I am having a problem using the jquery Form Plugin. I have a form that is setup that I would like to animate the errors/success when a user submits incorrect information or gives the user a succes message when then enter correct information. However my problem is twofold. The message that displays on the same page only works in firefox. What would cause this? I would like the different messages to slide into view when being displayed but right now they just pop into view. How do I make it animate or rather slide into view? The page is question is http://capnhud.host22.com/sampleform2.html
Having issues with the video plugin for jQuery. This works great for Chrome but not Safari or Firefox. In Firefox it just shows up as a grey box with a light grey 'X' in the middle, and in Safari as nothing. I'm guessing it's something about the MIME but I have no idea what to do about that.
I'm trying to submit a form with the jQuery Form Plugin by malsup. I'm fairly positive my code is correct because in IE8 the success function is being called and the background of the boxes are turning green. In IE7 however, The submit function is definitely working as the file is uploaded to the correct place, but the success function is not being called/fired. Any ideas as to why this might be? Do IE7 and IE8 handle this that differently? The function in the success call is just changing a checkbox and combo box background colors to green.
m relatively new to Jquery and have come accross these two plugins.Having looked at the ajax examples offered for the form plugin i wasintruiged to find out how i could go about validating the form usingthe formvalidate plugin during the beforeSubmit callback.Ive seen that you can validate the ajaxform as shown in the followingxample.malsup.com/jquery/form/#code-samplesHowever i'd like to use the formvalidate as it offers alot more....
I've been building a site that will rely very heavily on ajax calls to save server load and to spice things up a bit. So, so far I've successfully made several different ajax calls in Firefox. I'm mainly using the following code
I have a select dropdown menu that I am trying to generate dynamically.
What I would like is if the Psychology option is selected then it would show the Psych Divisions and hide the Education Divisions and vise versa. Then from the divisions you can select the location and then term. Basically a dynamic dropdown that hides the selects until specifically called.
I am not really sure where to start with this as my function works perfect in IE 6. However when I select one of my categories and hit submit in Firefox or IE7 or 8 nothing happens. No error message. Just nothing. How can I get this working for firefox and IE7/8?
Ok, So check out [URL].. The index jquery works fine on all three browsers (last I checked) Now go to [URL]..php or any other secondary page. The jquery has gone loopy and is not working! It seems my CSS partially works, my jquery does not work at all... totally lost on why my jquery is not activating.
I was able to deduce that the problem must be with the two columns float left and right which are position relative, but still am unable to figure out why once the pagination or scroll is clicked the columns should shift... Let me know if more information is needed, such as page source. (I will do my best to disclose all relevant information to the extent permitted by the company).
I am using $('.CycleContents').cycle which works quite fine in all browsers but if i load the contents before cycle by using load functionit works in firefox but in IE i need to refresh and then it works and doesn't work very first time.
I am using the lightbox script from "Jquery:Novice to Ninja" and it works very well in Firefox and Opera but not in IE8.
The problem, I think is because I am using PHP to pull the picture names from a file. There are around 40 pictures so I didn't want to name them all manually.[code]...
This easily produces a nice page of thumbnails and clicking on any brings up the bigger picture in lightbox but not in IE.
It seems that IE needs another set of pictures to load from so the filename od the <a href=image> needs to be different to the <src=image> filename which makes more work.
Is there a work around to make this work as well in IE as it does in firefox.
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Also as an aside. When the lightbox starts it removes the scroll bar which has the effect of moving the page to the right. Is there a way to add a right margin to replace the scroll bar to stop this happening?
Having looked at the ajax examples offered for the form plugin i was intruiged to find out how i could go about validating the form using the formvalidate plugin during the beforeSubmit callback. Ive seen that you can validate the ajaxform as shown in the following example. [URL] However i'd like to use the formvalidate as it offers alot more..
I can't get jQuery working at all with IE7. I'm using the jQuery Cycle plugin, but I believe this problem is with jQuery (and the fact that I'm am a newbie). I'm trying to use an banner rotator, which works on Firefox, Safari and IE8. On IE7, it is not even activating... it just shows each div one after another.