With the following code I can change the mouse pointer. However, if you click in Mozilla (with IE it works perfect) on 'Show hourglass' the mouse pointer changes only if you move the mouse at least on pixel.
I'm making a webpage for a little embedded device with a touch screen. I don't want the mouse pointer to be visible until the user clicks on a link in which case the mouse pointer should change to an hour glass until the new page is displayed (the device is rather slow so the user needs to get some feedback while waiting). code...
This properly hides the cursor after the first page is loaded but it doesn't display the hour glass when I click on the link. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
I would like to change cursor to pointer when mouse is over li element and it works until mouse gets over input or label element. I want to have pointer alse when mouse is over label or input in li elment.
I would want to show a div (the information about the song) when the visitor hover on a cover art on a radio website but this div overlap the cover art with an opacity of 0.7
You can see an example here: [url]
The problem is that when the information div appears, the mouse pointer isn't on the cover art div anymore for the navigator so the information div disappears, and so on... resulting in a flash effect.
I found a nice script over at jQuerry for Designers that I'm using in a Drupal site. It seems to work fine, except for that every anchor tag on the page triggers the script! how can i adjust the script to target a specific anchor (currently has an ID of "test") and ignore all other anchor tags? here's the script, its placed in an external .js file:
I'm binding a click event to a div so that I can see whether is was the div or some element inside the div that has been clicked. When the if() in my code evaluates to true $(this) is still equal to $("#content") whereas I'd like to have the clicked anchor as matched element. How would I do this?
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 need to get the page to reload with the anchor in the link when it is clicked in a dropdown menu. For example if I am on 'www.domain.com/about/#2' and I then click on 'www.domain.com/about/#3' the url changes but the page doesn't reload so I need the page to reload, but keep the new anchor (#3).I gave the links with anchors a class of 'reload' and tried this:
I have a script that scans an HTML document for headers and special comment tags for the purpose of generating a left-floating/position-fixed DIV that contains the document's outline or "table of contents." Within the DIV are lists (UL element by default) whose items (LI elements) are jump-to links (A elements) to the points (headers, special points marked for inclusion in table of contents) in the document. The problem is this. I have typical HTML document with links that jump to points (usually headers) inside the document, as shown below:
<body> <p>This is addressed <a href="#later-text">later</a> in this document <h1><a id="later-text"></a>Header Text</h1> <p>... </body>
But my script, being a document outliner that finds headers in a document, inserts another anchor as a jump-to point just before the first occurrence of text in the header (inserted A element shown in red below). This somehow disables the document-coded jump anchor (shown in blue below). And it occurs in FF and IE, which suggests it is not a browser-specific issue. Why does it occur? Is there something in the HTML spec that states that two anchors to which a jump occurs are not allowed to be adjacent elements in the document?
<body> <p>This is addressed <a href="#later-text">later</a> in this document <h1><a id="later-text"></a><a id="jump-1"></a>Header Text</h1>
To reproduce what I am seeing, search for the text "Why Is A Survey Done". The first occurrence is a within-document jump-to link, which should jump to a header below it. If the script execution to generate a document outline is disabled, the jump works. But if the script is executed and the document outline generated, the jump-to link does not work.
Having a little bit of trouble with a site I'm currently working on I'm using some AJAX for the instant g-mail/facebook style navigation, you know the kind, with no refreshes, etc. Problem is, to allow for back/forward and bookmarks, I currently use a URL that looks like:[URL].. This is fine, not a problem... The issue comes into play when I want to open up the news.html page, from my home.html page, and have it open to news item #6 (for example).
I can't add a #, because one is already being used to reference the anchor for the content div. Has anyone run into a similar problem before? If so, how did you resolve it? Can some jQuery be used to find the location of the news item div in question, on load, and scroll to it like that?
However my problem occurs when the user uses the browsers back arrow to return to the previous page, the script executes again returning them once more to the page they have come from. Is anyone aware of a work around to this problem as it would seem there isn't one? perhaps even a better solution for opening the target page from the iframe as top location. This is really causing confusion for users, and I really need to get the issue fixed.
obviously "galVariable" would be undefined... as i'm trying to get "_gallery2.images" but trying to use "galVariable" to point to "_gallery2"
I have this code which shows a slidebar, adjusting it shows a number, 0-100 depending on where the bar is. Is there anything I can do to set the width of the slider, or replace the slider with a graphic of my choice. Code: