My code is as follows for the image inside an anchor tag, as you can see i tried the min and max style properties for the image, but this does not set them exactly. e.g. width="120px" height="94px", which is what is required.
I'm just starting my first jQuery project (tutorial from this months Web Designer) and I've got a background image that I want to spread across the entire background, regardless of browser size. It's big, so I originally had an onload function. This works fine in Mozilla and Safari but not in IE.
My question is, can jQuery set a width and height of 100% and have it work in IE?[code]...
I have one ALERT in here to show me the dimensions of the window and the image, and I'm getting one or more values coming up as "0"...... Which means that image doesn't display. The image(s) are NOT zero width or height, and neither is the window..
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html lang="en"> <head>
I got this working in chrome and was happy until I got to check out IE8! Enough said about that.The code I have now will work (in both chrome and IE8) if I manually set the height and width of the image but I cannot get them dynamically, for instance if images have different sizes, I've been trying for a while now but cannot get anywhere with it.The code I am currently using (of my own creation) is;
[code]The image's height is 376px. So once the content goes after 376px, the blue bgcolor alternate takes over. But what i want is, once the content crosses the 376px height, the background image should dynamically stretch and not repeat.If this is not possible please do tell me how to increase the height of image in <img> using DOM methods.Again this should increase when the image's original height becomes greater than 376px
I am trying to be able to manipulate the width and height of an <img> but do not seem to be able.
Here is the HTML for the <img> <div class="ImgMnp" id="myImg" onmouseover="imgSize('myImg','fpImg)"> <img src="images/FirePlace.jpg" width="480" height="640" id="fpImg" /> </div>
Will someone please tell me what I am doing wrong.
how to adjust the iframe height by itself if my html height increases. My html code includes a facebook comment at the bottom of my page and the comment will show making it expand the height once users post comments. On the other hand, I'm using a CMS that have its own iframe. I've tried many solutions that can be found on the web but none works. It only can work if I don't put in CMS. Is it possible to adjust the iframe height using CMS or there is no way?
How can I find the height and width of a webpage? Say I want to make sure someone's webpage is within an 800X600 viewing area. Width is the most important but if I can get width, I should also be able to get height.
I don't need to modify the page in anyway. Just get the width and height. I can reference the page in an iframe, cfhttp (CFMX) or something if it needs to be on my server.
I've ran into this problem more than once, there are plenty of tutorials on how to toggle/fade a hidden div that already has data placed into it, but I want to $.load() a page into an empty div ID and then toggle/fade it into view.
I can't for the life of me figure out how to do this or find anyone in Google trying to either. This has to be the first time I've ran into a limitation of jQuery and it isn't even something that should be such a problem.
I'm facing the following problem: I'm using .append() method to add a new <div> on the fly and I need to read its width and height right after it's been created. How can this be doneMy current strategy to accomplish this task is:
$("#container").append( $("<div/>").append( $("<p>").html("This is a content example that goes inside my just created div")