I have the following code that will count the elapsed time and print the value in seconds after the user hits the stop button. However we are trying to get it to post the elapsed time in hours. So lets say the elapsed time is 20 mintues, the output would be .3 hours.
I set up the following code to check how many days have elapsed since a file has been uploaded:
alert("Days since file was uploaded="+diff); My problem is that modified.getTime() doesn't work. Apparently the result of Oxml.getResponseHeader('Last-Modified') is a string, such as Sun, 21 Nov 2010 21:17:49 GMT. I tried and tried - but couldn't get to make a proper date out of this.
when the page loads "text1" is displayed. then on the next line 2 seconds later "text2" is displayed and test1 is still displayed. and i need this to go to 5 lines so the final project should look like
I intend to start learning JS over the Xmas holidays, but right now I only have a very basic knowledge of it.I was just wondering if someone could point me in the right direction on how to do this, as I think i should be pretty easy.After someone changes something in the admin area [e.g. the position of an item] I want to be able to have a small div display at the top of the screen saying something like "Position Updated!" and then have it fade away after 2-3 seconds.
When the site loads up, invite the user to enter their name and then display a message at the top of the document which will say< good morning, evening, or afternoon >, based on the time they access your site, welcome to <insert the name of your site>
I have 10 image libraries and I want to see 2 pic at a time from each image library. I want to make a scroll option where I can see 1image from each library. Any advise on scrolling panel using jquery.
I've used countdown timers etc. that use the Jquery library, so I know it's possible for Jquery to retrieve the date and time for use.I was wondering if there is a way to limit the time a DIV is shown depending on the time or date. For example:
<div class="show_content"> Content </div>
And I want to show this DIV only from 12 am onwards on the day of 16th December
I am having a problem trying find out how to turn a number of seconds into a 00:00 format to do a countdown, and when it reaches 0:00 to redirect the window...
here is what I have figured out:
var tID = 0; var startTime = null; var timeout = 5*(60*1000);
ok im getting tired of looking for an answer and coming up short with scripts that dont work. i have a application that uses GMT for all its times and needs the clients timeoffset for showing the correct times for everything. i use date.getTimezoneOffset() which works fine and shows the daylight savings time correct value of -4 since im in eastern standard time and its daylight savings time right now. well eastern standard time is normally -5 and my dropdown populates with the -4 showing atlanta time. which will confuse the user and then they will pick -5 eastern time which will make everything an hour off. i have a disclaimer now, but i just want to know what the easiest way to display the users time zone name useing the getTimezoneOffset() value. i really want to be able to detect if the user has the adjust for daylight savings checked for their machine.
F.e I have div which id is someDiv and input text which id is someInput - and how to do that value of input object will display in DIV in real time? If i type letter "a" in input, it should automatically display in DIV. Which function should I use?