I'm coding a simple hover-opacity thing for some images on my site on the navigation bar. Although I'm receiving this message in my Firebug. uncaught exception: Syntax error, unrecognized expression: . Here's the navigation code:
I'm downloading jQuery and specifying it using the src attribute on the scropt tag from http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.6.2.min.js and i'm getting that error.I've tried downloading jQuery and saving it locally and that works. However if i use the CDN it's giving me that error on firebug.
The profiler in firebug is great for figuring out what calls are taking up the most time. I have already optimized a lot of my selectors and it is much faster.
However the profile shows a lot of jquery error() calls. In the attached image of the firebug profile window you can see it was called 52 times, accounting for 15.4 of the processing time.
Is that normal for jquery to call its error() like that? My code works flawlessy, and there are no error messages in the firefox error console. It seems like that is a significant performance hit. Is there anyway to get more info on what the errors are?
I trying to make a call to an external domain using $.ajax() and it WORKS, the server receives the call, but the response in firebug errors out in jquery.js line 7760. I've been beating my head at this all day and don't feel like I've made it much further.
I suspect it has something to do with the dataType or type of the request. But I've tried all kinds of things from POST to GET to JSONP in the type. For dataType, I've also tried "html", "text", "xml", "json", and even some combos of "text html" but no success.
I'm trying to include some JSON in my script, but Firebug gives an error that I'm missing a closing bracket, but EVERYTHING matches - brackets, parens, quotes, everything. To make it simple, I've put everything in the onLoad function. Here's the code:
when the user submits a form whose fields have not satisfied the validations, then how can we display a "message" saying that "please fill all the fields appropriately"? And also that message should disappear when the fields are appropriately filled.
We are using the jquery droppable plugin on our portal. We have a situation when drag n drop brings in the IE 8 mixed content warning dialog. There is a AJAX load request which is fired when there is a drop. Does this plugin have support over SSL? Is there any way to fix this issue. I did use Fiddler, HTTPWatch Basic and also the FireFox Net tab and the AJAX requests are indeed https://.
I get in both cases the same result, the expected elements are in my object, but in the second case, I get a Firebug warning saying "Unknown pseudo-calls or pseudo-element 'first'". This happens each time I am adding any :filter to any selector which uses more than one single expression. Does that mean that I should create my selectors as I did in the first case?
For some strange reason, none of the scripts get loaded when I load the page. However, once I open firebug to try to see what's happening, it works fine.
When I go to the site using FF5 or Safari 5, everything pulls up great. When I try to open the page using FF3.6 or IE8 none of the classes show up, I then up Firebug or IE Developer toolbar and refresh and the xml appears without failing.
I've a technical problem, i use jQuery Form Plugin and it's working well except for upload file. Effectively after uploading file we can't see any response in firebug. (You can see an example in the official website of jquery form plugin [URL] And in the response i call a script with