When a user in somewhere of a site, he/she may want to login to access some user restrict pages. He/she clicks a login link on the menu and sign in on the login page. How to use JQuery to let the user back to the page where he/she clicks the login link?
I'm trying to open a div that holds several images when the user clicks on a link. Each clicked link will open the div and display a specific pic. Plus each time a link is clicked the div should close before opening the div with the appropriate pic. Since I'm new to jquery I'm a bit lost on this one.
I am trying to get a way by which I'll know exactly when user goes out of my site by clicking on close button in browser, So that w/e user click close button in browser, I can send a signal to server.
This seems to be achievable with body unload events, but it is little too much, as even if user navigate within my site, this event will be generated, this can be avoided by handling onclick of each link, so that I'll know exactly which link is clicked, but honestly this looks over doing to me, any other smart short cut for finding out when user click on X in browser?
I have this website that logs users clicks and their referrals clicks. I have graphs for each of these things. I currently have it working that when a user clicks a link on a page, it opens up another page and shows the graph. I want this to be sort of like a "drop down" window when they click. Here is a picture of when the link is not clicked: And when the blue circle (the thing boxed in red) is clicked:
I want to add a global event handler for mousedown that will register whenever the user clicks anywhere on the page but I'm having trouble.This is what I'm trying to do:
var body = document.getElementsByTagName("body"); alert(body); body.addEventListener(mouseDown, myHandler);[code]....
But the event handler is never called. I can't even seem to get access to the body. Is the body tag the wrong place to be assigning the mousedown handler? I'm trying to make this code work correctly in both IE and firefox.
I'm looking to have a lightbox pop up when a user clicks the Back button in their browser rather than just navigating back. The purpose is to ask a question with a Yes/No answer, and if they click No, I allow them to go back. The only thing I've found anything like this is the onUnload event, but that doesn't prevent them from going back. How should this be handled?
I have installed a flash mp3 player that streams music while browsing my website. Unfortunately there is a problem that any time you click a link to another page, everything reloads and the music restarts. Looking for advice on how to implement the music stream so it plays continuously and not affected by changing pages of the site. I would like to avoid any sort of frames implementation. Only other thing I can think of is some sort of AJAX implementation
i have a dropdownlist with some values,ex: One, Two and Three; One being the default value selected on load of dropdown list.When I select Two or Three, there is onselectedchange event fired and I can write custom code in handler. But I also want to do some custom handling when page is loaded and user justs clicks on default value of "One". I want to take an action when user clicks on default value, "One" of dropdwn.
I made a drop-down list that is opened when a user clicks on a button. If the user selects an item, the drop-down is rebuilt so the list is closed. If the user clicks on the button again, the drop-down closes using .toggle() on the button click event, and these two scenarios work great.However, I also need the drop-down to close when the user clicks anywhere outside of the drop-down. This seems simple, but I've been having a really difficult time figuring this out. I tried .focusout(), but this makes the events I have tied to selecting an item not fire at all. I also found this little bit of code from a drop-down plugin that should work perfectly, but it fires when the user clicks on the button, so the drop-down never opens:
I'm not the world's best developer, but I have a page where people can comment on someone's profile.The list can very easily become very long, and I would like to figure out a way where the user can click MORE, just like on Facebook, and without the page reloading more results appear below the ones already on the screen. point me in the right direction for this? I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. Perhaps I'm not looking in the right area.
I've been reading about jquery and ajax and I'm not exactly 100% sure as to how to implement it. Essentially I have the following: A textbox A select box Another select box
I am looking for someone who has used jQuery in the capacity of assigning a value to a text area when the user clicks a radio button. Here is the example code I have worked on so far that does not work.
I've been looking for an "Ajax CMS" but decided to learn jQuery to learn how to code it myself in order to earn some geek-girl cred among my male colleagues. I've learn a lot about jQuery in a week but as you can imagine I still have a lot to learn.
I have successfully animated an image (move to the left and increase opacity) when the mouse hovers a div and reset the image (move it back to its original position and reset the opacity) when the mouse move outside the div. So far so good...
Here comes the question: What I need to do -and don't know how to - is when the user clicks on the div the image should stay in the hover position while still being able to hover any other divs and activate the animation normally.
When a different div is clicked the previous "Clicked" div should return (animate) to its original position and the new "Clicked" div should stay in the hover position. Content will be loaded when the divs are clicked but there won't be page refresh since I'm loading the content by using the load funtion of jQuery.
I am trying to set up a toggle to allow users to show more precision when a user clicks a button. I have a function high() that doesn't do anything when it is called. I am fairly new to jQuery so I am not to familiar with the syntax.