I would like to change the look of a navigation button that lets the user know they are on that page. I am wondering if there is a way to dynamically change the button to have an .active class instead of hard coding .active on each page.
I am currently using the following code;
This works the first time I go to the site and if I refresh a page. However, if I use my on site navigation to switch between pages the div simply uses the height variable defined within my CSS (this needs to be here for users with JS disabled)
Does anybody have any ideas on what the problem might be. It's as if the script is only executed the first time any page on the site is loaded, but then not again.
var td1 = document.createElement("td"); td1.appendChild(document.createTextNode(qty)); td1.setAttribute("class","qty"); row.appendChild(td1); tbody.appendChild(row); One thing that puzzles me, is that even after adding a row the table my table.rows.length still = 0.
Does anyone know how I can determine the appropriate amount of rows so that I can apply the appropriate class?
Or is there just something blatantly wrong in my approach?
I want to be able to create 2 Divs, one for my navigation button and a second for an image to be placed in. I want to be able to have the 2nd div move position to underneath Div 1 when I hover over the navigation (div 1). I've attached a link to a diagram of what I mean [URL].
I have an IFrame inside a Dialog... The user can navigate inside the dialog, going to any page he wants.
The thing is that i need a way to change the dialog size according to the content of theopenpage inside it.
Do exist a way to do this?
Now, i do this with this [code]...
But this mean that i have to go to each page that I have and to call this method with the exactly heigh and width it need (it's difficult to know that size, because I need to do several test) and any change I do make me came back to this to see the new size...
<div> </div><div>I did some navigation menu and sub menu using jquery ,</div><div> </div><div>like ;</div><div> </div><div>Menu1 </div><div> Sub menu1(some.php)</div><div> Sub menu2(some1.php)</div><div>
I have a bunch of input rows, each with id in the form of something like.. item:characteristics:age or item:setting:type1:blah. It's kind of like going down folders to get to the item I want. So as you can see in the code, I am splitting each id and trying to rebuild it in the form item[characteristics][age] then set it to the value of the input field. This is modifying the properties of the item. We already have the item object passed into my code and i'm simply modifying the properties to the new values from the user's input.
Does anyone know how I can do this without eval? I'm mainly using it because the variable name can't be hard coded, it is dynamic.
Basically, I have a bunch of input rows, each with id in the form of something like.. item:characteristics:age or item:setting:type1:blah. It's kind of like going down folders to get to the item I want. So as you can see in the code, I am splitting each id and trying to rebuild it in the form item[characteristics][age] then set it to the value of the input field. This is modifying the properties of the item. We already have the item object passed into my code and i'm simply modifying the properties to the new values from the user's input.
Does anyone know how I can do this without eval? I'm mainly using it because the variable name can't be hard coded, it is dynamic. Here's the code I have so far.
Something I would like to do is change the value of a label. Let's say I have a textbox and onchange, I want to change the value of that label (say adding numbers together or string concatenation).
This works fine if I use another textbox instead of a label, but I want to show Text rather than an input type. Is this possible? I avoid JS at all costs b/c I tend to suck with client-side programming.
I have been looking for this all day - Change currencies throughout the page when choosing between countries or currencies from dropdown menu. What I basically need is a dropdown menu which shows countries or currencies. When you select anyone of it like USD all the prices throughout the page are changed to USD. Now if you change it AUD/CAD/PKR etc they will be changed accordingly.
I have two monitors (one wide screen, one square) attached to my computer I can verify how it will look in different resolutions.While doing so I came across a nasty thing: in some resolutions the content div is very small and not using all of the full browser window (left after the header section).Is it possible to make a change to the CSS min-height and max-height while the page is being loaded?I've looked into lots of samples but all depend on a click or mouse over event and didn't want to work with onload in the body tag.