I have a link and a div on a webpage. With the link I want to toggle the content (HTML) of the div. On toggle, I want to load the content from a PHP-file and I want it to load on the toggle, not when the webpage originally loaded (to reduce loading time on the webpage itself).
The file that is loaded on toggle doesn't have to be PHP, but it would help a lot.
I have a menu that grabs content via ajax and json. This menu has 3 levels. I can click on the first level and it loads fine. This is the .cat class that then toggles. However when I click on the 2nd level link, the .ahref class it does not fire.
I've been trying to build my website so that the user first starts at the home page. Whenever the user clicks on the horizontal menu/navigation bar, the new content would push the home page content down. Clicking on another menu/navigation item would also push everything down and display the new content above it. I've been researching and figured i'd have to use jquery toggle. I've looked at multiple guides, and the one at
is like what i'm trying to do. However, I can't figure out how to toggle from a horizontal navigation/menu bar instead of using HEADERS like in the example link. I don't want to toggle content with the clickable toggle button stacked vertically. (Example: Toggle button --> Content --->Toggle Button----> Content)
What I require seems straightforward, for each image in my gallery I would like to have a unique URL, so if there are 5 images then 5 different URL's thus enabling me to toggle content relating to the particular image, the code I believe I need to change is as follows;
1) Script Title: Ajax Tabs Content Script (v 2.2) and Featured Content Slider Using jQuery UI
2) Script URL (on DD): [URL]
3) Script URL of Featured Content Slider Using jQuery UI [URL]
4) Script URL of my implementation of both script. [URL]
5) Problem: I've integrated the featured content slider in one of the default content section of the tab menu as you can see on the link on point 4. The slider is working perfectly when until i click on other tab menu and then back tab menu 1. The slider seize to work no more and worst the other featured content slides are appearing below the first one.
I have previously developed two scripts, both of which work really well, however I want to amalgimate them together if possible? My first script loads the content specified into a single div, replacing the content depending on which function is called, it also displays a loading gif during a timeout of 2 seconds. Here is the page:
The content is coming from an Ajax request. The content gets used more than once on the page for other purposes which is why I don't simply change the iframe src--I have to do an ajax request regardless so I'm trying to avoid multiple calls.
After I load the content, I need modify the height of the iframe so it fits snuggly around the content.
Calculating the height isn't a problem with the exception that it's not always correct and I think it's because the calculation is happening before images have downloaded.
I don't seem to be able to rely on a `load` or `ready` event to delay the calculation. The load event is the only one that tiggers on a change of iframe content, but it doesn't see the new content.
Most Jquery I have seen 'pushes' the content above or below it up or down the page as it reveals the hidden content, the above example reveals the content over the top without pushing out any other content which is what I am looking for I have tried to take the code and everything works aside from those tabs!! I was hoping somebody has a link to another site that does the same effect
Im modifying some open source code and in this instance I would like to write some data to a file (possibly for the user to download). In this code the user can toggle the hidden exportData to be shown on the webpage. However, I would like to give the option of downloading/saving the data as a file (only the exportData which I believe is the document.getElementById("path")). I have tried various tricks found online, but have yet to produce the hoped for result.
When I place the script.php in other servers it works fine (content can be viewed) except with one server, it doesn't return anything (just blank screen). What could be the possible problem, is it a hotlinking issue or something else?
I have content in hidden (invisible) DIV elements on a page that I want to load into another DIV element on same page. I need to replace content currently in a DIV with that coming from another DIV. DIV ontent could be a P element or a P and IMG element.
The "body onload" makes the page first load all the way to the left, and then after completely loading switches the content to the center, that is dynamically gross. Now, instead of using the "body onload", is there any other way that i can make the content appear. Seeing that there is no "onbeforeload", there must be another way to solve this.
I have a company that has a group of companies under it. I plan to add 4 company logos on one front page, and when the user mouses over one of the logos, I want a table below to change and show a description of that company.
The images that they will be mousing over will also need to change, and the table that will change should be able to carry a static message such as "Hover your mouse over the logos above to find out more".
I would like to build an HTML page that has four content areas. The first with 3 links that when clicked chage what is shown in the other 3 - and so changing the default content in these sections. The content for these sections will be contained in seperate HTML files sitting on the same server.
I'm sure some wizard will tell me this is a classic example of "piece of cake"; in which case I bow and promise to listen In case I've struck granite rock, feel free to throw questions my way and I'll tell you if I've tried it or not.
So far so good.