We have a list of items that each has a different quantity available. So I am going to create a multiple select menu, where they can select several different items. So, how can I make it that when they leave the field it sends all the different ones to the ajax program to build all the appropriate quantity forms?
I'm having some problems understanding the append() function. What I'd like to do is select an element using it's ID and add a row to the table with a HTML form element. The table is dynamically generated using a Django template ( form.as_table() ) so I'm not able to alter the original HTML markup too much.
It appears that using the insertCell method to append a cell to a table row in the tbody creates a data cell by default. I need to create a header cell (in the tbody, not in the thead). Is this possible? The desired result would be something like this:
<table> <tbody> <tr> <th>#text</th> <-- I am unable to create this element. <td>#text</td> <td>#text</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
So ive got a fun page where I need to create the dropdowns based on anarray I pass into the html. (coming form php)However I cant figure out how to actually create a select box... I canhowever populate a select box that exists...Before Jquery does its stuff
<ul id="filter"></ul> So heres what I need the end to look like after jquery has run its stuff
I'm trying to understand how to work the dom, and all I'm trying to do is insert a link right before another link in the html based on it's href value. This isn't a real world example - I'm just trying to do this in phases to understand what's going on. I'm getting an error (Object doesn't support this property or method) in IE and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Code:
I am new to query. So far I have found this a huge improvement on coding all this stuff myself. I want to create a button which will add a new div element to the html page. I can do this in php however I want to know if there is a simple way of doing it in query and where I would look to find the documentation and examples of this function.
i'm sorry if this question has already been asked, but I searched for the term 'create element' on the jQuery Google Groups and didn't find the answer. I basically want to create html dynamically and be able to add it to my webpage. Suppose I have the following html:
Now for my problem. There isn't really a problem in the sense that the game is fully functional, it's more of just something that bugs me. I created the game in hopes of making it as unobtrusive as possible to the page. The entire game uses 3 css classes and one JS Object named bloc. I want the game to generate its own div to live within, which it currenyl does, but I want the div to be name-less and ID-less, so other scripts in any page will not interfere. Code:
create element set class set innerHTML display wait for user input and destroy
My problem is this: using Firefox I can manipulate the '<option>'s into select-fields so that I can draw icons near their values just using css. W3C doesn't allow using anything but "CDATA" into options...