[URL]..Default.aspx I have both a carousel with images andalso animagemap(notnot published yet)with coords that when clicked i want to write to a cookie file which image or image map coordinate was clicked, so when they are hyperlinked to the next page the correct div opens based on first reading the cookie written to on the previous page. Anybody have a basic script for reading and writing to a cookie using jquery in this fashion?
I am using a js calendar script that populates a text field with a date. When clicking in the field the calendar shows then i choose a date, calendar closes, the date is now in the field. great it works fine.
I am definitely more designer than programmer. Not sure if this possible, If it is then I am definitely getting the syntax wrong. I'm trying to pull array data as such: var carouselC2R1Array = new Array(500, 4, 0); var currentSilo = 2; var currentImg = 1; carouselWidth = "carouselC"+currentSilo+"R"+currentImg+"Array"; carouselMaxImages = "carouselC"+currentSilo+"R"+currentImg+"Array"; carouselCurrentImg = "carouselC"+currentSilo+"R"+currentImg+"Array";
But instead of returning the correct data I get this: carouselWidth = c carouselMaxImages = a carouselCurrentImg = r
I have created an animated image gallery in dhtml. It works fine in Internet Explorer. In Firefox, it only works if I ommit the DOCTYPE tag. The page is valid xhtml-strict but with a xhtml1-strict DOCTYPE, I get a dead script and dozens of error messages like "Error in parsing value in property 'width'. Declaration dropped." on Line 0. Code:
This is what I'm attempting at the moment, links is an array. Should this work? I understand that HTML headers cannot contain complex datasets like arrays, so what format is the data sent in? Ie. how do I decompose the array on the PHP end? Or is there a better way entirely of doing this?
I have a function that requires the ability to count the number of entries in an array.
I'm using the following to call my function inside an input tag:
And when errors.length is alerted, it outputs 0. I can only figure that there is an issue when using custom named keys in an array, since this works when I use only integers, however, I have the need to use a custom key index as shown.
I'm facing the bug about the failure of innterHTML while reading xhtml content inside a DIV, in fact it has passed as html removing the closing of some nodes. Is there a way to read the content of the div perfectly how it is in the page, kind of:
var obj = document.getElementById("myDIV"); var realContent = obj.toString();
I'm working on recreating a paper form as accurately as possible in XHTML. I can't keep my sanity with that man DIVs, so I'm using nested tables.
In most fields (TDs) I have a label and a text box, and I'd like to have the text box fit the width of the TD as accurately as possible, without going on to another line. As far as I've heard, the only way to do this is using JS to get the width of the TD and the label, and then adjust the width of the text box to fit.
I'm using FireFox 3.0.11 for development. For some reason, the width of the TDs is being reported incorrectly. I've tried .width, .style.width, .offsetWidth, .clientWidth and .scrollWidth. They all agree within a few pixels, but are horribly incorrect. My current screen resolution is 1400x1050, and I've taken a screenshot and measured that to confirm - the actual width of the TD is approx. 1130 pixels, but it's being reported by all of those JS functions as +/- 865 px.
None of the tables or TDs have widths defined, it's all just automatic sizing. The only width/size defined at all is an overall div with 2% margins on each side.
Now, I prefer, and think that Markup A, is the better representation of the data... but... I can't find a spec, that dictates which one is "officially" correct... (due in part to the fact that in old HTML days, the closing tags were not needed... thus the confusion as to "where" that closing tag goes, when nesting)
This gets very interesting in the JS/CSS world, trying to deal with this...
If I generate Markup A, then get a reference to the LI element for "Item 3", called say... foo then I ask for foo.followingSibling, in Mozilla, I get as expected, the UL element, but in IE, I get the LI for "Item 4"... IE "moves" the UL node, to the .lastChild position of the preceding LI element.
So, here's the questions...
1.) Which method (by vote, spec or whatever) is correct/better? Method A or B?
2.) Based on (1), is the IE implementation a Bug, or a Feature? Mozilla's?
3.) If you want to style the sub items, what CSS would you use for Method A, or B... or does it matter?
PS I don't expect a unanimous answer to any of these, I'm just trying to get a feel for how everyone else interprets how Nested Lists are "supposed" to work.
I'm trying to figure out how to make this work and I'm stumped. I wrote this code:
I'm trying to doing something really simple but I can't seem to make it work. I'm trying have the textarea display a certain message depending on if the first input box says a certain word or number. So like in the code, if the user types "55" or "never" in the first box, then the second box should say a certain message. Then I used the else statement so that if "55" or "never" is not entered, then the second box says nothing. If you can spot my error or suggest a different way of going about writing the code
I have a table which I would like to be highlighted with the click of a button, but I can't seem to reference it correctly. I can make the <td> clickable and function, but when I try to apply it to the button I can't make it reference the td cell, rather than change the background color of the button.The function is:
I've created a script that should display a certain image based on the day of the week and the time of the day. After uploading the page to the site I receive no errors, however I'm not getting the display I should be seeing. It always returns the image from the final "else" statement. I'm thinking the problem is that I have two "&&" operators in each "if" statement, and I don't have the proper syntax, or perhaps I'm not writing it properly. Code:
I'm used to just using getElementById to look stuff up in my own scripts but I'm doing an assignment and it would not look good to put id's everywhere to modify a html page when there are already name attributes in the elements.
In this page I can't refer to the Family Name input box using document.form1.familyName for some reason. Is it because it's inside a table after the form is opened? What syntax should I be using? Code:
I want to create a link to an email conference which is on 2 servers. Some users will only be registered on server1 and others will be registered on server2. however I don't know which users are on which server.
Im required to use global arrays to create a currency converter website. As it is my code works perfectly, although im a bit unsure of whether i've used the arrays properly.Heres my arrays and the first line of code to convert GBP to Japanese Yen...
I have two on-line manuals built with frames. Each has a unique frameset. Some of the pages have related material and are linked.
Is there a way to have a page from Manual B called from manual A, which will cause Manual B's frameset to load? In other words, I do not want Manual B's page to load into the wrong frameset as the navigation information will be wrong.