I have a link and a div on a webpage. With the link I want to toggle the content (HTML) of the div. On toggle, I want to load the content from a PHP-file and I want it to load on the toggle, not when the webpage originally loaded (to reduce loading time on the webpage itself).
The file that is loaded on toggle doesn't have to be PHP, but it would help a lot.
I need a code that when a button or image is clicked then a div's width and height are changed.
Ive managed to get a few codes that does this, but the real problem is that, the contents of the div is an embedded flash file and i thought that by setting the flash width and height to 100% then the flash would fit to the new size of the div, but it just didnt work.
I need a code that when a button is clicked then the div's and the flash's width and height are changed.
please have a look at the temp website latinunit net / temp / , you will understand where im coming from.
on the right hand side i have a flash chat in a div , div is controled by a script that allows it to follow the scrollers up and down.
My goal is to add a little button in the same div that says expand or maximise so when clicked the the div expands aswell as the flash file.
You know when you go to a website, and you see a window that expands with content in it. It also gives you the option to close it. What do you call this window? I forgot, but told myself I would go back and learn it.
what im trying to do is get a paragraph tag to display like a textbox but put links in there which can be clicked on. (so a textbox wont work). i want each <pto have the same length (regardless of link length) so they line up ok when placed in rows.
I am currently using a popup window to establish the dimensions of a window, specifically based on the the width/height of the content area.
I would prefer to simply resize it and avoid the need for a popup altogether, but this is made difficult due to inconsistancies as to how resizeTo() accounts for whatever toolbars are 'on' which varies from browser to browser and platform to platform.
The site is coded to W3C (X/HTML, CSS) and the DOM/DHTML content is gradually being rewritten in accordance with the W3C DOM.).
The W3C DOM property to get/set the window content area dimensions are:
I'm having an issue getting the height and width of DIV elements that have resized themselves to fit their content.
I want to know how to get hold of the 'actual' size of a DIV element that is manipulated by the content of the DIV.
I am also interested in a solution that works in IE and Firefox (at least).
I have a menu that grabs content via ajax and json. This menu has 3 levels. I can click on the first level and it loads fine. This is the .cat class that then toggles. However when I click on the 2nd level link, the .ahref class it does not fire.
I've been trying to build my website so that the user first starts at the home page. Whenever the user clicks on the horizontal menu/navigation bar, the new content would push the home page content down. Clicking on another menu/navigation item would also push everything down and display the new content above it. I've been researching and figured i'd have to use jquery toggle. I've looked at multiple guides, and the one at
is like what i'm trying to do. However, I can't figure out how to toggle from a horizontal navigation/menu bar instead of using HEADERS like in the example link. I don't want to toggle content with the clickable toggle button stacked vertically. (Example: Toggle button --> Content --->Toggle Button----> Content)
What I require seems straightforward, for each image in my gallery I would like to have a unique URL, so if there are 5 images then 5 different URL's thus enabling me to toggle content relating to the particular image, the code I believe I need to change is as follows;
My problem is that my page have a fixed width of for example 800px which the iframe width is 100% of this width, but some external websites I put inside the iframe have a wider fixed width than 600, for example if the external website have the width of 1000px then my iframe will have a horizontal scroll. I don't want the horizontal scroll to appear and at the same time I want the iframe to show the whole width of the external website. Is there a way that I can control the width of the external website and make it 100% of the width of my iframe instead of their fixed 1000px for example? I don't think I can but I thought I would ask anyways maybe it's possible!
I have a list of thumbnails generated by Wordpress. I've been trying to piece together a script that would change the ID of the parent element based on the image inside of it I can't seem to get anywhere, does anyone have a simple solution?
I need the id of the li to be "sm" or "smp" depending on the width of the image inside of it (landscape or portrait)