I currently have a floating layer that appears when someone puts the cursor on an image (information about the image appears in a table format). The cursor moves down the page as you scroll, however, it would be better if the layer would be attached to the cursor. Better positioning. I have asked for help coding this and got a variety of answers, none of which have worked. I would not mind a tooltip, if the tooltip could be formatted to contain a table with text. The only tooltip code I found does not allow the tooltip to be formatted in any way.
My preference would be a layer as used in Dreamweaver that would appear next to the cursor when the cursor is placed on a photo.
The html page is as follows:
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AND CSS FILE IS AS FOLLOWS:
At some point while scrolling,the div 'movable' flickers continuously,while at some other point,it is perfectly stable.
I uploaded this code for a floating layer on my website - works really really well, the only problem is - I forgot what the code means. The floating layer is positioned in the center of the screen and I now want to move it to the far left of the screen. How do I adjust the code to do that?? Sorry for the dumb question, but it's been years...someone highlight the section of the code related to the screen position, how to adjust the position?
I need to add a floating menu like layer to the site that contains user selected information from the page. So for example, a page has blocks of information organized in a tabular fashion - a lots of them. Each block has a heading containing a check box. This check box serves as a marker that picks the particular item. When the pick is made, a floating status layer is updated with the pick. In this floating layer there is also a submit button that can be click when the user is done with selection.
There is page I've come across that has something similar to what I need to accomplish but I don't know what technology is used. If you go to this site [url] you'll see in the middle of the page several blocks of different items each with green heading titled "Add to request list" containing a check box. As soon as you click the check boxes a separate area called "Your Request List" is populated with some data.
If I have several links with onClick events pointing to the same function, how can I get a reference back to the link that was clicked? I'd like to change the link text after the onClick fires so the user knows something is happening, without having to create and assign id's to every link.
I'm figuring this will need to be done in a function. I'm building a page builder with 2 fields, a textbox called 'title' and a textarea called 'text' (imaginative huh!).
I'm having an extremely hard time finding out how to do this. I'm looking to attach the footer of my site to the bottom of the browser window. The site uses an accordian/slider as it's UI, so the footer needs to "float" above all the content and attach to the bottom of the BROWSER window (not the end of the content), so that when the slider comes down and some of the content is below the bottom of the browser window, the footer remains at the bottom of the browser window, even when the page is scrolled. I'm tearing my hair out trying to find a solution to this issue. Here's the page with the footer as a simple div (it's not even fixed to the bottom with CSS right now because that does no good when the page is scrolled):[URL]
I have been trying to use jquery function .html() but I noticed that it clears all events that are attached to the selectors. Is there a way around this issue? I want to change the content and keep the events.
I am aware of live and delegate functions but I am making changes to an external page so I do not have control over attaching events or knowing what they are at the first place.
i have a form giftcert.html -that has text input boxes the user fills in and a link to the next page for the user to pick a gift card giftcards.asp -the user picks a gift card by radio buttons (over 100)grouped by name and then pushes a button to take them to the next page passing the value of the radio and image (here is the issue) giftcert.asp -this page displays the text boxes from the first page with the value already present (used asp to achieve) and the value of the radio button (a stock number - used asp to achieve) and i want a sample of the image attached to the stock number. how do i pass the image attached to the radio button from giftcards.asp to giftcert.asp i don't know where i am going wrong
a) how do i attach the image to the button do i use an onclick="pass src" and how b) how do i get the image to show up in giftcert.asp
i am working on a custom drop down list that has hidden #options DIV which is shown when the user clicks on a button. the problem i am having is that the click event does not seem to be attached to the LI elements since they are hidden when the page first loads. if i show the #options DIV when the page loads everything is working as expected.i've tried to attach the click event after i show the hidden UL but that didn't work either.what can i do to make sure the LI click event fires? i tried to put A tag inside of LI and attach click to that but to no avail.
I'd like to know how this site (linked below) does their floating share box on the left side. I notice it starts from a certain position and then it gets pushed down along with the top of the window when the user scrolls down pass that point, sticking to the top. Is there an external js recalculating the top value as the user scrolls down?
I have a website that has an ad box to show the next event. after many hours i got the box to sit above a flash menu but it now floats and when people try to scroll to read the rest of the flyer it is always bellow the screen...
I have a floating menu that follows the user when scrolling up and down the page. I was wondering if this script could be edited for the menu to follow the user if they were scrolling horizontally Would i need a new code or could I simply edit this one? Code: