i have a text area of php inside that reads off messages of a database and i wanted to have it auto refresh every 2 seconds. im making it into a chat box. at the moment what you have to do is press a refresh button but its a hassel. i dont want to get into to much ajax becuase i have a ton more stuff to do and dont want to spend to much time on 1 thing. but it looks like this
<textarea rows="30" cols="65" valueCommit=ta1.verticalScrollPosition=ta1.maxVerticalScrollPosition; /> <? $query="select * from chat"; query string stored in a variable $rt=mysql_query($query); query executed
i found a script that starts counting seconds from 0 till x. i wanted it to display the seconds in mm:ss (minutes : seconds) .. now i only get "NaN:0" (NaN for minutes and 0 for seconds). this is how i ended up : [URL]
I have a feature banner on my homepage which is comprised of a banner image and 4 tab-like buttons. When the user clicks one of the tab buttons the banner image changes. This all works using the code below:
$ ( '#promo-items img' )
However, I'd like to put this on a timer so that the tabs select automatically, one after the other, and the main image changes correspondingly. The user can still manually select the tabs but the timer still loops through them too if the user doesn't select anything.
I try to implement a picture as a cluetip that should show up when the user touches the homepage logo. I tried different things but did not make it properly. the logo had an awful border in the colors of the links and in Firefox 3 the cluetip did not show.
Using the very basic jqModal example, isn't it supposed to auto size and auto center the modal on the page? I placed a table that was wider than the modal's default settings and it's off the page and does not create scroll bars on the page to see the hidden section of the modal.
The default class is
Now, I know I can change the width of the modal but what about the positioning?
I was searching to float a image to whole page, like I am having butterfly image (.gif) now I want to fly it in my whole document which is already populated with sorts of data. So is it possible with jQuery or I have to use Flash..
I have a jQuery object upon which I am setting the 'top' value using the .css() method. The value is to Float accuracy:
$('#example').css('top', 13.857759); Setting the value works fine, and the result in the DOM is: <div id="example" style="top: 13.857759px;">...</div>
However, when I go to retrieve the value using the .css() method, the value is returned as an integer: alert($('#example').css('top')) // alerts "13px" Is this an intentional quirk of jQuery, or considered to be a bug?
I was searching to float a image to whole page, suppose I am having a butterfly image (.gif) now I want to fly it in my whole page, this page already contains lots of data or HTML elements, so that image should fly in above of all this data / element. So i was wandering that is it possible with jQuery.
All I can find is about style:float which is not what I want. I would like to animate an image randomly around the screen. So, it could slowly float across the screen, and would randomly choose its motion.
the user enters his values in 4, 5,25,6,00 or 6,05 etc.(using the , sign)and the max validation only takes integers. How can I still make the max validation with the , sign and float values? The users isn't allowed to submit the form if the value is greater than the max value specifyed.
I have a site with a lot of small div-boxes (with images and movieswithin them)they are positioned with CSS and float:left.i created buttons, which show and hide either all images or all moviesthis works well.but when i switch between these options, the float-position of thedivs goes crazy and every div-container is on one line for itself(instead of 5 on one line)
I need to restrict a range of values to a textbox. I have already the minimum and maximum value allowed in the textbox, but is missing me intermediate values.
An example: From the minimum value -2,00 to maximum value 0,00 it accepts: -2,00 | -1,75 | -1,50 | -1,25 | -1,00 | -0,75 | -0,5 | -0,25 | 0,00 From the minimum value 0,00 to maximum value 1,00 it accepts: 0,00 | 0,25 | 0,50 | 0,75 | 1,00
I'm trying to get a next/previous arrow to float over the right/left edges of a slideshow div. I'm using to absolutely positioned divs to contain the next/previous buttons but for whatever reason they refuse to display above the slideshow div. Is there any way to get controllers to float over the cycle container?
Here's my code and if you give it a try you won't see the floating next/previous buttons unless you change the 'top' values for #next_btn and #prev_btn in the CSS to be greater than the height of the image (change to 410 to see them in my example):