The site: [url]
I having a wrapper DIV (certain width say 400px) and i have some child DIVS which i want to add to it. And i want it to have a maximum height of 600px say.
I DONT want the wrapper DIV to have vertical scroll bars so i would like to add as many child DIVS (which contain text of indiscriminant length) until i can somehow detect that the wrapper has overflowed (ie the scrollbars have been implemented !) if it has then remove the last one and dynmically create a new DIV, and continue the cyclw until exhausted of child DIVS. Code:
That works great with dynamic database data....but the header dissapears when using a scroll bar.
I am looking for something that works like this, but is not ajax and does not query the database with each sort. [url]
See how the data scrolls, but the header stays put? The pagination onthat example is not needed and in fact I would rather it didn't have that capability.
Any way to create a presentation on a website WITHOUT showing load bars? Background info: it is about photography website where someone after seeing full size picture could click to view it in a room setting. Right now my developer created a presentation where full size picture zooms out then there is a load bar (hideous) and then the presentation starts. So it looks like it is 2 different parts and I would like to make it into one smooth presentation. Btw: would like if possible avoid flash animation due to recent developments on Apple's side.
I have attached 2 screen shots. 1.jpg is what I get at the moment and 2.jpg is what I want to get.
As you see when somebody sends message and the messages exceed pages size, the scroll bars appear, I need the scroll bar to be the oposite direction (down to top) like yahoo or msn or any other chat room.
However, Safari annoyingly puts in scroll bars when you are magnifying the picture.
I can get rid of this by making the ctrlDiv offset as hidden, but then this removes the bottom scroll bar completely in all browsers (not really useful if the document is bigger than the browser window).
I have read about putting the image as a background image of another element, but cannot for the life of me get this to work at all.
Also, the functions to return the absolute position of elements (and mouse pointer) does not work if the document has a margin (i.e. width:1216px;margin:auto) - but I can work around this at the moment.
Anyway, the complete code is at [url](it was easier to stick it there and post a link than to post the code here).
im using the jquery accordian on two divs, the first time the page loads the first div displays as it should you then click the header and the second displays as it should.but when you click on the 1st header to display the first content again the content has scroll bars AHH
The problem I'm trying to solve is that the designer would like to limit the total number of entires shown when you click on the drop-down arrow of a select box. I'm starting to think that this isn't possible.
I've tried the following with no luck:
At some point in my browsing someone claimed that the vertical scroll bars are controlled by the OS/Browser and there are no ways to change this using JS or CSS. That the magic number of IE is 30 entries before the vertical scroll bar shows up.
I am designing a website and I just want that if a user open it on any resolution then it will fit it self to that resolution and no scroll bars will come like google, yahoo etc. I know it is possible but not know how?
Is there a way to use jquery to detect any device with a touch screen?
Im using the jscrollpane but the handles drag in the wrong direction on touch screens like the ipad (in my opinion). As you can drag the main content (which works in the correct way), I want to hide the scroll bars if the device is a touch screen.
Ok so I have a site that I want to automatically close the window when the focus is lost from the page. For example, if the user clicks off the page to something else on there desktop I want the page to close. So far I have managed to do this but the grids on my page and the scroll bars all trigger the close function when clicked on. Is there anyway to make the scroll bars and drop down boxes not trigger the function?
I am interested in creating a footer that always shows on the page even when the user has to scroll down to see the rest of the page. It should be sort like an iframe, but I am interested in a achieving this using a DIV element instead. I am not sure how this kind of effect is called and created.
Here is the page I'm working on: [URL].. As you will see there are only two pictures on there now. I want the left table cell to have an up arrow and a down arrow below those pictures where the user can scroll (down and up) and see other pictures, which when clicked on will show a larger image to the right. It's setup now as you will see for the larger image to appear to the right. It's just not setup for this scroll function where the user can click on an up arrow or down arrow to make the users see the other pictures in the table cell. Also this section should not have a scrollbar show up when the pictures are being scrolled down to see. I'm not sure on how to proceed with this.
I've added a scroll script to my site which changes the scroll to just a black box in a grey rectangle. When the page is visited it doesn't show but once you either refresh or navigate through the pages it appears. I'm pretty much clueless about js so don't even know where to start with fixing this. Here's a link [URL]. I would post code but once again, not sure which part I'm dealing with so not sure what to post. If you need code let me know and I will provide it.
I need help badly on the div tags. I dont have much knowledge on div tags.I have a div tag in my code and it should be show when there is an inactivity. Its working fine, until today I found a bug.When I scroll my browser to the end, the div is still shown at the upper part of the browser. Unless i scroll up (as a programmer, I know that div will be showing up but ofcourse user will not know) I dont know whether the div is shown.Whether the user scrolls up or down, he should be viewing the alert which I show him.
I have taken over a previously designed site. I need to show the actual page url in the browser's address box. For purposes of being able to create links (in emails, etc.) which point the customer directly to the product on the site. As of now, you can only go directly to the home page.