I have a series of links in my page, all with its title atribute filled. The thing is that I don't want the browser to show this title whenever i hover those links, but still want to have mi titles in the markup Is there any way to do it?
I'm using JQuery in site I'm building and I can see that it works on my browser and a majority of other peoples browsers. However, there are a couple of users for whom the features that make use of jQuery don't work. Unfortunately, these users are remote so it makes troubleshooting difficult. Is there a quick way to check if the browser (Internet Explorer)
I'm looking for some simple code that would look at the current width of a browser window and then compare that to a value, say 800. If it's true then would use remove command to get rid of an element.I found this remove command, but unsure of the rest.$j('#elementToRemove').remove();
I'm looking for a JS code that will check the current browser and then use a different background image accordingly.Mainly for browsers like Flock and etc. that aren't yet CSS3 friendly (background-size:cover; etc.)I'm not looking for an alternative to CSS3, because, well, I like it! Just a way to check if the current browser is CSS3 friendly.[EDIT]I just started reading an article about Object Detection ttp://www.quirksmode.org/js/support.html). Seems like a better alternative to browser detection. However, how do I use JS to check if the browser supports a CSS3 statement???
From a browser address bar command? Say if a page has hundreds of checkboxes, and I needed to check them all, but only 2-3 should be left out, how do I input a browser command line, to check it all, so I will manually uncheck the 2 or 3 that's not needed?
Does anyone know of a way I can check asp validator controls from the client side? I need to be able to opt out of a postback if any validators are false. I am using a ComponentArt tabstrip and it proceeds with posting back even if "IsValid" is false.