But problem is that i want to remove this space from between child and adults ,and childs and other code . Because for adults max value we can select 6 and for child also we can select max 6 so these other 4 rows for adults and childs are invisible in code.
While testing my pages in IE and Firefox, I have noticed that when I remove an image from the DOM before it has finished downloading in IE, that the status bar gets stuck at Downloading Picture https://.... Which means the page never finishes loading, I have tested by just making the images style.display = "none" and I no longer get the error, but since this is an AJAX app, that would just leak memory as images would never get deleted when people traverse the web app. Has anyone else experienced this behavior or have a possible solution?
I would like to have two columns, the left column showing all available items with an add button. The right column showing all of the added items, and then adding these together to provide an order total, but with the ability for users to add to the quantity or remove from their order.I have the add item to order bit working on, and the sub-total is working.I started to try to add on add/remove buttons to the right #your-order column but am getting stuck.Every time a user adds another item to their order, more buttons are added, and I can't get the "remove item" button working.The page is located here:URL...Should I paste the jQuery code I am using here?
I've been learning a lot about jscript and PHP while I've been building my site...now I'm curious about using a little ajax. I have an internal email setup on my site where users can contact one-another...when you click on Inbox, Sent, Drafts, ect it calls a php script and reloads the page. I'm considering for my next release, doing this with jscript but my question is this...
When I print info to the page that I'm on, how hard is it to get rid of the old data that was there? This might be the easiest thing in the world but i don't even know what to call this on google. Also, if that's the norm, how hard is it to add data to a page with out getting rid of whats already there? I've been reading about ajax and I've been using jscripts to check my forms and do simple things but I'm really interested in learning what I really have the power to do here...
I've been given a large number of HTML pages. Each page has one or more tags. When the pages were being built I asked that an ID attribute be included with each element that will later be referenced. The first ID'ed element on the page has the ID 'item0', the next 'item1' and so on.
Unfortunately they also included a NAME element which in many cases is similar to the ID but out by one. That is the first element on the page has the NAME 'item1', the next 'item2' and so on.
This stuffs up some things that depend on the ID (IE seems to make use of the NAME instead of the ID when I ask getElementByID). Is there an "easy" way to remove all the NAME attributes, or at least make them invisible to IE, on page load?
My goal with a script I am writing is to remove signatures from a forum I am a part of. Some of the people abuse it with half a page of stuff and it's out of control. So here is what the HTML source code for it looks like
I'm working on a Wordpress site and am using a photo gallery plugin. However, this plugin, for some reason, generates an empty table row and it's messing with my layout because I'm inserting a background image for each of the "TDs". I don't want to mess w/ the core files since the changes will be gone after the next upgrade. check out these two image links to see exactly what I mean.
I know there are ways to dynamically remove elements using DOM. Would I be able to use that method here?
-edit- This gallery is paginated and I just noticed that on the last page, the last row actually contains two pictures and a " ". So, a better question would be: Is there a way to target just the td elements that have in them so I can add a display:none via css?
There doesn't seem to be any mechanism to "clear" a node of all it's children (not that its necessary very often, but I have come across situations where I'd like to clear a node of all it's children before appending other nodes). I've come up with two possibilities: Code:
I've seen several older posts saying there is no way to hide menu bars in IE unless you call window.open().
Is this still the case?
I'm interfacing with a app that I don't have control over. The idea is that users log into my app do whatever and I then populate form tags with user id and password and submit the form to the other app. This logs the user in but the called app is used for reporting and the status bar, menu bar and tool bar take up a lot of vertical space.
I'm trying to remove an html element in the example below. I don't see the "bye" message at the end and there are no errors reported in Firefox or exceptions caught if I wrap the remove child line in a try-catch. Any ideas what is wrong?
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <title>garbage</title> </head> <body>