Click on the thumb and get the image. However, it doesn't work in the newer browsers IE8 & Firefox. Chrome, Opera, and IE 7 work fine. I'm looking for some suggestions. There is also an external page and a page of functions which I can't tell if they relate to this. I would be happy to post them as well if needed.
I have a Cycle Plugin carousel of 20 product thumbs split into 4 slides of 5 thumb images each slide. This scrolls horizontally forwards and backwards with left/right navigation. This carousel is situated below the products being displayed. The user can navigate forwards and backward through these 4 slides, however, when they pick a product to look at the carousel always resets itself back to the first slide. How can I set it so that when an image in one of the 4 slides is clicked and we move to that product's page, that slide stays active when the page loads? It's annoying to have to scroll back through the 4 slides to find the one that had the active product on it.
I've found a post regarding this issue but it's a little bit different this time.So I've created a .php script which creates some galleries where users can click them and browse their respective photos. It works like a charm in Chrome and FireFox, but IE doesn't like it.With this code:
When I click on the gallery thumb it should open the first photo in fancybox and browsing through the gallery should by peanuts. And it is, but with IE just opens the .jpg in a blank page without fancybox. The strange thing is I've used the same script approach in another website and the fancybox works just fine with IE too. So why doesn't in this case?
I believe I found an accessibility issue with superfish. I have the "sf- menu" ul as the child of another list item. After tabbing through the entire sf-menu, it disappears. How might I fix this? This is happening in both IE and firefox. It is nested as follows. ul -> li -> ul sf-menu
After much searching and head-scratching (JS is not my forte!), I adapted some code to do what I want - well, almost! So here I am back again. I need to have three divs on a page, with each separate div changing onClick. Below is the code so far.
1) when I open it in a browser window both divs show, then the one disappears when I click on the second div leaving only the numbers. How can I change it so that both divs remain open?
2) Instead of the numbers , , etc. to change the divs, I'd like to have to just click on one single 'click here for more' to display the next div then return to the first after the last one. Can this be integrated or is it too late?
I have a map with hotspots, and when you hover over a hot spot, a hidden DIV appears. The only problem I'm having now is getting the DIV to remain open while I move my mouse from the hotspot to the DIV. As soon as I move my mouse away from the hotspot, the DIV disappears. I need to put links in the DIVs, and users will need to be able to move their mouse away from the hotspot to click on the link, but currently can't.
I experimented with setTimeout, but didn't get too far. I really need to get this working.
I have a jwplayer in my page, and I've placed a short text describing it underneath it. Works fine in FF and Chrome, but in IE the text vanishes after you click the "Allow blocked content" permissions to allow activex controls.This is what it looks like:
I have an item at the end of a menu that when it is moused over, it makes a form visible underneath it. On some machines running Safari the form flashes on and of on hover, and disappears when the mouse leaves the trigger.
I can get it to happen in Firefox if I move the mouse super slow from the trigger word to the box. I've tried moving the log in box closer with css, and it still happens.
I use superfish horizontal nav-bar style. Subcategories appearhorizontally below categories.The problem is that when I take themouse from the category name to reach one of their subcats, thesubmenu disappears! The subcategories disappear too fast! Is there away to fix this?
and asp.net-mvc 3 razor After I click at label "Hello" I get next element totagRows. But when I click next time at label "Hello" I lose this element, but I want to add next element. What I must change to have desired effect?
I cant find an example for this, but I'm sure people will know what I mean. Imagine a form on a page, the user hits submit, but a new page does not load, instead a "busy" graphic displays, then disappears and then the results of the input are displayed.
Does anybody have a link to a tutorial or an example of this kind of feature? Or even a few google keywords to search for would be cool also.
I am using jquery as a text scroll (jcarousel) to pull recent articles from a blog. Everything works great. EXCEPT, I would like to have the links open in a new browser if possible.
Here is where I THINK the code needs to be changed?
I have a question about this scroller/ticker script (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex2/mikescroll.htm) I'm working with. I'm able to get the script working on it's own page, but when I put into my HTML I'm having an issue where all the test lays on-top of each other and the scrolling is broken (see attached image).
In a thread somewhere, someone wanted to know if there was a form element that would create a slider bar for the users to select a rating for something or other.
Well I went away and made one in DHTML and it works in all but five browsers (IE 3.0 4.0, NN 4.79 Opera 5.02 6.00) that I have tested it on. Once I had made it, I decided to make it more customizable by allowing users to set the width of the bar more easily.
Then someone at school told me that I could use ActiveX to create a slider bar. Well, lets just say that I know more about XML than ActiveX and leave it at that.
So as it stands this is just your average, run-of-the-mill, DHTML script. I'm posting it here to see if anyone can think of any ways that I could make it better or just tell me how damn good it is. :D I don't mind either way, honest.
I plan on submitting it to Dynamic Drive so that's why there are credits all over the place if you're wondering.
I am trying to create a combo box with horizontal scroller. i.e. Combo box will have a fixed width, ifany of its options have higher text, then horizontalscroller should appear automatically.I also tried placing a <div> around <SELECT>. But not getting how to apply styles on it.
I know nothing of js yet, I'm still studying CSS & PHP. So I'm just looking for a ready made script for vertical scrolling. I found one that does exactly that, but all the css styling is done in the javascipt, so I was completely lost. I want to be able to just enter the html (into the js array if neccessary, I can do that much lol) and have it scroll upwards, simple as that. The nearest thing I could find to what I want is this Creating a vertical content scroller using DHTML I can style my div & images myself, then all I need to do is enter the html and away it goes, but it functions just like the marquee tag in that it waits for the entire content to clear before it starts scrolling again.