"Tester" is the id of a div with it's visibility set to visible. No matter what, though, I always get "Else" returning. Do I have a syntax error with the above, or is what I'm trying to do not possible at all??
I have a simple example below showing how when I pass in the value of the value attribute of option node, and then use if operator to check whether parameter is a string or not, even though it's a string, it converts it to false boolean and triggers the else statement rather than calling a function.callback should be a string so why is it saying otherwise?
my webstie allows users to change the color of the background, so to keep the text readable I have it changing as well.the color picker I am using has text boxes with rgb values 0-255 for each.I am trying to get one bit of text to alternate between red and blue with the conditions
I seem to remember being able to do this, but I can't seem to find out how I did it before...
Basically, I have styles defined by class in a stylesheet, and I need to read the "width" style. obj.currentStyle.width works just fine in IE, but Firefox doesn't recognize it.
document.defaultView.getComputedStyle(obj,null).ge tPropertyValue('width') gives me the actual width (just as obj.offsetWidth does), not the width style assigned by the stylesheet.
Because the elements are cells in a table row, the rendering of the table is causing the actual width to vary from the assigned width style. So, how can I get the assigned width style in Firefox (and other browsers)?
I displaying mysql data in a webpage using div's and tables. Each row of data has 4 div's, and a certain style. The 4 div's will be repeated for each row of the query result. I want to repeat the style for each set of div's as they are created. I imagine this would/could be achieved using and array of style id's such as: ID1a, ID1b, ID1c, ID1d ID2a, ID2b, ID2c, ID2d etc, etc.... How can I create/repeat these style ID's as I create/repeat the div's?
I'm currently moddifying a simple menu tree script, into a way of showing more info, when clicking a headline. It is beginning to work allmost a i want i to, but when i use my own stylesheet, the area of the menutree is shown as a table.
<%@ Language=VBScript EnableSessionState=False %> <%Option Explicit%> <% Response.Buffer = True Response.Expires = 0 'Prevents caching of the content %> <% Dim strScripts Dim ipsp, iFNum Dim fso, file Dim strReferer Dim bRM = False
Dim Scripts(13) Scripts(0) = "Script1.js" ... Scripts(13) = "Script13.js"
strReferer=Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_REFERER") 'compare referer to the address of the page that uses the 'scripts and continue only if matches. This will allow access 'only by your file
strScripts=Request.QueryString("Scripts") set fso = Server.Createobject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
While Len(strScripts) > 0 ipsp = InStr(1,strScripts,",") If ipsp = 0 Then iFNum=CInt(strScripts) strScripts="" Else iFNum=CInt(Left(strScripts,ipsp-1)) strScripts = Right(strScripts, Len(strScripts) - ipsp) End If set file = fso.opentextfile(Server.MapPath(Scripts(iFNum)), 1) Response.Write(file.ReadAll) file.close set file = nothing
set fso = nothing
Hope this will extinguish some of the code protection debates. If you see holes in the suggested approach let me know. It still does not protect from net traffic sniffers ....
i'd like to have it so that when stream, playlist, etc... are clicked, the button currently using the #activebutton style changes into #navbutton, and the button clicked changes from #navbutton to #activebutton.
Also, clicking the button will change the z-index of a box containing each particular categories content so that it pops to the front, although i have not tried implementing that part yet. (<-- is there a better way to do that? just wondering).
I have a div tag, I want to print the content of it. I have done it using Java Script, but I am not getting the styles applied to different texts or textboxes into printout. I want to get the print with CSS styles. How to do it using Java Script?
I'm a little stuck on changing the properties of the a couple of items, here's a look[code]...
I simply need the following css selectors: #menu ul#item1, #menu ul li.item and #menu ul li.item a to change their properties from display:none to display:block in the function toggle under the (feat == "show_menu") condition.
I am very new to jQueryUI and had a question about 1 small thing that has been bugging and throwing me off. Let's say for example, we are creating a dialogue box, triggered to open on the click of a <button>. Once applied, the <button> takes classes such as ui-button, etc, which may end up altering what you want that particular button to look like.
Is there any way to stop jQueryUI from applying this set of classes to the button itself? I have tried using removeClass to strip these, but it doesn't seem to have any effect at all. The styles in my default themeroller theme have been good for everything else, except these small things I don't want altered by the jquery classes. I the model form example, I removed button() from the js and it didn't apply any new styles to the button.
I have a web site where I pop a window with an embeded Windows Media Player. The site uses master pages and content pages, and has several style sheets. On the master page for the video content that contains the pop-up, I include this code in the head:
<a href="#" onclick="video ('../BookContents/MediaContent/ProductionKerriganReading.wmv')">Windows Media Player</a>
This works well, but what I want to do is add some kind of background color, or an image, or text to the new window while the video player is embeded.
Since the "pop" code is on the master page, and the link is elsewhere, I can't seem to find the right place to handle the new window in code with out getting errors about having more than one head or title element.