I am trying to update 2 div with a .ajax (i tried also .get ) call and i make this code working, so that the updating is realized within 2 url calls. but i can 't figure out how to do it within 1 call?
if i try the read the data var then i get the innerHTML of the clicked node (dhis) i thought i could read up the data var and extract somehow the innerHTML of #checkout_basketList but i can't because .ajax/.get somehow takes the innerHTML of the clicked node (dhis). so i have to make a new call that i do with .load (because of the partial load capabillities) but then again its stupid to do 2 call when all the info is already in the first call, is mine approch not good.
I have a webpage which handle a time-consuming backend processing on the server side. I am hoping to use ajax and display the back-end processing process on the web-front(i.e. in a DIV). .ajaxStart and .ajaxStop sound to be OK if I want to display some fixed content. Is it possible that I grab partial server-side resultset and update a DIV at the front-end without having to wait for the server-side to finish all of the processing.
Below is my sample code which does NOT work for my purpose.
The general framework is a simple user login function. The user name is selected and a password entered as usual. The function grabs the element values and passes them to a php page that queries the database. An AJAX call returns the password to the function and then I want the innerHTML to be a choice of two web pages, depending on success or failure of validation. There are existing AJAX functions available on the internet but they are overly complicated for what I think should be a simple, quick to load function.
Where I am stuck is that the standard procedure to make an AJAX call is the browser window event. How do you make the call from within the function? I have tried creating two new variables, "success" and "again" to replace xmlhttp, but still stumble on the event to assign a value. I left the blank password protection (if statement) with that variable to demonstrate what I mean.
I've put in my code below, which is in development and successfully alters the innerHTML text depending on user input but I can't figure out how to insert the relevant php page. I have '// out' the testing bits, but left them for info. (I have tried full 'scripting' as the innerHTML, but it's messy.)
I have scroll div on the buttom of my page. This div is autoloaded after pressing link via AJAX technology. Everything is ok except position of the web. Right after I press link the view of the page is going to the top. How I could set the view on the div after AJAX content is loaded.
Bit of a noob question, but I'm using the following code to get a menu tab to highlight/switch classautomatically based on the id of the page in the querystring. All is working well until the page ids hit double digits. Subsequently a menu with the link "p=10" and above will highlight when "p=1" in the location bar. How should Iamend the code to prevent this partial match? The menu item links always end after "p="; there are no furtherkeys in the querystring toact as a delimiter.
I have an ASP.NET MVC web application, consisting of subcontrollers, each generating their specific html contained by divs.
As an example, on the same page this is generated (among other stuff):
<div id="survey"> textfields and ajax submit button </div>
Now, the survey has a submit button in a Ajax.BeginForm, that does a partial update of the durvey div itself.
What I also want to do, is that if the submit button is clicked, not only the partial update occurs of the survey div, but I also want to get other partial data and display that in the trace div which is also on the page somewhere.
I tried to execute some jquery after the partial update, but apparently that code is not executed.
I was wondering if anyone had already built the jQuery equivalent of the menu on Google's livingstories that scrolls with the page to the top then sits at the top until the page is scrolled back down. If you haven't seen it, here's an example [URL}.. It doesn't work in IE, but in other modern browsers, the menu on the right ("Timeline of important events") starts out 450+ pixels down the page, below headers and other page chrome, but when it would otherwise scroll off the screen it switches to "position: fixed; top: 0" If the whole thing does not fit on the page, as you scroll near the bottom it switches again to "position: relative; top: NNNpx" where NNN is presumably the difference between the position of the top of the footer and height of the menu.
It's a nice effect that I haven't seen before, and I was wondering if anyone had already created something like this as a jQuery plug-in.
I'm loading external div content into another page div based on the hash. It works fine but when you click the link, the page loads, but it's blank. If you refresh the page it appears.I'm looking for some way to refresh the content (once).
My goal is to get some HTML content including some UI widgets and other stuff via an ajax call. To clarify my goal and the strange behavior, I attached some HTML files, that you can run for yourself. Open the index.html will show you some UI widgets, which are pulled from the ajax.html via ajax. When you scroll to the bottom you can see the same content inserted a second time. But this time, the widgets are not "rendered". It looks if the "button()" calls etc. are not executed.
The only difference is the way I insert the result of the ajax call. The first time I insert the hole content received by the ajax call, the second time I only insert the content of a special div. The goal in this is to get various chunks of content with one ajax request and replace "div#one" and "div#two" with different parts of my site. Which is not working. Is it generally okay to receive html content which has some script parts to be executed via ajax and what is wrong with my second approach?
I can use the jQuery ajax function to grab all of the html from a remote page, and that's cool. What I would like to do is to grab only a particular element of the remote page, not the entire page. Is this possible? I've tried some variations of the ajax 'url' param, but I haven't gotten anything to work yet.
I have a page that creates one unordered list from the contents of another list. The second list is created from a database query and is hidden on the page. I have written a JQuery function shown below that does an AJAX call which causes the hidden list to be created and that is working perfectly. The problem is that when the code following the AJAX call is executed it doesn't see the hidden list. The alert message displays 0 the first time. clicking on the Load button a second time results in the first list being displayed. If I click on the Load button a third time, the previously loaded list is displayed; click on a fourth time and the new list is displayed.
In other words, it takes two cycles to display the correct list. I am at a loss as to what might be the problem. Other than this issue the code does what I need it to do.