JQuery :: Hides Some Divs On Page Load-But Not Fast Enough?
Mar 18, 2010
[URL].. I have used some jQuery to hide two divs (#choices and #review) until a selection of "yes" or "no" is made. My problem is that as the page loads, these div's are displayed for a split second until the jQuery hides them. Can anyone tell me a better way or a fix for the existing code that I am using?
This hides all divs except the first one (check the site) on load, then whenever I click a h3, it performs as an accordion, sliding the hidden div down and other visible divs back upI want to add another functionality. I want it to be like, if you click on a h3, and the next div is already open, it will hide that div. else, it performs this function. This would be a basic if/else then wouldn't it? I'm new to jq but I've done mIRC scripting in the past and I don't know how the selectors work yet
I've created a function that would hide and show paragraphs from a drop down list, that paragraph contains a link that will show a div containing a map of google. But when I switch to another State on the drop down list I'd like to have the original first paragraph that showed up to disappear. So far, I can only get the <div> that contains the map to disappear.a function that would hide the paragraph and the <div>? Again, Here's the code:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"> <html> <head>[code].....
I'm trying to code a menu which when clicking say the 'news' button, a div will appear to the right containing the news, if you then click the button below, say 'information', the news div will be replaced by the 'information' div. I can figure out how to make a single menu item show and hide a div, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to do it for a whole menu.
When I use the load function on my first page (index.html): $('#content').load('page1.html #content'); I got two divs on my page with the same id (id="content"). ... <div id="content"> <div id="content">Content from page1.html</div> </div> ... How do I resolve this issue without a another div?
I expanded upon a script a friend helped me write, to create a simple check box that hides / shows content, as shown HERE. [URL] Unfortunately, I don't have a clue how to expand this, so that I can use more than one checkbox on the page, to open different sections.
I have five DIV tags that contain a photo and brief bio for partners of an accounting firm. I need to randomize these DIV tags (id="d1" - "d5") to display only one of the tags on each page load. Normally, I would do this with ColdFusion but the client isn't willing to purchase the language support for their hosting system. A sample of one of the DIVs is below.
I have 2 divs which I would like to show alternatively on page load or refresh - so on 6 refreshes you would get:div1div2div1div2div1div2I have some random divs working at the moment, but just wondered if it is possible to do in order?
I have multiple divs on a page, each with some images in it, you could think of every div as a row. On .ready() the images in these rows are being .hidden()What I want to happen next is that the images in the rows are being loaded randomly with a .fadeIn() but every image 1 second after the other. I've tried some things but I can't seem to get it all together
I'm trying to use the function once which is .load() and fetch my content from there,then after that I'd like to seperate the class's or div's I'll be using such as <div d="test1">This content will show in the external website</div>But I'm having trouble doing that, I've used multiple lines just to load the same page and take small bits of content out and it doesn't work well together as some load's results will be different compared to the others.Heres my code:
I am wondering how to select a div on a page that is loaded using the .load() function.I have tried using a function in the callback of the page to select elements but this didn't work.It appears the pages are called after a the document has loaded (which makes sense) thus anything I place on the page that is loading the various data into the the content div can't selected the newly loaded content.I could include the new script on the pages I am loading but this would result in the undesirable editing every page I have made.
I am currently using load() to display content upon clicking a line. I would like to add another load function to the same anchor's click event. I tried applying the click function to the sam a.class but it did not work.I have the load a.class within an accordion. here is my current jQuerry functions on the page
I'm loading a list of elements into mydiv with ajax, I want them to be selectable so I call the UI plugin selectable after the list has loaded.
The list building function produces this:
<div id='mydiv'> <ul id='mylist'> .... </ul>
The problem is, every time I click the link to reload the list via ajax, I get a duplicate selectable event handler created. Should I be removing the old event handlers before reloading the div ? if so, how?
Everything works, as in selectable still works, and only seems to fire once but I get ever growing memory usage in firefox and an ever growing list of event handlers in the firebug script tab. Eventually firefox starts to crawl and I have to restart the browser.
I have a single webpage that contains information on all 50 U.S. states. There are 50 links at the top to jump down to the state you want, and at the bottom of the information for each state a Back to Top link.
I'm making the Back to Top link into something more complex, and it will require three or four lines of code.
So that I don't have to repeat the code 50 times, and create a burden when I need to edit it, I want to place it in a .js file and call it x. Then below the information for each state I'll simply have:
Does calling code from a .js file 50 times slow down the page load? Which method would load faster?
I use superfish horizontal nav-bar style. Subcategories appearhorizontally below categories.The problem is that when I take themouse from the category name to reach one of their subcats, thesubmenu disappears! The subcategories disappear too fast! Is there away to fix this?
Is it faster/more beneficial to have two snippets of code be generated by php at 2 different urls and then have a load function for each url? Or have the two snippets on one page, surrounded by id's and then load them that way?
Seems im moving on from the css forums to java (im scared). I am a keen learner but an absolute beginner to java. What i need to be able to do is. When a student clicks on a link in the main menu e.g number I need a something that can load the following two divs.
#contentwindow #three I already have jquery running on the page and all css is embeded for now if that is helpful. [URl]..
I am trying to get images to load randomly into 4 different divs on my page from the same source folder. However I do not want any repeats in any of the 4 boxes. Is there a code to do this? I have looked all over and can only find random image load for one location and doesn't register if the image has been loaded in a previous div yet or not