im having an issue creating a flashing cell within a table and was wondering if anyone could suggest on how i resolve this.When i do use this the background of the cell stays the original background color and i get no error warning from my degugger.
Is there any way to have the background color change in a cell only when the mouse is over the link? This is what I have so far: <td class=topnav2 onClick="location.href='AboutAD/overview.htm'" onMouseOut="this.style.backgroundColor='#9966FF'"onMouseOver="this.style.backg roundColor='#660099'" bgcolor="#9966FF" width="107" height="45"valign="middle"> <a class="topnav2" href="AboutAD/overview.htm">About Alzheimer's</a> Currently you rollover the cell it changes color, I just want this effect when you roll over the text.
I'm the webmaster for a recreational organization. As part of one page of the site, I have an HTML "Calendar at a Glance" of the organization's events for the month. It's a simple table of a calendar, 7 across by whatever needed down, and I manually create it each month - not a big deal.
Every day I go in and darken the background color of the current day's cell by changing the appropriate <TD> entry to <TD bgcolor="c63800"> and uploading the page. Takes well under a minute start to finish. Thus the calendar gradually changes color over the course of the month, with the past dates dark and the future dates lighter and thus more apparent to the eye.
But I have to ask if there's a nifty way in which this might be done automatically, based on the current day and the number (the day of the month) that follows the <TD> entry.
Is it possible to change a table cell background color or add any attributes based on a criteria, anyway, here's my scenario. I have a php table dynamically created onthefly, (let say on load), then i have a sql query returning some values. So illustrating: Table: Sql Result 1 2 3 4 5 2 5 7 6 7 8 9 10
What I am trying to achieve is use the sql result to add attributes to the table cells so for the illustration say i want to add a bold attribute to all table cell which corresponds to the sql result, the result would be, Result: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Any plugins out there? "Its php (server-side) and jquery (client-side) talking...but I know there is a way!
I'm trying to be tricky and its not been working LOL. I have a gallery page with lots of thumbnails that load up. What I wanted to do was have a "LOADING IMAGE" GIF in each of the table cells so that the user would see visually how many more images were going to load up. That bit is fine but when all the thumbs have loaded I want to change that Cell background image to something else.
How would I do this? Would I be able to reference them all at once or would I have to reference each individual cell one at a time.
To better illustrate my point see this this link :
I have successfully installed superfish-powered drop-down menus in my horizontal nav bar, but I get an irritating (and inconsistent) issue when I click on a nav link: the drop-down menus briefly "flash" down as the new page loads. In fact the page as a whole flashes. This behavior only occurs in IE8 (haven't tried 7) - Firefox, Safari,Chrome are all fine. The url is: peacefulnations.org
And then I have this code to determine the cell height.
So basically I need both my first and last cells to be able to have the mainbody cells height, but that code only works when placed in or after the cell being measured, in this case "mainbody", my question is this, is their a way to get the size of the mainbody cell before its done loading somehow?
The user can get around with this problem by un-selecting the text from the input-box before hitting <Esc>. But this is not something that I expect the user to remember to do. I need a way to fix this problem. I tried the logical thing and programmatically un-select the text before turning the cell back to read-only. But this actually made thing worse - this causes the workaround to stop working.
The only browsers that I have tested this program is IE6 and IE8. I have not tested this in any other browser.
Attached is a simplified version of the program that can show this problem in action. This simplified program first adds an empty table on the web page, and then creates an instance of the CEstGrid class that takes care of the grid. CEstGrid will add two rows of test data into the table with two columns in each row. The user should use a mouse to click at one of the cell, and the cell should be highlighted. The user uses arrow keys to navigate the table. When he reaches the end of the table, he will wrap around to the other side of the table. Let say the user reaches the cell in row-1 column-2, he hits <Enter> to change the cell to editable. He will find the text in that cell to be highlighted. When he hits <Esc> at this moment, he will find that he cannot use the arrow keys to navigate the table any more, and this is the problem. Please rename the test program from .TXT to .HTML to test it.
<td name="third" class="boryellow" onmouseover="this.className='borblue'" onmouseout="this.className='boryellow'">cell</td> even when dealing with empty images - click on link will change border of different element - imgs, but not span or td ... <a href="#" onclick="document.all.xxx.className='borblue'; document.all['name'].className='borblue';
Replacing any element link by "third" or "spanx" will cause stuck ant not executing other actions.
what is wrong with this script. I put an onClick= changeColor(this);" in my <td> tag to call the script but still not working.
I'm putting together a portfolio site and I'd like to use high-res images that take up most of the screen to show different works. There would be a menu bar with links to each work, where a click on that work's link would change the background by doing a standard "dissolve" effect.I have seen many different plugins for "rotating" images and changing background colors at the click of a button. Is there a method specifically for this purpose? As an alternative to altering the background-image of the body itself,I would be willing to use a properly sized div (or div's) to achieve this effect.
I've got this code that creates a new new row and cell. I then put some text into the cell with innerHTML - works beautifully with Firefox but fails with IE. I guess IE doesn't support this way of doing it, but is there another way of doing it with DOM?