Now for my problem. There isn't really a problem in the sense that the game is fully functional, it's more of just something that bugs me. I created the game in hopes of making it as unobtrusive as possible to the page. The entire game uses 3 css classes and one JS Object named bloc. I want the game to generate its own div to live within, which it currenyl does, but I want the div to be name-less and ID-less, so other scripts in any page will not interfere. Code:
Is there a jQuery function that can cause an element to slide down as in fly from an edge of a screen to the location that it is supposed to be at? The slideDown();function causes an element to start at the top of the container the element it is applied to and then roll down. I guess what I am looking for is something that would on an event slide from an edge of a screen or browser window to where it is supposed to go? Are there any functions or transitions like that?
I have a single web page that is broken into content sections that are all assigned element id's (home, about, services, and contact) and have a fixed navigation bar that points to anchors associated with each element id / page section. Since the navigation bar is fixed, it comes along with us as we scroll through the page. I've got a jQuery smooth scrolling effect that makes a nice transition between sections of the page when you click on one of the navigation links. Between the sections I have an image that looks cool as the page scrolls past between sections.
Problem:Since the page is kind of long, I would like to use the jQuery .hide method to remove page sections that lie between the current section of the page that is being viewed and the section targeted by the navigation link. At the same time, the .show method will be used to ensure the target section of the page is visible. Therefore, I need to include an exception to the list of elements that I am hiding - the element that I am currently viewing (and is consequently being displayed as the current url in the browser due to the anchor tags).ExampleFor instance, say you're viewing the "about" section of the page and you click the navigation link to the "contact" section. The "contact" link in the navigation bar is assigned the id="nav_contact." When you click the "contact" button, I've made the following jQuery happen:
It appears that using the insertCell method to append a cell to a table row in the tbody creates a data cell by default. I need to create a header cell (in the tbody, not in the thead). Is this possible? The desired result would be something like this:
<table> <tbody> <tr> <th>#text</th> <-- I am unable to create this element. <td>#text</td> <td>#text</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
Is there a way of displaying the id of the element under the pointer ?
Please dont ask why I need it, but I do, i found tools that needs installation that provide the same funcitonality. However, I would like to turn on this feature using a flag in my url. Something like debug=1.
I'm trying to understand how to work the dom, and all I'm trying to do is insert a link right before another link in the html based on it's href value. This isn't a real world example - I'm just trying to do this in phases to understand what's going on. I'm getting an error (Object doesn't support this property or method) in IE and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Code:
I am new to query. So far I have found this a huge improvement on coding all this stuff myself. I want to create a button which will add a new div element to the html page. I can do this in php however I want to know if there is a simple way of doing it in query and where I would look to find the documentation and examples of this function.
i'm sorry if this question has already been asked, but I searched for the term 'create element' on the jQuery Google Groups and didn't find the answer. I basically want to create html dynamically and be able to add it to my webpage. Suppose I have the following html:
create element set class set innerHTML display wait for user input and destroy
I'm trying to allow a user to add several data items. I'm using append to add a new row where they can enter data. However, the element count only seems to get to one (the newest added) and does not create an array of elements like i was hoping.
In the above, i can successfully add new rows. But the item "the-data" will always alert that it has a length of 1, no matter how many rows are added. how I can add several of an element with the same name and have it recognized in the DOM?
I am attempting to create an element (to be added later to the document DOM) using createElement.My test case is just:document.createElement("<p>Hello World</p>");My error console shows the following error:
I'm using three elements and jQuery to create a scrollable information element with a sliding animation (similar to this. I'm running into issues when resetting those three elements to prepare for the next prev/next animation, however. The issue is in my logic - jQuery's selectors will reverse themselves using the code I have.
As you can see, the last step will always reverse the first step These elements do need to be reset in one way or another so that the information can be loaded appropriately (from an XML file). and then animated again.