While doing simple interactive mathematical calculator for my son, i came across some issues. in the beginning i was working on Firefox 4.0.1 Fedora 15 didn't get any issue yet when i switched for google-chrome 11.0.696.68 the script didn't work anymore. i trimmed it down to simplest form possible and here i demonstrate:
I have a portfolio page on our company site that functions properly on Mac, but not in Windows. The page is here, but I warn you it will possibly freeze IE if you click it. I include it for reference. code...
In IE, the first thumbnail (of 32) will display and then the page generally locks.
Unfortunately, when I view the page in Firefox, only the first expanding menu is actually a link and works - the rest do not even appear as links and don't work (and the expanded text isn't showing either).
The white my notes section on the bottom left is a div area that is loaded with an Jquery Ajax call just like 2 other areas on the page. This works fine in IE, Safari (PC), Chrome but not in Firefox. It just shows blank white.
I am trying to autofill a box by clicking a link (with return false). The function to autofill works with button tag but not in anchor tag - instead of returning false, the click event transitions to the href. code...
OK so Ive been using jquery for a little bit now and love it. I am a ColdFusion developer. I have a need where I would like to present the user with a list of categories and the user can drag and drop to sort, but then I need to post this new sort order to the database. So I see there are a ton of cool drag & drop plugins for jquery. I understand how they work and I can get it to work as far as spitting out DIVS or spitting out ULs that can be sorted, but then what? So now they are sorted on my screen and not really part of the form. How do I translate that into something I can do a post to the database with? Do I do an AJAX call every time they drop an item and try to extrapolate the sort order on that item after they drop it? Do I populate a hidden form field with the constantly updating sort order list? MAybe a list of ID's? How does everyone else go about this this task? I'm sure there is more than one way and I'm sure this is a common task.
The following is the source code:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <title></title>
I have are created dynamically buttonset toggle radio button with following code. All is working okay but just I have added onclick function which is doing window.location which is working with FireFox but not working with IE and google chrome.
I have a jQuery code to allow users to login using a lightbox [URL] and immediately start downloading files, without being redirected or having the page reloaded. It's perfectly working in Firefox but Internet Explorer keeps showing the login box until I reload the page