I'm looking for 5-radio button replacement. The user should be able to slide a slider between values from 0 to a 100. Text will appear under it that will say "I strongly agree" "I agree somewhat" "I am indifferent" "I disagree" "I strongly disagree" depending on the values of the slider (they should change in real-time). Unfortunately I do not have the skill to make one, especially one that has a good browser-compatibility. Does anyone know any good snippets? I'll keep searching on google and post back if I find one.
Are there any good web UI component libraries -open source or commercial - that you can recomment? They need to be cross browser compatible and have good documentation. Jquery UI is very good but limited in number of controls it offers. YUI is very verbose and very hard to use. extJs only other one I can think of. Any others you use and like?
I am building a stand alone html help system (.chm.) So the usual woes with mailto are not going to be encountered. Likewise I am ensured all my intended users have Outlook installed. With that said This is what I want to do.
I have a simple html form with a an radio button option group, a listmenu, a text box, and a text area. What I would like to do is have a user fill out this form, and hit a button that sends the results via outlook. The TO, CC, and subject fields will be hard coded. I want the option from the list menu on line one, the radio button on line two, the text box on line three and the multi-line text area starting on line 4.
I'm using .load to load a snippet of code into a div on a page. This works fine, but IE won't show the div if there is any JQuery, or indeed and sign of <script></script> tags. The snippet I'm loading contains a form with a from/to date and needs some form validation, all of which I wish to use JQuery for, for instance:
Putting this script anywhere in the main body of my html page means that JQuery can't see the fields which eventually get loaded into the waiting div on the same page (even when using $(document).ready ). The field seems to be too deep in the DOM and loading too late for JQuery to see it. Anyway, this is why I want to include it at the top of the loaded html snippet. Is IE known to have a problem with scripts in .load-ed snippets? p.s.The reaction of IE is just to show a blank div.
I have a form with two slider on it so the user can select an amount. The slider works fine and passes the values to email ok etc. but when the page is loaded there is "[object Object]" in box of the second slider. I can't find the problem with the code as it is the same for the first slider.
I have to change the slider color depending on its value, but I didn't manage to do it, I changed the attribute "background" of the class "ui-slider-range" this way : $("#slider.ui-slider-range").css("background","red"); Since I have three states (red, orange and green) I have to use three sliders, each one has one color, all hidden at the beginning then I show the appropriate slider when the value changes.
I've got the following problem: I have a Jquery slider and I want to disable the click on the slider. I only want to change the slider when I click and drag the pointer. Standard you can also click everywhere on the slider and the pointer will go to that point. That I don't want. .
I have a php code that creates a select combo box depending on some values stored in a database and I am trying to make it look nicer I found the jquery slider I found this but it does not work in the environment I am working (joomla) well, it does but it disappears as soon as I move the slider. so if I had
I am a novice jQuery user and I was assigned a job to create an interactive map for a website. I want to make a simple nap, but I have no idea where to start. I am trying to make a simple map (as attached) so when a user comes to a homepage, the map would be visible. Then when the cursor is rolled over the map, different states appear in different color and when clicked, the user is taken to another page. Sounds simple, but I cannot find any useful info.I do not want anyone posting any codes, I want to try to do it myself.
how one could create a category picker just like gumtree (preferably in jquery):Specifically the points How clicking on a category opens another to the right How clicking on a category appends a variable like "#cat-10201" into the url (and vice versa) How css lists are used instead of form select menus (making it easily styled) How clicking on a deep subcategory automatically preselects all parent categoriesI'm not looking for anyone to actually code it for me (that would be outrageous :p) but tips on how it's actually structured and steps on how it can be coded I can do PHP and I know CSS also
I am looking for ways to make development of these types of applications more efficient in the future, I am considering using jquery or some other framework. I am very interested to hear anyone's input on this. Something I have been thinking of is making a "code repository" of sorts where snippets of code are saved for use in future projects that may require similar effects.[URL]..
I am evaluating client side web development tools for developing professional and stable Rich Internet Applications. What are my options in terms of technologies and the advantages and disadvantages of them.Also, can I just use HTML5 and CSS3 to develop my web 2.0/ RIA website?