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Any guidance on scenarios to use to demo JS or a good tutorial website for real world scenarios,
I am trying to make it so that the style "RowSelected" (embedded below) is applied to the table row from which the radio button is selected, and then removed when a different radio button is clicked.
How could I apply a css style to a <tr> row based on the value of the contents in column 1?
For instance, on my table (generated from an asp:GirdView), column 1 contains a number ranging from 1.00 to 12.00. I need to show a certain background color for all rows whose value in column 1 is greater than 10.
My understanding had been that $.css("width") would return the original user selected style, eg "100%" or "10em", and $.width() returned the computed width, always in "px". Not so, following the code through for .css(), it calls something called getComputedStyle and the only difference between the two functions turns out to be a post-fix of "px" on the .css() result - not very useful. I need to know whether my user has called me with a proportional dimension, or a fixed one. How to tell with jQuery?
This is probably quite a simple problem but I can't figure out the answer. I'm working on a site that has news stories and events coming in. What I would like is to have the news stories to be styled with squares and events with discs for instance. I might be able to change the actual plug-in so the CSS affects this change, but I just wondered how I could change the list-style-type with jQuery.
I am using this browser that came with an sbcglobal account and when I click on the built in "shopping" button (and others), sometimes i get a jscript runtime error. It happens often but not always. It is very annoying. When I launch the debugger I don't know what i am looking at.
My question is. Is there anything I can do to stop this from popping up? Or is this caused by the source from the site?
Would using a different browser help? I think this is sbcglobals own browser but it might be based on IE.