JQuery :: Call A Scrollto Function After The Other Functions Have Finish Running?
Aug 25, 2011
but i have these basic functions to show a div and all i would like to do after these run is to actually make the screen scroll to the bottom here is my code i know is wrong can you please point me in the right direction.
ill admit im extremely new to jquery i come from the flex/flash world and looking to see what the hype is allo about. with that being said. im trying to perform a simple screen scroll after all this code has run but nothing seems to work
I have a slideshow plugin and there is a function in it called stopAutoplay(). This is called when I click on the pre-defined pause button in the slideshow, so it stops.
If I switch between the slideshows(Slideshow 1 2 3) the slideshow is getting messier and messier because it starts many slideshows at the same time and the plugin gets confused what to show.
I figured if I click on the pause button before I switch to another slideshow it works fine. Therefore what I would like to achieve now is to call stopAutoplay() somehow before I switch to the new slides.
How can I call stopAutoplay() from the html file when I click on one of the slideshow 1 2 3 buttons?
I've tried the codes in green below but they don't work.
If there is a better solution let's say to kill everything before the new slideshow appears it's even better. Although I've tried die(), empty(), detach(), remove(). I hoped remove() would help cause as I read it's suppsed to remove everything but for some reasons it doesn't...
I have done some searching on the discussions here and have found info on waiting for fadeins, etc. to finish and then calling another function. However, I am needing something a little different. I am needing for function 1 to process and then call over to function 2 once it's finished. Here is my code:
I would just like to call 1 function from the $(document).ready() call that lies in an external .js file that will process the code above so I don't have so much clutter in the page. This is what I would like. I have tried it but it doesn't work.
I want to use two different jQuery functions when a form submit button is pressed. I would like to run a form validation function, and if it validates fine, I want to use an ajax submission where it sends the form data and then hides the form showing the word "Sent".
Running each functionseparately, I can get either to work. But trying to figure out how to run one and IF TRUE run the next one I can't figure out.
When the forms submit button is clicked (it's called generate) I thought in that code on the click event I could write $("#contactForm").validate; and that would run my function. Instead it just submits the form via ajax.
How do I get it to run the validate function and only when the validate function returns that the form is valid that it then submits?
Firstoff: I know I ask about using a plugin, and I wasn't so sure where to put my question in, decided though the general jQuery-Forum would be better as my problem is more connected to jQuery than the plugin itself. First off, I'm using this plugin and modified it myself a bit, adding new functions: [URL] You'll find the underlying .js for the component here: [URL] Now, scroll to the end of the file, you'll find some "internal functions" like _registerRemoveEvents
I get this error on every browser: ReferenceError: ActiveXObject is not defined I research it on google and some users told me that i need to write a COM dll. But my dll is .net(2.0) because I don't know how to create a COM dll with Visual Studio 2010.
what's the correct syntax to call 2 functions from an onclick attribute? the code below doesnt work, maybe im putting semi colons in the wrong place? since the second function needs the return false, im guessing i should put that one last since return false would stop anything after that from running.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> <HTML> <HEAD> <Title>form</Title>
<button onClick="return popup('<span onClick='selectShape(1, 1, 1)'>test<span>');" tabindex=Ɖ' onFocus="setFocusColor(0,3)">....</button> This will work perfectly, but as soon as I need to pass Strings inside the selectShape function, I get stuck.
So the question is, how can I create the following and have it working
So that it runs when the window loads. Meaning if a checkbox is already selected, the background will already be changed for it.