I'm trying to get an unordered list and its children as an HTML string on a mouseout event, but html()only selects the child elements:var theHtml = $('ul', this).html();I've tried using andSelf(), but that doesn't return the result I want:var theHtml =$('ul',this).and Self(). html();I can't choose $(this).html() as I need only the list.
I have a UL that loads in dynamically after the DOM has already finished loading via and external API that doesn't have a callback function for when it's finished. However, I need to manipulate the children of the UL once it's loaded in, so I need some type of listener for when the UL changes.I need an event to fire when an element or it's children change.Is there anything like this in jQuery? Otherwise I'm going to have to create a setInterval to polloccasionallyto see if the UL has loaded, and that sounds sloppy.
The problem is that cookies quit working in this setup when I copied the same HTML document in the /xyz subdirectory that xyz.com now accesses. I can't set or get a cookie any longer by calling the document.cookie function from JS any longer. The call does not fail but the data is always blank. I even tried setting the cookie and from the next line of code reading it back immediately and it still would not save the cookie.
Anyone know how to fix this?
I checked the value of location.host, .hostname .pathname, document.domain and they all indicate I am really at abc.com even though the address in my IE browser says I am at xyz.com.
I am trying to figure out a way to have a page redirect if the mysql connection fails. The issue is that the page is already loaded and the only time this would be needed is if the user tries to perform operations on a loaded page after the session runs out.
So basically, I have a page that will allow you to search for an item using ajax, then select an item and press add which will place the item in another table displaying detailed information. Both operations connect to the database using SESSION variables to save the connection information.
My goal is to use the "or die()" method to print something that will force a redirect because this could happen in a number of places in the site and I want to try and get them all in one swipe.
Here is what seemed like it would be the most promising:
$conn = mysql_connect($_SESSION['host'], $_SESSION['username'], $_SESSION['password']) or die("<script>location.href= '../login.php'</script>");
Is this possible? Also, while I am dreaming, could a web developer extract the frame necessary for the form /review box) and show just that, without the surrounding content? It would be totally awesome if I could extract a live review box and show it an isolated frame.
I paid to have a website built, yet the developer used iFrames to accomplish the task. Basically, load a parent page, and then in an iframe, lod content chosen from a menu. Is there a way to create a menu at the homepage level, that will allow a menu listing the various parent pages, and under each parent page, have a drop down that will point directly at an iframe content?
There are a total of 4 dropmsg# divs. I need to be able to input 4 navigation buttons below this code that will, when clicked, pause the ticker and go directly to the "dropmsg#" assigned to that button.
On my page you have to go to the page then the section then click on the image / video. What if you wanted to give a direct link, so the user could go to that link and the image / video would load up bypassing all the other steps?
I have developed an intranet local site that consists of a home page: index.html which contains an iframe.
Above the iframe, I have a navigation bar that opens pages with target:iframe inside the iframe.
iframe's src is set to a page named home.html and this is the page displayed when you visit the site.
I would like to be able to give users links that point directly to certain pages that populate within the iframe and not instructions on how to get to them via the nav bar. And I am not talking about the pages alone but the parent piece where the navigation bar is (nav and iframe are contained in the index.html)
For example, if I search for a name, and the results are displayed. I want to click the players username, and be directed to. [url] without the "username.html" actually existing.
I heard it's possible, and it would save me a lot of time because I don't want to have 20,000+ individual pages, one for each username.
I need a plugin or a idea about how to develop a pagination using jQuery (JSON dict coming from the DB (postgre)), but i cant get a list of all itens in the DB. I tried using offset and limit from the DB, but i didnt like the large algorithm. All i need is: develop a pagination that gives me only 20 rows from the DB (without calling a query to paginate all table from DB) and build a pagination with "first page, previous page, X-2, X-1, X, X+1, X+2, next page, last page" (X = number of actual page).
I've created a form with combobox with different values (this is for my website). What I want is when the user clicks 'submit' that it goes to a different page on the website depending on the value the person has selected in the combobox. Values are numerical, for example 1000, 2000, 5000 etc. I've been trying this for a couple of days now without success!