Font Size Increase / Decrease Based On Window Resize?
Jun 15, 2010
I am using the following code to allow the user to increase / decreasethe font size of the document. I have tested it in many browsers andin all of the following it comes back with a starting font size of16px.Firefox 3.0.8Google Chrome 1.0.1Safari Win 4 Public BetaIn IE 6/7 the font size is always coming back 1243px. Why is theresuch a difference and is there anyway to get around this besides hardcoding the starting size?
I'm using this increase/decrease font size script:
It works well, but only if the text is wrapped in <p> tags. Can it be changed to just work without the paragraph or any other element - other than the element with the ID used in the script and containing the text?
How can I change my text or font size when the user changes the browser size. Example: When the browser is maximized, the font goes to normal, when the browser window decreased, the font size is reduce.
where da boss wants our a large piece of our site to be fully dynamic and integrated on any screen size. This means changing font on size. Well I cam up with a solution, figured if no one has one better, then i'll share
Here is my code it currently incresaes the font size and decreases it with use of 2 buttons on my page, but i want it to only increase in series of 2px at a time with a total of 4 clicks then it must revert to the original size.
I'm reading jQuery in Action for my learning and thought I could start with a simple exercise for my page: I have several divs of the class ".important_new" with headings in there which are links to the articles:
<div class="important_new"> <h1><a href="#">New York Knicks sign Patrick Ewing Jr.</a></h1> <img class="important_new_flag" src="images/body/flags/USA.png" /> <span class="important_new_country">USA</span>
This results in displaying all the headings in an 8px font size except two of them (which don't have more than 40 characters either). The 40+ character headings also get reduced.
I've gone through it lots of times and changed a ton of things, but can get more than that. Can anyone see what my failing/s are?
I allow my users to upload files to be imported into our database. These are usually csv or tab delimited files.I have a few customers that can't grasp the fact that the columns for the import need to be in a particular order, so for those customers, I have to manually import their files.I'd like to build a configuration screen for them to tell me what format their file is in so I can save the configuration and then import their files based on that configuration. That way, I won't have to manually import their files.I'd like something that would allow them to move columns in a table or grid to match their specific configuration.
My import process requires this configuration:Part Number,Alt P/N# or NSN P/N#,Condition Code,Quantity,Description.But several customers have files that are in this format:Part Number, Description, Quantity, NSN, Condition, Alt-Number, Manuf .I discard any unused columns, such as Manuf. (for this customer, we don't use NSN, we use Alt-Number for the Alt P/N# or NSN P/N#)I want to present them with a grid showing only the headers. Then each column should have a right and/or left arrow on them. When the arrow is clicked, that would increase/decrease the index of the column in the grid and it would move positions in the grid.Then I will take the column indexes and save them in a configuration for the customer's format to be remembered.
A dynamically created html page contains a body tag with a single (filled) table in it. Sie size of the table changes in a wide scale (from 5% to 150% of the screen size independent in height and width. The page is displayed in a popup window opened either via an onclick-event or a href anchor (depends on the navigation). Now the obvious problem is this: When choosing a fixed window size things look silly most of the time. Either you have a nearly empty window or you have to scroll all the time...
So I want to resize the window. Resize it to what size? The size that is required by the pages content when redered in the browser. That's all :-)
-- hmmm -- I tried around quite a lot with scrollHeigths, offsetWidth and so on, but there does not seem to be any more or less reliable solution., Especially not when trying to make stuff usable for different browsers. Does anyone have a hint what else I can try, where I could look?
I am looking for placing small up and down arrows next to my textbox. They would work with by increasing/decreasing number of products. The text box would be active so a client could put the number of a product himself/herself or simply by clicking the up/down arrows next to the text box.
I am not sure how to look for it, I mean I thought something like that should exist by default, I search w3c and I can find only combo box etc.
All my font-sizes are set as relative sizes in CSS (large, medium, small, x-small, etc). Let's say something is set in CSS to be xx-large, but a visually impaired user wants it displayed even bigger. Can a script determine an element's absolute size, *as it is being rendered by the browser*, and then increment the element's font-size in absolute terms?
Currently they are all just set at 50% width, I'd like the width to automatically adjust the width based on the input box value, without the user having to submit anything! If anything in jQuery exists like this to, to get a nice smooth scrolling that'd be lovely but not essential.
How can I change font size according to window size?font-size=xx% is not working as I expect.Plz give me code for that.My wish is to chage font size according to window size, so that I can always get same type of screen.Currently when i reduce my window , my text also changes its position,looks quite messy.