I'm using the following function to access elements with specific attribute values in an XML file. These elements then also have child elements, which contain the required data to be rendered as HTML. Code:
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I am trying to make it so that the style "RowSelected" (embedded below) is applied to the table row from which the radio button is selected, and then removed when a different radio button is clicked.
How could I apply a css style to a <tr> row based on the value of the contents in column 1?
For instance, on my table (generated from an asp:GirdView), column 1 contains a number ranging from 1.00 to 12.00. I need to show a certain background color for all rows whose value in column 1 is greater than 10.
I am using jQuery to dynamically style my pages. For example, I prepend icons to certain headings or make links with certain id's perform AJAX operations. I am performing or binding all of this in the document.ready function.
Sometimes I am opening a popup window which basically displays another page. Now, I also want to apply my styling function to the new elements within the popup. What is the best way of doing this? Sure, I could just call all the styling functions for the whole document again after opening the popup, but is there "cleaner" way?
Simple. The problem is that the effect works on elements already written in the main page, but not onthe elements that come from the asynchronized html! How can I apply the effect on the "new" code too?
This is a trimmed down version of my problem, '.myElement' gets duplicated on double click. In '.myElement' is content and a close button that when clicked removes itself.
The problem is "newly" created elements don't get the the dblclick or the child 'a.close' click events. i know i can double the events and re apply after the element is created but in my real version there is WAY more going on in each of these events and i don't want to create all that redundant code. i guess i can pull all the actions out into functions and bind after creation but even that is a little messy, is there an apply events feature in jQuery or something?
For instance, I want a method that you can pass a reference to an object, and for instance, find the current css height property that applies to it, no matter where it was declared. I don't mind it returning a null value if it wasn't set anywhere, but if it's coming from some css class or some css id or some locally defined style, I want to know what is being expressed.
If I just try el.style.height, it only lets you know what the height is if it was explicitly defined in the style tag.
i am trying to have text-decoration applied on some text depending on the value of certain variable. If the value of myvar=0 text-deco =none and if it's 1 then text deco= line-trough...
Kind of the same thing that emails web apps like yahoo or gmail do with mails read or unread if it's unread then email title/subject is bold/strong but if it's read then email title is in normal font-weight...
here is some piece of code i have written to do that
the text on which i want to apply the conditionnal decoration is a table cell (cell2DisplayCell1), the text itself is inserted by the innerHTML instruction!
I tried to introduce the conditional statement with a function displaylinksLineThrough() which is defined in the second block code... Code: