Problem I began with: Netscape/Opera supports hover for different elements,
IE only supports hover for <a> and I want to use hover for <td class="menu">
It works ok for IE now.
Problem I now have: I don't want the script to run in a browser that does
support hover for <td>.
In other words I noticed that the script was still running for Netscape and
Opera - but I would prefer to let those browser's native hover support to
work since I notice that in some cases the script can introduce lag at
I don't want to sniff for IE: I know how unreliable browser sniffing is. I
would rather sniff for the lack of hover support.
Is the best way to do this?
I get an error when I try to dynamically add an attribute to some elements, since I been getting the error "Object doesn't support this property or method" in IE I reduced the attribute value to just alert.
Note that in firefox all the elements with the class boxcontainer gets "hello world" alert. I removed this specific code (shown above) out of the page and the error in IE goes away, so I'm 100% sure nothing else is causing it.
Im trying to get 2 elements to execute some effect individually at the same time on a hover.Ive looked at .animate but if I understand it correctly I can do multiple effects but still limited to that single element.[code]So basically Im just trying to get 1st & 2nd on hovers to happen at the same time and 1st and 2nd off hovers to happen at the same time.
Trying to make code that adds a hover event to all html elements within a certain container. On hover the element should be outlined by adding/removiing a css class. Thats the first thing and I can't get that to work with the code below.
The second part is to keep the element outlined when its clicked, and also when selecting multiple elements by (ctrl+click).
Have searched for a outline plugin, but came up with nothing.
I have a form with many fields... the fields are getting values from a database.
I've tried onunload to just submit the form regardless of changes or not but onunload and submit isn't working for me. Now I need some type of event that will fire when a user tries to navigate from a page to check to see if anything has changed and if so prompt them (confirmation) to take action or not.
I know that the reset button only takes away anything that was added to fields after the load so there must be some way to use the logic of reset to simply check to see if fields have changed, right?
I was wondering if anyone has figured out a near-perfect way to check if the client has all the elements fully loaded? Not talking about all the css and text loading and the event triggers while the client is viewing images load: I mean the event auto-triggers after all the images are fully loaded, along with the css, text content, etc.
(P.S. Not talking about AJAX. Literally when somebody visits a page itself, the elements all completely load first, then the event fires.)
Here is the HTML: [URL] I'm trying to uncheck the selected radio button, then set the value to 1 (Yes), basically overwriting theinitialvalue to 1. I've looked at prop(), val(), and attr(), and just don't know where to start. Should I select $('#set_q157 input') or$('#set_q157 input:radio'), or each individual radio?
Do I need to each them, and check if its checked, then change its value, or is there a way to select all three inputs as just one radial button? It would also need to work if the input has not yet been checked.
It is the function control() which validates the e-mail field. But it just validates whether the e-mail has been entered or not. The second check (with the @ sign) is not being made.
I am looking for a way to embed an IM window into a web page, so that users can easily send an IM to a support person. I am looking for something free and easily implemented, that doesn't require any client download on the user's system. And supports one of the major IM services like Gtalk, AIM, YIM, ICQ, etc.
Basically I want to provide very very simple answering of questions, so along the lines of LivePerson without the cost and extra features.
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