I was playing around with some onmouseover/onmouseout and setting innerHTML to various strings depending on what has been mousedover/out. The DIV for the innerHTML was above the items being onmouseovered/out and because the strings sent were of different lengths, sometimes a one or two line wrap would happen and everything below it would be resized accordingly creating a horrible effect. For reference, what is a good way to approach building pages which are immune to this effect?
For the two attributes the function accepts, input is a node from that document tree that is a checkbox, and message is a string.
If the checkbox is not checked the function inserts a <p> element immediately before the input. That part works fine in both. However, the 'prev.innerHTML == message' and 'prev.innerHTML != message' don't work properly in IE. I think it is because of the <a> tags in 'message'. However, when I try to use the String() function there are problems because the 'prev' object is not always set, (like, if a paragraph isn't written right before the checkbox).
Ive got a small image of a power button and when pressed the inner section on the button changes to yellow, but when its pressed down Im also trying to get part of my H1 (main header logo title) to change to yellow.
Ive created a span with an id surrounding the letters of the H1 that I want to change, the id being : "power";
<img id="poweron" src="http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/images/power.png" alt="Power on button" onmousedown="this.src='images/poweron.png';" onmouseup="this.src='images/power.png';"/>
I understand Im not really supposed to be using inline JS, and I know Ive got to create a function for the onmousedown event to trigger changing the H1 text, so am I under the right impression that the JS so far written is redundant and will have to be re-written so thats contained within a script placed just before the closing </body> and an external script for invoking the main function ?
I am trying to create a button that when pressed changes not only the value of the button but the onclick event. I basically need the function to toggle between these two functions but I can't get it to work. The button changes value but will not update with the new onclick value.
I created a page that has an iframe on it. Within this iframe I call an asp page. The asp page is supposed to do some work and then update the innerHTML of a <div> object on the parent page to indicate that processing of the page in the iframe is complete. The code works in IE but not FireFox. I am wondering what is the best way to make the script work for both browsers?
I'm populating a table from my database using .Net and within this application, I am then comparing the value the user has entered to the first column of every table row in the pre-populated table.For some reason, when I loop through each row in the table and return the value in the first column...the value always stays the same when in fact i know its different by just looking at it on the screen and in the html source.I throw up an alert message for each time it loops, and it its looping the correct amount of times, just not returning a the correct value.
I have this partially achieved when clicked, any number will indeed "turn into" an h1'd representation of itself but I can't get the other links in the group to disappear when the h1'd number appears (onclick).
I have a photo gallery which lists out a bunch of photos. You can click on one which will open the photo in another window for you to view. In this window then, you are able to go to the next image, to the previous one, etc.
Now, I have some images which are portrait style, some are landscape. I want to have the window that the images show in to be adjusted on the fly depending on the orientation of the photo. I.e., if the photo is landscape, I want to display it in a window which is 800x600 in size; if it's portrait, I want to display it in a window which is 600x800.
All the thumbnails have the following code for their href: Code:
I;m trying to implement increase/decrease font size buttons on a site, but nothing is happening. I've set breakpoints and tried changing $('html') to $('body') and although the code runs, no attributes are set. The code I'm using is:
Even if I remove the cookie, the code runs but nothing happens. Am I missing something obvious?
I am implementing a zoom in feature, but actually tricking the user as a full screen image is simply being stretched.
I plan to apply it to several pages, and don't really fancy working out the pixels for each.
I believe that if you simply put width: 150% height 150% it will change the image size relative to the browser. I don't want that, I want it relative to the original image size. Could I do sort of height*1.5 or something? How would I write that if so?
I'd like to move a gif gradually, starting at onload, from one location to another on the screen, while gradually making it larger. The moving part seems easy enough to do, using img.style. left=parseInt (img. style. left=1='px'; in a recursive function.But I understand that img.style.width (and img.width) and img.style.height are read-only properties, so I guess I can't use them to change the image's size (?). Is there a way to change the gif's size starting at onload?
I've got a website with font sizes using 'em's. I've made it so that in my 'body' CSS styling, I can change the font size and it changes it right throughout the whole site.
I have hyperlinks to increase and decrease the font size but have no idea how to get the links to change the 'font-size' property in my 'body' definition. As a secondary requirement (but not essential) I also need to remember this value and store in a cookie so the user doesn't need to keep resizing the page on every reload.
I'm trying to size an image to fit the browser window. It will be the only thing in the frame, so it doesn't matter if it's the background or not. I've found quite a few ways to have the image automatically resize itself where it either gets cropped off or changes ratio to stretch, but I've not found anything where it'll keep the full image and ratio and just have bars top and bottom or sides.
I'm reading jQuery in Action for my learning and thought I could start with a simple exercise for my page: I have several divs of the class ".important_new" with headings in there which are links to the articles:
<div class="important_new"> <h1><a href="#">New York Knicks sign Patrick Ewing Jr.</a></h1> <img class="important_new_flag" src="images/body/flags/USA.png" /> <span class="important_new_country">USA</span>
This results in displaying all the headings in an 8px font size except two of them (which don't have more than 40 characters either). The 40+ character headings also get reduced.
I've gone through it lots of times and changed a ton of things, but can get more than that. Can anyone see what my failing/s are?
All my font-sizes are set as relative sizes in CSS (large, medium, small, x-small, etc). Let's say something is set in CSS to be xx-large, but a visually impaired user wants it displayed even bigger. Can a script determine an element's absolute size, *as it is being rendered by the browser*, and then increment the element's font-size in absolute terms?
I'm attempting to make a web page that adapts to the size of your browser size when it maximized. Because I'm only 15 I'm not such a great programmer or coder. I've done my best with the resources I have though (Fluent in Lua and a natural ability to pick languages syntax up quickly)
Here is what I have so far, it doesn't work and it is starting to puzzle me. As it seems correct as I look at it. I'm sorry if this question show my ignorance. I try my best to hide it.
Some of it is Copy pasted from sources on Google. But only for educational purposes, I learn off reading, examining and testing out snippets.
I'm basically trying to get the max size of the window and resize the div accordingly.
where da boss wants our a large piece of our site to be fully dynamic and integrated on any screen size. This means changing font on size. Well I cam up with a solution, figured if no one has one better, then i'll share