i am trying to learn how to position a show/hide module to the "a" that triggers it, instead of a literal positioning through css this is a sample of the module i am trying to position.[URL]..would like to set the object relative to the cell where the trigger exists. can anyone point me in the direction of tutorials or samples of this behavior?
I'm trying to add the "you have unsaved changes" message to a form. I have it working in every browser except IE7 and IE8.I have set the onbeforeunload with using a global "goodExit" variable (that's supposed to help IE, and it did partially).The thing is, that I have multiple tabs on the page, so I only show part of the form at any given time. If they change a field on one tab, the top of the page shows a visual box of "unsaved data", so that as the users changes tabs the box at the top still shows.The problem is that, IE fires the onbeforeunload anytime someone clicks to change tabs. The only thing that happens when they click a tab is that I use jQuery to show/hide the DIVs appropriately.Why does IE fire onbeforeunload when changing the display of DIVs???!!!No other browser does this.The global "goodExit" variable meant to help IE, seems to work, except that goodExit is set to true if they change any field on a tab, so that then the next tab they switch to fires the event.
I wanna implement a button that shows the context menu. I already implemented[URL].. I am now searching for hours about those 2 terms but have not found an answer yet. Also tried to trigger it myself but had no success yet.
I have some divs laid on top of each other. By clicking somewehre specific I want to hide all the divs but except for one - which is related to the point i clicked - to show up.Here is my code so far:The function will be called by something like this:
All these divs are in the same from the right_nav-class.I guess the problem lies within line 6, where I want to select the div that should show up and is given as the argument of the function.The commented lines are things I already tried, but didn't work either, especially $(this).style seems to be invalid.It does hide all divs as i want, but the one i want to show again doesn't show up. It just stays hidden...
i searched the forum, but did not find a working solution for my problem. IE6/7 are not hiding the divs in the $(document).ready function. Tried also:
$("#closed").css('display', 'none'); document.getElementById('closed').style.display = 'none'; It is working when i add the ID "closed" to the <li>-Element instead of the <div>-Container. All other browsers are working fine.
I'm trying to get jquery to show a specific div "apDiv2" after a hide effect. Basically the click function will hide all divs with ids containing 'adDiv' in the id and then I want to fade up a specific div based on the id of the clicked object. It hides all the divs correctly but the show doesn't seem to work.
I'm having a problem on: [URL] I've got a menu on z-index:0; and a footer on z-index:1; if you're doing a mouse over, the menu pops up under the footer. But the menu is longer than the footer (it's a png image) so you see the menu stock under it what isn't exactly the meaning. if there was a overflow-bottom:hidden; it's was solved but now i don't know what to do!
For me one of the best things about jQuery is that I don't have to worry about browser compatiblity.I wrote some code to extend an excisting jQuery application (Galleria) and only tested it in FireFox. I split a long list with thumbs in several blocks: deel0, deel1, deel2 etc. After that I hide every block except the first one. If the visitor clicks on "Next serie" I hide the first block and show the second. All seemed to go well until I tested the page in IE6. The jQuery effects "hide" and "show" work fine in FireFox but not in IE6. When I click on "Next serie" the next block of thumbs don't show.
Note that these issues are specific to IE8, and I am using for the purpose of creating a program which works in IE, FF, Chrome, so I've only tested my solutions in those 3. I wasn't sure whether to start this as a question (as I am asking for an easier solution) or if I note it as a problem or discussion.
Any time I've used .show(x) where x > 0 on anything inside of a table, I get this "flicker", which has been mysterious to me for a while. As I need the row to expand it's height when the object grows, so I can't use "position:absolute;", which I found as a suggestion elsewhere (and does work...if the space is already allocated).
I hope this helps anyone who is having the IE "flicker" issue, and I hope even more that someone out there can give an easier solution!
I am attempting to create a sort of popup effect when you hover over a certain div (.box)This is the code I have worked out but nothing seems to work.What I think it is supposed to do is on hover of the div "box" the opaque id will show which has the styling to make the entire page opaque around the div. None of it works however. And yes, this in in wordpress if there are any conflict issues.
I need to make a simple drop down menu with full-width div's. The hidden div's should show on mouseover, and not close until the trigger and div lose the mouseover, either because the mouse tracks over another menu ink and triggers it's tab, or because the mouse leaves the menu completely. There are lots of menus that function this way -- [URL] -- but I'm trying to avoid hacking through all the css and js files they call to find the pertinent styles and functions.
I have a tab panel which loads external content dependent on the chosen tab.
Due to space issues i would like the content to be expandable via show/hide functionality, however I can't seem to figure out a way to target the #expandpanel id within the tab panel when the tab panel content is loaded as an external page.