Manipulating Data Between Two Lists

Jul 20, 2005

Supose I have 2 lists on a form, L! and L2. L1 is populated with data L2 is empty.

I want to select some options from L1 and transfer to L2. How can I do that? Is there a function from List object that helps to add dynamically....

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I want to create a recipe site with similar functionality to a feature on coolspotters. I've only dabbled in jQuery so I'm not sure how complicated it would be to do this. Basically what I want to do is allow a user to add recipes to dynamically created lists. For example if a user searches for Italian food they should be able to create a list called "Italian" and add italian recipes to the list. Or if they do a search for Japanese dishes they will be able to create a list called "Japanese" and add Japanese recipes to it, etc. I know their would be some back-end code involved but I was wondering if jQuery could handle the front-end. I've only dabbled in jQuery so this sounds like a complex thing to do.

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[code]....

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I'm designing a web site and I designed an error page with .htaccess so that when someone types in an incorrect URL, it takes them to my customized page. Well, I used server-side programming to make it log the bad URL and check against a database if the there is a good URL matching the bad one. If so, it redirects to that page instead of giving the error. It's a good, well-written script done by me, I'll give it to anyone that requests it.

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I'm attempting to make a div hidden upon an image click, and it's not working.

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// alert(id);
var elem = document.getElementById(id);
if (elem)
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}
}
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I'm new to JQuery and would usually do more research before posting, but I have a demanding client that wants results, I have a dynamic CSS/JQuery menu that is part of a WordPress theme, and I would like to be able to set the menu to automatically size itself to the longest menu item or sub-menu item. The menu in question is at: [URL].. under Solutions.

[Code]...

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manipulate content between elements. I've found a script where I can find the content between elements, but now I've got the weirdest thing ever: i can't find a way to manipulate it. I know its very simple but I tried everything and nothing works!

What i want is to wrap a <div> around it.

Current script:

var headings = $('h3');
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[Code]....

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My link is: [URL]

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I need to get a some blocks of html that are contained in elements in a JSON object, remove some images and then add the updated blocks into cells in new table rows

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So far I'm here:

I get the data with $.getJSON - OK I work through the JSON object with $.each - OK I convert the text string of html to a DOM object with $.eventData=$(this.htmlblock) - OK I get rid of the images with $.eventData.remove('.imgThumb') - OK

After that I start running into problems

I have a bunch of elements from the JSON object that I have to add to the table as well - so the simplified version looks something like (#delTableBody is the tbody element that I'm adding to):

$.getJSON(eventURL, function(event){
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I have managed to move the inserted row to the top above the header but it doesn't look terribly good.

Code:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>

[Code].....

To allow for backward compatibility with the older Simple Table Model, if no TBODY structures exist in a table, the entire set of row groupings [TR] are assumed to be a single TBODY.

</body>
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Is the hiding/showing of text fields done differently than for buttons? I ask because I have the following text field:

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And if I call the following javascript, this field disappears:

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Oct 14, 2010

I need some help in jQuery code I am working on. I have an asp.net grid view that I can’t manipulate in the server so I need to do it on client side. The gridview has a file name in the first column. All the files I deal with are in a known single folder on the server

I set a blank column at the end of each row and I want to:

1. Take the file name from the first TD (appears as simple text) and change the file extension (from doc to flv)

2. Check if the file exist in the server

3. If exist, put it in the last (blank) TD after changing the file extension (from doc to flv)

4. If exist Wrap it with <A href=”filename.flv”>filename.flv</a> and make it clickable for the user to download

Here is where I need the help: First problem: I manage taking the file name from the first TD and put it in the last one (see code below) but the text appears as regular text and the link is not active

The Gridview ID is "SearchResultsGV"
1. jQuery(function() {
2. jQuery(".SearchResultsGV > tbody > tr:not(:has(table, th))")
3. .css("cursor", "pointer")
4. .click(function(e) {

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var
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$('.widget_inline'

[Code]....

Inside this html string there are multiple id's that I have to change. The .each finds the rightelements and the manipulation seems to work when I do a console.log onwidgetElement.However the actual $content remains unchanged. I probably made a very obvious mistake but I can't find it.

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I am missing something here but this is what I want to do. I want to select a checkbox as such

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Nov 21, 2005

I want to have a single window with 6 or so links at the top that display fixed pages for the first 4 and the final two "Brow" and "se-H" or "se-S". When you double click "Brow" a script prompt asks to enter where they want to go. The script then adds http:// to the front of it and places it as the src for an iframe in a <div></div> layer that has its visibility as hidden. "se-H"/"se-S" Hide and show the layer wich has a zindex higher than that of all other layers on the screen. The other links that just have the code strung out in the onClick action are working just fine as does the Brow link the only resultant error is the "se-H"/"se-S" links they change back and forth indicating the script is running and the outerHTML code is ok but the zindex just isn't changing nor the visibility. I am asking for any suggestions and if I have not included all necessary code please tell me as I only took the pieces I thought may be causing the trouble:

<SCRIPT>
function show()
/*show*/{
fun2.style.visibility='visible'
/*show*/}

function hide()
/*hide*/{
fun2.style.visibility='hidden'
/*hide*/}

var go_to=""
function disp_pop()
/*disp_pop */{
go_to = prompt("Where do you want to go? ","")
/*disp_pop */}

function get_there()
/*get_there */{
if(go_to !="" && go_to!=null)
fun2.outerHTML='<div id=fun2 style="position:absolute; top:55; left:10; z-index:15; overflow:scroll;"><iframe src="http://'+go_to+'" width=475 height=395></iframe></div>'
else
fun2.outerHTML='<div id=fun2 style="position:absolute; top:55; left:10; z-index:15; overflow:scroll;"><iframe src="http://google.com" width=475 height=395></iframe></div>'

fun2.style.visibility='visible'
/*Everyone else back*/
guide.style.zIndex=2;
autoguide.style.zIndex=0;
webmail.style.zIndex=1;
/*Everyone else back*/

/*get there */}

var swap_1 ='<a id=myH4 onclick="this.outerHTML=swap_2;hide();">wse-H</a>'
var swap_2 ='<a id=myH4 onclick="this.outerHTML=swap_1;show();">wse-S</a>'
</script>


The links I am using in the page are as follows


<a href="#" onclick="guide.style.zIndex=2; autoguide.style.zIndex=2; webmail.style.zIndex=3;">Mail</a>
<a href="#" onclick="guide.style.zIndex=1; autoguide.style.zIndex=3; webmail.style.zIndex=2;">TxGuide</A>
<a href="#" onclick="guide.style.zIndex=3; autoguide.style.zIndex=1; webmail.style.zIndex=2;">Guidelines</A>
<A HREF="#" onmouseover="reappear()" onmouseout="disappear()">AuxDetail</A>
<A HREF="#" ondblclick="tada()" onclick="hideit()">Fun</A>
<a onClick='toggleAddress("")'>Refresh</a>
<a id=myH3 ondblclick="disp_pop()" onclick="get_there()">Bro</a>
<a id=myH4 onclick="this.outerHTML=swap_1;show();">wse-S</a>

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I tired a couple of different ways, but for some reason, it works fine
on IE but not on Firefox. On Firefox the second dropdown list doesnt
get populated.

Any pointers on how to populate the second dropdown..

Heres the code:-

for(var j=0;j<array.length;j++)
{
this.document.getElementById("secondSelectName").options[j] = new
Option("txt", "val");
}

for(var j=0;j<array.length;j++)
{
var oOption = document.createElement("OPTION");
secondSelectlist.options.add(oOption);
oOption.innerText = "txt";
oOption.value = "value";
}

for(var j=0;j<array.length;j++)
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