I am using multiple instances of the jquery datepicker on my form. Due to my CSS i could not use the icon trigger built-into jquery, it caused the icon to be displayed below the input field and i wanted it to be displayed next to the text. Below is the code for one of my input fields.
I have multiple date fields i want to use the datepicker with. The issues i am having are; 1. when i click on the icon to display the datepicker, the picker is displayed, but it displays on the wrong icon. No matter what icon i click on it always gets displayed on only one and it is always the same one. Each field has its own unique name and id the only thing that each field shares is a class. I can't seem to figure out how to fix this. My other issue is that when i click on the icon the page scrolls to the top, so if i am clicking on a picker icon at the bottom of the screen it scrolls the screen to the top.
I have taken over a previously designed site. I need to show the actual page url in the browser's address box. For purposes of being able to create links (in emails, etc.) which point the customer directly to the product on the site. As of now, you can only go directly to the home page.
We want to display this popup (or overlay) that says "you are leaving this site...etc." when a user leaves our site. This is all good when a user clicks on an external link from within our site. But, what if user just starts typing a new URL in the browser address bar? Lets say my site is called cnn dot com. The user is browing cnn dot com and then starts typing nytimes dot com in the same browser window and hits enter. At this point, we would like to display that pop up.
That is a sample link. Go down right side of page where you see three buttons: Trailers Featurettes Clips.Those return iframe information to work.
is it possible to track whether user is typing in the browser's address bar or aside google search box ( which appears in most of the browsers besides address bar)? if yes, I would like to know HOW? references are welcome.
I have been looking for a solution for a long time. I have embedded a SWF app in html page using SWFObject. Now I need to give the Flash app the address where it is currently embedded, since the same SWF file is embedded in more than one locations! So the Flash app is supposed to pull the right content according to its current position
We got a google maps with a bunch of pins. Each pin is setup to use our blue custom icon image. I'm trying to make it so that when you click on a pin, that particular pin changes to a green version of the icon, and all the reset stay blue. If the user clicks another pin, it turns green and the previous goes back to blue.Basicly only the clicked active pin should be green.
I have the following code to insert a google map of the UK into my page with some markers on it. This is fine except I want to change the icon to a simple flat spot. I'm sure this is easy and I have actually managed this before when there was only one marker on the map. how to do it on this example though.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
This thing is being seen on many websites...! while page is loading.. user see a page loading Icon until the page loads..! i dont knw wht exactly it is called.? some links or script so that i can us e it for my page..!
I have written a couple of functions to open and close <ul> like a forlder tree which is working great. I have a tiny little problem. When you open and close folders the icons are not properly swapping to indicate their state. Code: