I'm trying to scroll my page to the bottom after the search results populate on the bottom. Unfortunately, it looks like my scrollTo(0, document.body.scrollHeight) is getting executed before the search results populate or finish populating. I even tried to use deferreds to implement this but it still doesn't seem to be working. Here's the code I tried:
I've been trying to get some Ajax functionality on my rails app and have been stuck on this issue for a couple days... (new to jQuery!). My app has a form on the top of my site that acts as a search. When a user submits the form, they are redirected to a "search_users" page.
Rather than redirecting to a "search_users" page, I want the "search_users" page to load in a div called "page" on current page.. I was able to do this with my sites navigation (so when a person clicks on "home" or "about" or "contact me", nothing refreshes except a div called "pages") but not for the search form.
how to do the following, here is a simplified example:
Let's say I have a database of pictures of animals. A search for "pets" is performed and it loads a page of thumbnail images. Somewhere on the page is a list of other search criteria (text link or checkbox) that would narrow the initial returned results. An example would be "cats", "dogs", "hamster", etc.
Is there a way after the initial search is performed that the results could be further filtered without having to hit a submit button and reload the page?
I would like to find some direction or help to solve an issue I have.I would like to find a way to search for a string of content on my webpage and return the string, or at least part of the string into the URL...Example of the content on my page:-----Welcome, John Adams Log OutWelcome to your own content, based on your settings provided. Feel free to download the content you need.Fairly straightforward. Now I would like to create a function that will look at the page and "copy" the string of content beginning with "welcome" and ending with "out"Next, I would like to remove the "welcome," and "log out" and have the name remain.Then, post the name into the URL to be passed onto the next page for me to use as more ersonalization/dynamically driven content; Such as:
finding a "find on page" script that will display the results in the middle of the page for IE. I have tried several different ones to no avail. The ones that work in all the browsers display the result in IE at the very bottom of the page. I am not very familiar with programing in Java and I am unable to modify any for my needs. The one I found that did work in IE didn't work in any other browsers.
We are integrating a IDX feed and I can not figure out a line of code.Currently when you click the link it goes to their site with the result we want. We want it to go to our site, just like "search homes," does.I believe it is simple but my HTML is even simpler. The link should just point to a wrap page.... but I dont know how to do that.
The variable that stores the number of elements of the search results array is called contentLenght.Let's say that contentLenght equals 9. Then I need a div showing 6 elements an another sowing 3 elements.If contentLenght equals 7, I need a div showing 6 elements an another showing one element.If the value of contentLenght is 18, then I need three divs containing 6 elements each.. and so on.Now the paging itself: if I have just one div there's no need for paging, but if I have two of more I have to show the page's numbers.Then when a number is clicked the present div must hide and the div containing the elements for the page number should show.
I was about to paste some code but the only way I've come out with the six to six paging is with a long if else structure, and I'm sure there's a smarter way of doing it.
I'm using this example script and need the search results to post to a another frame and not a new window.Need the results to showup in frame "test1".Or if someone can direct me: looking for a multi search drop down list in a frame environment where after submitting the string the results would show in another frame.
I want to sort the database search results in php. Basically, the results are returned on a php page and need to be sorted either by columns. I managed to display the results on the page witht he code below and it works, but now i need to add the sorting bit, but i am stuck with it. I dont want to fetch the data from the database again but just to manipulate the existing entries. how can this be achieved in php?
I have a webpage in which I enter a search item to look for job seekers in the Los angeles area. I get back results and now I have a column in the results table by which I can flag a certain user in my profile if I am impressed with his profile. How do i implement this ?. I know I can use the on mouse click event but how to i relate that user to the employer who logs in and how so i save that user who is flagged wrt the employer You tube uses a similar concept in which a user can flag a video if its unappropriate .... mine is a similar concept but i need to flag a user each employer login ...
Highlight the entire row when the mouse is over it (using in-line class). Un-highlight when the mouse exits it (in-line class again). Allow the user to select the radio button by clicking anywhere in the row Highlight the selected row (with another in-line class) My scripts endlessly have problems. Below is a small sample from the table...
A non-highlighted row is class "tcell" a highlighted (mouseover) class is "rhtcell" a radiobutton selected class is "selcell" <table align="center" border="0" width="1000" class="stable"> <form method="post" action="index.php">
I am currently trying to create a live search box that as I type it will start displaying results that match.but it retrieves its data from an XML file, I need mine to retrieve from a column called FirstName within a table of an Access database.
I'm looking for a script or applet that will allow users to search by zipcode or selected category for results. I would like something already built so I can just customize it to our needs. I'm sure it will need to have a database setup for it to work which I am fine with doing. I can modify scripts and files but I have no idea where to start with this from scratch.
We also use the same data for our "Layar" app for the iphone and driod phones. Has anyone messed with layar scripting and databases? We are using hoopala now which makes data entry simple but we cannot modify their database to add category options. It would be nice to find an alternative to hoopala so we could use one database for both the layar app and the zipcode/category search on our site.
I have a search page where a user can type in a search box, or they can use an alphabetical list to search for the record they're looking for. Eg they click 'a' and all the records beginning with the letter 'a' appear.
I'd also like to have it so that each record has a number of tags, and I'd then like to be able to filter records according to which tags have been selected - preferably using checkboxes.
For example, perhaps the tags would be colours and the records represented shoes. There'd be checkboxes for blue, yellow, black, brown and so on. At first all colours would be shown, but if the user clicks on brown the all but the brown shoes dissappear.