I've created the simple select box below that will "onchange" when an item is selected. I'm trying to apply the "selected" attribute to items that are chosen from the menu, so that if "Home Page #2" is selected, the "selected" attribute will be applied to "Home page #2" once you arrive at "Home Page #2". I've follow a few simple tutorials with no luck and even tried php conditionals to trigger the "selected" attribute with no luck.
I've created the simple select box below that will "onchange" when an item is selected. I'm trying to apply the "selected" or "selected="selected" attribute to items that are chosen from the menu. Example: The goal is to show " <option value="/1" selected="selected"> " when page "/1" is chosen and to show <option value="/1"> when /1 is not the current page. I've follow a few simple tutorials with no luck and even tried php conditionals to trigger the "selected" attribute with no luck.
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This isn't working. I'm using the code below to try to apply the href attribute of the first td in a row with class DataFormListTDDataGridItem and apply it to all td elements in that row (effectively want to make entire row clickable and direct it to the href specified by the href attribute in the first td of the row) -
I am trying to make it so that the style "RowSelected" (embedded below) is applied to the table row from which the radio button is selected, and then removed when a different radio button is clicked.
How could I apply a css style to a <tr> row based on the value of the contents in column 1?
For instance, on my table (generated from an asp:GirdView), column 1 contains a number ranging from 1.00 to 12.00. I need to show a certain background color for all rows whose value in column 1 is greater than 10.
Simple. The problem is that the effect works on elements already written in the main page, but not onthe elements that come from the asynchronized html! How can I apply the effect on the "new" code too?
This is a trimmed down version of my problem, '.myElement' gets duplicated on double click. In '.myElement' is content and a close button that when clicked removes itself.
The problem is "newly" created elements don't get the the dblclick or the child 'a.close' click events. i know i can double the events and re apply after the element is created but in my real version there is WAY more going on in each of these events and i don't want to create all that redundant code. i guess i can pull all the actions out into functions and bind after creation but even that is a little messy, is there an apply events feature in jQuery or something?
I'm using three elements and jQuery to create a scrollable information element with a sliding animation (similar to this. I'm running into issues when resetting those three elements to prepare for the next prev/next animation, however. The issue is in my logic - jQuery's selectors will reverse themselves using the code I have.
As you can see, the last step will always reverse the first step These elements do need to be reset in one way or another so that the information can be loaded appropriately (from an XML file). and then animated again.
If slideToggle()'s parameters were expanded to include a separate callback for sliding up and sliding down. Or for backwards compatibility, perhaps include an optional boolean parameter in the callback to more easily discern between a slideUp and slideDown operation.