I have developed a modal image box which is working as desired except for one thing. I can't get the background div to cover the entire window background when the backgroud extends beyond the visible window size(requiring vertical scrolling).The background will only fill to the size of the the visible window area. If I scroll the window while the modal box is showing the lower area is exposed. I have the background div height set to 100%. I have tried min-height: 100%. I have also just made the height a really big number which causes the page to expand too. I guess I am asking how this is done in the JQuery UI dialog which works just fine on the same page.
i want to load my entire front page with jquery, after a button is hit. Something like redirect to front-page.
I've already got the handler on the button, that executes document.location.href = '/index.php' Its working, but i'd like to make its behave like(pseudocode): $.ajax('/index.php') or: $.load('/index.php')
Is that possible, and if it is, how can i do that?
If i have two web pages, say A and B. If I use ajax to load A into a div located within B what would this do considering that both pages have doctype, html, head, etc.? Would this cause a problem or would I be better off parsing out the section of A that I want to include in B?
I have a page generated by php specifically for use in jQuery. It has 3 divs with 3 different IDs.
I've been using .load() to get the contents of each div and put it within the page, but I've realized that if I use it multiple times within the page (ex: load the same page, get different div each time) it actually reloads the page every time it's used.
I'm not very experienced with jQuery, so I don't know how to get the html of the page just once and then manipulate it so I can get the contents of each div. I assume with .ajax right? But can someone point me in the direction of how exactly I'd do that--the jQuery docs don't help me out too much with this.
I am trying to replace the entire page when the user selects adifferent option in a combo box. The code I have works for the firstiteration. However, It fails everytime there after.I went throughfirebug and it appears after the first refresh it never triggers theready() method.My Code is,
hers the site i am working onhttp:/[url].....as you can see on this page.there are two main div(left,right)when a user clicks a link on left div accordingly an external page is loaded in the right div. when you click a link in IE the entire page is refreshed.I don't want to refresh entire page.i want to refresh the div (on the right) not the entire page.How should i go about it. Here's the link to script that i have used http:[url]......
I need to refresh a div which contains an ad while the rest of the page stays the same. I think I'm pretty close by reading the previous posts on this site, but one odd thing is tripping me up and I can't figure out why. When I call my function to refresh the div, it replaces everything on the page instead of just swapping out the div. Code:
so that the top frame acts like a dedicated browser. The top window controls a selection of links pages in the lower screen. The pages linked to will appear in the lower window as well.
I have already created the frames pages using FrontPage, I just need to fill the whole screen with it and I want it set with the usual buttons found in the upper right hand corner so people can shrink it, enlarge it or close it. And I guess I'd need a foward, back, and refresh button in the top frame as well. Can anyone tell me how or if this can be done?
I 'm having an ajax function that polls a server for a response. This response is in fact an html page which is dynamically constructed on the server. What I want is to be a able to replace my current html page ( not only the body ) with the html I am receiving as response from the server. I tried using document.write or innerHTML on html element but none of these does not seem to work. Here is a sample of the code I am using. code..
I have a banner that has image navigation on the lower right. The navigation links are images which, when clicked, change the banner without reloading the page. The actual switching of the banner is working when each image is clicked.
However, my problem is this:
The page itself is long and must be vertically-scrolled to see the entire content. Because of the scrolling, the banner could appear anywhere vertically on the page. And whenever I click the banner navigation hrefs, the page "jumps" so that the banner is at the top. The page should really stay in the fixed position.
I'm not sure how to set it up so that no matter where the banner section is on the scrolled page, that the page stays in the same position when the navigation is clicked.
My href's in that navigation are set up as :
Do I need something in my script so that the page won't jump? Or am I missing something in the HTML?
I have a small script that changes the background color of my page from white to grey when the user clicks a button.at the moment it works fine accept for when the user tries to navigate to another page (on my website) after changing the background color.if a user changes the background color to grey and than tries to view another page, the background color becomes white again.is there any way to make the change only controlled by the button?my head code looks like this (at least the relevant parts):
I need to run a php script in the background after one of my pages loads (eventually it will be 2 or three background scripts depending on the user.) I am guessing I will need to use $.get for this but can not seem to figure out how to do it. Currently I have the following in my code:
I am trying to make a way to toggle the background colour of a page.
I have managed to find this way, but instead of two seperate links I just want to have an icon which when clicked once changes the colour and changes the icon, then clicked again returns to the other colour and replaces the icon.
I am totally new to jquery but have had a bit of experience at other languages. I was just trying to make a front page with a changing background and a nice menu. Havent a clue where to start. Do i use dreamweaver etc.
I've got a quick question about jQuery's slideDown method. Unfortunately, I can't think of any sites that have this at the moment, but you know how some sites have a menu that has an entire div (or table) slide down when you hover over an element? And then you have the sites that slide down either the same thing or just a bunch of <li>'s? How can the effect of sliding down the entire div be achieved? The animation looks completely different from my site (which I will provide below). I will edit my post if I can remember the sites that have this, but for now, I can only provide my site which has the "rolling down" or "sliding down <li> tags" effect: [URL]