simple code page with div content, there some things and i do :alert( $("#content").html() ); gives me really nasty code in IE it adds some of default values, changes code to uppercase as for really old html opera and firefox works fine is there a way to avoid custom code added by IE?
Is there a piece of code that can be added to the HTML to tell internet explorer to run the script?
w3schools has ' Try it Yourself ' tab when visitors can edit code for tutorial.i wanna doing this type of function and i have already done but only a problem facing.An additional code Website Analytic Code always appears in my ' Try It Yourself ' textarea field.how can i avoid this additional code?
I then loop over the table cells and check if the cells have text in them. For some reason the cells that had text dropped into them do not recognize having text when I look at them via .html()...The cells that were populated with text when the page was loaded are seen just fine...I look at each cell using the following...
I have a page with a form, that represent questions and the corresponding answers.I defined the minimum questions, answers, and their maximum.So I added a link in the form to add question (along with the minimum amount of answers), and a link per question to add an answer in it.the "click" event for my links is like:
the code look more like JS, but basically it.adds the html code in the corresponding divs.The problem is the following: if I add a question, it also add a link to add answers to this question, but this link does not fire the event.Did I miss something to add to make it work?I mean the link in html page is exactly the same, I even tried not changing the part with the int, it still doesn't work.
I am generating HTML based on user actions (in this case, populating a table with the result from AJAX calls).
In my context, I have a link where there is a Quantity field, which I would like to be editable. When I create the html, I give a unique ID to each row, (to reference to a JSON object), however I am unable to get the ID for said row, seeing as the DOM tree is parsed on the pageload and doesn't seem to update when I add elements to the page.
This means that $(this).parent('tr').attr('id') is not returning anything at all.
How would I make it so I can retrieve the ID of my row (which was created/added to the page after it was parsed)?
I want the user to be able to move html elements around and even edit it like add effects like fade in and out etc.
Then after all the changes I want to overwrite the existing php file that does this for that user. how can you make such changes and then save it to a file?
Here's what I'm trying to do: 1) I get reference to a div that's on my page: var theDiv = $("#" + divID); 2) Now I want to add a custom attribute tag to it, so for instance I want to add "winWidth" so that the div object now contains "winWidth=" for instance. 3) I want to set winWidth now since it's part of theDiv to a value
I just started with jQuery and AJAX so I'm hoping that I'm just missing something obvious. I have a comment field and I have already finished all the functionality of allowing users to add comments to the page using an AJAX form.
The problem that I have is that the comment <div> itself has some rollover properties for edit/delete so that those links only appear when the mouse enters the comment div. For whatever reason, they only appear on comments that existed on the page load. Any comments that are added while on the page aren't accessible to jQuery until I reload the page. Is that normal behavior?
I have a custom HTML tag: <custom>text is here</custom>
I can do anything I would like in terms of calling methods with mozilla but not IE 6. For instance calling appendChild in IE results in an error. The innerHTML property is blank even though there is text between the tag.
Is there a work around for IE. What gives with IE and being able to access and manipulate custom tags??
I know very little js, but I've been reading up on it, mainly for one reason. (I'm a PHP programmer and I've just used js for small tasks like client-side form validation, that sort of thing).
What I want to do is make a textarea with buttons, similar to a BB editor, but which will use defined html tags; I'll use <div style="box1"> and <h1 style="greenunderline"> for examples. I've tried to modify some open source editors and get utterly lost in trying, and I'm not sure that approach would work anyway.
The buttons would need to function two ways, again like a BB editor.
1) It could simply insert the start and end tags in the textarea;
2) If text were selected, it would put the tag in front of the selection and the end tag after.
I have a form, with a submit button. Inside this form i have one input text field, in addition to an add more button to add more of that input field using JQuery .html(val);. Now the issue appears when I submit the form, all inline added input fields are not recognized, they are not set and there is no data for them in the POST.
I have a dynamic HTML table which gets populated by coldfusion and displayed, I have a column called performace which holds numeric values. I need to select the top 3 best performace value in the column and then highlight the entire rows in different colours. Can any one help me in doing it?
Hint : Something like a code to highlight a <tr id=#idx#> with this ID = #idx#.
I am trying to find how to use custom tags in html and render data based on their use.
A good example is the joomla <jm:whatever> tag.
I found the following article: [url]
I think it might be outdated though because the behavior:url element does not seem to work. Plus, when I check the style sheet on a joomla site, it doesnt seem to use this method. I think these tags might be xml but I do not know how to render them based on the tag.
For example: <customAbbrv:display src="test.html" label="Test" />
I would want this tag to fire test.html and pass the attribute label which is set to Test.