I'm writing a firefox addon to readout the facebook-privacysettings of an user.
There are a lot of "Edit settings" which open a dialog like this:
The HTML code looks like this:
My solution idea was to fake the ajax call like this:
So I just figured: why the comlicated way with ajax, can't I somehow fake the real manual click? If someone knows a way with ajax or faking the click?
I am looking to add an email validation to my new user registration form. Currently, we do not validate (or activate) a new user via an activation link in the email. We don't have that process. I'd like to get my hands on the code to randonly create a security code and the actual code to sent the validation email. Can anyone help me out here? I'm absolutely new to PHP or ASP coding. I do know some HTML.
I want to make a login area and a user registration page. I don't want to build this from scratch, so I'm looking for a script or application that I can insert into my website.I know WP and Joomla have a login area and a user registration page, only I'm looking for a lighter version. A login area like WP or Joomla but without all the other features that I don't need.
I add multiple items with each click and then I want to remove them one by one by clicking. All is ok, but if I add 2-3 items and the click the first one, confirmation alert fires multiple times when i click Cancel. The number of times depends on how many items goes after curent.
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I am trying to create a js script that will prompt the user for a times table (example the 5 times table, the 7 times table, etc.) & prompt the user for 2 more values; the 'start' number and 'end' number. So there would be 3 numbers total the user must input. The script should present a 'warning' message if the user inputs letters or negative numbers. I have come very close to getting it too work but can't quite get past the last hurdle. Upon entering the 3 numbers, the output should look similar to this: (the 5 times table starting with 1 and ending with 12)
My am trying to open my home page after the firefox restarts for the first time after installation.For this i am adding the event handler on load page and checks where this event is executed for the first time or not.
I found this code sample that when a user clicks somewhere on the image, then an "X" will appear. I would like to have the "X"s remain visible even when the user clicks on a different area of the image. As you can imagine, a user clicks clicks clicks then there are "X"s everywhere. How do I do this? Do I need to create more "div" tags with the mouse click locations?
i have a registration form, which has a general user information. now i had added the jquery validate plugin for validation purpose, and it was working fine in firefox. but recently i came to know that the same form is giving errors in IE, i dont know the reason but its not validating the form.
if we click on the save button , its just going to the previous page.
I'm trying to display an alert message (a div with text) that fades in, and after 6 seconds fades out automatically. That's easy, but I also want to allow the user to close the div by clicking on it if they so desire. The problem is, the delay() function overrides the click, or so it seems -- clicking does nothing unless I remove the delay().
Here's the code I'm using:
I've tried reordering and combining these into a single statement but it yields the same result.
This is a trimmed down version of my problem, '.myElement' gets duplicated on double click. In '.myElement' is content and a close button that when clicked removes itself.
The problem is "newly" created elements don't get the the dblclick or the child 'a.close' click events. i know i can double the events and re apply after the element is created but in my real version there is WAY more going on in each of these events and i don't want to create all that redundant code. i guess i can pull all the actions out into functions and bind after creation but even that is a little messy, is there an apply events feature in jQuery or something?
I'd like to have one form that has username and password at the top and if that is all the user supplies, then try to log him in. Otherwise, validate all fields for registration.
The problem then lies in the remainder of the form which has email, name and password confirmation. I still want to run validate on those fields but ONLY if the user has typed at least one character in any one of them.
Is there a way to do this? Or an example somewhere? Can validate for certain fields only be turned on IF a certain other condition is met?
I want to create a twitter like user registration form for my asp.net(C#) web application. I have configured asp.net membership module for my site. I have searched alot but couldn't find any all in one JQuery Plugin which provide the following functionalities to my webform-
1. Form Feild highlight when onFocus and on error 2. Tooltip when form field is in focus 3. Proper client-side form validation 4. Check user name availability
I am looking for a version of lightbox that would allow the user to click on a single reference image and when the "lightboxed" version appears a strip of thumbnails would be available at the top or bottom of that image. Thus, the user could navigate between images within the lightbox by clicking on a different thumbnail. If such beast exists a URL would appreciated. Extensive Googling hasn't turned up what I'm looking for at all.
I've been looking for an "Ajax CMS" but decided to learn jQuery to learn how to code it myself in order to earn some geek-girl cred among my male colleagues. I've learn a lot about jQuery in a week but as you can imagine I still have a lot to learn.
I have successfully animated an image (move to the left and increase opacity) when the mouse hovers a div and reset the image (move it back to its original position and reset the opacity) when the mouse move outside the div. So far so good...
Here comes the question: What I need to do -and don't know how to - is when the user clicks on the div the image should stay in the hover position while still being able to hover any other divs and activate the animation normally.
When a different div is clicked the previous "Clicked" div should return (animate) to its original position and the new "Clicked" div should stay in the hover position. Content will be loaded when the divs are clicked but there won't be page refresh since I'm loading the content by using the load funtion of jQuery.
When the user visits a page, an iframe will be displayed. What is the best way to force the user to click something in this iframe? I suppose I could do that thing where the mouse always has a part of a div "glued" to it, so wherever they click, the certain area is clicked. But, then they could just hit the back button.