On my site i use a lot of features that are unsupported by older browsers, and right now it looks pretty stupid when the features are only partially shown. So i was wondering if there's a way of making the browser look to different css files depending on which browser and version it is. For example, css3 gradient backgrounds are supported in firefox 3.6 or something, but not in 3.0. All the hacks out there is to 3.*, so it changes for the allready working 3.6 too if i hack it. I want to controll it so that i have a specific css file for the none-supporting version and lower and one for the supporting and above. I looked at a bad browser plugin (because it has some of the basic features im looking for)
I need a function to change an id depending on the webrowser.if the guy uses internet explorer the id of the main there as to be renamed mainie.if he is with firefox the id of the main as to be renamed mainfff and if he uses opera the id of the main as to be ranamed mainop.
Note that these bids will NOT be placed in ascending or descending order (this auction is different from most) and this means the values must be re-sorted each time a new value is posted -- so they always appear sorted from high to low in the list.
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 have a page that is displaying all the field values for an object. On that page, I want to display one image if the value of the field Reports_to is Jim, and another image if the value of the field Reports to is Bill. I've tried the following.
I want to make a script that composes an image depending on several variables. The image is composed of a base piece of clothing (e.g. t-shirt) on which an image and text can be placed. The color of the piece of clothing; the location of the image, the image itself and the text are variable. Also the font of the text can change. Is there a base script I can use? Or is there a small script that handles a piece of the desired functionality?
Probably this is a thing better done in flash. But I don't know flash and really don't want to either. Code:
In my particular case, the image is changing on the server although the URL for it remains the same, but the browser is still displaying the old image from its cache rather than the new image from its URL location.
I was wondering if there is a way to use Jquery to reduce the amount of images I use on my company website as well as resize them depending on the page they're displayed on. It's just that I feel that's it's very tedious creating 5 or 6 formats for each campaign each with it's own dimensions depending on the page and unfortunately my company doesn't want to implement a Backoffice fed site, which means I have to do it all manually.
I have a website which displays photos. I want the photos to be resized depending on the innerWidth and innerHeight of the browser. I have my resolution set to 1024x768. So if you go to [URL] and click on 'Commissions' my 'w' variable in the URL contains 1024 but for some reason the 'h' variable displays 50. If I click on 'Commissions' one more time then it correctly displays h=602.
The code below lets a user select a drop down option and a picture changes depending on the selection. I am trying to make it so when you select an option on the dropdown the picture shows up in the center of the screen and in the background behind the text. Here is the code.
how to achieve the same affect with the code pmw helped me with several months ago this time around im trying to achieve the same affect instead of displaying one image im wanting to display text but stuff like this depending on what is selected once again it will display the following.the url for this is once again here.how much space,bandwidth,ram for gaurantee and burstable ram and ips etc.. now how can i do this using the following code below.
So what I want to do is create a function that grabs the url (relative) from the PIC tag in the XML ("newssmall.jpg") and then uses this URL to display the image on the HTML page.This way, only the XML needs updating when updating the news section of the site.
I have a fucntion that runs after page loads which is supposed to show an image with Loading Data in Progress. Please wait message while it is pulling data. It is working in Firefox but IE is not displaying the image and the message at all. see attached working image in Firefox. My image HTML is:
So when the button is pressed/unpressed it should display tstileo and tstilec What format should my HTML code be to display the image ? This is whats there at the moment
I have a fucntion that runs after page loads which is supposed to show an image with “Loading Data in Progress. Please wait” message while it is pulling data.t is working in Firefox but IE is not displaying the image and the message at allMy image HTML is:
i am pretty new to jquery and hope this is the right place to ask. my problem is the following. when i mouseover a certain element on a page, i want that a certain image is displayed in the top right corner of the page, no matter where the it is currently scrolled. how can i achieve that?