I am sure this question has been raised and answered before, but I can't seem to find an answer that works for me. I hope I will get an exact response here. Here's my issue - I have my index.html that has its own $(document).ready method and everything pretty much works within it. I am trying to dynamically load a page to replace part of index.html (let' say the #inner_content ID) -
Could someone explain the discrepancies within and between the stated definitions / usage of 'document.location' , 'document.URL' vs. their actual functionality?
Should they be read-only when in fact they are not? Is 'document.URL' also deprecated, and should therefore never be used? What is the last word re: the proper syntax for returning and setting the current window's location?
We have: document.location document.location.href document.URL window.location window.location.href location location.href
I'm new to jquery. I did some pages in jquery.I'm confuse about the use of $(document).ready. Whether I put my code inside or out of $(document).ready, it works fine. In plain english, how can we describe the use of $(document).ready?
I am trying to use the Multi Drop Down Menu plugin available at CodeNothing.com. However the problem is occuring even without calling the functions in the plugin. (It occurs when I call the functions in the plugin as well but that doesn't matter)I am experiencing some very strange behaviour. I havesome standard nested unordered lists where the top list is given the id multi-ddm. Now when I run the code below I get 1 alert (which is correct as I only have 1 child li element) saying hello.
no error appears and the alert appears once, which is correct.So is it the $(document).ready that is causing the problem or the '> li'. I cannot work it out and have been at it chopping and changing for ages.
within this page that has been created, there is an AJAX tree folder which calls another page to be loaded into a DIV by AJAX again. Code:
I don't know why it doesn't work because the page has been loaded with the JS file, but as soon as the link is added afterwards it doesn't work. I take it this is because it doesn't know where to find the JS, but how can I overcome this?
There are pages containing input field where in user enters value. Now I have a requirement to block UI untill the document is ready and every input field is rendered. I have found that I can use blockUI plugin for this : [URL] I have also found few good examples in : [URL]
how do I call $.blockUI() on pre-ready stage and call $.unblockUI(); on .ready(). I would want my UI to be locked untill the doc is ready. I can put call to $.unblockUI(); in .ready() but where do I put $.blockUI().
I am needing to use both functions, as shown below, which are within the <head> section of my code. However, I find that if I do both, neither works. If I do only one, it works.Apparently, I don't know how to properly use $(document).ready(function(). What should I do?
I was wondering if there is something like document.ready; to trigger after all the DOM+Js is loaded. document.ready is triggered when the DOM is ready, but the js might be still loading, i would like to trigger an event only after DOM along with all the JS is loaded.