I am trying to insert and remove form element dynamically. What I was doing was some sort of recipe program where a user can prefer to add for elements as he/she is done inputting a recipe. He/She can also remove the ingredient if he/she opts to. Here is the link: [URL]
I already solved the problem but I am not sure if what I did is an efficient one. The thing I did was clone the first child of the form. But I realized that if I would put text inside the first child of the for, the duplicate field will also contain the same text as the first child which I don't want to happen. This is why, I set the display of the first child of the form as none. I am not sure if this would cause some problem when I would submit the whole form so that the inputs will be saved in the database since the first child is empty. I was thinking that as the form will be submitted, I would just remove the first child.
When the user select an option in a dropdownlist, new dropdownlist elements are added dynamically using jquery. When a user clicks on a new option i the first dropdown, I want all the dynamically added events to be removed so that I can render new ones. But it seems the dynamically added events haven't been added to the DOM, so they cannot be removed. Is it possible to remove them? In that case, how? I've read a lot about .Live(), but my problem is not regarding an event - I just need to reach an element(?).
So I have a table with rows and basically I cloned it and then appended it underneath another table. The user can click on the plus button to clone the table (which on the UI looks just like a row of fields) over and over. Next to the plus button I have a minus button that I want to use to remove the cloned table. Here's my code for the add table button:
Basically what I need to do is write functionality for the remove button that when clicked removes the bottom most table. Is there functionality in jquery where you can say "find last occurrence of 'addrow' and remove it onclick"? [code]...
We've been using ajaxSubmit to process a login form request (can be found here: [URL] Login Link in navigation). However when we attempted to upgrade from 1.3.2 to 1.4.4, we get the following error whenever we submit the form:
"jQuery(this).ajaxSubmit is not a function"
The only way we've been able to get the form to work again is to go back to vs. 1.3.2.
Has something changed in 1.4.4 that would prevent the form from working? Is "ajaxSubmit()" no longer a valid function?
It checks all <li> elements and save value of title and block input fields in array of objects ang generate JSON - code and input it into #code element.But when I delete one of the <li> by clicking the link, it becomes invisible for me, but function ParseMenu save it into array whatever/ What can I delete this <li> element from everywhere?
This is inside a php echo.. so don't mind the " " it's just saying it's " "
according to the code... I check with a if statement if true and remove the elements. the condition is when the checkbox is not checked. I have the same exact code to append the elements inside the div. but instead I used the .is instead of .not the hosting_Service is the input that is a checkbox.
however this code seems to work.. only for hosting_options. yet, it breaks all the code... meaning I have the if statement before this checking if it is checked... then append the elements.
well if I add the code above it dosen't allow when you check the box to append the elements inside a div.Yet if I didn't add this code and then click the checkbox it will append the elements but without refreshing the page.. if I then add this code given to above the hosting_options would only be removed and the hosting_text will still not be removed.
I was both to work properly. I want it where if you click the check box to mark it... it should append elements into the div. If you uncheck it then it should remove those elements that were appended.
When i click once on a button, i create one picture on the fly. And so on. It works ok. Then, using livequery, when i click on one of the all created pictures, i would like to see it removed. But it appears that only the first pic is removed (since all have the same name). What is my mistake ?
I have a button that opens up a dialog box. When "search" in the dialog box is clicked, another dialog box is supposed to open. Everything works great ONE TIME. If I try clicking on the button again, the first dialog box opens, but when I click on "search" again, nothing happens.
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how to remove the last letter inside an element, This is the code I came out with so far, but I cannot get the last letter from the structure of my elements and text - have I done something wrong in my HTML structure??
I have a script that adds div after click add button, and remove when remove button is clicked. But...Script removes last added div. How to make it remove current div?2nd question: how to set a limit for div's that can be made?Here's source code:
hi everybody, didn't find this using the search :( this is my problem: i create a dom element dynamically (<span>) and want to assign a class attribute to it such that it has some css style, this works in ie, but not in firefox :( here's the simple code:
var div = window.document.getElementById("somediv"); var span = window.document.createElement("span"); span.innerHTML = "span"; span.attributes.getNamedItem("class").nodeValue = "span_class"; div.appendChild(span);
so this works well in ie6, but firefox gives this error: Error: span.attributes.getNamedItem("class") has no properties
if i run this code on a statically defined span (in the html file), where a class attribute already is set:
changing the class to "span_class" works both in ie and firefox.
how can i fix my above code such that it works in both browsers? it seems that on newly created dom elements the class attribute isn't even there (to change it), how can i create it, and then change it?