There is a page which includes an iframe. I know how to disable right click in that page, but users can use right click in the iframe. Is it possible to disable right click in the iframe as well, without editing the page displayed in the iframe?
Should I disable the right click option or not? I have a gallery site, I don't want people to be able to copy the images with the default right click over an image. From a professional looking site point of view I suppose I would be messing with the functionality a bit too much, OR is it OK in this instance to disable the click. I know how to write the code to disable the click, but what I was thinking was maybe it would be better to leave the right click but change the menu options? I'm not sure how to change the menu options ere is a link to the site. [URL]
I have this problem.i want the user of my page to only click the link with the right mouse button and open a word document using the open in new window option.if he clicks on the left button i should prompt an alert message till he clicks the right mouse button ..i just want to write only a FEW lines of code.the code needs to written inside the <a href></a> tags.
I have found lots of example of right click menu's about but i was wondering if it was possible to have it display one of the right click menus on left clicking a <a href link possibly more than 1 in the same page. I have tried just simple voiding the values with the onclick and lots of other ways with no success.
I have a page, in which I have an iFrame. I do not want to scroll the page to see the iFrame properly. My point is to scroll the iFrame in that page so it would change it's position (page inside iFrame).
What won't work: putting a window scrollTo into a iFrame page code (simply because this page is not mine, so i.e.: I have my own page and in iFrame I have stackoverflow.com, and I want it to scroll 100px to the right and 500px to the bottom). I just can't stand spending any more time on figuring it out... Is it even possible? As I read it is. No simple answer: how. Just to state one thing: I do have scrollbar x and y, but I want the iframe to scroll to the exact position to show something on that page inside an iframe. I have no access to the page that is in iframe!
I'm trying to make a script that searches the code within an iframe, then drills down to find the first instance of an image within a specific span. But there's an error in IE, and nothing in firefox. I'm not even getting the error alert, so I'm stumped.
And, inside the iframe, here's the section of code it should be finding an image in... Code: <div id="contentWrapper"><div id="content"> <div class="list-journal-entry-wrapper"> <div class="journal-entry-wrapper post-text authored-by-frontdoorsnews "> <div id="item12614316" class="journal-entry"> <div class="journal-entry-float-day"> <span class="name">Wednesday</span> .....
What's happening is that the click event isn't being recognized in Firefox. Is there a new catch for it?
The latest attempt:
in my web application i've disabled all F keys with common script like this below, i use F keys for open some different popups, but only F12 key have problem, if i press F12 first time it run well and open my popup, but if i close it and i immediatly press F12 again it doesn't open my popup but it open developer tool window.It run well only if before i click with mouse onto the page, but i do not have to use the mouse.
i guess this isn't really jQuery specific rather than it is a global JS-thing, but I tried general solutions for this and they all did not work so I figured this might be because I'm trying to do this with the $ function.
What I wanna do is this: I have a document with an iFrame. From inside that iFrame I wanna call the $-function of the original (parent) document. I tried so many things like
parent.$ top.$ window.parent / top.$ the stuff above with .document.$
and other stuff but none of that works. So, how do you call $ of the real document from inside an iFrame?