All my font-sizes are set as relative sizes in CSS (large, medium, small, x-small, etc). Let's say something is set in CSS to be xx-large, but a visually impaired user wants it displayed even bigger. Can a script determine an element's absolute size, *as it is being rendered by the browser*, and then increment the element's font-size in absolute terms?
I'm attempting to make a web page that adapts to the size of your browser size when it maximized. Because I'm only 15 I'm not such a great programmer or coder. I've done my best with the resources I have though (Fluent in Lua and a natural ability to pick languages syntax up quickly)
Here is what I have so far, it doesn't work and it is starting to puzzle me. As it seems correct as I look at it. I'm sorry if this question show my ignorance. I try my best to hide it.
Some of it is Copy pasted from sources on Google. But only for educational purposes, I learn off reading, examining and testing out snippets.
I'm basically trying to get the max size of the window and resize the div accordingly.
where da boss wants our a large piece of our site to be fully dynamic and integrated on any screen size. This means changing font on size. Well I cam up with a solution, figured if no one has one better, then i'll share
I am new to Jquery mobile framework.I have an asp.net web application and I want to convert it into Jquery mobile framework.I have a datalist on an aspx page.The size of the datalist decreases according to the window size to certain extent after which the size of the datalist becomes constant and doesn't decrease with the window size.
How can I change my text or font size when the user changes the browser size. Example: When the browser is maximized, the font goes to normal, when the browser window decreased, the font size is reduce.
I developed a web application and it is working fine, except for one issue. The application includes uploading files from a JSP to my servlet, and the issue is that i would like to have a limit for the uploaded files on the client side (before actually uploading it).
I would like to add that I have my application running on Oracle application Server, JSPs for displaying the forms, MultiPart Java API for getting the form input values and files to my servlet and everything is developed in JAVA.
Either by limiting the file size or the limiting the whole request size sent to the servlet.
I'd have thought this would be easy but I've been looking for hours and all I can find is info on getting the viewport size, which is normally useful but not in my situation.
In this case I need the actual browser size, including the scrollbars, toolbars, status bars etc. to get an idea of browsers which aren't maximised/full screen and how big they are, and to calculate the amount of the screen taken up by toolbars etc too.
The only information I can find, on file size, relates to images. But any file can be uploaded through this tool, so I also need to determine the size of other binary and text files.
Is it possible to get the actual document size? Not the window size, but the actual rendered document size, which in my case is bigger than the window.
I am trying to set up a form entry system where the user scrolls by the UP and DOWN keys. The idea is to keep as much context on the screen.
Say the form has 15 lines, and 7 are displayed. The user starts on line 1, at the top of the screen. The text on the screen stays fixed, until the user gets to the center of the page (line 4) and then scrolls one line at a time to always keep the current line centered, until the user gets to line 11, at which point the last 7 lines are displayed, and the screen stops scrolling...
Does that make any sense? Basically, since the user probably wants to refer to the lines that are both above and below the current line, I want to keep the current line centered as much as possible....
So I am thinking of retrieving the size of the entire document, then the size of the display window, and then calculating the percentage of the document that is displayed, and scrolling a certain percentage with each line...
How can I change font size according to window size?font-size=xx% is not working as I expect.Plz give me code for that.My wish is to chage font size according to window size, so that I can always get same type of screen.Currently when i reduce my window , my text also changes its position,looks quite messy.
One thing I have noticed if that if I add an "alert ('whatever');" after preloading each image it does work. Any clue what could be wrong? why adding an allert makes it work?
Remember it does not work when loading the page the first time so you need to close down the browser and reopen it. Code:
The code at the end of this post displays 3 lines, each of which is supposed to display the inner width of the browser window.The top line, show width 1, is filled in by an inline script inserted in the body after the 3 display lines.The middle line, show width 2, is a function defined in the head section and kicked off by the onload event of the body tag.The last line, show width 3,is a function that is also defined in the head section and kicked off as window.onresize by the show width 2 script.This works the same when you remove the window.resize line and add the onresize event to the body tag.
I'm running XP professional 64-bit and Explorer 8. I saved the code to my hard drive and here is the results and what I think is happening.Double click the file, window maximized:
This page is 0 pixels wide. This page is 0 pixels wide. This page is 1897 pixels wide.
During the load and at load the DOM does not know the width of the window yet. When the page is complete the DOM is updated and the change in the window size triggers the onresize event and the third width is updated correctly.Double click the title bar to unmaximize the window and the display changes to:
This page is 0 pixels wide. This page is 0 pixels wide. This page is 929 pixels wide.
The page was not reloaded, so the first two lines remain the same, it was resized so the third line changes.Hit F5 to refresh the screen:
This page is 929 pixels wide. This page is 929 pixels wide. This page is No Jave Script pixels wide.
The page was refreshed with the DOM already knowing the width of the page so lines one and two displayed the proper width. It was not resized, so line 3 was not refreshed and the original text remained.
Resize the window:
This page is 929 pixels wide. This page is 929 pixels wide. This page is 808 pixels wide.
The dom initially knew the old size when it was refreshed, so lines one and two did not change. Line three was updated after the window size was updated in the DOM.
Here is the actual page code:
Code: <!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet --> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <HTML>[code]...