I am wanting to select a set piece of html and and replace it with another piece of html.I've used the replaceWith command but I don't think I've written the script correctly to select the piece of html as it breaks the script.
Highlight the entire row when the mouse is over it (using in-line class). Un-highlight when the mouse exits it (in-line class again). Allow the user to select the radio button by clicking anywhere in the row Highlight the selected row (with another in-line class) My scripts endlessly have problems. Below is a small sample from the table...
A non-highlighted row is class "tcell" a highlighted (mouseover) class is "rhtcell" a radiobutton selected class is "selcell" <table align="center" border="0" width="1000" class="stable"> <form method="post" action="index.php">
I would like to write a script that will highlight any html element in a page (or maybe just divs) onclick, and print out the name of that element on the top of the screen somehow. I cannot make any major adjustments to this html, just insert a script because this will need to work for user submitted html pages
I have a PHP/MySQL-based content management system that alows one to edit pages of a website through form textareas. I was wondering if it is possible to change the appearance of HTML tags inside the textarea so the HTML markup looks different (e.g., in grey), making it easier to quickly find and edit the 'real' content without messing up the tag (like accidentally deleting a '>' character).
I'm writing a bookmarklet which allows you to select various elementsfrom a page and save them to your own personal blog (a bit likeffffound or the Wordpress PressIt feature)The user will select 3 parts from the page they want to save:1) Title (easy, just detect a click on an html element and make sureit's a span/p/h1/h2/h3 etc)2) Image (i've figured this out too)3) Body textI'm stuck with grabbing the body text - I think it should be selectedmanually, as it could consist of multiple p's and div's, or even tablerows, depending on how badly the source page has been coded.When the use has selected the text, it should be highlighted somehowen/browse_thread/thread/6dbbfd9cafd98cf6,I know that getSelection won't work, but I'm not sure what to doexactly.
I am developing application in java. here wat i have to do is to highlight words in html file. ie) i have one html file and same content in audio file. when i open the html file audio should play n it should highlight the word in html file on which audio plays. for eg) i have html file with content " hello world". i have same audio file saying "hello world". now when i open html file and click audio, and if audio says hello, hello should highlight in html file, then audio says world, world should highlight in html file. how to do this.
I have a select box populated with about 1000 names. What I would like to do is to have a text box available that a user can type in say "mi" and have the select box jump down to the first entry starting with "mi", i.e. "Michael" followed by "Mike". Code:
Below is the script and form fields I am working with. What I want to do is sum the two textbox fields and have the result show in the total textbox. The code works fine and the total textbox is updated with the value of form1.basic. The problem occurs when I add the "+ parseInt(document.form2.supporter.value)" code in the script section.
Code: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html> <head>