Style Switcher If Low Bandwidth Detected

Mar 22, 2010

How would you go about writing a script to switch the style sheet if low bandwidth is detected? Is this even possible?

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Style Sheet Switcher With ONE Link?

Apr 18, 2010

Is it possible to do something like this: On a site there is a link that says "Darken Page".Upon clicking the link, the background color turns black.The link then changes to "Brighten things up"So just a style sheet switcher, but with one link and changes

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Style Switcher - Cookie Does Not Seem To Work

Aug 3, 2011

I have this style switcher which is awesome, therefore, the cookie does not seem to work, actually it simply doesn't.

<script type="text/javascript">
// *** TO BE CUSTOMISED ***
var style_cookie_name = "style" ;
var style_cookie_duration = 30 ;
// *** END OF CUSTOMISABLE SECTION ***
function switch_style ( css_title ){
// You may use this script on your site free of charge provided you do not remote this notice or the URL below. Script from [URL] .....

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JQuery :: Style Switcher - Possible To Fade Transition?

May 15, 2009

Is it possible to fade the transition between switching one CSS to another? I am currently using
jquery style switcher to get the transition. I am also using prototype/ scriptaculous to make div fields appear and fade in a duration of 0.5, and would like to time the CSS transition to be in sync with the div transition. Please see link below to see the website that I am building and current CSS and div transition timings: [URL].

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Style Sheet Switcher (v1.1) Based On QueryString Parameter?

Nov 9, 2010

I am using the stylesheet switcher on dynamic drive . Is there a way to change stylesheets based on a querystring parameter? Basically, if the query string includes "&StyleSheet=BlueStyle" then call and set the BlueStyle.css and cookie on page load.

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Stop People Using Bandwidth

Jul 23, 2005

Does anyone have a good java script that I can add to my page so that the same user doesn't pound my site and use all of my bandwidth?

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Switch Content If Low Bandwidth

Sep 24, 2007

Is there a way where I can "guess" what relative speed the user's
connection is?

Currently, the client is wanting some graphical intensive content and
I'd like to be able to warn users on dial-up to allow them to go to a
"gracefully degraded" version.

I thought of simply putting up a question for users to answer but the
client would rather it happen, more or less, automatically.

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Bandwidth Theft Prevention

Jul 27, 2002

I found this on JavaScriptKit. It checks to see if the site accessing the data is your domain. I found it pretty cool.

//Beginning of "test.js" file
var accepted_domains=new Array("wsabstract.com","javascriptkit.com")

var domaincheck=document.location.href //retrieve the current URL of user browser
var accepted_ok=false //set acess to false by default

if (domaincheck.indexOf("http")!=-1){ //if this is a http request
for (r=0;r<accepted_domains.length;r++){
if (domaincheck.indexOf(accepted_domains[r])!=-1){ //if a match is found
accepted_ok=true //set access to true, and break out of loop
break
}
}
}
else
accepted_ok=true

if (!accepted_ok){
alert("You're not allowed to directly link to this .js file on our server!")
history.back(-1)
}

/////rest of your libray
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Saving Bandwidth With Javascript

Mar 7, 2003

What I'm doing is taking the parts of my web site that apear on every page, for example the tags from the first <html> tag to the <body> tag, and I just put some JS code into an external file that tells it to write that same code to the browser, then I call the external file where I had the original code.

That way the external file gets cached and they don't have to re-download that part of the code every time.

Combining this, with some other things including gzip I've been able to get my main index page down to 300 bytes, not including images, css files or js files, which are only downloaded once because of caching anyways(and they aren't that big in size themselves, either).

Of course this wouldn't work if you don't want to alienate people who don't use javascript, but 9/10 people do so for some this might be helpful...

Also, this still works with dynamic content as well. for example what I did for my main page where I display the news in little "news boxes" as I call them which are basicly divs setup so they look nice visually... what I did was make a function in the external JS file that accepts the different parts of the news box such as subject, body, time/date of post and who posted it, and then it creates the HTML for it. Then it's really easy to change the look of the displayed news by just changing the js file.

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Minimum Bandwidth For Streaming Picture?

Jul 23, 2005

I need to know the min bandwidth for streming picture?

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Javascript - Download/upload Times W/bandwidth

Jul 20, 2005

I'm trying to come up with a script and I'm having a heck of a time...

I require users to enter the size (in MB or KB) of the attachment they
wish to transfer/upload. As they enter the number and move over to
the next field (using onBlur or...), I would like a popup/alert window
warning them that this attachment size would take "x" amount of time
based on a speed of 24 kilobits per second (kbps). If they are happy
with the amount of time, I wish to allow them to click OK (to carry on
with the transfer) or Cancel/No to cancel it.

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ID Does Not Detected In Form

Nov 9, 2011

Does not work:
<BODY onload="s.innerHTML=('im1='+im1.offsetLeft+','+im1.offsetTop+';im2='+im2.offsetLeft+','+im2.offsetTo p)">
<form style="position:absolute;top:40;left:40;">
<IMG id="im1">
<img id="im2" style="position:absolute;top:40;left:40;">
</form>
<span id="s"></span>

Works:
<BODY onload="s.innerHTML=('im1='+im1.offsetLeft+','+im1.offsetTop+';im2='+im2.offsetLeft+','+im2.offsetTo p)">
<form style="position:absolute;top:40;left:40;">
</form><IMG id="im1">
<img id="im2" style="position:absolute;top:40;left:40;">
<span id="s"></span>

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JavaScript Being Detected As ActiveX??

Mar 9, 2007

I built a form that utilizes arrays for storing data, prototype objects stored in arrays, and DOM using getElementByID and getElementByName. Now, in XP SP2 with the security center turned on, I get alerted by IE6/7 that there is an ActiveX script on the page and it asks to be allowed.

I don't want users IE to see this ActiveX warning. First, the users going to be using this form are not exactly tech savvy enough to know to allow it. Second, I had no idea JavaScript was related to ActiveX--which begs the question, what sort of things cause JavaScript to be flagged as ActiveX?

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JQuery :: DOM Loaded Through Xmlhttprequest Not Detected In GM?

Mar 26, 2010

I'm loading content using an XMLHttpRequest and sending it to a Code:div on the fly in Greasemonkey. However, when I try to traverse through this newly loaded content and retrieve the innerHTML, jquery returns a null.

My code is as such

Code:
var xhReq = new XMLHttpRequest();
xhReq.open("GET", linksRaw, false);
xhReq.send(null);

[Code]....

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Image Switcher

May 12, 2006

I wonder if some one could help me with an issue that I have with an image switcher.

I have 12 Images with a discription to each one. Now, the script is working, as it is now, but the background on the page is black and I am trying to change the font color to white (#FFFFFF).

I believe I have tried it all, and I can get the font color to be white on the working page (FrontPage), but I just can't get the white font to shine up in the preview browser.

Why I know that it is working? Well, I marked the text below the image in the preview browser and as I hover over the links, the marked text is actually changing synchron with the 12 images. Code:

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Changing A Menu Button When Cookies Are Detected?

Mar 25, 2010

I'm just starting to learn languages like jQuery, PHP and AJAX. I will post exactly what a potential client asked me. I'm not willing to say no, because everything else he asked I can do myself, but if it's far beyond my capabilities, I may have to just hire someone to code this part.

Quote: For our home page main menu bar, we would like to have a script (that we design) that if it recognizes a cookie, it shows a slightly different menu bar than if it doesn't see our cookie. For instance, if a user is "remembered" we want the menu to have a support button visible, if the user isn't remembered by our script, its button would then be "Free Trial" I understand exactly what he wants, just not sure how best to go about it. I believe I've seen this before, and I thought maybe AJAX was the best way to do it, but please, correct me if there is a much easier way.

I figure it's a matter of just showing and hiding an object in a kind of IF / ELSE situation.

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Change Font-size When Opera Detected?

Oct 7, 2009

I need to get JavaScript to change the font size used for a website if Opera is detected. I have been trying this but it hasn't worked:

function changeFooter(){
if (navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera") >= 0) { // if I alert this line the output is 0
document.getElementById("footer").style.fontSize = '0.5em';
};

[Code].....

I was hoping that I could benefit from your collective wisdom as I am not sure where I am going wrong with this and several hours spent searching the web for answers have been fruitless so far...

My knowledge of JavaScript is not very extensive, I haven't studied it in great depth so perhaps I am making some very silly mistakes here.

My pseudo code for this exercise is something like this:

detect browser
if browser = Opera {
change font-size for body to 90%
}

[Code]....

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Stop Loading Page And Exit If IE Detected?

Feb 1, 2011

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

Code:
<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
<!--

[code]....

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IE7 Image Switcher And Audio

Aug 20, 2007

PROBLEM 1:

I spent a lot of time finding code that would play an audio (.wav) file on a
mouseover cue that would work in Internet Explorer 6 and FireFox without any
user prompt to allow active-x scripts to be run etc, but unfortunately the
code does not work in Internet Explorer 7. Can you suggest an alternative?

PROBLEM 2:

When using a image switching code to swap an image to a .gif anim that plays
just once (created using Ulead Gif Animator 5), Internet Explorer 6 and
FireFox begin the animation cycle only when the image has been switched.
Unfortunately, Internet Explorer 7 seems to play the animation as soon as it
has been loaded so when itís switched you only see the last frame. Can you
suggest an alternative? Code:

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Date Image Switcher

Dec 25, 2005

i have a feeling it has to do with the getElementById ?

<html>
<head>

<script language="javascript">
today = new Date();
christmas = new Date(2005,11,25);

function switcher() {
if (today==christmas) {
document.getElementById("logo").src="logo1.jpg";
}
}
</script>
</head>

<body onload="switcher()">
<center>
<img id="logo" src="neutral.jpg">

</body>
</html>

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Feb 16, 2011

I added a test script to detect the change of a html select object and it is not firing.

The select is within a table row. The table id is: flogtable and the select is in the first row.

The test function I added is:

$('.symselect').change(function() {
alert('Handler for .change() called.');
});

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Nov 19, 2010

I was reading various articles on browser detection with javascript and I know it can be unreliable and unprofessional at times, but I was just playing it to see if I could get something working. What I wanted to do was attach a stylesheet if the browser in safari.
With what I remember from the articles I read, isn't there a function that is navigator.appName(); ? I have written it in sorta of pseudo-code below:

Essentially,
if(browserName=="safari"){
<link type="text/stylesheet" href="safariStyling.css"/>
}else{
<link type="text/stylesheet" href="defaultStyling.css"/>
}

I know that there is a .html() jQuery function where I can write html in the head of the document like so, head.html (HTML GOES HERE); but I have heard and form experience that mixing javascript and jQuery function can be dangerous. I would detect if the browser is safari and then link a stylesheet if true?

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Persistent User-Select CSS Switcher?

Apr 22, 2009

I've been applying a javascript based, user switch button to a site from this article: [URL] On [URL] (right top menu option).So far, it is working but the user selection is not persistent from page to page. I think it may have something to do with the onload and unload
actions in the attached js file: [URL]

}
window.onload = function(e) {
var cookie = readCookie("style");

[code]....

I was wondering if these functions have to be in the header of every page instead of in a linked file, or if there is something else I'm missing...

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Mar 26, 2011

So. I've been working on this stylesheet switcher for a school project, and basicly there are 3 layouts, "Standaard", "Zwart-wit" and "Printversie". What I want is that when you select one on (for example) the homepage, I want the other pages to apply the same stylesheet. I've been trying to do that with cookies, but it doesn't even work on one page.

PHP Code:
function setup() {
var current_style = read_cookie();

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I am building a small store that sells T-Shirts, one t-shirt has 3 colours, so I wanted to display a colour swatch, and change the images that are displayed when the colour swatches are clicked.You can see the effect I mean on the following website by clicking on the colour swatch button: Daily Habits - EYE EYE CAPTAIN HOOD - KON Shop - King of Nothing.I have been hunting around for a tutorial on how to achieve this, but so far can't find one.

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I am developing a site for a client that requires the printer friendly verison of the site to appear in a separate pop-up window. I am having trouble figuring out the scripting needed to have the current page open in a separate window with a different style sheet applied to it.

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