I have a menu with a lot of items that open pop-up windows when clicked on. The first item on the menu is purely intended as descriptive and default selection on the menu and is given the 'disabled' parameter- which makes the option inactive(greyed out) in Firefox; but has no effect with IE which goes ahead to open a blank pop-up window.
Please who knows how I can make a menu option to be 'disabled' in IE.
What I would like is that if south or east are selected for orientation then I can only select front left or front right but if north or west are selected then only rear left or rear right are available.
I'm new to the jQuery realm but have been messing with it quite a bit lately. What i'm looking to do is to replicate this menu without Flash:Horizontal Menu(not exactly but in general, where the menu stays on the side and follows the mouse up and down which has additional navigation in it once rolled over.)
I've done extensive Googling and have yet to come across an example or tutorial or jQuery plugin on how to do something along those lines. Do any of you have a link to a tutorial and/or example of this being done with jQuery or alike?
I am new to js.my project req is I want to create the dynamic menu in php and the menu I took it from database as it is dynamic. I am able to do that. But in the back end admin can change the order of menu. For that I need to write the script. Admin will enter the menu items. Table is menureg:menuid is the primary key. After entering the detils he can able to see all the menu items wth the edit and delete options. Now my requirement is meanwhile I need to change the order of the menu along with those options I need to use change order button to move the menu up and down. After changing the order it should display in front page.
I've tried searching the forums extensively for this, but to no avail, so apologies if it's already been covered..
As the subject of the thread reveals, I want to create two sets of drop down menu's with the contents of the second being triggerred by the option selected on the first. However, I want to retrieve the options set for the 2nd menu via a php/mysql query.
I.e Menu 1 boasts: Users and Members for options.
If I select Members, I want a query to run that selects all Members and outputs as via menu options.
I've come across this archive at [URL]. What I would like is to have it to have it include "days" as well. So lets say as of today (Apr 8th), when a user choose Apr, the dropdown for 'day' will have the options 01, 02, 03.....08. Another thing to note is that each month has different number of days in it. I've tried playing around for quite some time now...but so far no luck.
So that when the data sets initially open are closed (a, c, or d)... they get put in the correct position in the list.it's a little inefficient (OCD lol) but it should work and at worst would only cost a couple of milliseconds of processing time. A solution to this problem might be to load the menu with all options so that their indices are correct... and remove the defaults afterward.
In particular, I'm hoping you could please point me in the right direction to replicate the following Flash hover animation in jQuery? Here's the direct link to the flash template below:
I have already created all the necessary frames for the circle "rings" for the big circle. Not quite sure what I need to do about the smaller floating circle. I came across this plugin, not sure if it is the right one: plugins . jquery . com/project/frame-animation
How can I disable an option in a drop-down menu? Specifically, I want to disable the option "Bouncy Castles". I want to display it, I just want the user to be able to select it. As well, how can I remove the indentation?
I have a site that uses the prototype and scriptaculous scripts. I also have a pulldown menu script (which I've used before) that I got from AListApart.com. The pulldown menu script does not work in IE on the pages that use the prototype/scriptaculous scripts. Is there a workaround?
I'm trying to dynamically disable a Superfish menu when in mobile mode (using responsive design), so that only the main menu items are displayed. I want the Superfish menu to be re-enabled when the browser window is re-sized and the desktop CSS is re-served.
I've tried using detach() and append() to remove and restore the ULs, but I can't get that to work properly.