We want to emphasize the top about 10 items (number varies based on other criteria) in bold or perhaps a lightgray background. The Ajax Toolkit ComboBox is filled from an SQL database. After it is filled (or perhaps while it is being filled) we'd like to bold the top so many items. How to do this in JQuery?
Maybe it isn't really best practice (as it turns out) to use both jQuery and Dojo in the same application, but there are things I like about both libraries (for example jQuery is faster with animations, while Dojo has interface objects I like better). Nonetheless, best practice or not, I use both and that seem to create some complications.
The first time I load content via AJAX with jQuery DOJO seems to properly parse the checkboxes, datetime pickers, etc. which are sent with the new HTML. However, it seems the second time the parser won't react. I'm calling dojo.parser.parse() every time I load content with jQuery's $.ajax call. So basically my code looks like this:
I am using dojo to validate my signup form. If I putting execute="checkPw(arguments); before "submitI fValid(this.isValid());"> , the check password is working but i cant submit the form or vice versa.
After Fetching the data from the grid1 of store1. Now, I need to Remove the Selected items in the grid2 to the grid1. After Removing the Selected items to the grid2 that items should be Added from the grid1.
We are using jquery plugin in websphere portal which uses dojo, one objservation is both use $ sign to start the function.
We have tried following.
1) We have put statement for jquery conflick $j = $.noconflict();
2) Still error persist while the page is loaded.
3) After this we have find Replaced $ with $j in all plugin files still it says $j is undefined. Do we need to replace it at all places or on specific places? Please see below code how it looks like after replacing $ with $j and let us know if this is correct.