While I'm shopping for a little guidance, it would also be really cool if the hash tags were semantic somehow with respect to each slideshow e.g.:
I've attempted to get Cycle to function as a full screen slideshow.I love Cycle for it's simple clean code, and easy implementation and also powerful options.However, when I resize my browser window, even with OnResize events in place, the Cycle plugin usually maintains the images at the size of the onload event.So I ask you, as a meager and humble creative who loves to do front end dev... how can we get Jquery cycle working at full screen and with browser window resize?nd while these both are interesting and very useful, the code is very strict and the galleries are a "swiss army knife" combination of things, easily broken, and a little proprietary
The thing is, some of the table cells have a datepicker, but I only manage to show the datepicker in the first page (because it is the only time when the whole page is loaded and I add the datepicker on document.ready). So, I guess what I'm looking for is something like $("table").ready(function... . I have found an "elementReady" plugin, but what it does is triggering an event when a given element is ready (which is what I want) only when the full DOM is loading (which is not what I want).
I am looking for a plugin that will popup a full size image WITH HYPERLINK when user clicks the thumbnail image link. I found [url] is useful but I can't add the hyperlink to the full size popup image.
I'm somewhat new to jQuery and writing jQuery plugins, but I'm trying to find a way to be able to have seperate instances of a jQuery plugin with different options.So far, the tutorials I've come across can allow multiple instaces, but the options are not independent.This is the framework I've constructed:
Is it possible to add additional data to the forms plugin options before submitting an ajax form, this would be only setting the data option after setting the main submit options previously in an object?
Playing with the wonderful Cycle plugin. Rather than using container ID's and having specific options for each, I want to use the same settings for multiple containers of the same class. In other words, rather than:
I came across a problem with multiselect plugin(we have multiple options with checkboxes in drop down). If there are two absolute divs in different panels, when we open the multiselect, it hides behinds the second div. May be its because of the nature of z-index in IE.
As you can see below in example #1I am attempting to assign a variable value to the 'URL:' key. I am having problems with this Ajax call but I don't know if this is the cause. I even tried using eval() in example #2 below. I am pretty new at this stuff so forgive my ignorance.
Does the 'url::' key REQUIRE a literal string?? Is there no way to set this value at run time?
I'm trying to use the cascade function from the below link. If I try it as it is there, it works, but if I change the jquery reference to the one I'm using (1.7.1) it stops working... is there a diferent way to use that ajax call or am I missing anything?
When user inputs text to "text1" I want to reflect changes in "text2". When value is changed in "text2" I want to change value in "text3". So I handle keyup event in "text1" and then successfully update "text2". But which event need to be handled when value of "text2" is changed?
Important remarks:1. I don't want to update "text3" from "text1".keyup event. My goal is to handle some event when value in "text2" is changed(may be by user or may be by code)2. "text3" needs to be changed immediately after "text2".value changed
I'm initializing a lightbox type plugin after an ajax response. The plugin is usually initialized with .ready, but I've read on this forum that .ready won't work after page load or with dynamic loading. Most posts say to initialize right after the ajax response... I've done this and it works for the first ajax load, but not for the subsequent ajax loads. It should trigger the same code every time ajax is called since it goes through the same function, but it doesn't.
Project Info: This project seems pretty simple... There are links that load content into a DIV via ajax... the content is made up of thumbnails that should launch lightbox...Is there a good way of dynamically initializing plugins after ajax load?
I'm doing some ajax image uploads using the plugin at [url] I have multiple images on the page which I will be replacing with the uploaded image. My problem is this, trying to refer to the clicked image within the onComplete function.
I tried creating a variable that refered to 'this' which I beleive to be the image element but when I make the change to the element it is not refected, making me think that the variable is a copy and not a reference ?
I'm looking for a jQuery AJAX plugin that allows me to do the following. I have three dropdowns ( Make, Model, Year), the values of the second and third dropdowns need to dynamically changed based on the selection of the previous dropdown. Example: Dropdown 1 Dropdown 2 ( would change depending on selection in dropdown 1 ) Dropdown 3 ( would change depending on selection in dropdown 2 ) Is there an existing plugin that works?