I am trying to create a specific menu using jQuery where i want to toggle a clicked menu item. I used toggleClass to accomplish this. All fine and well, but what i want is that once i click a menu item, the previously clicked item should have the active state/class toggled off.. The menu is variable. (I tried and tried and searched all over the internet, but i cannot find it... spent 5 hours trying to combine various selectors and if/else statements, but it did'nt work.)
I need to create a menu on my page, which will have two headings then when you click a heading a submenu tree appears moving like you would see in windows explorer on the left hand side only I need this in my page.
I am trying to find out how to create a drop-down menu in a form that when for example "Option 1" is selected a second drop-down menu appears with further options that are specific to the first option. For example;
I am trying build tripple drop down list using JQUERY .still i can't do it.1st drop down menu(click option )---->load 2nd drop down in to same page----->load 3rd drop down in to same page(1st menu selected value go to jquery function and it is parsed to
I am using the jQuery plugin to create slideshow and also a accordion menu. Slideshow: [URL] The accordion menu is not working if the slideshow is working. I am new to this jQuery world.
In the above script, slideshow is working fine but the accordion is not working. If I comment the lines 5, 16, 17,18 then the accordion is working but slideshow is not working. There is no errors thrown.
I am using JQuery to create sliding line under menu effect. I have written the code but can't figure out couple of things. I have attached my code. I would like to make the sliding effect more smooth but the most important thing that I can't figure out is how to make the scroller div scroll back to its original position on mouse out.
I'm using Mootools 1.2.0 and I'm trying to create a mouseover slide menu. That means that there will be a slideIn effect on menu-item's mouseover event. I have created a menu and I have achieved the sliding effect. The problem is that when I mouseover quickly on menu items, the slide in effect of each item doesn't have enough time to complete. In the end, there are more than one slides opening at once, instead of one. Is there someway to force my script to end all slidein or slideout effects before starting a new one?
I need to create a currency converter using a drop down menu. Firstly i needed to do a regular expressions check to make sure only numerics are entered and I got that. The one thing im pretty confused on is how to do the calculations in the actual function.
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What I'm trying to do is create a document which allows you to select a size of box from a drop down menu, and then select a size of product to go into the box on a second drop down. The products on the second drop down menu will be allocated based on the box size that you've selected to make sure that you can only choose products which will fit in the box you've selected.
In order to do this I've set up a 2D array, which lists each product and which boxes they will fit in using 0 for no and 1 for yes. When you select a box size from the drop down a value appears in a text box next to it (1, 2, 3, or 4) and what I need to do is use the number which appears in this text box to pull data from the array to populate the next drop down list. i.e. If option 2 appears from the first drop down selection then the second drop down should be populated with data from column 2 of array (In this example 1212, 1515, and 2020 would be shown in the second drop down)
Im having trouble with the Java script to pull the values from the html text box in order to manipulate the array. If you look at the function 'top_biochill_addOption_list()' you will see that the second drop is populated here from row [itop2] of the array, which means the second drop down is permenantly populated as if option 3 had been selected from the first drop down. I need to get the value selected from the first drop down as a variable and replace the '3' in the above statement with that variable to get this to work but I have no idea how to go about that.
I seem to be stuck on one part of my code. A quick background, this is a website to showcase various photography services. First, I will layout what I have:
Now, here is what I have in the body section <div id="menu"> <ul id="control"> <li><a href="#" onmouseover="dropit('dropone')" onmouseout="mcls()">Wedding Portfolio</a> <div id="dropone" onmouseover="canclcls()" onmouseout="mcls()"> <a href="jamaicawed.html">Wedding in Jamaica</a> <a href="indianwed.html">Indian Wedding</a> </div> </li> .....
So the only thing I can't figure out how to do is create an onclick event for one of the menu items (boudoir) that confirms that the user is comfortable being exposed to a specific (topless) type of image.