take a look at my site at [URL] to see what I have set up with frames. I'm looking for code that will allow users to click on "meet the parents" in the top frame, for example, and nicely scroll from the current position in the bottom frame to the Meet the Parents section also in the bottom frame. Then, if the user wants to go to Poodle Facts from there, it'll scroll smoothly from Meet the Parents to Poodle Facts. etc. I got a JS code somewhere, but it doesn't work.
You can view the site at [URL]... This site is based around the concept the the city will grow as the company grows and we wanted a different feeling then scrolling with the scroll bars provided. I have been working on a keypad style of navigation that consists of four directional arrows (up, down, left, right).
I am currently using setInterval() function to loop the scrollTo Plugin on mousedown() and the clearInterval() function to end the loop on mouseup(). I have tried the serialScroll son to scrollTo but could not get it to do anything. My code is almost there i feel but i can not get over this last little hump of making it smoother.
I have also set the interval to repeat at 1 millisecond to achieve smooth scrolling. I have included the code that makes what I have accomplished so far work but it is still a bit rough, especially in Firefox 4. So far this does work in all browsers, including IE, but it could stand to be smoother and I am at a loss of how to accomplish this. Also if you click on one of the navigation buttons and immediately do a right click on it, the page gets stuck scrolling in that direction.
At any rate, I am wanting to mod this jquery smooth scroll to anchor so that it fades in once in position. Farthest I've gotten has been that some how within the procedure, "onAfter().fadein" should be added. Nothing in that vain has worked. You can view the page I am working on here: [URL]
The value of lastModifier varies from browser to browser. For example, for a server writing the header:Last-modified: Fri, 04 Jun 2010 20:41:59 GMTSafari 4 puts out a literal string that is exactly what is found in the document header, Fri, 04 Jun 2010 20:41:59 GMTFirefox 3.6 and Internet Explorer 8 put out a reformatted string in local time (not sure if it's the server's local or the browsers local, since my server is in the same time zone).06/04/2010 13:41:59Is there any way to get a consistent lastModified string without doing browser sniffing? I would expect sniffing to not be resilient to change, given that lastModified output has changed before in browser history, based on posts from several years ago, and will likely change again.
The sample code works as it should in IE, and switches the two rows nicely.
In Mozilla however it fails the first time, but for some odd reason it works fine afterwards.
Mozilla doesn't seem to be removing the duplicated node the first time, which makes it appear as if an extra node is inserted into the table (which is actualy the case), but on subsequent attempts, it seems to be removing the duplicated node perfectly... Code:
Code: var d = new Date(); var localTime = d.getTime();
Once you load this up you will see that eventually the hover will not set the height correctly. Keep on hovering on each item and then leaving it before it fully expands and then the next time you go over it it will leave off where the last item had expanded to
I have list of about a thousand applications for which various outsourcing companies are supporting at different levels. I want to use the attached code to filter. For example, if I type "SOX", every row with "SOX" appears. The filter works well but when I type "S" and the information appears on row, the height of the row changes. When I type "O" it changes more. What must I change to keep the height of the rows consistent.
What to return from my functions. Initially I was returning true or false to indicate success. But really, true only indicates that the function completed, not that it successfully did what it was supposed to do.
Try/catch is pretty useless as the browser tends to ignore most errors and so doesn't execute the catch clause in a consistent manner.
I notice libraries tend to return an object reference, which would be undefined on failure.
jQuery - Scrolling browser Window. I have two demos of scrolling page content with jQuery.
This one - [url] is scrolling the contents inside a container and it works as I wanted on Mac/PC
I need the same effect as above but I need to scroll the whole browser window.
I have a demo here - [url]
Problem here is on the Mac the transition are jumpy and it seems to flash the first yellow div before sliding up or down. Testing on a PC it will slide down but won't slide up. How can I get the whole browser window to slide up and down with a smooth transition.
im searching for a plugin/code example for text scrolling. I got some text in a <div> if text is longer than for example 300px it gets cut and is scrolling from start to end, stops for a second and then scrolls back, stops and all over, and if its not long enough than 300px then just displays normaly. Something similar to the Song name scrolling inin anyMP3 player.
I have webcams, and I want to display the images (jpg) from the cameras on a webpage, refreshed continuously.
For a smooth transition I found a script that utilises double buffering. This works nice, but it is rather complex. I need to change it because it is made to display one camera, but I want more cameras on one page. With every change I make the refresh stops.
Does someone have an example (or a pointer) how to make such a script/page (simple)?
I'm using animate() on images with sizes like 1100x1600 px. In Chrome and Firefox the animation isn't that bad (although not at all smooth) and in Safari even worse. Is it impossible for jquery to smoothen the animation with such big images? Are there any js libraries which do this better?[URL]..
I have images on my website that I want to enlarge when the user mouses over them - but to be as smooth as this example and actually displays over top of the content as opposed to making the content move and resize. I am sure that I could build this from scratch, but really do not have time and why invent the wheel if I do not have to!
Does anybody know how to load an IFrame in the background of the browser, without interfering with running JQuery animations?
I have this page that contains an IFrame. Using JQuery I set the src attribute to a certain url.
But my page is also showing an animating span continuously. (kind of progress-bar). When the IFrame is loading a large image of the external url, the browser stops temporarily, until the images is loaded, so my animation is stopped for an instant, and then continues.