Once you in, click on the button with the sign 'Click To Start Shopping' The problem is, the Flash doesn't load I bought this flash template and i was supposed to edit the FLA file for the serverpath. I guess i didn't put the server path correctly. Below is the code in the .FLS file
Below is the instruction from the documentation: 3. Once you have everything correctly running on local, then OPEN THE FLA, go to first frame, layer codes, open “action” panel and set there the final pàth on your server where all the files will be located (create a folder especifically for this): [URL]
I have searched high and low for this topic and can't find it anywhere. I have an administration form that lists tasks for an admin. For each item on the task list I want to offer the admins a button that will dynamically show a form within the page and just under the task item (without sending the page back to the server at this point). When the button is clicked I want the text on the button to change from "Click here to add comments" to "Close this form". I also want any open form to close if another 'open form button' is pressed.
I am trying to toggle multiple divs toggle open/closed show/hide with a slide left effect It works but is buggy if you click too fast [URL] I want to create this but control to content in the sliding divs [URL]
I have 2 divs: <div id="box1></div> and <div id="box2></div> I also have one link to contoll them both. The effect I want to get is: when I click first time on my link box2 hides, when i click second time also box1 hides, when I click third time both divs should show. I manage to do that both divs hiding but later I can't get the show. Im trying sth like this:
I recently added a section to my website that uses the Scrollable JQuery tool to load images from my Flickr account. When I initially load the page the "next" button requires two clicks before it will advance to the next set of images. This only happens on the first attempt following the page load. When I look at the code it appears that Scrollable fires an event on the first click that removes the "disabled" class on the "prev" anchor tag. It appears to skip the slider event that scrolls the images. You can view the issue here: [URL].
I have a script that will slide a div up from the bottom of the page. The toggle button for this div however is going to be right on top of the sliding div. But, when the button is pressed and the div starts to slide down, the script hides the button. Here's an example... [URL] How can I get the toggle button to slide with it, but not disappear?
I'm trying to make it so that when a user clicks on a radio button, the image that is related to the radio button is displayed next to it (without reloading the page). At the moment all it shows is the image related to the currently saved option, which I'd like to keep on page load. Is this possible?
I am currently using load() to display content upon clicking a line. I would like to add another load function to the same anchor's click event. I tried applying the click function to the sam a.class but it did not work.I have the load a.class within an accordion. here is my current jQuerry functions on the page
This hides all divs except the first one (check the site) on load, then whenever I click a h3, it performs as an accordion, sliding the hidden div down and other visible divs back upI want to add another functionality. I want it to be like, if you click on a h3, and the next div is already open, it will hide that div. else, it performs this function. This would be a basic if/else then wouldn't it? I'm new to jq but I've done mIRC scripting in the past and I don't know how the selectors work yet
All works great. At the moment I have to press the button to start the timer, but I want the timer to start automatically on page load (and keep the stop/start button to work of course, so the button has to show Stop instead of Start on page load).
From my experience with HTML5 video so far (which isn't much), Firefox seems to switching to the "HAVE_ENOUGH_DATA" state too soon which is causing very choppy playback while the video is buffering. Is there a way to start the loading of video as soon as the page loads instead of waiting for the user to press play? I don't mean "autoplay", I want the video to start buffering as soon as the page loads without it playing.
When I use the load function on my first page (index.html): $('#content').load('page1.html #content'); I got two divs on my page with the same id (id="content"). ... <div id="content"> <div id="content">Content from page1.html</div> </div> ... How do I resolve this issue without a another div?
I have some divs I am toggling and there is a little + sign image I want to change to a - sign image when the toggle event occurs, but can't quite figure it out. Here is the toggle code I have (taken from
I'm looking for a lightweight way to be able to switch between 2 divs on a page.
I have found various ways to do this online with jQuery, but none of which are able to handle multiple switches and make it extendable across the pages of my website efficiently.
For example I could have 12 - 15 individual elements on a page (All with same style) each with an option to switch content e.g. "Click here to do something" then once clicked "it would reveal something" (Within that element/<li> tag) - so it's element specific.
Code: <ul> <li class="box> Title
But of course as it's element specific you have to associate each id together but you can't have two id="2" - as that won't validate.....
Looking around, a perfect example can be seen at: [URL]
Where you click to reveal code and it switches div, but only for that element, it doesn't effect anything else.
I am using the toggle function to hide and show a div. Is there any way I can get the div to be hidden on the page load, and then when when toggle is called, it will show it (since it would be currently hidden).
The way I toggle works for me so far, the div is visible as default, and then once the toggle is activated, it is hidden. I want it to be the opposite.
[URL].. I have used some jQuery to hide two divs (#choices and #review) until a selection of "yes" or "no" is made. My problem is that as the page loads, these div's are displayed for a split second until the jQuery hides them. Can anyone tell me a better way or a fix for the existing code that I am using?
I had one working but it was kinda janky because it was causing me to have two divs with the same ID on one page. No good.
Since I updated to wp2.8.3 prior to launch, it's not working. So I've decided to just try and do it right.
Here's a page: [URL]
So, what I want to happen: On page load, the first tab: "general" and it's corresponding div beneath should be showing. And the first image should be showing. The other content divs and images should be hidden. I've given the text content divs a dashed border to show their borders. When a visitor clicks "dine at home" the general div and image hide, the second content div shows, as does the second image (it's currently the identical image, but the client may change later.) Etc.
I'll be using this function on a few other pages as well.