A while ago I wrote a "Vector data type" script using DOM interface to select.options. That was a (beautiful) mind game :-) rather than a practical thing to use.
Here is another attempt open for criticism, this time dead serious. I really need an effective Vector emulator for a project (as much effective as something not implemeted in language but emulated by means of the language itself is: a productivity impact is imminent, the question is to minimize it).
I can't figure out this math problem. I have two points p1(30, 20) and p2(30, 221) and the parametric equation of the vector is (x-30)/(30-30)=(y-20)/(20-221)=t x=30, y=20-201*t
I'm thinking t is the magnitude or the distance. For a point P which is 10 pixels away from p1 on the vector, x=30, y=20-201*-10 (should be around -0.85) which is not the right P i'm looking for. Where am i doing wrong?
I am trying to search over a string of text to recognize any matches.Problem is that the string of text I am search with is in a variable and I don't think its working to well when putting it into a regExp.Here is what I have.
var newMessage = /myajax.responseText/; var previous = document.getElementById("chat").innerHTML; var matchPos = previous.search(newMessage);
Basically the user would see a button on a form that would be something like "add contact"...then a window opens that shows a search window (want to implement something like [URL]) and it would show all the contacts available in the contacts table...then the user selects the contact to add (via a link).
I think i could get it this far, but how would i then pass that $row to the main form so that i can use the fields from that $row in the contacts table on my form?
I have a search field on the website, and when I type a word to search, it search good, but after preforming the search, the search term from search text field disappears and become the default 'Search' word.
I have created a similar smart search like yellowpages:[URL]... Here is the problem I have with mine:
Lets say I search 'Attorneys' I start typing 'Att' ... then 'Attorneys' shows up in the smart search so I click on it and press enter. The next time I start typing 'Att' my browsers saved search field pops up over the websites smart search. Here is an image which might help explain the problem a bit more:
I have chosen to use Google Custom Search with my website and was given the following code, my question is, how can i pass a search query from my homepage which has a standard form on there to the search page which holds this code?
I am given a search box within this code but would prefer to use my own on the homepage...
I have a website that I'm designing where I have the need to search multiple sites at specific times. By this I mean that In some cases, we would want to search only the internet using google, or only search the site that I've created (which currently uses the jse_search.js solution), or only our company's website.
I have a page built in Sharepoint. I need to create a little search box within that page so people can search for names on that same page. It's a page with a lot of text, hence why the search feature is needed.
Ok, so I've built a member search using ajax to change the results each time a filter is changed. It works great, except one minor issue that I'm struggling with...I just can't specify dynamically in the parent file that linkclass$id opens linkclasscontent$id as I don't know of any way to pass that $id variable back over to the parent.
I have successfully set up & tested the use of the LocalScroll plugin on my project (which also uses the ScrollTo plugin). Having just started using jQuery today, I was trying to figure out how you would pass a value entered into a search box through to jQuery.
The LocalScroll plugin scrolls using anchor tags that reference the ID of the element. So clicking the "This is some text" link below... code...
What I am wanting to do is provide a search box so that when the user enters a value (i.e., myID) and clicks the Search button, this value is passed to LocalScroll as the ID value to scroll to. It would be like clicking the link "This is some text" above. Is this possible?
I currently have an html table that I would like to make searchable. I found the following tutorial [URL]...-an-HTML-Table but I cant seem to get it to work. I removed all of the line numbers from the sample code and also made sure that the script was pointing to a valid jQuery copy (I used the one hosted on google) and it is not working I get the following error from the error console
just wondering if there is any way for the :contains to not look in children to find something? Tried $(':contains("$")');, but it returns everything. Was thinking of something like $(":not(':parent')").filter(':contains("$")');, but the console returns null (and even then it would exclude elements that have children and their text includes "$".)
Trying to make a script that looks through a page and finds the price on any page. The only way I could think of doing this relatively accurately is to search for all elements with "$" in the text, then get the one that has the largest height/width (That's problem #2, I think -- will deal with it once i get there :)
I'm new to jQuery..so maybe a newbe question. I'm working on a search result dropdownbox. So user enters text in textfield->ajax gets results->displays it in box under textbox. i use folowing code to remove resultbox when user clicks somewhere on page.
This is all working fine, But now i added next page in the result box. As soon as this is clicked , the resultbox is fadeout..because of above code. Can i make it fadeout on a click anywhere except in the textbox or result box ??