JQuery :: Finding The Right Selector?

Jan 20, 2010

i am creating a simple dynamic menu for my study with the following structure:


now i need to find the correct selector for the mouseout event, because now the submenu disappears if i am getting of the current element (this) of the mainmenu, but i only want it to disappear if it is not anymore over the submenu, or if the mouse goes over another element of the main menu.

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JQuery :: Finding The Correct Selector?

Apr 16, 2011

So, from this:



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JQuery :: 'input:text' Selector Not Finding Input Element With No Type Attribute?

Mar 16, 2011

As recently as 1.4.3 $('input:text') would find input elements with no type attribute, but after upgrading to 1.5.1 that is no longer the case.

Is this a bug or an intended refactor to be more standards compliant?

FYI - this is the selector I now have to use: $('input:text,input:not([type])')

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JQuery :: Difference Between Class Selector And ID Selector?

Sep 8, 2011

Are there any difference between class selector and ID selector

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Find Example Of Country Selector Which Also Provides A State Selector If USA Is Chosen

Jun 5, 2009

I'm trying to find an example of a country selector (which also provides a state selector if USA is chosen) then you cvan select the city, any samples out there?

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JQuery :: Finding A <p> In A <div>?

Jul 22, 2010

Title doesn't really give this thread justice ... I have a content div with an image and text included into it. This same div class is being used multiple times. What I want is to be able to click the image, and have the <p> in that div toggle to show or hide. Here is the XHTML code for the front-end:

<div class="content">
<img src="image_big.gif" alt="image" class="toggle_font" />
<p> Caption for the next image. </p>


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JQuery :: Finding An ID Then Changing It?

Jan 20, 2011

I have a link styled with css that I'd like to change with a mouse event. It's going to be on a touch screen so I'm assuming I should adopta mouseUp/mouseDown model?


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JQuery :: Finding The First Li Without A Class?

Aug 18, 2010

I have the following$('.eventsMPH').find('li.comingUp:first').attr('id');This gives me the first <li> with a class of 'comingUp'. However how do I get the first <li> with a class of 'comingUp' BUT without a class of 'clone'

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JQuery :: Finding Element In DOM After Using Load?

Apr 14, 2010

I'm fairly new to jquery and I've been stumped on this one for a day now. I'm creating a lighbox type photo gallery on a page. The box is simply a hidden div that is displayed when the user clicks a link. When the link is clicked to launch a gallery I'm using the .load() function to grab another page and load it into the hidden div which is now displayed.

The code looks like this $('#galleryBox').load('boxModal.php?ID=' + ID)); The issue I'm having is after I load up the gallery box with boxModal.php.. I want to be able to respond to the click or mouseover event of the images that have loaded in that box. But I can't seem to find the images in the DOM. Is it possible to add event handlers to images loaded using the .load() function?

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JQuery :: Finding Index Of An Element?

Jan 25, 2011

I have a calendar in which each day is a separate div, and all these are within a container div #cal. When a user mouses over one of the days, I want to figure out the index number of that day's div within #cal. Simplified example:

<div id="cal">
<div onmouseover="findIt()" id="nov1">1</div>
<div onmouseover="findIt()" id="nov2">2</div>
<div onmouseover="findIt()" id="nov3">3</div>

I can easily get the index of #nov2 from Firebug if I do this in the console:
$('#cal div').index($('#nov2')

But, I can't figure out how to write a function so that I don't need to assign an id to each day div. I'd like to be able to just take "this" from the moused-over div, and pass that to a function that can turn it into the needed index.

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JQuery :: Finding Out Which Element Exactly Was Clicked?

Jul 14, 2010

I am working on a little project with fullcalendar but while writing some callback functions stumbled upon an issue: Fullcalendar generates html that looks like this: <a><span></span><span></span><span></span></a>.

Now there is an eventClick callback that is fired when clicking on that <a> element. However, in that callback I would like to know which <span> element was clicked.

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JQuery :: Finding Previous H3 From Clicked Tr

Feb 4, 2011

First some sample clode:

I have a jQuery click event handler on the dethead tr's which is fine.

But what I want to find in this click event handler is the previous <h3> to the clicked <tr>

So if I click on item1, item2 or item3 I want to find the <h3>Heading 1</h3>

I click on item4, item5 or item6 I want to find the <h3>Heading 2</h3>

NOTE: Not all the <h3> will have the same classes, if any class at all.

Been trying various things from Tree Traversal but have not found the right combination.

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JQuery :: Finding An Element More Efficient Than Another?

Jan 26, 2010

Since jQuery parses the entire dom first, is there any efficiency gain in directing it via the entire CSS chain rather than directly to an ID? That is, if I have a Div with an ID of "foo" and it contains a P with an ID of "bar", is there any speed advantage in using $(div#foo p#bar) as opposed to just using $(p#bar), assuming jQuery would be more efficient if it had both indexes?

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JQuery :: Finding The Multiple Values?

May 11, 2009

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Is there a way to find multiple values?This script checks <u>name = ben</u>, what about I want to check if <u>name = ben</u> and <u>name = joe</u>?

var</span><span> items </span><span>=</span><span> </span><span>[{</span><span>id</span><span>:</span><span>1</span><span>,</span><span> name</span><span>:</span><span>'bob'</span><span>},</span><span> </span><span>{</span><span>id</span><span>:</span><span>2</span><span>,


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JQuery :: Finding Items In An UL By Their LI's Attributes?

Jun 16, 2009

I've been trying to work this out for a bit now but seem to have come a bit unstuck. I'd like to be able to use .find to search an <UL> element and find out if there are any items with two attributes the same as a search choice. i.e. : My UL looks like this :

<li id="1" typeref="E" typeid="1">Element 1</li>
<li id="2" typeref="E" typeid="2">Element 2</li>

I would like to do a search of the above UL and get back the id of the first LI element you can see in the list there by doing a search for typeref="E" && typeid="1". Is that possible using Jquery?

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JQuery :: Finding Multiple Items?

Nov 9, 2010

I have a table containing multiple rows (tr), each row has two columns (td). In the first columnIhave acheckbox, when this checkbox is clicked i need it to change the class of a div in the second column of the row.


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Jquery :: Finding The Right List Object?

Mar 29, 2011

I'm trying to create an multiple upload script and the upload part is working fine, but...When a file is uploading a animated gif is shown in the list part <li></li>. If I only upload 1 at the time everything looks just fine and the animated gif is changed to the just uploaded image. Great!. But if I upload 2 or mare at the same time the problem is there. For each upload I start a list object is created. This part works fine, but when picture 1 is done uploading it is shown in the last created list object and the same is picture 2 overwriting picture 2. This is not good... How can I change this?

Code JavaScript:
var mynewLI = null;
new aUpload(uploadBtn, {[code].....

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Jquery :: Finding The Parent Of An Iframe?

Aug 31, 2011

I'm using dynamically created upload fields that are in iframes.(There is an "add another" button.) After uploading the file in the iframe, the file path is passed back to a hidden field in the form. The tricky part is passing the data back to the correct hidden field since the name can't be determined ahead of time. Passing the data through $_GET or $_POST data is highly problematic. So is there a way to find the div that contains the iframe from within the iframe.

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JQuery :: Finding Non-Predetermined DOM Insertion Point?

May 12, 2010

How can jQuery locate a non-predetermined DOM insertion point? My application relies on custom code to "bootstrap" itself. I'm wondering if similar functionality is available in jQuery?

My app works in the following fashion:
- user places a script tag in their web page.
- my script fires and performs the following routines:
- scriptLocation = whereAmI()? (find scripts in document, length -1)
- insertBefore(DIV, scriptLocation);
- use DIV as canvas, DOM target for all that follows
- install application in DIV

Note that my custom app does not wait for any kind of "ready" state. It has no dependencies on the surrounding document. It fires inline. My impression is that jQuery's approach ("Find something, do something") is incompatible, because it relies on a known DOM insertion point. It would seem straightforward to "query" the DOM, and find an element of known ID. That would conflict with my business constraint; I have no control over the destination page. Are my assumptions about jQuery true? Or is there a way for a jQuery script to wake up, find its location, and the install elements there?

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JQuery :: Finding A Child Element Of A Wrapped Set?

Feb 2, 2010

I'm trying to add a click listener to a list element that has a hidden unordered list.

<script type="text/javascript">


Basically, I'm looking for a way to find a list element that has a ul child, and then hide or show that ul. What I have here doesn't seem to be working.

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JQuery :: Finding A String And Hiding Another Element?

May 11, 2011

I'm pretty new to jQuery and this is giving me a lot of trouble! I found some code jQuery code to give me a great start but I can't get the logic to where I need it to be. Here is what I have:

$('p', 'body')


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JQuery :: Finding Control Inside A Row With Rowindex?

Aug 5, 2011

How to find control inside row of selected rowindex. Here when i select first row, class must be toggled with tat row only.



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JQuery :: Finding Elements In A Response From An Call?

Nov 19, 2010

how could I get the element with id "testing123" and append it to the body? or print it to the console? or anything to test that its working.



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JQuery :: Finding ID's And Checked Status Of Checkboxes?

Feb 22, 2010

I have a form which I populated with checkboxes having ID based on the records pulled from a table.


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JQuery :: Finding The Number Of Elements Within An Element?

Aug 22, 2011

What would be the easier way to do this? For each of the list elements I want to check how many image elements are inside each, and do something with the one that has only one image.

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JQuery :: Finding The Width Of A Background Image?

Oct 5, 2011

I'm trying to learn a bit more Javascript/jQuery and I want to write a bit of code to adjust 'background-position' based on the width of the 'background-image'. So my short question is, How can I find the width of a background image using Javascript/jQuery? For those who are interested in what I'm doing (or trying): I have a list where each item has a background image along with some text. I want the images to all centrally-align along a vertical axis in a space to the left of the text. Problem is, the images are different widths, so I want to use jQuery to find their widths and calculate the appropriate background-position.


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