I managed to resize & replace images But now its all mixed up & I also need to resize the row height. I tried to use the code I used to replace images.I must change all same class div values to followingthis means there are many rows with class='itdc')how to replace images.I found some codes that were using childNodes or something but all examples I found had no freakin comment so it seemed like a jibberish.
Im using the cycle plugin trying to make a banner slide tha is 100% the width of the window, my problem is that when i resize de window the banner does not align center, it stays somo what left align. So is there a way to keep the slides align center after you resize the window usingthe cycle plugin? or is there another plugin that i can do that? I attached a image to ilustrate, the white banner with the cat should align center when i resize the windows but it stays left align.
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I'm wondering if there's a more elegant way to do this in jQuery. I've played around with it a bit, but i'm unsure how to get the control object to the resize function triggered by window resize without a global variable.
I'm trying to scale the text with the size of the window (I've also got all the layout sizes in ems, so this should keep the aspect ratio of everything the same as the window is resized). The code that I've got at the moment doesn't do anything -
I have the following code in a .net page: <IMG alt="photo" src="Imagesa.gif" height="70" width="70">
When the page opens, the window is not maximized. So when I maximize the window, the image disappears. If I restore down, the image is still gone. All the darn coding on this page and I'm getting stuck on HTML!
I have a site with a lot of videos, from different sources, in different sizes, only thing they have in common is <div id="player">. Due do different sources, each video player is different. Some have embed code, some have object, some have iframe, some have both/all. Is it possible to create a script that will: Change the height and width of object, embed, iframe within the div. Is there another way to resolve this issue without changing all video code manually.
I have been looking at the free webbased text editors around and noticed that they allow you to resize a DIV tag with the mouse, does anyone have any ideas how they achieved this because all my attempts just fail.
I need to adjust my IFrame Height based on srource page height (src) given for that IFrame. I am getting it for the pages calling in the same domain like src='test.html', but I am not getting it when calling pages from other domains like src='http://someurl.com'.
When the user resizes the browser (either by clicking on the lower right or clicking the button at the upper left to maximize screen dimensions or not), how do I catch that event and then automatically issue a browser refresh? Ideally, this solution should work for both IE and Firefox.
I have a html window that is opened from another link with the toolbars etc off.
this code doesnt seem to work correctly with IE and XP. it works correctly under netscape, mozilla in XP, and under WIN2k, it works with IE, netscape mozilla. it does it on other peoples pcs, so i know its just not me
If i press F5 to refresh the browser, it will then correct itself and size to full screen.
in between script tags that creates the menu right when the user gets to the page. My problem is, since the menu is created when the window loads, it's static. So when I resize my window, the menu won't resize. In my .js files I have the positions of the menu based on screen.width/# so they aren't set values. I think my problem is with using the .onload. It loads the menu once at the beginning but doesn't know to redo it when the window resizes.
I need an event that checks if the size of a DIV has changed. The "resize" event works in IE but not in FF. Or, more precisely, The "resize" event works in FF but NOT for resizing DIVs. Is there an event that works like the "resize" event but also can be used in with DIVs in FF?