Does anyone know if a way to deliver web pages to an end-client using a push
method that can be controlled from your PC (by clicking on a page menu for
example - the pages can reside on a server). I have looked at CDF but I'm
not trying to create a webcast channel. I just want to deliver an html style
presentation with real time control from my end to a few users only at a
time. The type of system used by PowerPoint with the live broadcast feature
is what I am looking for but I want to have extra stuff on the pages than
just the slides and I also want to be able to move through the sequence
without relying on Powerpoint as my interface.
I'm fairly new to Jquery - I'm more of a backend PHp programmer but I just started picking up Jquery and I really like the features it adds to the frontend. I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction for a Jquery drawer like menu that does not push the content of the site down.[URL]...
Thats an example of what I want, however as you can tell it pushes the website down when it opens and then collapses when it closes. What I want is for someone to click the drawer handle and have it slide down (the graphic), revealing a login box. This would need to float above the content that is already there, so I assume a z-index or something would do this. If anyone knows where I can find a script like that please let me know I have been looking.
On a side note if you don't know where I can find that if you could give me pointers on how to convert the menu I linked, I plan to pickup a JQuery book this weekend to start reading up on it more but anything to help me get this project moving would be great.
I'm developing a menu that uses jQuery. I'm very new to this and I'm wanting to do something but haven't a clue how.[URL].. What I'm wanting to do is have the menu push the content down the page when it expands. ie: so that it doesn't just float over the top of the images as it does presently. I suppose when the menu collapses it should allow the content to move back up the page. Is this possible?
I want to change the content of different div's using .html(). The change should be done by clicking on the inner element of the container. The content of the clicked container should be changed with the first container. My problem is, that the following code does the change, but only once. After every div has changed one time, no more reaction is shown.
I have an array question. I think that you'll have to run the script in your browser to see the results. The below array separates ages but I get stuck on how it does this when I get to line 6 and beyond. Line six reads "if (tempAge <21) minors.push(tempAge);"
I only understand that the pop method takes the number 19 off of the ages array. So if this is so then I think that line 6 reads that if 19 is equal to or less than 21 do something, but I don't know what it does after that, please help me understand how it works.
I have seen this in help files and on a few other sites but I am not sure what the correct lingo is for this function but I am looking for a way to hide a layer of text below a heading and then make it appear when the heading is clicked but I need it to push down the text that is below it and not cover it up.
We've got a CDROM with a Flash Projector movie on it. Within the Flash projector (which is already burned on CDROM...can't change it), we have the typical getURL fuctions to open a Web browser and browse a link. This works fine when there isn't a browser window already open: the link opens in the FOREGROUND, infront of our Flash Projector.
However, now we've got a problem since after we've burned the CDROM, if a user has a Web browser open already, and clicks a link within the Projector, the new window does not come to the front...it simply stays behind the full-screen projector.
So, we've tried putting an onLoad="window.focus;" tag in our BODY tag on the web pages our Project is linking to, and that actually worked at first (the pages are ASP Classic). However, they're not working anymore. We're really not sure why.
When we load that page, quickly flip to another via ALT-TAB, the first page DOES come forward. However, it doesn't seem to come infront of another application. So, if we hit reload for the above page, then quiclkly ALT-TAB to MS Word, the page will not force itself infront of Word.
I have a webpage where on the left side have a menu and on clicking the different rows in the menu, different content needs to show up on the right side. This all has to in a single web page. I suppose this can be done using name anchors but would like to hide the rest of the content and only show what is relevant depending on the row clicked.
I'm a web design student who has designed a website for a family member in my spare time. The website uses 5 html documents and all share one css document, it has no jscript docs. Recently, we learned how to use jscript to set up an image gallery in class where clicking on a certain button changes the picture shown on the page, my question is can the same thing be applied to the contents of an html document?(<p>,<a>,<img>) I'm aware you can change the contents of say, a <p> with an id tag but I mean to do it for a whole sections of the site. That includes paragraphs, images etc.
If so, it would be great to cut down my html from 6 pages to just one.
I have a simple JQuery code. When a link is clicked, the HTML content is taken from a page(remotely) and placed in a specified area, like a div in another page. My question is, how do I add additional links to this script so that each link pulls HTML content from different divs?
Here is a demo. Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
I am using slideDown() and slideUp() in an accordian style menu to reveal and conceal sections of the menu. By default it seems that these methods will open and close from the top or bottom respectively.
Is there a way to use the methods so that the bottom of the element seems to be being pulled down or pushed up rather than simply revealed or concealed? There are styling elements added dynamically to wrap each heading and section which is why they have containers and why the iteration through parents() is necessary.
Well, I need some light in this simple thing I'm trying to do. I'm using the XMLHttpRequest to retrieve some data from a db via php script. The result is passed to a "results" array of strings, which contain the data from the script.
But, the data from the script, which are the content of the strings, have html tags in it. The thing is: I'm using the DOM to append the string result to a table already built in the page (using create_element and appendchild).
I am parsing a AJAX XML response using jQuery and creating a table with data in it.
First I am creating a table, then traversing through the XML nodes using jQuery using the each() function and in this function, I am creating the tr's (table rows) and appending them to the table body (tbody). The problem here is, if I have more number of records(200 or more), then I am not able to see the contents(records) in table until rendering of all the rows is completed.
But when I use debugger and put a break point at the end of the each function, this time execution will stop there and I am able to see the row added.