JQuery :: Get A Series Of Objects To Fade In Sequence?
Nov 17, 2010
I have four icons that I wish to face in when the page loads. When the first image is 25% faded, the second will fade in. When the second is 25% faded, the third will fade in. When the third is 25% faded, the fourth will fade in. Since I have never touched jQuery, with the exception of downloading plugins and using them, how should i best go about this?
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 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.
I can't for the life of me figure out how to fill 12 text boxes with a repeating number of numbers (this is for a 1 year forecast).If a user enter 3 different numbers in the first 3 text boxes and leaves all others empty I want that series of numbers repeated in the rest until the end when I click a button.
i (more-or-less) understand how animation queuing works when animating a single element, but what's the best practice or most efficient approach for animating 2 different elements in a sequence? callbacks on complete?this example animates #black and #white simultaneously, when what i'd like to do is animate #black, then #white:[code]
I created an internal application which shows a large list of tasks that will be completed on a server by a script. It will go through each in order and update a database with its status (E.x "Failed", "Good", "Errors: <msg>").What I am doing currently is pulling the ID's of these tasks from a database, and then passing them to JQ to .load() the actual content for each div.What I would like to do is figure out a way to have each div reload as something is happening to it. So, lets say the script fires on the server and begins to process task ID 1. I would like to figure out a good way to be able to instantiate reloading for each div, as it is being processed.I do not wish to reload the entire page, I would not like for all 200+ divs to be constantly refreshing.
How to change style on a series of divs (with similar structure but different content) *only if* all the children are visible (that's using visibility, not display). Sample div: <div class="h"> <p class="a1">text</p> <p class="b2">more text></p> <p class="b3">text text</p> <p class="a4">text...</p> <p class="link_display_none_visibility_visible">div name</p></div> I think it needs to use contents(), but not sure about handling node numbers.
So, there's a main column of content and to the left of the main column is an A element that is absolutely positioned.I have an announcement system that when there's an active announcement, a box is rendered above the main column, pushing the main column down. However, the A element that is absolutely positioned stays where it is.I added code to check for an active announcement and add a class to the A element so it'll keep it positioned alongside the left-border of the main column.When a user closes the announcement box, it fades out, and the maincolumn moves back up to fill the space - but the positioned A element does not follow. I then added code to the function I had to fade out the box and save a cookie to show the user had closed the active announcement box which removed the active-announcement class I had PHP add to the A element.
The problem is, even though the removeClass function is last in the series of functions, it fires first - the positioned A element moves up to where it should be BEFORE the active announcement box fades out.How can I change this so that the positioned A element has its class removed after the other two things have taken place?[code]
I would like to show users 10 images (DIVs) on which they can click. Images will be numbers (0-9) and they have to click on correct sequence (example 4 6 3 2 2 7) and then click "submit" button. If they don't get correct sequence they get shown some message about wrong numbers, but if they get it wight they should get some message of success. I am searching for some similar jquery or ajax scripts and can't find anything. Has anyone seen this kind of samples anywhere or could share some code?Attachments unlock.jpgSize : 35.81 KB Download : 266
I am a self thought web developer and am constantly having problems making sure that certain commands are finished executing before others are started. My most recent problem is trying to append a large amount of data, to a div, then sliding it down slowly. Since that data takes a while to append, the system is doing both at the same time, therefore not giving me the slide down effect. Here is the code:
Where "SomeDiv" is part of "cpage" and "data" is a large amount of images. I would like to execute line 1 and then all the other lines simultaneously. It is currently executing all of the simultaneously.
I need to have a series of images cycle in the background, and for each image, text should appear on the right or left side and slide into position. I thought this would be simple but can't really find any information about how to connect these two events. I've done plenty of background image cycling, but never tied a particular image to a particular animated effect. One, can this be done...if so, how challenging is this? And Two, would anyone know of a location of similar stuff. I've seen a bunch of sites that use Flash for this, but it seems like jQuery would be quicker and more robust.
I have a working example of jQuery validate working in the link below. The newsletter checkbox is required and working. However, the "colors" checkboxes are all named as an array ( ex: name="color" ), and so the problem lies in the validation code, where it uses the name of the element to require elements ( ex: newsletter: "required" ).
I have three radio buttons, and when a certain radio is selected I want to show a series of checkboxes. If the other two radio buttons are selected, I want to hide the checkboxes. I *think* the problem is that I am using the wrong syntax to call the click() function on the radio "name" attribute.