I am trying to get to where it will check to make sure either one of the checkboxes are selected, then if not, show alert and do nothing else, but it is still loading the next page in the form action. How can I get this to not load the page when the check fails and only when it passes?
I have a very simple function. But when it is executed in Firefox the page doesn't stop loading. It works fine in IE6, IE7 and Opera. Here is the code. Very simple as you can see, though it doesn't work in FF.
IE has a real problem working with my site at the moment and I want to force people to only NON Microsoft browsers for the moment until I get around to fixing the issue (I am only in beta, so its not a major issue)I have seen guides on how to do the detection, and im sure this is a real simple question, but how do i get it to stop loading the page (i.e just provide a blank white page) straight after the popup warning message? this is what i have
Im fairly new to JQuery and need some help. Googling failed me :o have a web page that initially auto refreshes every 30 secs and has a bunch of checkboxes that are initially unchecked. I am trying to make it so that if at least one of those boxes it checked the page stops auto refreshing (without reloading the page, preferably). Is this at all possible? I am using Perl to generate the html.
My auto refresh is in the header, but im open to sticking it somewhere else, as long as it doesnt create crazy memory consumption that i've read about on these forums:<head
I got this page loading in an iframe, but after a certain time, I want it to stop loading. Meaning, I want to stop the page from loading. The page is in another domain. I don't how much else I can add, if someone needs some extra info
I have a site that look great in all browsers except IE. There are some hover effects on the menu and a few other items on the page that look terrible in IE but if I disable the scirpt that calls the hover effects then the items look great.How can I use jQuery to stop another jQuery script from loading on my site in IE only?
I have a website which includes stories with multiple chapters. These chapters have a set of clickable arrows at top and bottom to take you forwards and back through the chapters, including a "last chapter" arrow.When a story is in progress, the URL of the last chapter changes with each chapter added. Rather than having to go back into every previous chapter and change the URL of the last chapter by hand, I set them up so that the "last chapter" arrow is actually in an inline frame. That way, I only have to change the URL once, in the file go_end.htm which is the source for the frame. So both the picture of the arrow and its hyperlink are being accessed from outside.
Google Chrome displays an alert saying that picWidth is zero, then loads the first instance of the inline frame with no got-to-end arrow. Then it displays an alert giving a proper value for picWidth and loads the second inline frame with the arrow correctly displayed and sized. If I take out the alerts, it doesn't load the arrow in *either* frame. It's obvious that inserting the alert command somehow forces it to recognise the value of the variable which it then retains for long enough to load the arrow on the second pass.Any ideas for some command other than alert which would trick it into not loading the image until it's recognised the variable? If I put a time delay on loading the frame I can't see that that would help - the problem is that from the point at which it starts actually loading the frame it needs to wait for the variable to be set.
I have a site that is very jQuery and image heavy. The main sections of the site link to sections that are built with several Tabs, and as it loads, you briefly see all the content load and then it is hidden by the Tabs code.
The plan is to have a full window DIV that sits above all the content with a loading icon that plays until the entire page loads, and then it fades down.
After some hair pulling and research I have code in place that does exactly as I ask, however it does not seem to work in IE6+7. It works in all other browsers.
That is a sample link. Go down right side of page where you see three buttons: Trailers Featurettes Clips.Those return iframe information to work.
I have created a party-events website. Which displays a lot of dates of events. As you might understand this page takes some time to load. Therefor I want some of loading image to be displayed while the page is loading. Anybody has an idea how to pull this of? I don't know how.
In detail: People come to my website. They click on "events" and a loading.gif pops up and and makes the background darker. After the page has completely loaded the loading image disappears and the website shows.
Someone can help me in accomplish a connection to 2 wms services. I could connect once but I changed something on the code and now I can't get the things work, the connection fails. Here is the link to the viewer:
My goal is to load the JS for a specific element before displaying that element. I integrated a third part script, and it works well. I set the timer here:
About mid-body I have: <span id="countdown1">2010-07-20 00:00:00 GMT+00:00</span> which allows for the setting of a target date to countdown to.
When the page first loads it shows the above long format target time, until the js/meta tags kick in to modify it to just show the actual countdown as 00:00:00.
I have attached countdownpro.js to this post. I tried shifting the function CD_Init() to the top of the script, and also appended it inline with the .html. I tried setting the big external script to "defer", but neither arrangement worked. I also tried placing the src file right at the top.
The code below taken from net works as I need it. onLoad It execute another page from a different page, the only trouble is it keeps on refreshing constantly. How can I stop this??? I'm making it into a function and calling it onLoad.
I'm designing a web page, Having a banner on top, then a search option following it.There is a menu item list below it on to the left.And the content of the links of those menu item should get loaded in the center of the page.And a footer having some copyright info.All these are in div tags. The problem is when i click on any menu item it should be loaded in the center div tag.Ive tried using Iframes but there is a scrollbar coming only in that area of center div tag.I don't wan't this to happen.Based on the size of the html page to be loaded the div tag size should increase, and so the whole page.Have tried using Ajax but not working.