I would like to implement a delete functionality on search results like google has. If a user clicks an X next to one search result the result should disappear and some php code should be executed in the background. All of this without a new pageload.
The hide thing was not the problem, but how do I call a php script without having the site reloaded?[code]...
and when click is called and mailto links opens my email client, it somehow ignores the subject and body parameters of the link. It works properly when i actually click a link element. but it doesn't work when i simulate the click event by code written above. above dispatching event code somehow ignores the link parameters?
I'm using some click events on normal <a> tags. When I rewrite the links within a html() method call, the click events no longer work. I've set up a very simple example here:When the page is loaded, clicking either of the 'link 2' links displays the correct information.When 'link 1' is then clicked, the main information is redisplayed. However, now, the 'link 2' link in the main paragraph doesn't work, although the 'link 2' link in the menu does.
I am using lightbox on my site along with ExpressionEngine. I have some Jquery script in place that I need to make some changes to. I have managed everything myself except one line where the variable is changed depending on which image is clicked.
Here is a sample page and the code is for central the images
The code I ma using is this
What I could like to do is use JQuery .click and .ajaxmethods but the only thing I am unsure of is hot to get the ID of the a href tag containing the unique item ID that relates to the db record. Can I use this.id?
Anyway, I'm building a mobile app using phonegap. One page grabs data for a table from ajax, and each table element has a delete button in one of the cells. In short: the clicks aren't working. I put the alert in to test, and no dice. I'm not asking for help on the internals, I'm just stumped on why the function isn't being activated,
I need to have three text boxes, user will enter a number in each box.Then i have four buttons, add, subtract, divide and multiply.When i click on each button, the numbers in the first two text boxes should match the answer in the third text box.ex. (first box has a 4, second box has a 4, and the third box has an 8. if i click the add button, i should get a "correct" answer in the div below with a green background and if i hit the multiply button the div should say "wrong" with a red background.
Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>[code].....
I used this on-click changeable background code for my website code...
And now I have the same question as the original poster: is there any way to get it so that the chosen background stays put even if the page is refreshed or navigated away from? Or is it not possible because all my pages are separate files? code...
I'm wondering how I can have the same function thats used on this site, has any one here every noticed that if you view the topic list on this site, and double click on a topic that you made, it brings up an edit option for the subject? just wondering how this is done? Code:
I have built a webpage that is all one template and the use of an iframe to change the content and not reload the page graphics every time. The way the page is laid out is a background image in the farthest back table behind another table of a background image that is transparent and over lays the bottom table image.
I want the menu buttons; with the existing rollover image for them alone, to change the bottom layer background image "on click". The only code sources i have found will swap images in the same table area and not to any image existing in the entire document.
I'm writing a firefox addon to readout the facebook-privacysettings of an user.
There are a lot of "Edit settings" which open a dialog like this:
The HTML code looks like this:
My solution idea was to fake the ajax call like this:
So I just figured: why the comlicated way with ajax, can't I somehow fake the real manual click? If someone knows a way with ajax or faking the click?
I'm super new to any kind of java script. What I want is a menu that, when clicked, changes the background color of a table cell to blue. When a different option is clicked, the current highlighted table should turn back to gray and the new selection should be blue. Well, I have all of that working. What I need now is just to have the first option start out highlighted and to become unhighlighted when another option is clicked.