I'm using some click events on normal <a> tags. When I rewrite the links within a html() method call, the click events no longer work. I've set up a very simple example here:When the page is loaded, clicking either of the 'link 2' links displays the correct information.When 'link 1' is then clicked, the main information is redisplayed. However, now, the 'link 2' link in the main paragraph doesn't work, although the 'link 2' link in the menu does.
I am currently using load() to display content upon clicking a line. I would like to add another load function to the same anchor's click event. I tried applying the click function to the sam a.class but it did not work.I have the load a.class within an accordion. here is my current jQuerry functions on the page
I am fairly new to JQuery and have been asked by my manager to implement the flip plugin into one of our on-line courses.I have got the 'flip' code working fine, and have a number of tiles that get flipped (like this).My question is, how do I know when a user has flipped each of the tiles? I can't just do a count as they could click on one tile multiple times.
I want to get all the click events attached to a webpage..or in simple language how to find, if an element contains click event??<span onclick="http://www.google.com">google</span>if a page contains element like this i can easily get like this
I'd like to have a hyperlink on a page, that when clicked reveals some hidden text below the hyperlink AND at the same time opens a new browser window to a specified URL (which would have been declared in the HTML code NOT the jQuery bind code). There will be several of these 'Click here to reveal password and open site' hyperlinks on the page. Will this scenario cause a problem in the sense that if you click on one hyperlink then all of the reveals would be triggered and numerous windows would be opened?
would just like to set some "click" function on specific LI element in menu. As you can see, every LI level has it's own class. I specify a .live() function ( because I'm dealing with .ajax and append() ) if maybe this is a problem ? Clicking on a child element you can see that the .click() function is called even the class is diferent,
The problem is lines 37 and 38. opts.onHide calls the callback function sliderOnHide (which performs an Ajax load call) at the bottom of the listing. The problem is that line 38 starts executing before line 37 completes, thus line 38 cannot calculate a proper outerHeight. how to ensure line 37 completes before line 38 begins too do so? (If you have any other tips for the rest of the code, feel free to pass it on. This is my first plugin. Using it to get a feel for jQuery.)
The code is supposed to generate this: PS: This is generated by a PHP Function that the Ajax Load Method Calls.
I've been noticing a lot of problems when loading these stuff, Sometimes I have to remake the HTML Tags because its not showing anything. Is there any option? I want it to load EXACTLY how it is, I don't know if this is some kind of protection for bad code, but if it is I would like to disable. But also, this code is really clean. no problem, I don't know.
I'm relatively new to JQuery and am having troubles trying to get two functions to work together. I have a pagination function and a modal dialog function. Each one is triggered by different anchor tags. My troubles happen whenever one function is triggered, the other function can not be triggered anymore. If I trigger the modal dialog, the pagination function can't be triggered, and when the pagination is triggered first, the modal dialog no longer triggers. I've tried to use .die() and .unbind() on the click events for the opposing function. That seems to work only once. then the opposing function can no longer be triggered. I think I am on the right path, just need to have some guidance on where I'm going wrong.
I have an div element (lets call it div number 1) that I have attached a click event to using jquery.bind() method. That works fine. I then have another div element (div number 2) that is absolute positioned on top of div 1. Now div number 2 also has a click event binded to it, which works... the problem is when I click div 2 and the click event triggers, so does the click event from div 1... I don't want the click event from div 1 to fire.
I've tried searching for this under the forums — and maybe it's because I just am using the wrong terms — but I cannot find any answers around this. Here's the skinny:
I've got a listener for click events from links in DIV #1 in the loaded document, and when a user clicks on one of those links, it passes a value to a .get() function and runs a simple AJAX call and dumps the data/html results into DIV #2.
After that click event, DIV #2 has a bunch of links in it, and I'm trying to traverse that dynamically assembled list and perform another .get() function based upon whatever link they click in DIV #2.
Based on the parameter passed from the link in the dynamically assembled DIV #2 box, it would run the .get() function and fill DIV #3 with the data/html results from that second AJAX call. The problem is that I can't seem to detect any sort of click event from the contents of DIV #2 aside from clicking on DIV #2 itself. I've tried the usual .children() to try and traverse down to where the inserted links would be, but that's not working (e.g.: $("#div2").children("a").click(); ). I've also tried .find(), filter() and .has() but it doesn't respond, as if there was nothing there.
I have a feeling it's something simple that I'm missing here; but I've no clue what I'm doing wrong. It seems that you should be able to traverse the DOM, even when you're essentially building it dynamically based upon a user's selection or an event within the DOM.
what I should be using to use to detect click() events from dynamically assembled elements? I know exactly what DIV they'll be sent to, I just can't seem to traverse anything with them when I'm dynamically inserting HTML into them.
I have a script that's dimming the page by appending a black transparent canvas element to the body, positioning it over the page with a high z-index, and then using clearRect to cut out the sections of canvas element so that certain sections of the actual site show through..I'm having a hard time figuring out the best way to pass a click through the canvas and onto whatever would accept it if the canvas wasn't in the way so a user can edit the text.
My first choice was hiding the canvas on mousedown, and then listening for mouseup for everything underneath. but it looks terrible to have that 200ms flicker. can a trigger() be used to emulate a click at a certain (pageX,pageY)? the last option i can think of would be adding 30 divs and duplicate the punched-out canvas..but that seems like a lot of math, does anyone know of a plugin that does this? a reverse blockUI
The click event will fire if you click the <a>, OR if you tab to it with your keyboard and hit Enter.My question is: is there a way to make elements other than <a> tags accessible in this way? I recently discovered if you define a tabindex on your div, such as <div tabindex="0">test</div>, you can tab to that div, but click events don't seem to fire if you use your keyboard. Are <a> tags the only tags that can work in this way?
I'd like to switch any broken images in dynamically loaded HTML to a warning graphic, something like:
This works with with the 'click' event but not with 'error' or 'load'is there another way to do it? I remember with .live() there were restrictions on what events could be bound, but I can't find that in the documentation anymore for jQuery 1.7's .on()
how do I hook a button click event so that my handler fires first but does not affect the firing of other clickhandlers for the same button?
What I want to do is hook all the form submit button click events. When a submit button is clicked, my handler will stuff some hidden fields into the form the button is contained within. Then the handler returns and the built in form submit button handler posts the form back to the server.
I have an Ajax post that gets 100 records. That runs a callback function called Update(data.d) that loops through and populates a Div container with these records each in their own Div with numbered IDs. (It also removes old Divs so that there are never more than 100 n the container. During this loop I register the click event for each <a> called'Like':
In the examples for live() and delegate(), the selectors match at least one element that already exists. Will either of these commands work on elements for which there is no match at all on page load?
In my case, I want to bind a keyup event to the textareas that jeditable creates. I could probably create custom plug-in (to the plug-in :) to do the job, but I'd like to use live or delegate if they would work.