I am working on a Windows application (in C#) that displays some HTML. In one place the HTML is a status window. What happens is the static HTML page is embedded into the application. The static page displayed and then the C# code gets a hold of the HTML DOM from the web browser and updates what pieces need to be updated.
What I need to do now is change the colors of everything on the static page. At present there is an embedded CSS style in the HTML and all the colors are defined there. Using the DOM, via C# code, how do I change the colors of everything?
1: Can I simply update the CSS and it will auto magically happen? If so, how does one update the CSS via the DOM?
2: Do I need to go to each individual item and change the color there?
3: Is there a better way to do this all the way around?
Is there a more efficient way of switching colors every row other than calling it every time you want to start a new row? Also, how can the row number be increased each time if the variable rownumber is only increased by one within the second half of the function? What if the row is even? Is the number not increased? Code:
I've tried to two different datepicker scripts and what I'm trying todo is hilite which dates satisfy a certain condition.For example, when the page loads I will make a JSON call to the serverto return all dates that are holidays, then on the inline datepicker Iwant to hilite those cells in red.What I'm doing now is something like this in the JQuery-UI atepickerimplementation but nothing works:
When I click on a div - i would like the background color to change to gray. When I click on another Div - I would like the background to chnage to gray, however it will also need to change the previous div (or all divs in that class) to a white background.
Any way to change row colors of table based on content.
For example: <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">+-----|-----------------------+</span><br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"> <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">|acess| COSTUMER |</span><br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">|-----------------------------|</span><br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"> <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 1 | joseph |</span> <span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 2 | mary | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 3 | john | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 4 | joseph | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 5 | joseph | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 6 | guile | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 7 | mary | </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;">| 8 | craig | +-----------------------------+<br style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"> </span><span style="font-family: courier new,monospace;"></span> in this table, the name Joseph and Mary are repeated, so, every "joseph" or "mary" row must have the same color (picked randomly or not). so as every "craig", "guile" or "john" row.
I don't want to use css class names based on the name of the "costumers" because I don't know how many costumers are and how many times they appear or repeat.
My problem is, if a row is preselected, when mouseover the selected row, the selected color is screwed. Until you click on the selected row once, the behaviour is correct again. Code:
I have two tables and i need move some rows from first table to move second table. I found on web how move rows in one table but i donÂ´t know how moving in between two tables. Do you know where i found some information or example?.
I have two drop down box's in a form, how would I go about changing the options of the seccond one depending on what option is selected in the first one?
For example, if there's a drop down box with "a", "b" and "c" as the options, and another drop down box with "1", "2" and "3" as the options; then when you select "a" on the first drop down box the values of the seccond one changes to "a1", "a2" and "a3". This should work for all the options of the first drop down box.
I am trying to add a search button next to a select drop down with a HUGE amount of data. The search button opens a popup window that allows you to narrow down choices and select one that is in the drop down(that part works). However I can't seem to pass the parameter selected back to the drop down on the first page to have it as the selected item.
I am working with the scripts in the popup window, and I am trying:
window.opener.document.forms(0).Product(lngBoxNumber).value = x
forms(0) I think that is the first window. Product(1) is the name of the drop down. x is the value I am trying to assign.
On a page for product descriptions, I have a MySQL query that returns a list of purchase options and the price of each option.There is a drop-down field which lists the names of each option. To the right, the price of the selected option is displayed.Upon selecting a different option, how can I have the displayed price change to that of the newly selected option?
I'm new to jquery so I'm having a bit of an issue cloning a table row and having all of the id's change correctly. I'm able to clone a row with no problem and change the id of the tr after clicking a button by doing this:
var newId = document.getElementById("id").value; // This works because I am using a hidden input for my id $(id).clone().attr("id", "row" + newId).insertAfter("#div_id");// This changes the id of row The problem I am having is when I want to change the other id's inside of the tr. After insertAfter() I'll do the following: .find("span").text("Item" + newId).find("#Item_A" + oldId).attr("id", "Item_A" + newId);
The first .find will change the text with no problem, its when I get to Item_A that it will keep the old id instead of incrementing to the new id. Yes, I am declaring oldId as a variable and assigning it as newId - 1. Any ideas on how to make sure all id's are incremented properly?