I'm working on something that I want a user to be able to override by including a specific class somewhere in the CSS definitions. If that class doesn't exist I want to add a default style. This seems like something that should have come up before but search isn't coming up with anything. Can someone point me in the right direction? Local styles/classes override global classes right?[code]...
I'm trying to learn jQuery and am currently attempting to clone a div and then find and replace part of a string. The cloning part works, but I can't seem to get it to alter the text... In the html below, I'm trying to find all instances of issue-0, issue_0, or issue (whether it's a name or an ID) and replace it with issue-1, issue_1, or issue (depending on the character found after "issue")
I'm trying to make a div clickable, i.e. when you click inside the div it takes you to a specified URL. I'm trying to use jQuery Find to look for attributes in the div and create the URL.
Here is a sample div:
Code: <div id="post" post-username="john-doe" post-id="4585458"> contents of the div go here
</div> What I'd like to do is have jQuery search each div called post and then retrieve the attributes for post-id and post-username to form a URL like /john-doe/post/4585458/. So far I have something like this:
I'm trying to make this code run and keep getting the same error. "Could not find the main class: Initials. Program will exit." I'm using jcreator and java is up to date. I really not sure if I posted this in the correct area but
below is my code and i cant seem to figure out how i can loop the string and find the location of letter "a" in the string and display it like "1 3 17" ... i cant seem to figure out what i am doing wrong in the loop and keep getting "1 1" ... Thanks before hand!
i know you'd do a search with a regular expression, but i can't find the correct one on the web...even though i know there has to be a billion examples out there. my google search skills are s#&@ today. code...
I'm trying to accomplish the following, preferably using jQuery, find this string on a page (it occurs only once).. 'BC-' and then, depending on the page i'm on either - add a simple <br/> tag before it, or enclose in it within a span tag with a class. adding the span would be more complicated because 3 numbers follow the BC- ex: BC-103.
I am creating a little html editor, and I want to highlight a chunk of unformatted text, click a <buttonand put a <pand the beginning and a </pat the end. I assume there is a DOM element relating to this, can anybody help please ?