If you look here i have a simple one page site with the banner sticking to the top and page anchors scrolling to each area. The problem is that it scrolls it to the top of the page, underneath the banner. Rather than bringing the anchor up below the banner, the back to top one works fine just cannot figure out why the others go to the top of the page. Basically i need to some how tell the js to add the banners height to the top of the browser.
I figured instead of reinventing the wheel someone surely has a simple a banner rotator with forward/back options, but darn if I can find one. There are countless scripts out there, but I can�t find one where the user can select the next banner before its allotted time. It would be simple enough in flash, but it was requested I stay with java script.
Anyone have any leads for a very basic banner rotation script that incorporates the forward/back selection option?
I am creating a website that uses columns (example) and I would like to be able to click left and right buttons to scroll horizontally one column at a time without the header and footer scrolling with the content.
I have tried using Scrollable and JCarousel but both require you to scroll through a set of list items. I need to be able to scroll 320px at a time. Is this possible?
My functions for mouse_move / up / down all control the movement of a box. So you can click a box and move it anyway. It then snaps to an invisible grid. However there are multiple boxes on the screen so if you move it to a spot where another box already resides, then that box needs to swap places.This is what the mouse_over function tries to do. When I click the first box it stores the position of that box that was clicked. If I release the mouse button whilst hoovering over another box I want the other box to take the stored positions of the first box.However what I think is happening is the mouseover function is applying the new position to the box I'm moving, as I guess this is the first layer the mouse is over.Is there anyway I can reference the layer underneath using onmouseover.
Is there a way to create a reflection underneath a div. I have found some bits of css that apply it to an image but I am not too sure it works with a div. Is this possible?If possible I would also like it to be cross browser compatible, is this possible?
I'm using a JQuery function to slide a div into and out of visibility, but every time I toggle, the browser resets my view to the top of the web page..What I want to happen is when you click to reveal the div, the page scrolls down and the div content is in full view. When I click again to re-hide the div, I want the page to scroll back up smoothly instead of just reverting to the top of the whole page...The page url is: http:[url]....Here's my code:
I'm having trouble getting the table underneath the <h3> tag "Delivery rates" to show in the right place. Also the "Delivery Rates" is not showing either. This is starting down at line 86. I've tried adding <p>/</p> elements as my book mentions but they do not seem to work or rather I'm putting them in the wrong spots(?).
I am trying to make a "Recently added" carousel on my home page. I want a simple image rotation/carousel of my recently added artworks, and below the image i would like the title and a reflection of the image.Is this possible?
I included the photoshop mock-up of what im trying to achieve:
i have 1 div with scrollbars and another div with a table inside. when user scroll horizontal bar in div1 i want application to scroll the table header from the same amount of pixels and in the same direction. i did not find anything under jQuery about that.. :-(
1. how can i detect in which direction the scroll is done (to the right, or to the left) ? 2. how can i determine how many pixels this scrolling is about ? 3. how to scroll the table header (table tag or th tag) from the same amount of point ?
i found just scrollLeft for now and i'm not successful to use it
I'm looking to have a lightbox pop up when a user clicks the Back button in their browser rather than just navigating back. The purpose is to ask a question with a Yes/No answer, and if they click No, I allow them to go back. The only thing I've found anything like this is the onUnload event, but that doesn't prevent them from going back. How should this be handled?
I am trying to write a script that uses the IF statement to see wether or not a user clicked the back button to come to a page, and then if it's true to not let the page load and kick them back X number of pages (say 4) This is what I have so far:
I have a webpage popup (lets call it POPUP) which refreshes the opener window (this one we call PARENT) when we close it, saying we want to save data. For this, we use
When we don't want to save the POPUP data, we just close the popup and don't refresh the PARENT. In the PARENT we have a "Back" link which executes a simple
The problem is: If we refresh parent, we need to go back 2 pages, because the refresh method adds another page to the history. But we have no (easy) way of knowing in the PARENT if it had been refreshed. With this, our users are forced to click two times in the Back link.
Is there anyway of going back to the previous page, no matter how many refreshes happened in the current one ?
I have been trying to utilize a pre existing snippet of JS that makes a call to some PHP, where the PHP echo's out the answer, namely a dynamic quick search output, that gains its data from an xml file (which works as expected) and thought I might be able to rework the code to work for my altered purpose (which has been a disaster at every attempt) which is as follows:
1. I have a JS file called call4section.js - JS that has a string (str) value assigned (could be number or a combination of numbers and letters) which is passed to a PHP script called call4section.php.
2. The PHP script takes receipt of the string and finds a match within an XML file for the entry under <reference>.
3. The XML file has a format as follows:
<pages> <note> <section>value</section>
And well, I dont seem to be able to get any further forward with it. Effectively, I can echo out the $reply (if it worked I think), but my stumbling block is sending the starting string, with the JS expecting some reply sent from the PHP.
when the visitor come to mysite.com(e.g), the script above invisibly redirect to the [URL] for insert the visitor data to the database and also display the advertisement banner from database.it was succesful to get the data in the [URL] but it won't display the banner to [URL]
trackerexam.com/tracker.php : <?php include "connection.php";
I am not very good with java, but I have been trying to setup 2-4 rotating banner ads. I have been able to get one to work, but as soon as I try to add the code for the second, I only see the second ad and not the first. Can someone give me a hand?Here is my site: http://bigdogcattle.comHere is my code:
I have a space on my page reserved for a banner to denote religious / special events and other notices that may be important for that specific day. At the moment the relevant banner is uploaded the night before ready for the next day.
Another thing I've thought of (as an advanced bit, don't want to run before walking!) is perhaps to have a random banner from a selection shown if there isn't a religious date / special event on a specific day.