it's possible to bind a function to an element that is fired if that element is 'moved'/repositioned via the browser.
For a more specific example what I have is a function that calculates height and width of certain elements to allow them to all fit nicely on the page without having scroll bars, and this is bound to the window onresize event. It works nicely most of the time but occasionally something will change the height of one of the elements and this effectively bumps one element right off the page.
So I'm wondering if its possible to have an event bound to an element that is fired when an elements position is moved/recalculated by the browser? Short of polling every second or so, to see if it has moved/recalculate layout.
The bit of code in bold in the code below is giving me this error in IE: Error: Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1) ; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; Media Center PC 5.0; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; Tablet PC 2.0; InfoPath.2; OfficeLiveConnector.1.4; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; OfficeLivePatch.1.3; MSN OptimizedIE8;ENGB)Timestamp: Tue, 16 Mar 2010 15:07:11 UTC Message: HTML Parsing Error: Unable to modify the parent container element before the child element is closed (KB927917)
Dynamically creating and assigning elements to a dialog, but I am unable to modify the elements after the window opens. I know that I can see them and they are being correctly assigned because I can look at them with firebug.I was thinking that one source of the problem may be the badly formed html that I am getting out. shouldn't each input tag end with " />"?
Specifically, assume I have a div tag of absolute dimensions. I need to figure out, first, whether or not the text inside the div tag is partially hidden by the overflow setting, and if so, what the hidden text is.
HTML parsing error:unable to modify the parent container element before the child element is closed(kb927917) My page is not getting displayed In IE although running good in chromr and mozilla.... And after refreshing in IE it is displayed properly.
when I try to get the height or any other graphic property of an element which is hidden (in my case, hidden in one jQuery UI tab), I can't manage to get the height of the element. If I do: $("#my_element").outerHeight() I get zero. Whereas If I do the same when the element is visible, I get its height. I work with jQuery 1.3.2 and FF 3.5.
I have several divisions with a hidden division within them, like this:
With that script, if I click on one of the parent divisions ALL of the hidden divisions are shown. That's not what I want. I tried several variations of the script using (this), but I just kept getting errors.
How do I get the elements from a form when these elements are named like each other? I'd like to make a list of values and store it in few hidden elements. It is suppose to work like a list of checkbox whose elements have the same name (and same id), but they are diferent indexed. [code]...
I have a problem, I have a table which dynamically create <tr> elements with a unique numerical id, this is created on a while loop from a database statement, when I click on a hyperlink on each <tr> I use this:
So in this way, I'm sending the unique code (codigo) and I fadeToggle the <tr> identified with that specific id, it works, no problem, it display with one click, hides with another one, BUT, now I need that, when you click on a hyperlink, if any other <tr> is being displayed at the moment, close all of them, and open the clicked one, is there any way I can do this?
I have a class hidden by default at the document ready state. I use the show() function when its parent has been clicked and I want to be able to apply a click function to this newly visible element - when I write it I am finding that it is overriding the initial hide(). How do I work around this? I should say that this element is just a bit of text that says "close x" and will be used to "close" its parent div down...
My design involves two "layers". On the first layer, I have a circle, with some links in the middle. This is just a div with a background image, and some text in the center. Then I have another circle, same size and shape, on top of the first one, covering it up. This circle just has a one or two word title on it. When a user hovers over the title with their mouse, I want that div to disappear, showing the links underneath it. When you mouse out, the circle with the title should show back up.
Here is the basic HTML:
So what happens, is if you mouse over, the circle fades away just fine. But if you move your mouse at all again, even the slightest bit, the event is triggered again. So the title fades in and then out again real quick. Even if you actually mouse completely out of the CircleTitle div, it still triggers one last time instead of just fading in.
Because mouseenter keeps track of the mouse being over that element, and then that div disappears, it's probably causing some problems. But I don't know any other way to get this to work! If someone has some ideas,
I have a vertical navigation menu with the basics (a <ul> with four <li>) but I need one of these list elements to slide to the left and when it finishes show or slide down a nested <ul> with its own li that is now hidden with display: none. and when I click again the first list element I wish everything to close back. or alternatively to close with a timeout. so far I got to this:
I'd like to have an alert of some type, either standard alert or a hidden div, show up when a user selects an option in a select element.
For instance, if a select element has 5 options in it and the user chooses the first one, they would get an alert that says "You have chosen the first option". I'm confident this is something that can be done with a few lines of code, but I'm not sure where to begin.
Here's the logic - I'm just not sure how to write the syntax...
If ("#select option") changes and ("#select option:eq(0):selected"), fade in the div ("alert").
This is a really awesome script that I'm sure all of you can put to use if you haven't yet heard of it. However, I'm trying to get it to fade a background image on my css styled navigation for my a:hover. Here is the script with a little simple tutorial on how to set it up: [URL] My only other knowledge is in PHP, so after about 2 hours of fail in this client-side language
This is the link to my site so far: [URL] You can see the script working as it is on my little yellow MW logo on the right side of the navigation. So in my scenario, I am looking to fade button.png to button-hover.png (both repeating on the x axis).
i am working on a custom drop down list that has hidden #options DIV which is shown when the user clicks on a button. the problem i am having is that the click event does not seem to be attached to the LI elements since they are hidden when the page first loads. if i show the #options DIV when the page loads everything is working as expected.i've tried to attach the click event after i show the hidden UL but that didn't work either.what can i do to make sure the LI click event fires? i tried to put A tag inside of LI and attach click to that but to no avail.
I have a gallery style page with rectangular images on laid out like a grid of nine. When the user looks at the page there is just the images and no information, but when they hover over the image I would like some text and a bar underneath to show up over the top so the user can read some information.my images sit in "a" tags. There is also a div tag in there which has it's z-index and position (absolute) set up so that it sits over the top of the image element in the "a" tag. stripped down e.g.
<a href="#"><img.... /><div>the info</div></a>
I need the div tag withinin the "a" tag to be set to 0 opacity. When the user hovers over the image the div tag slowly fades in to 100% opacity. Once the user moves the mouse away from the image the div tag slowly disappears again.I need each one to work independently so that it only changes the one currently being hovered over.
I'm having problems with my text appearing aliased and turning blue when it fades in and out. I've tried using the Newsticker plugin and the Easyticker plugin, and I'm getting the same result in IE7 and Firefox 3.6. I'm using jQuery 1.2.6-min Specifying a background color doesn't fix it. The examples on the plugin websites look fine, but when I try and implement the effect myself, my orange text becomes aliased and fades to a light blue color before dipping to white. Same thing happens on the fade in. attached is a screenshot of what I'm seeing.