JQuery :: Change Image In A Div Through Clicking Links On A Page?
Dec 19, 2010
I'm relatively new to jQuery, and I'm trying to figure out how to create a restaurant menu, that when you click on an item on this menu, an image and description will show on the page. [URL]I've looked through several plugins but cannot find this exact solution. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
The world map (an image map) that I have shows three continents; namely, America, Asia, and Europe. They are in yellow color. This world map is placed in a HTML file.
Every continent is clickable. By clicking on a continent; say, America, I pop up a window in which some information America is displayed.
And when a continent is active, its color on the map is changed to orange color. Therefore, I have made three more image maps: America is in orange color, Asia is in orange color, and Europe is in orange color.
How do I switch image (i.e. showing the orange color of the continent) after a certain continent is clicked by users?
I tried to word the question as best as possible, but here is what I want to do. I am creating a calculator online and it is getting more and more extensive, which is good b/c I'm learning a lot. Here is what I'm trying accomplish now. I am using "input" to get information from the user in the top section of my calculator and that will always stay the same.The part that will change is the results section (bottom part of the calc) based on a few different variations or setups, so I want to be able have them click on a few different options.
I know I could add onmouseover events to each li item and changing the src of the category. But Im trying to find a better solution. And I think I should be able to use document.getElementById(id).onmouseover = function() for that.
I have 3 smaller thumbnail images and when I click on any of them, the resulting image displays in the larger image space.
The tricky part is that I want the larger image to become a link that changes, depending on which image is displaying. (I don't want the little images to be links.)
Click here [url] for a visual to explain what I am wanting to do.
Here is what I have for script...but I can't figure out the links...This script works fine, but I can't figure out how to make the larger image have 3 separate links, depending on which image is displaying in it.
I have an unordered list (ul#garment_selector) sitting in a div (div#program_scroller) and each of the list items has a link that I'd like to display an image and some text into a div on the same page. I don't want any fancy animations or anything like that, I just need to display an image and a related description/price into a new div, preferably without reloading. I have quite a few different lists of links and they change all the time so using an array to define the image/text is impractical for my needs.
I use malsups Cycle plugin a lot as it is very versatile, however when I have a pager with a slider and click through to the next slide (whilst current slide is animating) it jolts to the end of the current slide transition before continuing with the next slide transition. Example: [URL]. Ideally, when you click on the next pager link, (before it has finished sliding), it finishes it's animation and scrolls to the next OR slides from it's current point on the current transition to the end of the next slide.
I have a problem with my menu. I am trying to add and remove classes when clicking on the main menu links. For instance when on load, the 'Home' is the current tab clicked, but when I click on 'Contact Me' I would like the class current to be removed from 'Home' and added to
'Contact Me' instead.</div> <div> </div> <div>The code im using is the one below.</div>[code]....
Using 1.4.1. A comments app. Clicking certain links fetches a comment form which displays below. The button then becomes a "cancel" link. Clicking that removes the form and sets the button back to its original state. Or so it should. I'm seeing some strange behavior. Some strange, but understandable, some not so much.
After removing the form, my code fetches it again and re-displays it. The problem appears to be that click event isstill "happening" and so live() fires immediately. I tried using stopPropagation(), which keeps the form from re-loading but for some reason also keeps displayFormHandler from being run on subsequent clicks.
I saw a hint in the comments for stopPropagation() and added, in cancelFormHandler:
Again, this keeps the form from re-displaying but, bizarrely, causes displayFormHandler to always return false (the console.log() line runs every time). I can understand why the original problem happens but this doesn't make any sense at all. If the class has been removed, subsequent clicks should proceed normally because hasClass() is being evaluated at the time of the click, not when live() is called.
I am in a bit of a rut in the self-teaching with JS. I am trying to get links to change the external js file currently on the main page without reloading, the external files are basically long document.write sections with a few interactive functions.
The closest I have found for help with this so far is a rotating script, but I want a manual change from a link (button, image, etc) instead of timeOut rotation. I am not sure what I need to do for the links to replace the timeout function to change the dynamic section.
i know my summary is not the clearest so here goes....
the page www.philip ----- dusel .com
has several links to click ...all different images. they all link to the same page which is an image gallery. i would like for the new page to open with the related image enlarged in the gallery instead of always showing the first image in the list regardless of which link was clicked. i hope i am being clear.
ps what is the standard way of providing a link yet hiding it from the crawling robots?
I have next url for you to look [URL] i want the blue bar to contain an other image for 'some' pages... the action should be performed on the click of the menu items of my drupal site.
I was thinking that this would be easy with jQuery but the problem is thatjQuery isaclientside action and when the link is clicked its a server side request response and the image should stay the same... is this a little clear ...?
I have a page which is a large graphic sliced up into various pieces for better loading. It's a drawing of a bedroom and I need to have it set up so that when a user clicks on a link that is mapped to a frame hanging on the wall, it opens the doors of a cupboard. The photoframe and the cupboard are in different images.
I have questions related to three operations using jQuery:refresh a div element on page lo append an element on top of the other elements in div change an image (pending/accepted) from the div's elements I know that there are tutorials for that, but i am so short in time.I just finished my PHP courses, and i am too tired to get into the jQuery magic right now.ere is the situation that i am confronting. I have to files: propune.php (which is basically the page that has the form and the div that should be refreshed/appended) and propuneri.php (the file that is handling ajax calls).
I'm testing the Jexpand plugin (expand table rows): [URL] and i would like to know what i have to modify to expand/collpase rows only when i click on the left arrows picture (not by clicking everywhere on the row)?
I have a page that submits to a db then re-loads its self with new information. Unfortunately it goes wrong when the user double clicks on a one of many text links that provides the info for the display on reload. How do I stop users from double clicking on the page? Ideally I think I would like to call some sort of js function from body onload as I presume this would then cover the whole of the page, but have no idea if this is possible or how to go about writing it.