Having a bit of trouble with this. I'm not a JQuery novice, but can't seem to understand why the Triggerhandler isn't working for this particular PHP site I'm working on. I've used the same type of code in a Drupal site successfully.
I can't seem to find a plugin that can help with either.
My .toggle_container is first time hidden, its good. BUT when I click on the link inside .toggle_container and navigate to another page or when page is load then my .toggle_container become hidden. I want to make it visible/open state. Can you please provide me any solution?
How can I let link page open using IE? For example, I open a webpage using firefox or chrome/opera/safari. When I click the link, open the link using IE <html xmlns="[URL]"> <head id="Head2" runat="server"> </head><body> <a href="#" onClick="window.showModalDialog ('[URL]','','width=600,height=600','screenx=200','screeny=200')"><img src="images/benemanc-01th.jpg" alt="img-01" width="125" height="155" class="thumb" style="display:inline"></a> </body></html>
How to make an image map link to another page AND open a specific accordion section?I guess I need a script that knows which area of the image map was clicked and not only navigate to page 2 but opens the section via slide toggle I need it too.Here is the the page with the image map (although image map version not upload yet so I have what will be uploaded below)[URL] ...and the page I need to navigate to based on the area of the image map clicked and also slidetoggling the div I need it [URL] Here is the image map:
I want to know how i can make a page that opens and loads content in a div tag when i click a certain link on my home page. i have a javscript code to load content into a div tag when the link is on the same page as the div tag, but i want to get a script where it will open a new page and load content into a div tag on that page.
like the link must be something like main.html?div=content.html i know how to do this with iframes, but i want to work with div tags :)
1. Load the first page of a series of pages into an iframe when you click a link 2. On each click load the next in order page 3. When last page has loaded if clicked again will start from the beginning.
What I am doing: I am creating a tutorial for a friend who cannot figure out how to use her new rental management program. I could use a manual slide show to have her click for the next image however, there are a LOT of tutorial images which show her what to do at that point. Her program contains a great number of setup screens, report screens etc. This means the slide show would be sitting there loading all these images before it will work. So, I figured, OK make a page with an iframe, and then I could put each image on it's own little page i.e. page1, page2 etc. Place a little button, or a next link, then have the link load the pages into the iframe in order.
What I would like to do is close this window as soon as other pages load. Suppose user clicks a menu and that load a new page. But I would like to close the child window after the 2nd page load. Is it possible to close the window in the second page with the name (using the same java script, or may be use another java script)?
Here as there is no link specified it will open a blank page. guys can u please tell me how can i write a condition so that if my href is blank then it will not open any page. the click should not work or else it should load the same page.
Basically I want some of the links in my page to open in new tabs (I'm using Firefox) or windows if the user has their options configured that way. And I want my page to remain intact as it involves some AJAX and takes a while to load.
But ...and this seems to be a big "but"... I don't want the focus to move away from the page I'm on. So techniques such as <a target="_blank"or <a onclick="window.open(...)"aren't working for this requirement. I even tried using a separate function and attempting to return to the original window straight after using the following function: Code:
I have a single webpage that contains information on all 50 U.S. states. There are 50 links at the top to jump down to the state you want, and at the bottom of the information for each state a Back to Top link.
I'm making the Back to Top link into something more complex, and it will require three or four lines of code.
So that I don't have to repeat the code 50 times, and create a burden when I need to edit it, I want to place it in a .js file and call it x. Then below the information for each state I'll simply have:
Does calling code from a .js file 50 times slow down the page load? Which method would load faster?
I have used jquery modal window JS for creating Modal box. By clicking respective link modal Box opens in all the browser. But in Ie6 that behaves differently. In My webpage I have some Form controls, like( Input field, checkbox, Dropdownlist etc.) When I click the mentioned hyperlink the modal box opens in ie6 correctly but the Form controls operlaps the Modal box. Please check the attached screen. How to fix such issue for IE6.
Is it faster/more beneficial to have two snippets of code be generated by php at 2 different urls and then have a load function for each url? Or have the two snippets on one page, surrounded by id's and then load them that way?
i have made a small accordion on a sub page on my site, when you come to the site all areas are closed (as the shud bee.on my frontpage i have some links to the accordion, that when clickd takes you to the page with the accordion and shud oppen the coresponding accordion area. I can get it to work for all the links except for the one to the first accordion area.
i link to the accordion page like this<a href="news.html#0" title="News 1"> <a href="news.html#1" title="News 2"> <a href="news.html#2" title="News 3">
link 2 and 3 opens the accordion as the shud but link it wont open the accordion the script for the accordion looks like this