I have my own library for web-design building - active forms, lists. I am going to build tabbing component. The complexity in this process is that all web forms uniformed and are built as TABLEs, where each field is TR. Tabs have to show/hide some of table rows.
I don't know how TR's properties must be changed in order to hide them all. I tried make HTML code like <TR>...</TR> .... <DIV id=tab1> <TR>...</TR> .... </DIV> <TR>...</TR> ....
And tried to change visibility of a DIV, but this doesn't work. How can I change visibility of set of TRs?
I am trying to hide tables when a page initially loads and only display them when a button is pressed. When the page loads the tables show and I need then to be hidden. What am I doing wrong? I am new to this.
Here is the code that I have so far.
I have a table with 1 row and 5 columns. I want to hide each column based on specific variables in the web page. Is there a way to do that. I tried a <div> tag and the below code, but it says you cannot put a <div> tag in a table etc.
I'm working on a script that inserts things into tables. It's complicated and involves xmlhttp and lots of stuff, but I've narrowed the problem down to something simple. The following code does not work in IE. It doesn't generate an error, but simply displays nothing. Here is the code:
I have a table that holds a form. At the bottom of the table it has a link that says ... "Add another entry" When clicked it should add another table below that one for the user to fill out. This is designed for a Resume Builder where the user will be able to input multiple jobs. I have the script "kinda" working but the only problem is that I have to try and cram the entire table code into ONE line. If it expands multiple lines it doesn't work. I was wondering if anyone could help me out on that one... Code:
I've created an XML-RPC server, and would like to somehow bind the XML server responses to a table for users to view. Here's the catch, that data changes frequently (every few seconds), so I'm using setInterval to periodically get updated XML content from the server.
Currently, the setInterval function requests the entire dataset, then rewrites the entire table. I'm concerned that it's a waste of bandwidth, and disrupts the user scrolling through the data whenever it rewrites. Ideally, I'll have the XML-RPC server generate only data changed since the last request, then somehow update the table with the changes.
Here's the situation: I have a simple php file which retrieves data from a mysql database and displays it in a table. However, the number of records has gotten so large that retrieving all the data takes a lot of memory and the browser freezes.
I been googling for a solution and some1 mentioned something called live scrolling where the data is retrieved only when you scroll up or down. Since am just an amateur and not familiar with XML, XSL, etc; can any1 recommend some link where i could find some JS script with such a feature? one that's easy to get started with if possible...
i am new to Html and i am helping run a website for virtual golf. we were thinking of adding a Statistics page but would need the table used to be sortable so by hitting the header the column sorts the figures in order, the tablw would only be 50 rows and 8 columns. i have looked at the website [URL]../docs/but cant seem to sort out where to place things. a step by step guide would very much be appriciated.
Ia have two different tables that are generated from an application.In the first one there are only <th> and the second one only <td>.I want the size of the first, second etc <td> to be equal to the corresponding <th>.I have managed to do that by putting ids in all of them and then make a function like:
how I would dynamically add another table once text fields in the existing table is clicked on.So pretty much what I have is a table with 5 textboxes lined up horizontally in the first row along with couple of buttons in the second row.What I want is that once one text box is clicked, another table like the one above is created and appears below that initial table. So this is the inital table that should be replicated on each click:
I have some code which creates an extremely long table row, and I've been able to clean it up to a point where my performance is fairly decent. What I am trying to figure out is if its better in terms of speed to use divs as opposed to the really long table row. I didn't really find much on this topic online, so thought I'd ask out here.
Right now I am stumped and can not figure out exactly how to do what I want. Or even where to start. What I would like to do is build out a webpage where people can come, enter in values in different tables and then hit "Calculate" and get the results back on the same page.A break down would be:
Collection 1 (has the following: ) Table A Table B Table C -----
i have images of business cards and i want to create a table to populate for each card. i created an array for the business cards to switch out of a table when i click on a radio button. can i just create a function table() then write ocument.getElementById("cardTable').style.?("<table border = '1' />") and so on to make a table.
I would like to modify a table. Painstakingly, I found that the table object is read-only with IE. As a workaround, I thought I'd create a new tbody object, and replace the old one with the new one. To populate the new tbody, I was going to use innerHTML.
Not really sure why this isn't working. I've mirrored this webpage from a friend's page - everything is literally identical, save for the references to the databases. His works, and mine doesn't. Here's an example of one of the tables I'm trying to sort:
I am on a team designing the front end of an Intranet application. The backend guys will be using JSP and AJAX-like functionality to make server requests that must dynamically change elements on a page.
What is the best way to create and populate tables, which will exist in floating DIVs (with drag and drop capability)? It only has to work with IE6.
I know of two ways:
1. Dynamically making the tables using "createElement('<table>')", "insertRow()", etc.
2. Using innerHTML in the holding DIV, to generate table code inside.
3. Is there another way?
What are the pros and cons of #1 and #2? In terms of speed (some of these tables are huge)? #2 seems easier to wrap my head around, but maybe less efficient?
I am trying to use the plugin tablesorter that has a pager, for one table in a page it works fine, but when I put two tables, the pager links [next, previous,....] for the first table is moved under the
I have a html page with nested tables (horrible I know, but none the less what has to be done). Example: <table class='parent_table'> <caption>Title</caption> <tr><td> <table class='child_table'><tr> <td>Build</td><td>32bit</td><td>64bit</td><td>Date</td> </tr></table></td></tr>
I am using this jQuery: $('.parent_table').find('tr:odd').addClass('alt'); However, the alt class is not being added to the parent tr tags...When I just do this: $('.parent_table').find('tr').addClass('alt'); It successfully adds the alt class to all the parent_table tr tags...Why would that work, but the odd selector does not?