I have a master.html where i have navigationDIV and bodyDIV, and on every click of nav tabs i am loading external html page into bodyDiv using following .load() function. $('#bodyDiv').load('home.html') Now I have some basic JQuery functions in external JS file which i have linked in master pagewhere i am using toggleSlide(), hide(), addClass() so and so forth, first time when page is getting load all these functions are working alright but the moment i am loading another tab page all functions stop working even on first tab also. Tab onClick script from where .load() function is getting fired:
I have an ajax based page, which loads content from external page (html +js) So if i have a div "update_div" being updated with external content (html+js)
Let me be more specifig
Step1: Ajax content along with js loaded into update_div from a.html
Step2: Ajax content along with js loaded into update_div from b.html
What happens to the js loaded from a.html? Is it lurking in the memory or automatically/magically removed from the browser memory? I am afraid of memory leaks, if the js is still lurking in memory, the more ajax calls made, the more js is going to be held up in memory. Unless am totally wrong; i have no idea of the mechanism happening.
Load a random file, from a xml list, into a div. I've made a scheme where I show what I was trying to make, but I don't know how to make it. http:/ /img524 .imageshack.us /img524/3730 /randomm.jpg.I would like to load into a div a random HTML file, loaded from a XML.
I have the following code to load some pages into a div using the load function. When I click one of the links though, nothing happens. I have read a couple of books on JQuery and looking at the examples they give, this looks correct so I am at a loss.
I want users to specify external sites, a) include them, and let b) users annotate certain paragraphs of text.
As this sites are external (not on the same domain) I cannot use iframes since I cannot select text then, as I understood, right? So I need to create a proxy page which integrates them in the local domain. If this works, I guess the problem are relative urls - does anyone know a good way to correct these? Furthermore, do I need an iframe, or is there another way?
I would like users to be able to select text paragraphs and add a description. Ideally I would get XPath for the selection. Is there a tool/plugin to do this? Like select some text and get the XPath for it?
I have a site with a bunch of pages. Most pages have some kind of jquery-enabled behaviour. Some don't. Some pages require the loading of plugins. Not all pages require the same plugins.I have a working, single js script for all the behaviours across my site.The browser loads a page. A plugin, say fancybox, is not required for that particular page. It is, however, required for another page on my site.The browser console flags an error: fancybox, called by my script for its use on other pages, is not present.Therefore "$(something).fancybox is not a function".This probably also means that my single file will stop running on that page.I guess I could include the plugin for loading on that page. That eliminates my error. But it means an unneccessary http request and loading time. Of course, that could be helpful if this page is the first page that the visitor hits before moving on to a gallery page where fancybox is required.
I guess I could also break up my single behaviours file into seperate files for similar pages. Similar in terms of their requirements. That lightens the loading time and eliminates the error, but adds another level of complexity to maintainance. It's not really scalable.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
the design has 4 menu all around : top, left, right and bottom, while content sits in the centre and for loading php file when everytime a menu is clicked. The code is working fine, but now i'd like to have some animation like fade in when the page loads. how do i do it with jquery? any starting clue perhaps?
from reading here and there understood that js does not work insuccessively .load() pages, yet I tried the proposed workarounds but could not get to work, perhaps lacking a bit of understanding about the eventhandlers, of whether there are just being not read inside the html or being ignored or... this html is being injected via .load() into a div which was injected the same way before already
<li class="arrow"><a href="#dates">About</a></li>
However, I want to link to another html page. I find I'm unable to do so. The following attempts don't work; that is, clicking on them will make the row change color, but won't change the page:
which asks 'process_form.php' to process the data, it doesn't seem to send the data in the form to the page. to confirm this, and whilst trying to get the system to work, the 'process_form.php' consists of 2 lines,:
echo $_GET['maker']; echo '123456';
(ie. one line to return a string literal, and one line to return one of the variables which SHOULD be passed by the form)
This results in just the 123456 string being returned.
I have tried several things: loading the script above in the head of the 'parent' html page (ie. which the form is loaded into); - does not properly fire at all;
loading the script 'in-line' in the imported html - this leads to the result given above; running the script in an external script.js file through an onsubmit directive on the form...does not appear to properly fire the script.