JQuery :: Refresh Div On Page Load, Append Element To Div, Change Image On Click?
Mar 30, 2011
I have questions related to three operations using jQuery:refresh a div element on page lo append an element on top of the other elements in div change an image (pending/accepted) from the div's elements I know that there are tutorials for that, but i am so short in time.I just finished my PHP courses, and i am too tired to get into the jQuery magic right now.ere is the situation that i am confronting. I have to files: propune.php (which is basically the page that has the form and the div that should be refreshed/appended) and propuneri.php (the file that is handling ajax calls).
I find plenty of js scripts that will rotate several images through one image location, but I want image POSITION 1 to start with sponsor1.jpg, image POSITION 2 to start with sponsor2.jpg..and so on... then upon refreshing the page image POSITION 1 is holding sponsor2.jpg, image POSITION 2 is holding sponsor3.jpg... etc
What I want to do is to make an html page load a different background image every time it refreshes.I will have a list of background images and I want to be able to add in this list, without having to change anything else in the codes after I do this (I think this is made by making an array of images and by putting .length somewhere in the codes, but I don't know exactly how I should do this).I already know how to do an external file (.js) and link to it from my .html page.Now I want the code to put in the .js file, and the code to put in the <body> of my .html file.
I'm trying to make it so that when a user clicks on a radio button, the image that is related to the radio button is displayed next to it (without reloading the page). At the moment all it shows is the image related to the currently saved option, which I'd like to keep on page load. Is this possible?
I have a page which is a large graphic sliced up into various pieces for better loading. It's a drawing of a bedroom and I need to have it set up so that when a user clicks on a link that is mapped to a frame hanging on the wall, it opens the doors of a cupboard. The photoframe and the cupboard are in different images.
when i load page it does nothing only blank page, may have code in wrong place but not sure so can someone show me a working example so i can find out what i'm doing wrong also i would like the part of page to refresh evey 120 seconds is this possibe with jquery?
Im trying to have a click event that replaces an image on the page with a new image that has been selected randomly from an array. I have solved PART of this already (can get the random image to appear).
However, instead of appearing on the page where the old image was, the new image appears in a blank page.
My research indicates that this blank page location-problem is a result of using document.write in the Function. Therefore, I know I need to find a different way to accomplish this, but am failing miserably.
I have been trying for hours and hours and HOURS to figure out proper syntax for accomplishing this via elements, functions, variables and mootools.
A bit of my research:
-I found this---but havent figured out how to implement it in my scenario:
-I found this---but havent figured out how to implement it in my scenario:
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 very new to jQuery and have run into a problem. I've successfully put together a script that will load images in a different div with fadeIn and fadeOut. Thumbnails are clicked on, and then the full size image will load. This content is all contained on a Gallery page. The problem is that I have a separate page section, appearing on all pages of the site, that holds thumbnails of recent gallery uploads.
When these are clicked, I want to load the Gallery page, and set the source of the full scale image. I've so far only been able to load the Gallery page with the default image source, of just get the full scale image to load. The first section of code below works fine, it's the part for the Gallery page. The other section is for the recent entries. I've removed the fadeIn and fadeOut since they won't be necessary.
I have a page that contains thumbnails for a photo gallery. On this page is a link to upload more images. When you click the link a modal opens that contains an upload form (jquery colorbox in an iframe) which will allow you to upload one image (plus its name, caption, etc) at a time using PHP. When the form is submitted the image uploads and the page refreshes in the modal to allow for more uploads.
Since this modal is sitting on top of the existing gallery thumbnails I'd really like for the user to see the new thumbnail added to the page after it's uploaded.
I have a PHP page with an iframe where I load PERL/CGI content. Now of course when I click anything on the parent page the iframe refreshes with it.
But what I really want is to have the parent page refresh when anything inside the iframe is clicked. Of course the iframe should not refresh and go to initial view then. So basically I am looking for a way to have ONLY the parent page refresh every time something in the frame is clicked or to have the parent page and the iframe refresh but with the iframe retaining the last user position.
I have small online shop and in the top section I have a mini cart, which a user can click on and expand an area to see what products they have added to their cart. The problem I am having is that for a brief moment when the page initially loads the expandable area becomes visible until I the .ready (hide) function kicks in. Is there any way that I can actually hide the cart on page initialisation so its not visible even for a brief moment?
Using a UI dialog I'd like to load in 10 or so images. Each would be unique and after you click on one the following needs to happen:
1. Image appears on the parent page in a specified ID.
2. A "hidden" field is updated so that when the user submits the db is updated with their selection.
3. Dialog closes automatically.
That's it. Basically it would work similar to "datepicker".I'm using the latest 1.4 and ui and been making great progress as learning basics. I need to do the above and it seems like such a no brainier and or it should already exist but after 2 days of searching and trial and error...
I have got a DIV that I need to refresh, its content consists of an image that will change on the insertion of a row to the SQL Database, however, when I use a refresh on my div it does refresh but does not change the image...
My refresh code is ajax:
And my PHP code contains the MYSQL that has a mysql_num_rows, so that PHP can see if there are rows or not.
I would like my page not to redirect or refresh on my div change.. So I would just like my div to refresh.
When I load my website www.bellmacchinaproductions.com, I see a slideshow featured category. When I click on the logo to go back to the main page, it is cut off. But when I refresh, it seems to work again...
Here is my html code:
I'm using the following code to attach a method to the click event of my button. It definitely works, but unfortunately the click event happens on page load even though no one has actually clicked on the button. How do I prevent this? $('#btn').bind('click',etCategories());
I recently added a section to my website that uses the Scrollable JQuery tool to load images from my Flickr account. When I initially load the page the "next" button requires two clicks before it will advance to the next set of images. This only happens on the first attempt following the page load. When I look at the code it appears that Scrollable fires an event on the first click that removes the "disabled" class on the "prev" anchor tag. It appears to skip the slider event that scrolls the images. You can view the issue here: [URL].