I have created the application in PHP and JQuery of display locations on google map.THere are few images in divs after clicking on it there are 3 ajax requests are called in following order 1: to display video from youtube2: to display description from database.3: to display locations on map. After clicking on images in div, result is displayed in following order.1: to display description from database. (It is displayed within 1 sec) 2: to display locations on map. (It is displayed within 2 sec)3: to display video from youtube. (It is displayed within 2 sec to 3 sec) As map and youtube video are not located on local server, so that those are taking time to display.Is there any way to display all above 3 output when all data will receive from their servers?
a.) specify two parameters for the changeYear function: today and holiday.
b.) in the first line of the above function, use the getFullYear() date method to extract the 4-digit value from the today variable and store the value in a variable named year.
c.) in the second line; use the setFullYear() date method to set the full year of the holiday date object to the value of the year variable.
d.) in the third line, use a conditional operator on the year variable. The test condition is whether the value of the holiday date object is less than the today date object. If it is, this means that the event has already passed in the current year and the value of the year variable should be increased by 1.
e.) in the fourth line of the function, again set the full year value of the holiday date object to the value of the year variable.
I'm using this bit of jQ to add a class to two different elements based on the class of another (parent/grandparent, etc) element.
First, when there's no class at all in <div id="main-content">, the 'active' class is added to *all* the #nav-primary LIs, and also to *all* the #aux-left DIVs; how can I modify this so that in the absence of any class on #main-content, do nothing?
Second, how can I target only the first or second of multiple classes to store in the 'containerClass' variable, e.g., <div id="main-content" class="apples bananas">?
I have 3 divs in a page, and each div contains a submit button. When the submit button is pressed, i want to process a form contained in that particular div and insert the id of the div into a database in which the submit button was there.So, i want to retrieve the id name of the div and store it in a PHP variable so that i can put it in my sql query. How do i achieve it?
I'm using $.ajax for an ajax request and I've setup a basic html form and if there are errors in the form when the user submits them my server side script is returning them in an array to the client with the errors.
If there are multiple values in the array, how do I display each error on its own line either using <li> tags or even just a <br/>? I'm injecting the ajax response into a div using .html() but how do I iterate the array within that div so I get one error message per line?
Do I need to construct the HTML on the client side after the ajax response has come back or should I do this on the server side before the data is even returned to the client? Right now I'm returning a raw array so that is why I'm asking the question about how to format things up and get the form errors into my div.
Ive never heard of this being done, but currently ive got a div which sits in the center of my screen. The div is about 80% wdith so there is a 10% gap on the left and 10% gap on the right. However, I want the gap on the top and bottom of my div to be the same as my gap on the left and right.
I need to somehow capture the pixel value for the gap on the left and right, store it in a variable and then use this number in my css for the top and bottom gap.
So I was wondering instead of calling document.getElementById('theTest').innerHTML; multiple times is it possible to store this as a variable and then access this later? If I want to change it though Have to go document.getElementById('theTest').innerHTML = something: right?
Is it even worth it to do something like this or is document.getElementById('theTest').innerHTML fast enough?
What I'm doing is creating a div element dynamically when the user clicks on a point in the page. Once created I create a record in my database table the corresponds to this div element and save information such as the width,height, x coordinate, and y coordinate of the element. This is done via AJAX accessing my web service. The weird thing is, I get really fast responses 80% of the time but 20% of the time, its taking a lot longer. For example, I would get a response after 50-100ms and at times I would get it in 2 seconds What do you think is the source of this problem?
I would like to send my form data to a php file but not to get any response. I want to send an ID so that PHP can do MySQL search and generate a PDF file. Problem seems to be that PHP is responding something back to HTML and that is messing my code. So I just want to send the data and run the scripit in PHP so that nothing is returned back to HTML.
I'm initializing a lightbox type plugin after an ajax response. The plugin is usually initialized with .ready, but I've read on this forum that .ready won't work after page load or with dynamic loading. Most posts say to initialize right after the ajax response... I've done this and it works for the first ajax load, but not for the subsequent ajax loads. It should trigger the same code every time ajax is called since it goes through the same function, but it doesn't.
Project Info: This project seems pretty simple... There are links that load content into a DIV via ajax... the content is made up of thumbnails that should launch lightbox...Is there a good way of dynamically initializing plugins after ajax load?
I want to use AJAX where the response from server side would be an XML with root element has two divs one for status with values success or failure and other child is HTML which needs to replaced if first div is success.
I want to access the headers of pages I load through ajax. However I don't know how to do this with jQuery First of all, I'm only interested in the headers, not its content, so $('#someID').load("somefile.html") ; is not really what I want. Is there a way I can get the XMLHttpRequest object so I can do xmlDoc.getAllResponseHeaders()
I am developing quite a complex user interface in jQuery that relies on an AJAX call to retrieve JSON.We have noticed that the code runs slow in IE7. IE8 and IE6 are acceptable. Firefox and Chrome really quick. I have traced the problem back to the AJAX call, which IE7 seems slow o process. What takes less than a second in the other browsers will take IE7 3 or 4. I have googled for an answer it seems there is some consensus that the native XHR in IE7 is slow, so it may not be a specific jQuery problem.Has anyone else experienced this? Does anyone have a solution? Please consider that this will be a public website, so the solution cannot involve altering settings on users' machines.