JQuery ::creating Muntiple Scrollables - Placing 2 Scrollable Panels On A Single Asp.net Page
Jun 29, 2010
i am facing problem with JQuery Scrollable menu, i am trying to placing 2 scrollable panels on a single asp.net page. When there is one panel every thing works fine but when i copy and paste the code so my web page contains two panels vertically, the thing doesn't work, the tow panels just hanged!!
Can I create a frame in the same page without referring to other html files? I.e., I have a large dynamically created table in my JSP page. I would like to place it inside the scrollable frame. If I put the whole table into a separate file, I can easily do it by referring to that HTML file from the 'src' attribute. But what if I want to create this frame in the same page without referring to the outside html files?
I tried to place my table content inside the anchor link and then refer to it from the frame like this:
i have a div of height 500px and width 800px. i have set it as auto on over flow and usually i have 500 records displayed so it scrolls. lets say i trigger an even on row number 478 inside that scrollable div and that event causes a page reload, can i go back to that same position in side that div? how?
I have placed the <script></script> in the <head></head> tags and the page will not work. But placing the <script> below the element that the JS works with allows the page to work but thought the correct method to use was place all JS functions inside the <head> tags?
here is a link to the folder I am testing this out on.
I have named the two files accordingly,
test_booking_page-script is in head tags.php test_booking_page-script is outside head tags.php
why the code works outside the head tag but not when i is inside the head tag ?
The scenario is, a scrollable DIV on a webpage. Within the DIV is a scrollable textarea. Beside the DIV is a button whose onclick event creates and places another scrollable textarea below the first. Any subsequent onclick events places another scrollable textarea below the previous. I'm fairly sure that CSS will come into play for positioning of additional textarea's. My thinking is to create an array for the first textarea ID, then increase the array by 1 on any subsequent onclick event, then assign contents (values) of textarea(s) to ID's using innerHTML. Is this approach plausable, or is there a simpler method to this madness? Is there a method/function for calculating the height (px)of a textarea with overflow set to auto, regardless of text length within.
greetings i am using quite a few different js plugins for my websites, and recently i have come into a problem with my <li> tag i have two menus that are using it and need two distinct css codes for them.
can i make two different css for li or inline code them what are my options? problem in a nutshell. main menu with one set of css <li> gallery images also using <li> the css of the gallery is conflicting and completely ruining the <li> for the main menu.
i just found this jquery script for collapsable panels : [URL] it works fine for me, but the problem is that i have to write all the ID's from the DIV's into the script before. i got a page with a lot auf these panels and i dont want to write every ID in the script. is there any posibility to have only one scipt and when i click one panel it regognize on which i clicked? so i dont want to have the ID's in the script.
I have developed one project and in that i have taken two css now i want to add jquery effects in that, But my display is not properely adjusted and extra enlargement is done so how i can add jquery in my php project without affecting another effect? And one more thing where i can get the jquery effect codes?
i have it to where one of my tabs opens an external link within the panel. However, it lags a little bit. I use css sprites inside the panels and it literally takes a second for it to load when you hover your mouse over it. Also, when you use it in IE, it keeps a cookie, so when you click on another tab and come back to it, it shows the last panel you were on.
So, is there a way just to open another panel inside another panel?
Here is my demo page: [URL]
Click on "Partners" tab on the bottom and click on "McKesson"
Is there a simple way to just hide some text in a page? Browsing the documentation I found the .hide() function. But how can I tell jQuery to hide all occurrences of a specific string? If I use the :contains() Selector I can find the text but can only hide the element that contains the text not just the text.
My site's working perfectly in the other browsers, and when I delete line 28 (see below) it works in IE but not exactly how I want. Is there a way to retain two jquery references on a single page in IE?
I am working on single form divided into multiple pages using <div id="">. I am using next and previous buttons <input type="button"> to navigate between these pages but I am unable to validate each page before moving to next page using next button.
I am displaying next page form by using "element.style.display = 'none' & element.style.display = 'block' " method.
How to with validation on the current page before moving to next page.
I am using both horizontal and vertical tab menu's in a single page. And on click of horizontal tab should select the corresponding vertical tab and along with the data linked to vertical data will be displayed in different div on the page. I am stuck with how to poputale these using jquery.
We are building a web app that will require non-technical people to build and edit a single HTML "home page". Ideally it would allow them to add blocks of text and images to the page, change simple styles, and add and maintain links.
I don't even know how to go about searching for such a thing. It's basically like a single page simple CMS. Something like CKEditor could be used for the individual blocks, but I was wondering if there was anything out there that allow us to put this together rapidly via the power of jQuery.
I found "editease" [URL] which looks close... but it's a bit out of date and it depends upon PHP. We run ColdFusion, but could port over PHP if we needed to.
I am using the following code to rotate my banner 3 times. I am trying to get it to order. Ive set it up so that you can choose yes/no drop down as to whether you wnat a panel to show and I have also set it up with a drop down so you can specify 1,2,3. I want to be able to randomly change the order to say 2, 1, 3 it dosent seem to work with what I have below.
I am using the following code to rotate my banner 3 times.
I am trying to get it to order. Ive set it up so that you can choose yes/no drop down as to whether you wnat a panel to show and I have also set it up with a drop down so you can specify 1,2,3. I want to be able to randomly change the order to say 2, 1, 3 it dosent seem to work with what I have below.
I am now trying to adapt this script to a section of my site where a user is able to answer questions with checking a yes or no radio button If the user checks a yes radio button then this toggles a slide animation which makes visible some content (another question and after that one a set of answers). Anyway, I am able to get this working for one question only.
if I am loading content into a div using the get feature of jquery, and that content has some clickable objects in it will jquery recognize those as well? What I am doing is building a site that tracks bugs on our software. The site pulls the bugs from a mysql db and displays in a table format. There's an edit link which passes the record id number of that bug (via ajax) to a php file, where a form is filled in with the bug data and passed back, a hidden div is then shown with the form in it. Part of the code I pass back has a submit button and a close button (css styled anchors) and I'm using the same process on them as I am on the edit link but not getting any results. My script looks like this:
how it works. Does it sneak peek the page after it loads and get all the objects into some sort of array? I'm thinking it is doing that and because I am adding other object through AJAX it is not seeing those, since the page is not being reloaded.
I'm new to java script and am desperately trying to understand it all. My first question is, I'm trying to create a "rotator" for my companies home page, much like the one on [URL]. And by rotators, I am referring the the deal that right underneath the nav bar that is rotating pics, etc. I found one I like at a different site as well, so I talked to the web developer and he graciously supplied me with the java script code for it. The code is fine, but when I place it in a document, it has the pics and text underneath each other instead if rotating the pics.