I am running what is called "XpressEngine" on my website. It is a Korean CMS tool that is like Joomla and it loads jquery 1.3.2 as standard on its boards and etc.
I have developed a new design website with jquery 1.4.2 and it works fine with by it self.. but it does not when it loads a board running by XE. I guess the reason is that the websites loads two jquery. So I tried to load the jquery 1.3.2 only so that it can run both my board and the website layout, but layout is not working with jquery 1.3.2. (except, if I only import jquery 1.3.2, then the board works fine but not the layout.) I guess my code is some what requiring jquery 1.4.2.. but I am not sure why yet..
My question is, is there any way to import jquery 1.4.2 and 1.3.2 simultaneously? (I personally think its not possible though..
I am developing a site for my client in wordpress. According to clients needs I have to add 6-7 jquery instances into a site. means I need to import jquery.js file for each of JQuery effect such as menu, slider, scrooler, tabs, buttonsinto a site. Because of this site loading time is affected and I need to use noconflict() function to make jquery variable separate for each of JQuery effect. I need help to improve site loading time by minimizing importing of jquery.js file. but I need to keep all the effect as before.
Is it possible to handle conflicts between 2 versions of jQuery loaded in the same page? Assume that two applications (from different developers that know nothing of each other) share the same canvas (page) and each one of the developers is allowed to register global JavasScript libraries on the page. If each developers registers a different version of Jquery how could the hosting page handle conflicts?
I'm new on the forum and also using JQuery, came to this Framework thru ZendFramework.... My problème is that i've done an animation that works fine on all browsers (Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari) but not on any IE ?
I have a problem with attr() function.I made my own lightbox and with jQuery 1.4.x it works nice. But now I use 1.7 and there is a problem. When I called attr in 1.4 $(element).attr("rel") when element hasn't rel, it returns empty string, but in 1.7 it returns undefined.Why? I read a changelog and I didn't find any change at that function.
I have a site which uses a version of jQuery that might be an older version and when I try to add the code for PrettyPhoto which uses jQuery version 1.4.2 the site breaks. The earlier version of jQuery is used to implement the accordion effect and the background resizing effect.
Can someone peek at the multiple versions of jQuery in my code and tell me more about what is going on and how I can fix it?
In my opinion, if there is an issue with this, shouldn't jQuery intercept and wrap the call to something that does work in Webkit? Again - this is not meant to be negative, but as an end-developer, I think I should be able to rely on same behaviour of all methods provided in the jQuery library, regardless of what browser/version is being used. (or perhaps at least document it in the api docs?)
I'm brand new to jQuery, so I apologize if this is a 101 question, but I'm trying to sort out a production issue. I do QA for an ecommerce website. When one of our developers made some changes to our application recently, a couple of the plugins we use stopped working on those pages. Looking at the code, it seems we load jQuery 1.4 and several plugins, including autocomplete and popdown. In the changes, for some reason, the developer loads jQuery 1.4.2 (after 1.4 has been called) but doesn't call the plugins again. I'm assuming that this is the reason the plugins stop working. Can anyone confirm this theory?
(The reasons why we don't call 1.4.2 earlier in the document are, sadly, mostly bureaucratic. If I can get this confirmation, hopefully I can push through that.)
I have a site that I am developing where I use the prettyPhoto plugin to display larger size versions of photos. I have everything configured as per the directions on the plugin page here: [URL] I am experiencing a weird issue however. When I mouseover my anchor image, the mouseover is only on the top and bottom half of my image. The whole middle section of my anchor image is getting no mouseover effect. Meaning my cursor only changes to a pointer on the top & bottom parts of the image. It changes back to a regular cursor when directly in the middle of the image. The anchor image (the image I'm using to link to the larger version) is sized 333px wide by 500px tall and I am linking to jQuery version 1.5 as hosted on the Google api server.
prettyPhoto is working perfectly except for this mouseover issue. I do have a caption telling the user to click the picture to see the larger version, however if they mouseover directly in the center and don't see the mouseover effect they may think something is wrong. Does anyone know what I may be doing wrong and how I could fix the issue?
Thats my attempt to use it to import my flash music player. It works and it doesnt- the player imports alright, but it erases the rest of the page content! Thats not what Im going for, why does it happen? and how do I fix it?
I hopen a new empty window from js code: var win = window.open("","debug","width=500,height=300,modal,dialog,resizable"); and I add some element to the new window: win.document.write("<img src="image.gif>"); win.document.write.....
How can I add the stylesheet information of the file x.css (how and where I must write in the new window the line: <?xml-stylesheet href="x.css" type="text/css"?> )
I am importing a Word Press blog to a web site, but it looks kind of sloppy. You can see it here : What I need to do is just present the title, and maybe the first 100 characters, then have a "read more" link. Once this link is clicked, the full article will show on the same page.
This seems to work nicely, however I am wondering if is possible to use a similar method to remove the import once the user navigates away from a map page. I figure it's a waste of time having all of that stuff in memory wasting space when we are unlikely to use it again. When profiling, the Google Maps API code causes both the longest load time and highest memory usage of any page on the entire website.
I've done a similar thing with styles, using an empty style tag with a name property set. I can then insert page-specific styles and remove them when the page changes. The trouble is, the script tag doesn't have a name property, or seemingly any properties that can be used to identify it other than the src. I could check against this and remove the tag, but is that actually going to remove the JS and free up memory, or will it really just remove the entry from the DOM but not release the mem?
I was wondering how to have the names listed line-by-line in two text files (first name, surname) and to call the files when the user clicks the generate name button.
If I have to test my code on different Netscape versions, can I download and run those versions on the same computer or will it create conflicts? And if I had to test only one version which one should it be - which one has the most common elements to all the versions?
I have this function which rounds up the <p>s, checks their ids, twice, for specific letter combinations and, depending on the combination, changes the class name in one of two ways. It's referencing <p> tags with ids that look like this: <p id="Labaabb6">, where 'a' could be 'b' & vice versa, '6' any number from 1 to 6, and 'L' is just there to be zero in the character count. Still here? OK, there are six variations, V1() to V6(): these work standalone, but it'd be good to combine them. This is where I'm having some trouble...