Another thing that has been driving me crazy is that css positioning is handled differently by different browsers. JS is not my area, but I can do a lot with CSS, and I do, but cross browser compatibility is killing me.
I can use an IF IE statement and only IE runs that segment of code, but I haven't been able to figure out out how to make ONLY firefox or ONLY opera or safari enact an encapsulated segment of code. The same type of IF statement doesn't work for them.
Is there a single method using JS that works for all browsers?
I have a set of web forms used to upload multiple files to a server. The first form (template) takes information shared between the files, and the remaining forms have the file information. What I am trying to do is, for each file, make a new form (final), copy the template form data into the final form, then copy the file input field into the final form, and then call an ajax upload.
I've gotten everything but the file copy correct.
Here is the code snippet:
var checkin_num = 0 var app = $("#app-frame") //the frame where the web application is displayed var template_items = $("#CoreForm").find("INPUT"); //action/method and some hidden inputs set to '...' to save spece
I paid for some to create a slideshow, and it works fine in the orginial html document but when i copy and paste the code into my html document the scroller to the left of the image stops moving up and downI put the working file at thisthe guy i paid to do work refuses to help even those i advertised the price in my ad and he wanted me to give to pay him more to tell which code to change
I have a webserver setup in my home, with an index file that is an access comtrol page, that, if the authentication is sucessfull, takes the user to a specific directory. In this directory I only have image files in .jpg format.
I need to create a page were the user can either browse the entiry directory, or specify a filename to search for, wildcards enabled, and beiing able to see a reduced size image in the result page when hovering the image/file result link. Any Ideas?
I am using Google maps and an xml file to create my maps.I read the xml file to get the info for the map but if my xml file has loads of records, it displays them all on the map.What I want to be able to do is select a specific record of the xml file.How would i select a record with a given id i choose?
I would like to be able to access the raw CSS code that has been loaded for the specific page. I'm not looking to change the code (I know how to use jQuery for CSS manipulation etc...) I just want to parse through it and extract some useful information.I considered just loading the stylesheet references in the page, then placing a request to the server for the .css file, but this feels messy even if the browser happens to have the page cached from having just requested it.Has anyone got a clue as to how one would go about this? As always, I think its best if it uses jQuery XD, however, I just really want to get this done
provide me with code to make a collapsible menu? What I'm looking for is a vertical menu, that will open up the sub-categories upon a mouseover. Clicking on the menu item will bring them to the specific page. Oh, and this might not matter, but I'd prefer if I was able to style the menu to fit with my site theme.