I currently have a webpage that scrolls between content divs with a little 'next' 'prev' next to each div them, it works fine but when you view on a larger res screen you see more than just one set of 'next' 'prev' which leads to confusion, I would like to have two fixed nav's that navigate between the parts of the page
I'm trying to add scrolling buttons that scroll the page onmousover. They work great, however, since the duration is a fixed value, and the distance changes based on how far the user scrolls, it sometimes scrolls fine (when the distance and duration are proportioned), and very slow (when the duration is way higher than the distance)...
Is there any way to change the duration based on the distance?
To make some sort of "speed" setting, instead of a constant duration?
I am at a complete loss with this plugin, so I'm hoping someone here can help me. And if after reading my post, someone can come up with a better, less frustrating plugin, I would really appreciate it. The plug-in author's site is: [URL]... The gist of it is that I am making a website for a restaurant. They want the menu to horizontally scroll between the sections of food, and within each section, have a vertically scrollable (via scroll bar) text menu in two columns. When you click on the section in the nav menu, it's supposed to take you to that food section via horizontal animated scroll. The link below is the sample page I'm testing on, and an image is attached to show you the idea of what it's supposed to look like:[URL].. That is the sample page with the JQuery.ScrollTo plugin installed.When I shrink the page, it looks like the animation *is* working (by the window scroll bars moving), just not correctly, since it's not moving the divs.
Image of what each food section should look like: Maybe this is a case of me not having the divs set up correctly with CSS? I'm not sure, I've dug myself into a messy hole.
A little difficult to explain, but here goes:I've combined a couple different jquery scrollable functions to a webpage that I'm creating. URL...for my horizontal scrolling.The problem with the vertical scrolling function is that it relies on the mousewheel and mouse clicks for scrolling and I don't feel it's immediately apparent that the text scrolls. But I really like the effect, so I've added arrows and tried to get the functionality from the vertical scrolling example, but it's not working, except for the down arrow in the content in the very last tab. When you click on an arrow, it currently takes you to the previous or next horizontal section.
We've got application builded on custom-made mvc-framework and all navigation made on POST-requests. Usually request contains "command" and some parameters. Currently our implementation of "back" functionality is pretty bad - every link on page should write command and parameters to session params so next page can take them to form "back" link. Obviously, such method leads to many bugs. Is there some jQuery plugin to make those things easier to write and maintain?
I'm new to jquery. I did some pages in jquery.I'm confuse about the use of $(document).ready. Whether I put my code inside or out of $(document).ready, it works fine. In plain english, how can we describe the use of $(document).ready?
I am trying to use the Multi Drop Down Menu plugin available at CodeNothing.com. However the problem is occuring even without calling the functions in the plugin. (It occurs when I call the functions in the plugin as well but that doesn't matter)I am experiencing some very strange behaviour. I havesome standard nested unordered lists where the top list is given the id multi-ddm. Now when I run the code below I get 1 alert (which is correct as I only have 1 child li element) saying hello.
no error appears and the alert appears once, which is correct.So is it the $(document).ready that is causing the problem or the '> li'. I cannot work it out and have been at it chopping and changing for ages.
There are pages containing input field where in user enters value. Now I have a requirement to block UI untill the document is ready and every input field is rendered. I have found that I can use blockUI plugin for this : [URL] I have also found few good examples in : [URL]
how do I call $.blockUI() on pre-ready stage and call $.unblockUI(); on .ready(). I would want my UI to be locked untill the doc is ready. I can put call to $.unblockUI(); in .ready() but where do I put $.blockUI().
I am needing to use both functions, as shown below, which are within the <head> section of my code. However, I find that if I do both, neither works. If I do only one, it works.Apparently, I don't know how to properly use $(document).ready(function(). What should I do?
I was wondering if there is something like document.ready; to trigger after all the DOM+Js is loaded. document.ready is triggered when the DOM is ready, but the js might be still loading, i would like to trigger an event only after DOM along with all the JS is loaded.
I'm relatively new to jQuery, and I'm having some trouble making aselected <tbody> display in IE. It seems to work fine in FireFox, andChrome.I've looked up various fora, but the only things I can find seem torelate to earlier versions of jQuery. We're running jQuery-min.1.3.2on this site.The relevant parts of the code which run in FF/Chrome, but appear tonot run in IE:
I'm using jQuery but it doesn't work and I don't know why? Here is my code: