so my site URL...(click portfolio to see the div im referring too) loads fine in firefox and safari on my mac but refuses to scroll in IE so to find out tonight. The scroll bar comes up just fine but the actual scroll bar itself that one uses to drag does not. All that shows is an inactive scroll bar with inactive arrows.
The scenario is, a scrollable DIV on a webpage. Within the DIV is a scrollable textarea. Beside the DIV is a button whose onclick event creates and places another scrollable textarea below the first. Any subsequent onclick events places another scrollable textarea below the previous. I'm fairly sure that CSS will come into play for positioning of additional textarea's. My thinking is to create an array for the first textarea ID, then increase the array by 1 on any subsequent onclick event, then assign contents (values) of textarea(s) to ID's using innerHTML. Is this approach plausable, or is there a simpler method to this madness? Is there a method/function for calculating the height (px)of a textarea with overflow set to auto, regardless of text length within.
Now, the code I have now works perfectly fine, as advertised, but I had a bit of a hack with my mouse coordinates. The program is a simple one that creates an image at the spot where the user clicks.
That's my script, and this is all I have in the html: <body id="target" onclick="stamp(event.pageX, event.pageY);"> The other problem I have is that it doesn't create the zombies at all in Chrome or IE. I believe it has something to do with the "document.getElementById('target').appendChild(i);" because I've had troubles with that before.
When using a select combo box that has multiple selections enabled, my server was not seeing it as an array. It was only seeing it as a single variable value. All I did to correct this was add  and the end of the name attribute. Ex. [code]<select name="categories" id="categories" multiple="multiple" size="4">[/code] Now my LAMP server sees this variable as an array in the $_REQUEST
I'm having a jsp page which is having a table and a div tag.The heading such as a radio button,Name , Age etc. are fixed.Only the data under it is scrolling. So i've set one table for header which are fixed.
Then a div tag inside which there is a table which is used for scrolling the data.When i select a radio i'm submitting the form.The problem is here i'm able to set focus to the radio button, but i'm unable to maintain the scrolling position, when i scrolled downeards. I want the same scrolling position as it was before submitting the form.
Can I create a frame in the same page without referring to other html files? I.e., I have a large dynamically created table in my JSP page. I would like to place it inside the scrollable frame. If I put the whole table into a separate file, I can easily do it by referring to that HTML file from the 'src' attribute. But what if I want to create this frame in the same page without referring to the outside html files?
I tried to place my table content inside the anchor link and then refer to it from the frame like this:
I am currently using the scrollable jquery plugin to scroll some images of thumbnails in a gallery. What I'm trying to do now, is figure out how to load the large version of those thumbnails into a div when they are clicked. Here is a link to the webpage where the source can be viewed. [URL]
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But I need the scrollable to goto the particular item, in this case my project is a dj timetable for times, so if its currently 2pm, goto that item in the scroller on start - of course, there's PHP involved, so that'll be used, I've already got the item classed as .active, all I need is the scroller to go to that item automatically.
I'm trying to use the scrollTo plug in, maybe in the stupidest way, but I feel I am almost there!in my case every scrollable element has his own next-prev buttons, the script is able to extract a variable on the button click, id like to make him use it to calculate the position of the next-prev target. You can take a look to a live example at [URL].
My friend and i are searching for a solution to have a scrollable area together with a scrollbar were BOTH heights can be set. This will prevent the scrollable content to come close to the edges of the table. We want the content to dissapear sooner.
We've tried everything possible in HTML and CSS but without any luck. I think this can be fixed with JS or with Flash. Flash is not an option and we neither have a lot of skills in JS. Code:
I've been searching for a tutorial or example of an accordion or collapsible divwhere the height of the div/section is fixed and the content of the div is scrollable. Can someone please point me to a tutorial or code snippets that illustrate this
I'm trying to create a table that has a fixed header but the table contents can be scrolled and also sorted by column headings.I'm already using sortable.js (http://www.surfmind.com/musings/2003/12/01/) library to sort the columns.I can find examples where I can scroll the table with fixed headers, but most of these use a dual table approach, with sortable.js, I think only one table is required. I've found examples how to scroll within a table element using autoflow and scrolling using CSS that I can't follow (I'm new to all of this).How can I get the contents to flow with a single table? Forgive me if it's too easy. If you can help me with a solution, you can ridicule me 'til the cows come home...I'm ok with that. Here is the basic table I have layed out.
I have been trying to do some tooltips for a website and desperately wanted to learn something new and do that with jQuery.However, every time a mouse hovers over a tooltip, all hidden divs are shown, not just the one that supposed to. Here's my html:
Has anyone tried to bind the scroll event to a scrollable tbody in IE8 and it worked? If so, please let me know how you did that, because while it works in FF 3.6, it does not work in IE8 (unless I'm doing something wrong.) I've searched quite a bit for this and couldn't find anyone that had a question on this.Example: I have a table with a scrollable tbody, and what I want to do is bind a scroll event to the tbody to find when the user had scrolled to the bottom of the scrollable tbody where I'll fetch additional TR rows.
if it's possible to nest tabs inside a scrollable from jQuery Tools. Basically, replacing the page content with a set of tabs. I've tried a few times, and with the jQuery native tabs, there must either be some JS or CSS conflicts that prevent things from working properly.
I am using a jQuery tab plugin that shows a different content div on click of each tab. It also has a fade in [URL]
In addition, I am using the scroller scripts from Blueshoes (I also tried another, similar scroller script, but run into the same problem: [URL].
What I want to achieve: Have a simple tab function with up to 6 tabs. Each tab content will have a scrollable div with a custom scrollbar that also scrolls on mouseover.
The problem: The tab and scrollbar on initial page load work fine. Once I click on the second or third tab, the tab content loads fine, but the scroller function does not load. I have to click on the tab number again for the scrollbar to appear (I added an onClick event that loads the scrollbar, but this only seems to be activated on the second click, not the first click)
I thought I could just reload the page again with an onClick event on the tabs, but this only reloads the page with the first tab active, and the tab content fade in effect doesn't quite show anymore. In addition, I do not know how to change the script so the tab that was been clicked on (e.g. tab2 or tab3) is active on page reload.
take a look at site, where you can see everything it all in action: [URL]
I'd prefer a solution that loads the scroller script immediately onClick of each tab without reloading the page.
Here is my code, as simplified as possible, with comments in italics:
A little difficult to explain, but here goes:I've combined a couple different jquery scrollable functions to a webpage that I'm creating. URL...for my horizontal scrolling.The problem with the vertical scrolling function is that it relies on the mousewheel and mouse clicks for scrolling and I don't feel it's immediately apparent that the text scrolls. But I really like the effect, so I've added arrows and tried to get the functionality from the vertical scrolling example, but it's not working, except for the down arrow in the content in the very last tab. When you click on an arrow, it currently takes you to the previous or next horizontal section.
I had one working but it was kinda janky because it was causing me to have two divs with the same ID on one page. No good.
Since I updated to wp2.8.3 prior to launch, it's not working. So I've decided to just try and do it right.
Here's a page: [URL]
So, what I want to happen: On page load, the first tab: "general" and it's corresponding div beneath should be showing. And the first image should be showing. The other content divs and images should be hidden. I've given the text content divs a dashed border to show their borders. When a visitor clicks "dine at home" the general div and image hide, the second content div shows, as does the second image (it's currently the identical image, but the client may change later.) Etc.
I'll be using this function on a few other pages as well.
i have a div of height 500px and width 800px. i have set it as auto on over flow and usually i have 500 records displayed so it scrolls. lets say i trigger an even on row number 478 inside that scrollable div and that event causes a page reload, can i go back to that same position in side that div? how?