I'm having trouble figuring out why content isn't showing up on the 2nd and 3rd tabs of a tabbed content section embedded on a page. The content shows fine for the first tab but not at all for 2 and 3.
Page of tabbed content is [URL].. It's an OsCommerce site using STS Templates for the pages. Here's the code:
I really don't know if this is correct but it works! What doesn't work is the active class. If you use one of the buttons in the first tab you go to the right tab but the tab itself has no class called active and that ruins the style.
2) I also have one other question: lets say that all the above is my second page and I have my frontpage in which I also have buttons. I want somebody to use the button and end up in the third tab of page 2. My link is something like
I read that using this should lead you the third tab but it's not working for me. You go to the first tab of page 2 instead.
I've been reading a LOT! Jquery for dummies, I googled, read the forum and other forums. I posted on a Dutch forum but no answer. I've added a lot of different code but it doesn't work.
I have nested tabs in jquery tabs which are pretty simple to do if we want static jquery tabsbut what if we want nested tabs that the remote page should decide what would be the tabs.or in other words i want nested tabs in a remote page (or ajaxified) For example i m calling this page(remote page) through tabs
The problems im facing is when I use something like jcarousellite inside tabs. It works fine in browsers other than ie. In ie, the carousel loads fine in the active tab, but in the inactive ones it doesnt preload.
Basically when you click on a previously inactive tab, it displays nothing until you click outside the tab.
I have narrowed down the problem to this: My tabs use a css style where the inactive tabs set the display to none. This somehow in ie causes whatever jquery that is contained within not to load before hand. If I remove this display: none property, all my carousels show fine, but ofcourse so do all the tabs
i.e. they are no longer hidden when inactive, instead all are shown as overlapping blocks on the page.
Note: all elements used are div elements
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I have a script that brings up an overlay box onclick that needs to be on top of everything else on page, however I can't get it to show on top of the navigation tabs. I tried calling the overlay script at the very beginning of the head section as well as tried to call it at the end but it doesn't seem to matter.
Is there something I can add to the script to force it on top of every other object on the page?
Basically, I need jQuery tabs function but in a simple way, without the tab plugin etc.
However, this is slightly different to the solutions I found throughout Sitepoint. The catch is that I need to change two content containers. Plus the usual "activelink" class when clicked on a tab.
I've tried numerous things, mainly involing the index and n-th child selectors, just can't seem to make it work as a whole. I'd like to use that method in the end, if possible (ie. if the first link in <ul> is clicked then show the first <div> in div#tabs-cotainer and the first <div> in div#tabs-container-2)
It should ofcourse be able to parse as many links/contents as I put in there (probably with a ".each(function)").
I have 3 tabs that call an external ASP page that has a rather intensive Database query and takes a while to execute and display. On my tab there's a link to another page. once that page is finished the user goes back to the tab. But my problem is it's going back to the database page (that takes a while to execute).Can the original page be cached and remembered so that I dont have to keep calling my database page?
I'm trying to get basic JQuery tabs working, using the example shown on this website.If I put the example code on a page by itself it works exactly as intended. However, as soon as I try and incorporate that same code into my site its behaviour changes. The content for all three tabs appears on the one page and then when the page has finished loaded they then eventually hide.
I use tabs, loading content by ajax. When I click on a tab, on first load, any access to objects like: $("#my_input_text").val('my value') Works fine, but if a click on another tab, and click again to theprevioustab, the same code don't update the input text.I think that is because the document has 2 inputs with the same id after second refresh.
Anyone have any code examples or tutorials on how to implement POST's on the pages that each of the jQuery's Ajaxified tabs loads? Mainly looking for examples of the tab content pages post'ing/get'ing params.
here's an example of the stand-alone page that functions normally:[URL]...(select Oct. 8th, 2009 to see example or POST in action)
but when popped into an Ajax jQuery tab, the POST doesnt work[URL]...As you can see, on the second example, when the page POST's, it's no longer running in the tab. How do i get it to just refresh/POST within the tab?
Here's a print screen: [URL] so you can see that for some reason all of that text is showing up at the same time. Do I need to hide the other divs first? I even tried that with adding $('#Tabs div0').hide(); // Hide all divs but it did not help. I would assume out of the box, it would hide the rest of the divs for me and only show the default first.
I'm looking for a tut on how to create tabs for content, not tabs for navigation/menu. Yes, kinda confusing, but here's an example of what I'm after code...
If you scroll down mid way, you will see a tabbed area where it provides the options to check out: Photos, Location, Aeriel and Street View. This is what I want to mimic (not the tabbed navigation up top in the menu bar).
Can you recommend any tutorials that would teach me how to do this?
It is a work in progress but the page I am having the problems on can be found at [url] if you click on the top link in the left hand column called Tara - Female vocalist you will be able to see where the tabs are.
I found this vertical tabs functionality in jquery: [url]
have sat up a webpage containing Tabtastic-tabsystem, and have some questions about modifying this:there is four tabs at the top, "overview", "requirements", "stepbystep" and"notes"I want to add more pages to this tabset-system without adding more tabs.These new tabs should NOT be availabe from tabs like"overview","requirements", "stepbystep" and"notes" in the example, but from links(tree-menu) on the same webpage, but still OUTSIDE the tab-system. These new"hidden" pages should be displayed as the already existing pages, but thereshould not be a corresponding tab to them.I would like i.e. the tab "overview", to be visible when one of the newidden pages are shown.My setup should work something like this:Where the links on the lefthand site ("Getting started", "Customization" etc.) are all displayed in the tab "Page".
I have a very basic web site directory that I'm organizing with tabs. I want the last option to "Show All" containers. I played with it a little but haven't figured it out yet. Here is the code. Can someone point me in the right direction? Note, I'm new to jquery so I'm a little clueless. [code]...
I need to specify the cookie option after initialization of jQuery UI tabs. Though the cookie appears to be set, the tabs script is ignoring it completely.If I set the cookie option at initialization, then everything works as expected.