I have read extensively on this site and several others and haven't found a solution to the "one and only one period allowed in succession, but not required" problem. I haven't found a successful way to limit periods to only 1 in a row yet still have the rest of the validation work properly. I get the symbols in general, but as a newbie can't seem to make them do this one thing that I want them to do.
I am having difficulties with my code and i've tried many ways to do everything from do while to if else statements. i've got everything in my code down but that pesky loop statement, and i'm trying to write my code where it says if one of either of variable Orbital Period or Semi-Major Axis is a zero, then it should use different way to read the inputed information.
I need a regular expression to validate a string which consists of numbers, seprated by a period. For example: 123.456.7890.123 or
Basically, its a set of any amount of numbers, seperated by a period, ocurring any number of times. Now this is my first time dealving into regular expressions, and after reading some tutorials i came up with this:
I'm writing an application with PHP that let me have statitics about visited pages for my web site. to save informations needed i use an ajax query with the unload event. The problem that i have is titme to time the script uses with that ajax query doesn't work especially when i stay long time in a page.
This is my code?
Why it works most of time but sometime doesn t work? is there any specifications to take for the unload event ?
I'm using a slideToggle() to show or hide a div in the bottom of my page.When the div is shown the view don't "follow" the div that is appearing.How can i make the view sliding down with the div that is appearing?
I'm using a CMS, and what I want is do a ../ before submitting. My idea is on focusing on a dropdown or textbox, the url will do a ../, so that when clicking submit, I'll be able to see the result I wanted. Is it possible?
I have this code in a page that appears in my iframe if requested from parent:
So, the person clicks a link from the parent, it does a php process in a hidden iframe, which then tells the parent page to refresh. The only problem is that it puts Firefox in a constant loop of refreshing. IE and Chrome work fine. They refresh once and stop.
Though the src code opens the iframe like so: <iframe src="" style="display:none; height:1px;" name="hdplus" id="hdplus"></iframe> Firefox seems to refresh the page with the memory of the child page being in the iframe, constantly looping the child request to refresh the parent.
Why won't Firefox just accept that no page should load in the iframe, as stated in the code? I need to stop this loop, which means I need to get firefox to reset the iframe as it reloads the page.