JQuery :: Treeview.js Plugin - Expand All On Large Tree Demo Not Working Correctly?
Dec 16, 2011
On the treeview "Large Tree Demo" page, when "Expanding All" the links at the bottom of the page are not displayed correctly. Some of the links don't connect to the parent nodes. I have tried this using IE8 and Firefix8 with the same results. Can this be fixed ?
It felt like 99% of everything I do with jQuery involves a database some tree-structure so I figured I'd try jsTree out. I uploaded the demo and the way it seem to work is for every parent in the tree it calls a function get_children (PHP) with AJAX which makes a SELECT-query for that node to get the immediate children.
Am I missing something or isn't that extremely demanding on the database? The way I always do is get as much as I can from the database in one go then put it into PHP-arrays. With that plugin as I've seen a lot is that they put all the database-calls inside a class, do all those queries get pre-loaded or something when you call "new Database"? Or is a SELECT-query for a few rows just not that demanding at all?
I want to use the Ajaxify-Plugin ( URL... ) for my new Website. It fits exactly my needs.Sadly the animations are not working correctly.When your Internet-connection is too fast, you don't see animations at all (on a local machine also). I putted up a demo: URL...The content is supposed to fade out, then the new content gets loaded and then this new content should fade in nicely again, like in my own example, which I got from a tutorial that is just using pure jQuery resources: URL... [code]
I'm looking for an expanding/collapsing tree directory type of navigation and was wondering if someone knows of a good one that's out there and available.
What I'm specifically looking for is one that is triggered on the click of a *graphic* that toggles the show/hide. Each text nav item should be hyperlinkable to it's own link/page. So for example (the + and - are the collapse/expand graphics, the dot leader is for some formatting) [code]...
I'm using the treeview plugin [URL]. On some pages, the treeview is setup in a tab that isn't currently active. When there are some pre-opened nodes (by specifying the class "open") the nodes open, but the +/- hitarea is set to the wrong class (it's set to expandable instead of collapsible). The reason for it is the following piece of code in "applyClasses" in the pluggin. Because it's in a tab that's currently hidden, :hidden is always true, regardless of the child nodes actually being visible (but hidden).
I've downloaded treeview plugin from your website. It's very good tool but when I am selecting any node then all childs become hide only selected child become visible. I've downloaded tree from the following url: [URL].
i am following the example ajaxSubmit[URL].... here my code[URL]... i realized that the showRequest work correctly, shown all my form submit values But it doesn't respond "showResponse(responseText, statusText, xhr, $form)" is not execute. the respond prompt is not pop up
The following method below seems to behave unexpectedly under certain conditions.
$('#myDiv').empty().append(someText); I beleive, (imho), that the empty() function requires some time to execute and interferes with the append() function. I say this because adding a setTimeout() to delay the append() will correct the eratic behaviour.
that is sent when a very simple form (one value and button) is sent. The thing is, it works on my local webserver, but when I upload it to my webhost, it wont work. It works if add data.php?nick=Test, then the data will be added into my database but not when called from .ajax.
I added a jquery megamenu to my site, but now my thichbox script is not working correctly.trying to get it to work. I added a noconflict statement and changed $ to jQuery in my jquery.js file, but it is still not working correctly.
Let me explain the scenario. I have a main html (e.g. main.html) page, which includes a link to inner.html page. Clicking this link will load the inner page, containing a tree structure. [URL] The loading method is such that only the body content from inner page is loaded to the main page, without refreshing the main page.I believe this method is called partial rendering of pages.
I'm trying to use a :not statement, so if you click anywhere else on the page BUT the element in the :not a div will disappear. When i use the same statement without the not, it works fine (click that one element and the div in the function hides).I'm assuming that the :not statement isn't working because the element is a child of its parent, so when you click it, essentially you are still clicking the parent which isn't included in the :not.
I've tried triggerHandler() and trigger() both, and the command runs fine if called from another event handler—the click event for that <a> works as desired.Console shows no errors, and as I said the other lines in (document).ready work fine, it's just this one thing that doesn't seem to run.
why would this command not process on (document).ready?