I'm using quick search plugin (URL...) in filtering rows in a group of tables.The problem is that the old vesion of Quick search may act on multiple tables as long they have the same table_id while the new vesion acts on the first table only.
1-the number of tables is very large (in some pages may be 500 tables).
2-the action of Quick search is applied automaticaly as the user type any text in the input text box. so i don't know any way to make a loop to call the function once for each table.
I have a website that I'm designing where I have the need to search multiple sites at specific times. By this I mean that In some cases, we would want to search only the internet using google, or only search the site that I've created (which currently uses the jse_search.js solution), or only our company's website.
I am trying to use the plugin tablesorter that has a pager, for one table in a page it works fine, but when I put two tables, the pager links [next, previous,....] for the first table is moved under the
I have look some of the examples of deleting tables and or rows with Java. The only problem is that all examples I have seen talke about one table and one or more buttons. What I needs to do is have 4 single row / dual columns tables each having a button of their own for deleting this table. Here is what I got but it just doesnt work for me as each table has a seperate Table ID.
In the main table there are two sub tables are there.when user click addRow button main row and also subrow should be created.i have written the code but when i click addrow alignment is missing and apart from that mainrow and subrow is not displaying properly.
there are a lot of different scripts out there to sort a table with multiple columns. However, I want to do something specific.
I have a table that is "spread" accross multiple pages. Usually, when a user wants to change the page, what you do is compute indexes in the server and return the modified list. But that's not what I want to do, I want to be able to navigate through the pages AND be able to sort the columns within the client screen.
Does anyone know of a good example of something like that ? I know it can be done, I would have to write the entire data in the client side, and then manipulate it with indexes and sorts. I am very much able to write such data, but should "delete" and "add" new table Elements (in a way that is browser compatible) or show/hide <TRelements, maybe overwrite these table rows?
I was wondering if this is somehow trivial so you can suggest a coding strategy or if anyone knows a good page that displays this possibility.
I'm trying to pull data from multiple database tables and output them into a table which I've done fine, but I'm having trouble trying to filter the rows by specific values like colour and size selected from select boxes without reloading the page.
After more than a day of looking though I have made no progress, If this was to be done with just PHP and MySQL reloading the page I'd have no problem but having problems with the AJAX side.
<div><div>I'm using jQuery's tablesorter.js to create tables with sortable rows, as applied to tables with the ID "myTable."</div><div></div><div>I just wondered if there's a way to make it work with multiple tables on a single page. I created two tables and gave each of them the ID myTable, but only the first table worked. I can't remember if the specific ID is required for my Zebra widget (alternate row colors), too, or not, but I would guess it is.
</div> <div></div><div>I posted my JS links below, to show you my setup. Thanks for any tips.</div><div></div><div>* * * * *</div><div></div><div><script src="<a
I have been using JQuery in the past 6 months and I really got in love with it!Finally,I've come to an issue that (probably) have better solution than the one Im trying to do with.I have multiple tables in a HTML [code]all of these tables are some kind of gridviews filled with data using JSon and JQuery.The problem is:Before filling with data, only this part in the DOM is created <table id="myTableId"> <tbody> !so, before going forward with filling the table with data and creating <tr>'s and <td>'s, I would like to find the current (not filled one) table ID.The algorithm would be:
1. <table id="mytableId"> is generated 2. right after #1, find table ID. 3. Depending of the table ID, generated data accordingly. (Continue with creating tr's and td's)
I have tried using closest('table'), also using find(), parent(), parents() and some other methods with which I've been working previously, but still no success.I can find the table by uing var tId = $(TABLE['id*='myTable']").attr('id');, but this finds all tables with 'myTable' and I want to find only the one that is created at that moment and waits for filling with data.
I am using the excellent jquery.tablesorter successfully for a large number of 40-row tables that live together on one page. So far I'm very happy with the plugin. My users also need the ability to apply any column sort they invoke automatically to *all* tables on the pae. They do not wish to sort the tables individually. As recommended in another thread, I have been looking at sortStart and sortEnd, but have been pulling my hair out trying to get this working. My JS:
I am trying to update a site that has a cookie feature enabled so that a certificate can be retrieved later on.I am using a form to collect and put the cookie, but I have to use two buttons to get the information stored and then direct the user on through to the rest of the site.My question is:Can I combine these functions into the same button? I have scoured the web for solutions, but I can't seem to find anyone doing this exact thing. I know that websites do this type of thing all of the time.
[URL] that is the code in all its basic form (just stripped out other html). I am trying to modify the form actions of the 3 forms when i click on the tabs at the top of the page. but only the action of the delete form (id=form-horse-delete) gets modified. the other 2 forms do not change. i am not sure what the problem is. in IE8, if i have the jquery modifying the action of the 2 forms (add/delete), it gives a JS error. if i take out the add/delete in jquery, there is no JS error.
I have an web application (PHP backend) where I want to initiate multiple requests to the same server (to different php functions/files) and asynchronously update the response on the page (the call back function is same for all the requests).
What is the best solution for this ? Is it better to
a) call multiple server calls from the java script file? if so Do we create multiple http objects ? can someone point me to the few examples ?
b) call one Php service and have the php fork the multiple requests on the server side. I am not sure if this can be done multiple requests be done asynchronously on the server side ? and if so how to dynamically update teh resultant page as each request finishes?
I dont know much about the functionality on what causes some popups to trigger a browsers blocker and some not to.
Situation: I have an account information page (where users can edit their account details) one of the fields the user can edit comes at a cost. For billing I am using a 3rd party billing portal (standard form action pointing to the service & value is passed via post variable)
-user hits submit (not on the 3rd party billing form, my fake ajax button)a service is selected that cost $1 (lets say)verification DB is updated (no page reload)value field is updated in the 3rd party billing form to reflect the additional service I then initiate the form submit on the 3rd party billing form into a popup window I do not want to user to leave the site, I want the $1 billing window to pop up, they take care of it then close the window returning back to the site. In order to get the form to popup in a window I set the forms target to the popup window:
Code: window.open("", paysys, "width=760,height=550"); functionality everything is working perfect, except most browsers catch the popped up window in their popup blockers. Anyone know how I can create a popup that isnt flagged by the browsers?
[URL]I've been using the advice and code here to start incorporating expanding/collapsing tables into my work, but I'm hitting a little problem. I want to have multiple such tables side-by-side (each headed by a picture and populated by a lightbox, which isn't the issue), but Dreamweaver wants nothing to do with the idea. I don't really even know if it's possible, but if it is I'd like to know what sort of changes I might need to make to achieve it.
In a string (that contain the Flash version installed), I want to replace:
all "," by "." "win" by <nothing> all spaces by <nothing> So far I do it this way: strFlashVer = strFlashVer.replace(/,/g, '.'); strFlashVer = strFlashVer.replace('win', ''); strFlashVer = strFlashVer.replace(/ /g, '');
but I'm sure theres better way (I'm not really good with reg exp).
How would you create a text field that allows users to select different search engines, and then search their keyword. Essentially what I'm looking for is a something similar to the default multiple search field that you see in Firefox and Safari.At this point in time I have the multiple search feature implemented. But all I really have is a <select> next to a <input>. What I want is something that combines the two. Basically I want the look and feel of Firefox/Safari default multiple search field.