I want to be able to create 2 Divs, one for my navigation button and a second for an image to be placed in. I want to be able to have the 2nd div move position to underneath Div 1 when I hover over the navigation (div 1). I've attached a link to a diagram of what I mean [URL].
we have a piece of code which does some XML manipulation and it broke in IE (at least 7) between jQuery 1.5 and 1.6.At this link is the chunk of code running on 1.5.2:[URL]and at this link is the same exact code on 1.6.1 and erroring in IE: [URL]On the second link, IE is reporting an error down in jQuery for invalid number of arguments to a method. The second alert never shows.
I built an IE-only function that modifies the DOM to create a custom container with rounded corners and some shading at the top. It only gets called when the browser is IE and its version is < 9. It takes the following block:
And turns it into this:
The UI looks identical to FF, which uses the CSS3 attributes to create the rounded box. HOWEVER, in IE8, I can no longer access the embedded <input> element (which does not change). I'm trying to get the value of the <input> tag with the ID of "username" by doing this:
When I disable my DOM manipulation code so that in IE, it remains an ugly, square box, I can get the value of the <input> element with no problem. Once I manipulate the DOM, IE always returns the empty string while FF and Opera work perfectly.
I need to do multi DOM manipulation into a page without reload it (something like: when i click on a thum in another part load a photo with a specific text, if i click on this text load another photo).
I use a js like:
First page loading everything goes good.... but when i fall into MY_CODE1, i can't execute MY_CODE2 anymore.....
I need this iframe for a facebook tab, since they changed the width to 520px. The original page in the iframe is 700px wide, and I've changed a few CSS properties using the frameReady plugin. It's works just fine, but trouble starts, when i'm navigating the target site, the CSS properties I've changed goes back to the original settings.
I manipulate XML with jQuery with no problem in all browseres but not in Internet Explorer. I serched bug-fix and I found "metadata.js" but still not working in my Internet Explorer 7.It's just too nice to manipulate XML with jQuery...As a matter of fact... a simple example of extracting some data:Script page:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C// DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head>
Code works perfectly in all browsers except IE (Internet Explorer - "failing forever". Good job MS )
I got my code for adding my table ( HTML manipulation )But the problem is, that if u click an empty row, it need to change letter from S to Z ( and empty ( space ) So, i actually don't know how i can use those multiple's, so i started scripting from just an space to ... it didn't work.. but i was sure my script works, so i used it on other page .. and it worked ... here is my code
I would like to display a series of smaller foreground images on top of a larger background image and possibly even control the position of the smaller images dynamically. Is this possible? If so what is the syntax for placing the small images on top of the large one.
I am attempting to pass two user inputs into one variable (text, not array) to pass through my credit card company.
What I have done it two "onchange" scripts so that when the customer enters their information the script runs it does a search and replace on "name" for there name and "number" for their number. However!! If they change their name (or number) a second time the search and replace will fail as it will no longer find "name". Therefore I though some sort of RegX facilitated where I prefix their name with a hypen i.e. '-'.
I've written several scripts that have "while" blocks which increment a date by one day if the date does not match one of a group of dates. However, sometimes it apparently steps out out the while loop even though my condition isn't met. Will work for a few loops then steps out often.
The sample code works as it should in IE, and switches the two rows nicely.
In Mozilla however it fails the first time, but for some odd reason it works fine afterwards.
Mozilla doesn't seem to be removing the duplicated node the first time, which makes it appear as if an extra node is inserted into the table (which is actualy the case), but on subsequent attempts, it seems to be removing the duplicated node perfectly... Code:
What I have going on is an input box where they type in an account name. And the autocompleter works perfectly if they choose an item in the list.However, I want them to have the option of entering an account that is not in the list. And when they do this, the onblur event triggers the opening of the New Account box where they can fill out the new account information and submit the form back.Once again when a selection is made it works just fine, it's when the user creates a new account that it doesn't trigger the "getAccountInfo" function.
In the below, I would expect this to return the number of milliseconds since the epoch. Instead, it's generating a massive negative number. I presume I've gone wrong with the set[Blah] methods.
var date_text = '2009-03-06 12:00:00'; var d_tried = new Date(); d_tried.setYear(parseInt(date_text.substr(0,3))); d_tried.setMonth(parseInt(date_text.substr(5,6))); d_tried.setDate(parseInt(date_text.substr(8,9)));
I need this iframe for a facebook tab, since they changed the width to 520px. The original page in the iframe is 700px wide, and I've changed a few CSS properties using the frameReady plugin. It's works just fine, but trouble starts, when i'm navigating the target site, the CSS properties I've changed goes back to the original props.
Try clicking any of the 'view on map' links, then you'll see where I'm getting at.
How could I work around this? Can I make it apply the script every time something new loads into the iframe?
I'm using a text area to display textual updates to a user from the server. I'm inserting the text at the bottom of the textarea and need to set the scrollbar to the bottom of the textarea after every update. The problem is that the onChange event only fires if the user actually changes something in the text area, not if it is changed by an ajax update.Does anyone know of a way to detect if there has been an update to a textarea that was NOT triggered by a user?