In order to design a custom select element look in my site, I was messing with the css and opacity value to fade the actual select box and put a background image in a div right above the select element. The functionality of the select box is preserved no matter if opacity is set to 0, so I was able to accomkplish my goal.But, that worked for every other browser around except IE6.Is there a please someone there that encountered this problem and possibly knows some kind of workaround?
The following code adjusts the opacity of an image which were dynamically loaded. It works on all browsers except for IE6.However, jQuery did apply inline styles "FILTER: alpha (opacity=30); ZOOM: 1" on the image. It just doesn't work.
It works fine on Firefox and Chrome, but in IE (7 and 8) and Opera the element just appears rather than being faded in. I've seen a few solutions posted online but have yet to find a solution that works.I have an example page if that helps. I'm also having a few other problems: In Internet Explorer (7 and 8), the first thumbnail never displays the lightbox (the onload event never fires). But the others work fine. In IE7, the code to fix the ClearType bug doesn't work. $(this).css( 'opacity', '' ) should remove the opacity style (in this case, the 'filter' property) but it doesn't remove it. I also tried to remove the filter property. In IE's dev tools it still has style="filter: ;"
In Opera, it never runs after it has loaded once. In other words, if an image is in the browser cache the onload event never fires.
My problem is quite annoying, probably something really stupid but I've been going around it and didn't find a solution.I call in 2 different pages to this partial view:
<div id = "pNotification"
The funny thing about it is that in the first page I try it, it works just fine and it shows the value of the 3 buttons, but in the second, with the code I'm posting it only shows the alert window when I click on the 3rd radio button below. How is that even possible? It only happens in IE.
I'm setting position left to 100% and it works except in Chrome/safari. These browsers set it about 100px from the left not 100%obj.css('left', '100%');Setting the css by itself <img src="" style="left:100%;position:absolute" works fine.I don't know if this is a browser problem or a jquery problem.
I cant get to know how can i make a dynamic box work with sql!i found this code online which takes in the values from database and puts it in combo box one,once a field in combo box one is selected the related field will be displayed in combo box two.its like country and state combo box but from sql database. it does not load from database the field for combo box one.
I have a webpage with addition questions for numeracy training. I am storing the sums in a table(id="sums"), with an empty textbox(id=ans1) for the user to type the answer. After the user types an answer and moves onto the next Q, I want to activate a popup dispaying if the answer is correct or not. I am tackling this with onmouseout. The script checks the answer, then displays a confirm message if correct or and alert message if wrong. The onmouseout is not working
which is placed in the body section of the page. Anyhow, my problem is that it works fine, but only once, right as the page loads. I have tried removing window.onload, but then it doesn't work at all. How can I get this to work every time I blur from the text field?