JQuery :: Selector Incompatibility With Meta Characters?
Dec 22, 2011
I'm working for a company as a consultant and i'm trying to upgrade their jQuery version to the latest available (1.7.1). Previously they were able to do a selection such as $('a[name*=word<>word]') without any problems, however, after upgrading to 1.7.1 the selection is invalid even when escaping both meta characters with a double backslash ( $('a[name*=word\<\>word']) ) - I know the best solution would be to just change the selection based on something else like a class name, but this is something they are using across the whole site and we have a deadline for this.
i have a netscape and IE incompatibility problem. when i change the text size in netscape everything looks fine and all frames text size change. but when i change the text size in IE just one frame change!
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I need to create a table where each element has certain specific properties.
For example, elements in the first column should always have a range of 0-100, and increment by 1. Elements in column 2 might have a range of 0-360, and increment by 0.1. Altogether there might be 8 elements in each row.
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