I am trying to make a form where the user is only able to select an option from one of the drop down menus and if they click both then submit an error should pop up telling them to select just one. Now I have found this code:
the first problem is that my menu must be named "id2" which causes a problem due to the bracketed 2 and the 2 after. Is there any way around that?the second problem I forsee is that this will only work with 1 drop down box being unselected. I need a code that will give the warning if nothing is selected OR if something is selected in both drop downs.
I am using jQuery tool tip plugin. It works fine but a problem which I am facing is that on some fields where I don't have a tool tip plugin It shows me the tooltip for the older field (the tooltip for the field which was last shown). The last tool tip is repeated for other fields also which do not have a tool tip. I do not want to show any tool tip where there is none. How can I do that.
I'm trying to make two drop down lists. The first will be a list of regions, such as USA and Canada. The second will contain cities within those regions, such as Washington or Ottawa. The second's content will be conditional upon the user's selection of the region. I have this so far: Code:
I have a form that uses jeditable to edit-in-place several fields and select boxes. Everything is working great. Now I need to a way to add a new option to the select list. What I would like is the user select "Add New..." from the select list that would pop-up a dialog window where several fields are filled in. When the form is saved the select field is updated with the new ID and description. I use Facebox for pop-up windows to display notes when the user clicks on a topic. I know Facebox can be used to display a form. It would be ideal to use this ability when creating a new option for the select box.
I've been working on a redesign of our site at ExperiencePlus for some time now, and long ago chose CBE menu 9 over the other menu technologies out there because of its browser independance. Problem is, as you can see, we have a pretty large site; load-times for the menus and associated scripts are approaching prohibitive. So I'm trying to speed things up.
You can see the results of some simplification here - still about the same speed by my guesstimates.
So, my question is twofold, I guess. First, Mike, do you have any ideas about how long it will take X menu 4 to reach maturity? No pressure ;^) If it were ready now, I'd just drop CBE in favor of X.
Second question: How much performance improvement can I expect from removing unnecessary code (sliding, for example) from the CBE core files? I haven't played with that stuff at all, except to read it now & then when looking for solutions to problems. Does anyone have a similarly large implementation of CBE menu9 that runs faster, so that perhaps they could share their experience?
One final thing: I'm planning to eventually shove all this into a PHP document that will auto-generate chunks of the menu from database queries, especially around the tour & country listings and our "Resource Room." (X menu 4 looks like it would be vastly superior for that purpose, since it's so lean.) I'm interested in hearing from anybody who's tried to do something like this, whether they succeeded or not.
I would like to create three Pull Down Menus..This is how they would look. continents would make first Pull Down menu, the second would be countries, So if one picks from the first say Africa, the second would have only the countries in Africa. And when one clicks the second one, that is picking a country ... say Sudan, then the third Pull Down will have states/provinces in Sudan.
I am trying to create 2 different drop down menus which are chained.
First drop down menu: options 1, 2, 3, and 4
Second drop down menu: options 1, 2, 3 and 4
However for the first drop down menu, if you choose the number then that number cannot be selected again on the second drop down menu. So if i pick 4 on the first drop down. then only 1, 2, and 3 should show up on the second drop down OR if you pick 4 on the second drop down it gives you an error saying you selected that value.
Here is the complicated part that I cannot figure out.
I want each drop down menus on two different pages and not on the same page. So after you select the submit button on the first drop down it should go to another page with the second drop down.. Has anyone seen this before.
I'm trying to implement the Growl option for the blockUI plugin, the "hard" way ( as seen here: http:[url].... second to last example). The reason why I'm going the "hard" way is because I'd like to have multiple Growl messages - one for an error,one for a success, etc, all of which have different background images / styles (ex: a red X for error, a green checkmark for a success).The "easy" growl method, while allowing for different text content,only allows for one style. Thus I'm trying to get around this limitation using the "hard" way:
subsequently adding different styles in my stylesheet. Yet I get an error that says "data.parent = node.parentNode", when I try and run the above code. Has anyone had any luck getting *different* growl messages with different styles/images in them to run on the same page?
Using Jquery Cycle Plugin i have multiple containers on the same page. they have a next and prev button. the problem is, when i click the next button it will cause the containers on the pageadvance simultaneously, same goes for the previous button. it works fine when i click just on the images (they will go to the next image) but not with the prev. and next. button. i know i have to add some kind of var. to it. and i tried it but with no luck.
my only issue is whenever 1st time it checks the record if found record it display message Record Found but whenever i try to change my textbox value it still gives me this message. it does not get reset if record not found.
I've been beating my head against a wall for a few days trying to get this working. I'm trying to create a dynamic menu where a user selects one item and another select list is shown, then another and another (and so on). Here is my JS, it *should* be taking the ID of the div, comparing it to the selected value and then showing another div by settings it's class property to visible: