JQuery :: Select Element After Insert - Add A Menu That Will Show Up Only When The User Rolls Over The Area
Jun 20, 2011
I have a databound control that I'm trying to add a menu that will show up only when the user rolls over the area. I am trying to append the rollover menu to each data container. I am able to append the menu, but the problem is that I cannot select the menu after it has been created to add say a click function to it. Basically, I am trying to append a menu that only shows up when a user rolls over the container (such as a <div>) and I would like to add some function to the newly created element. The problem is that I cannot assign the rollover menu an ID because although I could select them at that point it will assign the function to all of the ID's which won't really do me any good.
There is a Text Area that user can enter text. assume that user enter something and put a dot Following values should be populate in a drop down at the place where dot locate .
like when we get the string object using Net Beans IDE and when we put "Object." , drop down will be displayed with available methods for that particular object. idea is to build a editor using java script.
I have some wordpress code which generates a menu with links to the pages created in the admin area.
The id of active is on the currently selected menu item. In the above code the home page. How can I get the subnav to show only if the main menu item which contains a subnav is active? The rest of the time I want the subnav hidden. I have found the effect I want on another site [URK]. If you select advanced treatments a sub menu appears. If you select say jobs then the subnav for advanced treatments disappears.
i've been breaking my brain about this issue for a bit now, so here is my question.
I have a SELECT with various OPTIONS
<select id="myselect" name="myselect"> <option value='$variable' >1 - variable ammount of this option</option> <option value='$variable' id="showOption">2 - gets added once at the end of the SELECT</option>
I'd like to have an alert of some type, either standard alert or a hidden div, show up when a user selects an option in a select element.
For instance, if a select element has 5 options in it and the user chooses the first one, they would get an alert that says "You have chosen the first option". I'm confident this is something that can be done with a few lines of code, but I'm not sure where to begin.
Here's the logic - I'm just not sure how to write the syntax...
If ("#select option") changes and ("#select option:eq(0):selected"), fade in the div ("alert").
I have created a jquery accordion menu for a brilliant CMS called 'Concrete5' and all works lovely BUT I now would like the menu to stay open if a menu item is selected within the drop list.I have manged to create the following.....
var pathname = window.location.pathname; var selecteda = $(".nav-selected a").attr("href"); // alert (selecteda)
..but it doesn't seem to work.I'm not a JQuery GOD like most of you on here but I am trying my hardest The accordion menu I am trying to get this to happen on is Accordion Menu.
fadeout an element then insert someting in that same element then fading it in again all this without using setTimeouts.. i simply dont want to append, before the fadeout animation is done, i cant seem to achieve this unless i use setTimeout. im doing this atm but its often out of sync :/
Basically, I have written an application that runs a report based on a certain amount of parameters, one of which being date. So, the date selection is a <select></select> dropdown menu and it has the usual in it, today, yesterday, this week, last week etc. The problem is I need it to have a 'Custom' selection to run reports for custom dates. When 'Custom' is selected in the dropdown menu, two text boxes appear underneath with YYYY-MM-DD watermarked in them. I have assembled enough code from around the web to get this to work and it works fine, the problem I have is that when the user clicks off the 'Custom' option and on to a different one, I need the textboxes to disappear again.
I am looking for someone who has used jQuery in the capacity of assigning a value to a text area when the user clicks a radio button. Here is the example code I have worked on so far that does not work.
I am using the following code to show and hide several dynamic content areas on a page. It works like an accordion where when you open one it closes the other.
Is there a way I could change it to so it doesn't automatically close one when another is open? Meaning I would like to have multiple content areas expanded at once. I would also still want to be able to manual close them if I want.
I'm working on a navigation menu where I want to insert some html after a UL element.
Here's the statement: selUL.eq(x+1).after('<b>hello</b></div><div class="subMenu">'); I'm trying to insert it after the following <ul> element: <div class="subMenu"> <ul
It's like it's trying to auto correct me. I need it to print everything exactly as I have it, otherwise my navigation won't divide into separate columns. Anyone have an idea why it's doing this? If I remove the <div> elements and just use the <b> element it works fine.
EDIT: After some more testing, the After method seems to strip out any closing elements not yet opened (</div>) and automatically closes any elements opened but not closed (<div class="subMenu">). Anyone know of a way to stop this from happening?
we have a div.it is visible all the time, it's not hidden, but let's say it's on the bottom of the page, so to see it we should scroll down the page.the Task to position a close button in that div.the Problem:.position doesn't position the close button where it should be if the div is not in the viewscope.but if it is, it's positioned correctly.