JQuery :: Find All Elements Except For One On A Page?
Jun 13, 2010
does jquery selectors allow one to find all elements except for one on a page? For example, I want to use the fadeOut method to fade out the entire page except for one element (kind of like the lightbox plugin). Any idea of how to construct this selector?
I can't seem to find an XML element when it has a prefix. Here is the example from the jQuery.parseXML() page. The only difference between the example and the code below is that I've used the element <foo:title> instead of <title>. I get no errors in my browser, but I also get no results appended to #someElement.
Does xml.find method work if the element has a prefix?
I've got a rather odd situation (in so far as it is probably uncommon)- for a variety of reasons that I don't want to get into on here, I have to replace a DIV with another fairly similar DIV that has an identical ID to the original as well as several child elements that also have identical IDs to the content in the original DIV. This all happens after the page load is complete. The problem is that JQuery can't locate any of the new elements by ID. I assume that's because it's already generated a model of the DOM that contained elements with identical IDs, but now that the old IDs no longer correspond to valid objects, jquery has nothing to return when I search for the new elements.So question:Is there any way to force JQuery to rebuild the DOM model? Or alternatively, is there a way that I can force JQuery to index the new elements once they've been added to the page?
Is it possible to select the elements who's width was specified by CSS? It's easy if they specified it by the width attribute *[width]. If you look at each elements css('width') it shows what was specified or automatically generated (always something).
How can I find all elements that have a attribute starting with some character?
Everywhere I found example like: $("[href$='.jpg']") which checks for all tags having an attribute "href" with value ending with "jpg" But how can I instead find all tags having a attribute having name ending with 'f'
something like $(img[$f]) ... trying to find all img with attribute ending with g
I have a ASP.NET gridview which is rendered as a HTML table. There are 2 columns in the grid. First column is a checkbox and second column is a input textbox in which the user will enter a amount. I want to be able to loop through the rows of the table using jquery to find out the rows that have a checked checkbox and then sum the value in the corresponding textbox in which the user will enter a amount. In other words how do I loop through the table and find out the elements on the same row on the table.
I'm trying to create a dynamic image gallery in my wordpress blog and I have successfully managed to collect the images in the blog posts and clone them and wrap them in the right tags etc. This is to make a jquery script that someone else wrote work in my blog.
My problem is that I only want to collect and clone 10 images. So how do I make it stop after 10 images? I am completely new at Jquery and it's amazing that I've got this far. :)
Here is my code without even trying to only get 10 images. This code returns all images on the page.
It is possible to perform a find in page search that looks at a specific link, opens the page in a new window and finds the text within that document?? Basically I regularly use an html page in work that has a list of people and their telephone numbers. I want to be able to type in a searchbox on my main page and it open the target page and find the name I am looking for? Is this possible or can you only Find In Page on the same page or another frame?
It is possible to perform a find in page search that looks at a specific link, opens the page in a new window and finds the text within that document? Basically I regularly use an html page in work that has a list of people and their telephone numbers.I want to be able to type in a searchbox on my main page and it open the target page and find the name I am looking for?Is this possible or can you only Find In Page on the same page or another frame?
finding a "find on page" script that will display the results in the middle of the page for IE. I have tried several different ones to no avail. The ones that work in all the browsers display the result in IE at the very bottom of the page. I am not very familiar with programing in Java and I am unable to modify any for my needs. The one I found that did work in IE didn't work in any other browsers.
Is it possible to command a find in page search from another html? I have a 'main page' and 'directory page'The directory page has find in page command on it, so if users can open the directory link from the main page and then search that page using the find in page search box. To speed this up, is there any way I can have a text box on my main page that when I enter text and submit that it carries across the text entry to the find in page box on the directory page and starts this search for me?
I would like the user to be able to input the ad number into a search field and then have the script search the page for the number. Once the number is found I would like it to be highlighted and displayed in the middle of the screen. One of the scripts listed in my post worked in most browsers but would show the results in IE at the very bottom of the page (which could be easily over looked). The other script I posted displayed the results in the middle of the page for IE but did not work at all in Google Chrome or Safari.
<script> <!-- Hide from old browsers /****************************************** * Find In Page Script -- Submitted/revised by Alan Koontz (alankoontz@REMOVETHISyahoo.com)
I am using infinite scroll plugin. I am adding new elements to the page. I would also like to add a div using after().However because these elements are being added after the DOM has loaded, it is not being picked up.Here is the code I tried.
I currently have basic text fields for the dates to be entered in to. Now wish to allow users to click calender thumbnail for a pop up calender to select the date, but the script i got only allows one popup. Does anyone know of a script that i can reuse more than once in the same page?