what you see below is the code, which is two parts, a highlight part,
and an unhighlight part. Below that is a sample of its use. What I am
body tag which will go through all of the 20-30 different <div> tags,
and check the settings of each of those radio boxes. Why? because I am
having the data editable in a form. Is there anyway to have say, a
script click each radio box/input box that has been selected or typed
(The $preview_HTML variable contains all the HTML for the webpage. No quotes are escaped. It is just a string variable with the webpage contents in it.) I hope that makes sense.
Basically, I just want to "write" the entire contents of the $preview_HTML variable without having to "worry" about escaping quotes, slashes, etc.
I have a web form with a <div> section ... I have it setup so the Update/Cancel buttons are fixed at the bottom of the screen while the content of the form is in the <div> and scrolls. Nice to the end user ... but when they go to print ... of course they only get a portion of the entire web site. I've searched and found references to CSS type solutions but have been unable to get them to work.
<div id="main" style="overflow:auto;"> web form </div>
I'm making a form to moderate comments.I want to make it as easy to use as possible, so that the moderator can scan the page, and just click anywhere on the post which shouldn't appear.The format of each post is a div with an h3 and a couple of paragraphs. I would like to be able to click anywhere inside the div to 'activate' the checkbox.I've tried just wrapping a label around the whole thing, but a label is an inline element and a div is block level, so it doesn't like it!
I was wondering if it's possible in ALL browsers (at least newer ones), to disable all elements within a section, without having to go through and disable every element individually? From my tests, it appears disabling a <tr> element with and id works in IE, but not in Firefox. Is there any cross browser solution? Or do I have to do it for every element within that section?
EDIT: With further research, it appears as though I can't just disable the <tr> element, and have it disable everything in the row (at least not in Firefox). Is there maybe a way to loop through with childNodes or something, and disable them that way?
hers the site i am working onhttp:/[url].....as you can see on this page.there are two main div(left,right)when a user clicks a link on left div accordingly an external page is loaded in the right div. when you click a link in IE the entire page is refreshed.I don't want to refresh entire page.i want to refresh the div (on the right) not the entire page.How should i go about it. Here's the link to script that i have used http:[url]......
I'm looking for a way to make an entire div clickable on this page: http://tinyurl.com/2ektm28 .Scroll down through the menu categories and you'll see a background change (for now) on the divs. And right now, the link is only on the h2.But I want the whole div to be clickable.I found this on CSS-Tricks, but it's not working for me. http:[url]....
I've got a quick question about jQuery's slideDown method. Unfortunately, I can't think of any sites that have this at the moment, but you know how some sites have a menu that has an entire div (or table) slide down when you hover over an element? And then you have the sites that slide down either the same thing or just a bunch of <li>'s? How can the effect of sliding down the entire div be achieved? The animation looks completely different from my site (which I will provide below). I will edit my post if I can remember the sites that have this, but for now, I can only provide my site which has the "rolling down" or "sliding down <li> tags" effect: [URL]
If I wanted to extract certain parts of the URL... how can I do this? I know how to extract the entire URL or just the search query but what if i want to do this /boxscore.asp?w=2&s=4&yr=Just extract the numbers 2 and 4 from the url. I want to make a new link for this site I am on to plug those 2 numbers into here/game.asp?gnum=2&gslot=4
I need to refresh a div which contains an ad while the rest of the page stays the same. I think I'm pretty close by reading the previous posts on this site, but one odd thing is tripping me up and I can't figure out why. When I call my function to refresh the div, it replaces everything on the page instead of just swapping out the div. Code:
does anyone know if there is a way to strip an entire form upon submission, of commas? i can do it field by field, but since there is over 30 fields, it seems a bit silly, if there is a more efficient way of doing things...
I was trying to modify the code-slider plugin so that it would scroll panels that were the size of the entire screen. (the demo on the jquery site has it moving panels that are rather small). So I thought all I had to do was take each div that sandwiches the panel (several are nested) and set their width in code to be the width of the monitor. It did not work.
So I simplified the code to show here. I just have the divs, and their css, and the code that sets them to the width of the screen.
Here's the entire code, css, and html (its not long):
We want the panel to extend the width of the page, and eventually also figure out how to make it extend the height of the page. Then we want to put a menu on top which will scroll from panel to panel, where each panel covers the entire page. The menu would have absolute positioning, so it would stay on top.
i want to load my entire front page with jquery, after a button is hit. Something like redirect to front-page.
I've already got the handler on the button, that executes document.location.href = '/index.php' Its working, but i'd like to make its behave like(pseudocode): $.ajax('/index.php') or: $.load('/index.php')
Is that possible, and if it is, how can i do that?