I'm trying to have a sentence change a single word every 2 seconds, and i have little experience using jQuery, but I'm trying, I've spent a while looking all over and the closest I came was to cycle through a list.[code]....
I'm trying to have only the word (blue) change to (red) after 2 seconds and then to (green) after 2 seconds, but all with either a scroll, or a fade in/out.
I'm wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction?
I've got some directory list boxes on the site I'm working on. I made them big and fixed rather than drop-down so they're easier to use in this context. But I had to enable the "multiple" attribute to make that work. The site has no provision for multiple selections so it's a tad annoying when the search function selects more than one name in the list.It doesn't really affect the site's operation but it could be confusing to some people. Is there a way to make the listbox show multiple selections without allowing multiple selections? Thanks for any help.
I have a text (sentence) in a textbox. How do I select a word under the mouse pointer/cursor? That textarea may not have focus in it. My plan is to find the index of the cursor position on the textarea. then go left and right from that index. Stop on getting space on both side. Find both the indexes and select that range. But I am not able to do it. I am stuck in the first step.
I have the following code, however, I need to click twice on Change password for the dialog to open. I want the dialog to open when on a single click. I can`t understand why the dialog doesn`t open on a single click.
I know how to do a select/deselect all function. Where I'm having issues is with a select some function. I am querying a database to come up with a list of companies. I then query the database to come up with individual names/email addresses associated with each company. (Individuals can appear under under multiple companies, and I need this to continue.) The checkbox name must remain the same from individual to individual.
What I want to happen: When I click on a name that appears multiple times, I want all related checkboxes to then be checked; also, if I uncheck one, all should then uncheck. What I've been trying: Each record for John Doe has the same id name (not a must, but I thought this would make it easier. Though I don't think it is necessary, I am including a snippet below:
I'm new to jquery as you will soon find out. I have a number of divs with the same class applied to them and I want to be able to animate them separately as each one is clicked - right now clicking on one, affects the entire family of like-tagged. I think I might be going about this the wrong way or missing something.
Code like the below creates almost always more than one and sometimes as many as ELEVEN dialog boxes. This frustrating behavior doesn't seem to be affected at all by whether you choose "OK" or "Cancel".Is this a known issue and if so, is there a workaround?
I have a single select dropdown in my application which is hidden for one type of user group. Before a user from this group can save any data, I have to explicitly select the default value of this dropdown for him as this dropdown is not visible to him.
Issue: In IE, this default value doesn't get selected as it is not populated but works fine in Firefox. Is this a jQuery bug?
I have a scenario where I show a drop-down-with-few-items in a JSP page, to the user. The length of few options in the drop down is greater than that of the drop down's, hence our requirement is to show the hovered (not selected) option as tooltip for user's convenience. I am not able to use title attribute for displaying tooltips in my browser. Now the code ... implements a tooltip for multiple select drop down menu.Can you modify the code for single select
I am looking for a version of lightbox that would allow the user to click on a single reference image and when the "lightboxed" version appears a strip of thumbnails would be available at the top or bottom of that image. Thus, the user could navigate between images within the lightbox by clicking on a different thumbnail. If such beast exists a URL would appreciated. Extensive Googling hasn't turned up what I'm looking for at all.
Using jQuery, the hide show part is easy. I need to show or hide a single section of a form based on the value of a select box. More specifically, if the select box is one of 30 countries, then show, else hide.