I am using jquery autocomplete combobox I load more than 25000 data. I set minLength:3, delay: 700, When I start typing three characters, in the third character ie8 shows the "Stop running this script" how to handle this huge amount of data
I am rotating images at one location of my web site. My problem is if I set the width and height of the new image before I show the new image, the old image is stretched first to the new image dimensions, and if I show the new image before setting its dimensions, the new image is stretched first to the old image dimension before it is adjusted to its own dimension. I would like to load a new image with its own dimension at the same time. How can I do this?
I'm working on a site for our radio station and want it to load a banner where you can see who the DJ is that is on. I saw code on here yesterday (actually it was from March, but I just found it yesterday and can't today) to do it, it showed two images at different times but I couldn't get it to work and don't know enough about java to add more time slots.
What I'm looking to do is have a folder of images that I have show up on my website.I'm also looking to pull from this folder up to 6 or 7 times on the same page w/ randomized pictures that do not repeat.Finally, I'm looking to be able to size and name these images based on which image randomly pulls. b/c it's not grabbing the images.
I want to change the background of my main div depending on the time of day. Right now this code works for two time of day, day and night but it only works on the "body" tag not on a div. How would i modify it to change a div background rather then the "body" background
1. Display a base image on a page, e.g. image0.jpg.
2. On mouseover that image, it begins cycling through other images while the mouse is over it - (image1.jpg, img2.jpg, img3.jpg, etc.) and continues to cycle through them over and over again while the mouse is over.
3. Onmouseout, it goes back to displaying the base image (image0.jpg).
4. Needs to support multiple instances on the same page.
This is for an index page for different galleries, so there will be like 20 images showing on the page, and when the visitor puts their mouse over any of the images, it will cycle through the preview images for that gallery.
how to post say 10 images, then make them all rotate in a 360degrees fashion, but no matter how far away they may rotate, the user can still click on that image.Here ar a few expamples of what I mean:[URL]
manipulate the code below so rather than it rotate 1 image it rotates an array of images of say 3 images. Which will be placed in different places on the page.
<!-- TWO STEPS TO INSTALL RANDOM IMAGE:
1. Copy the coding into the HEAD of your HTML document 2. Add the last code into the BODY of your HTML document -->
//Operates the 3 rotating book banners in #training window.onload = choosePic; var bkImg1 = new Array("img/bk1.jpg", "img/bk2.jpg", "img/bk3.jpg", "img/bk4.png"); var bkImg2 = new Array("img/bk5.jpg", "img/bk6.jpg", "img/bk7.jpg", "img/bk8.png"); var bkImg3 = new Array("img/bk9.jpg", "img/bk10.jpg", "img/bk11.png",
I've got a series of photos rotating in sequence every few seconds. My page is here:
I've got one file called banner.js.js with the code shown at bottom of this post. In my main index.html file I have the few lines immediately below. How do I place a caption below images that changes for each photo? Most of the code I've seen to do this seems MUCH more complicated.
If I wanted a div to show for a particular amount of time (say 5 secs) and then disappear (display:none; will work), how would I go about doing it? Would this be better executed in php or will JS do the job just as well?
I was wondering if it is possible to figure out the amount of time passed from a specific time in history till the present? If so how? I have tried so many different things and I am not getting the right returns.
I intend to start learning JS over the Xmas holidays, but right now I only have a very basic knowledge of it.I was just wondering if someone could point me in the right direction on how to do this, as I think i should be pretty easy.After someone changes something in the admin area [e.g. the position of an item] I want to be able to have a small div display at the top of the screen saying something like "Position Updated!" and then have it fade away after 2-3 seconds.
At the moment I have two div tags in my main index.php file, called "flowchartDiv" and "buttondataDiv".Now what I'm trying to do is when ever a image is clicked, "Image of a button", it is added to the database and the "flowchartDiv" must reload in-order to reflex the new button added to the database.I will settle for the "flowchartDiv" reloading after a set time but I actually want the "flowchartDiv" to reload every time I click on the image buttons in the "buttondataDiv".here is my code for index.php file:
Is there a way to set up a rotating image slide show where people can add or take out any number of images (into a database) without changing the script to give an exact number or names? I've seen this but can't find an example.
There is a div. When the mouse is over it the div is shown and it is hidden when the mouse is out. The script is here.
The problem is that there is no time delay for showing/hidding the div. When the mouse is over/out the div several times, the div is shown/hidden several times as well. How can I have the code to prevent this behaviour and only display/hide the div when the mouse stays on/out the div for a second?