Previously when developing my own modal windows I have been creating a "mask" div directly in my markup, in the CSS setting it to be display:none and then setting it to show() by jQuery when a button is clicked.
I'm sure there is a better way to do this but i'm getting a little stuck.
I tried adding the "mask" div and its content to the body using prepend() when my button is clicked but i found i then can't select any of the added elements in jQuery.
How can you select elements you have added to a page by jQuery?? Also if this is the right approach whats the best way to insert a block of html to a page??
Below I have dynamical generated radio buttons, the names($approve variable is the name) per radio button pairs are different(dynamically created names using looping). When I create two buttons, one is for if you click it, all the radio button with the label approve will be selected all, and the other button is for the disapprove label button that will select the radio button with the label disapprove.
I can't figure out how to coax JQuery in to selecting an element that is manually (dynamically) inserted in to the DOM after the page loads. For example: If I have HTML: <div id="bar"> World! </div>
Then I create a new element and insert it in to DOM: var foo = '<div id="foo">Hello</div>'; $("#bar").before($(foo));
I end up with this, which is great: <div id="foo">Hello</div> <div id="bar"> World! </div>
Now that's very nice, but later on I might want to do something different with the element I inserted, using JQuery to manipulate that new element. But if I try to do: myHappyEl = $("#foo"); Then myHappyEl will be undefined. JQuery doesn't see it, presumably because it go attached after JQuery was done watching for such things. How I can coax JQuery in to noticing the existence of new elements created not only in exactly the manner shown here, but in general after the DOM has fully loaded.
I've seen lots of suggestions addressing a possibly related but subtly different issue, wherein the solution is to use .live() to attach an event listener when an element comes in to being. That would be brilliant if I wanted to capture a click event or something, but I don't; I want to be able to select the dynamically added element(s). Perhaps there's a simple way to accomplish this using live(), but I haven't seen it yet. If there is a solution using live then I'd like to know what event and what function to trigger!
hi everybody, didn't find this using the search :( this is my problem: i create a dom element dynamically (<span>) and want to assign a class attribute to it such that it has some css style, this works in ie, but not in firefox :( here's the simple code:
var div = window.document.getElementById("somediv"); var span = window.document.createElement("span"); span.innerHTML = "span"; span.attributes.getNamedItem("class").nodeValue = "span_class"; div.appendChild(span);
so this works well in ie6, but firefox gives this error: Error: span.attributes.getNamedItem("class") has no properties
if i run this code on a statically defined span (in the html file), where a class attribute already is set:
changing the class to "span_class" works both in ie and firefox.
how can i fix my above code such that it works in both browsers? it seems that on newly created dom elements the class attribute isn't even there (to change it), how can i create it, and then change it?
The table, and the input id element, are dynamically created from database records and I use jQuery live to initialize the datepicker for each field, like so:
The idea is that when I click in the input field, the datepicker pops up and allows the user to input a date. While the date shows in the input field in the table, the value attribute of the input field is empty. I can't use the getDate() method on the datepicker, since I can't programmatically connect the datepicker element in any particular row with the input element in that row. I tried the onClose method shown below, but that doesn't work either. Has anyone done this successfully?
//Some other code //Here I create an input element of type text and assign a onclick event property var quantityTxt = document.createElement("input"); quantityTxt.type = "text"; quantityTxt.onclick = calcAmount();
Now my problem is that the above function gets called even when the cell has not been clicked, hope am clear enough,
It's basically just a table containing a message, who wrote it and when.I'm trying to build a function that filters what types of posts are visible in the newsfeed. So by clicking a button I want to be able to filter out the "message"-post or the "sale-alert"-post.Only way I can see which type of post it is, is by looking at the image source in the table. So depending on what that is, I want to set the table to display:none.
But I've been looking into the jquery selector a bit but I can't make it work. I've tried with .each(function and child selector...
I am creating Textboxes at Runtime with something like this code...
and what this function does it count the number of Characters that have been typed in a Textbox. so i am displaying the remaining characters. So that is working fine on my example because the Element is known at Early Binding. Now my question is what if the textbox is created dynamically ?
this is the name of the Textbox in my example.
how do we use a J Query in Dynamically created Textbox.
I have recently started exploring the world of jQuery and it looks incredibley rich and powerful! I am stuck on something, though. When I dynamically create a div
var divTag = document.createElement("div"); //Set the parameters divTag.id = "divMaster"; //Create it and immediately hide it!
This is probably really obvious, but I cannot figure out why? Perhaps jQuery is looking for elements already in the original HTML, and my div tag was added to the DOM after loading the original elements?
The code below creates images based on a json feed, no problem. All images are created and the click function works perfectly, but... I can't access any of the images by their id's so I can't make thefunctionbehave as I wan't.
I first thought jQuery appended my image object as html and didn't insert it as a valid object in the dom, but as the click function is working that can't be it?
I found some other people had the same problem but they were using vanilla js, their solution was using .appendChild() but thatdoesn'twork in jQuery.
I can see the raw HTML in firebug etc, but the dynamic elements (the ones created by jquery for example), obviously don't appear there. I struggle referencing some of them - Ideally I'd like to be able to trigger a display showing what handle to use for any given element - for example by clicking on them.
i created image links by reading an xmland creating the img and a tags in jquery. how do i put a function init? i tried the function below but it doesnt seem to work. These imagelinks are stored in the div: "thumbs"Below is the code:
$("#txtinstruments").AutoComplete("query"); What this does is apply the AutoComplete plugin, to all the objects with id txtInstruments that are already created but, i create more objects with that id on the fly, and i need to assign the plugin to them.