I am doing a very simple POC regarding Instant Messaging using Struts. So I was able to do login and sending message. However, I am confused on how I can get the messages display to my POC if the other person is replying.
The idea that I am thinking is to use AJAX periodically call the Struts action. what API i should use in AJAX to do this call?
I want to display three sets of images on a Web page, and I want to use only one jcarousel to do it. I want to change the list of images based on the user clicking on one of three links, each representing a set of images. How do I do this? I know I can edit the DOM to modify the list of items, but how do I call jcarousel's reload() function? I thought of using three instances of jcarousel, but that takes up too much screen space and requires the user to scroll too much.
I have a application that uses jquery-1.6.4.jsandjquery-ui-1.8.14.custom.min.js. A call is made by a js file that works if I break on the call and single step using firebug but when run w/o the single step the call to the php in the server never seems to occure. IE doesn't seem to have this problem
The general framework is a simple user login function. The user name is selected and a password entered as usual. The function grabs the element values and passes them to a php page that queries the database. An AJAX call returns the password to the function and then I want the innerHTML to be a choice of two web pages, depending on success or failure of validation. There are existing AJAX functions available on the internet but they are overly complicated for what I think should be a simple, quick to load function.
Where I am stuck is that the standard procedure to make an AJAX call is the browser window event. How do you make the call from within the function? I have tried creating two new variables, "success" and "again" to replace xmlhttp, but still stumble on the event to assign a value. I left the blank password protection (if statement) with that variable to demonstrate what I mean.
I've put in my code below, which is in development and successfully alters the innerHTML text depending on user input but I can't figure out how to insert the relevant php page. I have '// out' the testing bits, but left them for info. (I have tried full 'scripting' as the innerHTML, but it's messy.)
Let me preface this by saying that I have ZERO experience with Ajax, and have simply copied this code from a blog elsewhere. What is shown below ties to a php file that I developed for a search function on our site. As the user enters their search term(s) in the text input field, the div below is populated with potential results through AJAX. I get all that.
However, I'd like to extend this a bit more. I'd like to enable to user to click the Enter key to follow the URL of the top search result automatically, without having to move their mouse and click on it.
Since I'm using PHP to generate the actual URL, I'm sure I can just send this back as a variable via AJAX, but with my lack of understanding, I thought I'd poke around here for some assistance. Can someone show me how to tweak the code below to accomplish what I'm looking for?
I'm less concerned about getting the Enter key to perform the submit than I am about passing the URL variable back to the form via AJAX. I've seen lots of examples of getting the Enter key to behave this way, I just didn't want to muddy up the original code above.
this is mohan started working recently on ajax with struts2 framework. I can able to make a ajax request to an struts2 action class.But in the response I am getting the whole jsp page as a response mentioned in the result tag in struts.xml file.But I need only the partial data like array or list etc from the action class.
I'm new to JS / Ajax; I've been trying to do an Ajax call to my Webservice ( I'm using C# for code-behind). I'm not using any of the libraries available. I am sending my CustID to the webservice and the webservice returns a Dataset that contains various customer details taken from database. I have tested that the Webservice itself works. But my ajax call is not working.
I'm having a problem where a button no longer triggers an event after I changed it through an AJAX call.Problem is, once AJAX has updated the DIV, the contents in RAM is different from what I see when I check the page source (CTRL-U in FireFox/Chrome).What tools are there to display the current contents of the DOM? I generally prefer to use Chrome/Iron, but if there are better tools for Firefox, I'm also interested.
l am making an jax call and the data is coming back fine inserted into the specific div correctly.However my css is broken after the AJAX call. the h1 are too big some menu items disppear.See code below