I would like the display an image within a 100 x 100 pixel container.
If the height or width of the image is great than 100 pixels, the image should reduce in size to fit within the 100 x 100 pixel container.
I want to avoid pixelation of the images as much as possible.
All images are external and not on the local server so I only have an image URL.
I would like to hide all images until they are resized appropriately.
I've got a script that caches 52 card images and displays the appropriate card based on user input. It works fine, except when the page loads for the first time the results are unpredictable until a few seconds elapse. My guess is that it's taking time to cache the 52 images. Is there any way to delay the loading of the page until all 52 images are cached?
I am using DOM to swap between DIVs to give the effect of a tabbed display window. Each of the DIVs contains its own images. I don't want all of these images to load with the page but rather just to load when the relevant DIV is selected. (All but 1 DIVs are hidden initially.)
By default, is this the case? Or can I use a function to not allow the images to load until I tell them to?
The page in questions is here. And the specific areas that use this script are the "Change Log" and "Readme" boxes.
I have a button on my site, which when clicked calls an ajax function. What I want to do though, is append a loading graphic for just 2 seconds inside the button such that it looks as if the website is 'busy' saving when the button is clicked. This is obviously just for user feedback as the 'save' is done instantly - it's just for user feedback to make the user confident that the save button has worked. To do this, I'm trying to append a loading image to the save button, delay for 2 seconds, then remove the image, but it doesn't seem to work.
I have this HTML:
<p><a href="#" title="" class="save">Save</a></p> And this jQuery: $ (
I am trying to have a container div generated by the DOM, holdeverything inside the body. I can't get it to hold the contents in the body.
Im trying to add some simple display features to a web application and am running into some unexpected IE8 behavior. Basically, the app runs some database retrieval from the server using Ajax techniques, and during that time (say, 30 seconds), I want to just give the user a clue as to whats going on. It could be as simple as a wait cursor. More interesting, I prefer to unhide a div with an animated loading icon, then hide it again when loading is complete.
I have a site that is very jQuery and image heavy. The main sections of the site link to sections that are built with several Tabs, and as it loads, you briefly see all the content load and then it is hidden by the Tabs code.
The plan is to have a full window DIV that sits above all the content with a loading icon that plays until the entire page loads, and then it fades down.
After some hair pulling and research I have code in place that does exactly as I ask, however it does not seem to work in IE6+7. It works in all other browsers.
That is a sample link. Go down right side of page where you see three buttons: Trailers Featurettes Clips.Those return iframe information to work.
My HTML is shown in an iframe. There is a link in the HTML that needs the ID of the iframe to be used in the onclick event. How do I get it? I tried accessing the target property, but it turns out to be undefined. Also I do not know the frame number in the parent's frame collection. SO I cannot do parent.frames.id.
I want to do this with js and not with any html/css tables, image fills or whatever other trick, but I don't know how...
Say I have multiple DIV containers below each other, which contain multiple DIV boxes floating next to each other. None of the DIV elements have a fixed height:
<div id="container1"> <div id="box1">some text</div> <div id="box2">some double more text</div> <div id="box3">some other text</div>
I want for each container (separately) to have the contained box divs to fit the biggest one in height.
For example, in container1, if box2 contains more text than the others, I want box1 and box3 height to fit box2. And in container2, if box4 has more text than the others, I want box5 and box6 height to fit box4, etc.
In my dreamworld, the solution would be flexible and fully automated, which means, it would look for all container divs of class x or Id x and apply the same rule to all child divs.
I have heard of jquery "equalheights" plugin but I don't think it can do that ? or then I misunderstood something. Could I be using some "get element by class" function and then apply a style.height to the divs?
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It's working in all browsers but Safari, the script just doesn't seem to be loading, I get the loading scroller bars but they don't fully load. What is the best way to debug JS - is that the right term?
I have a drop area that should be pulling a value from a hidden input field when activated.For some reason, the code can see the image and set the new values but trying to get the value of the input field always comes back undefined. It's the $newSKU2 value that isn't getting set.
var $newpic2 = $('#2').find('img').attr('src'); var $newtitle2 = $('#2').find('img').attr('title'); var $newtext2 = $('#2').parent().parent().find('font').text();