Those who have used Google notebook may notice that google notebook displays the notes in a small floating window of the browser. I have tried to create a similar floating window, but with no luck. Dojo has a sample floating window, but that floating window has to exist in a browser page, but looks like Google's floating window can exist independently.
Anybody has some ideas how to create a similar floating window?
I recently made my first ever ajax chat, and works given im a noob im quite happy about it :P How ever, sadly - its not smooth like some ajax chat's i've seen out there. And when i submit a message to teh chat the page refreshes.I was wondering if some one could help me by explaining how i can improve the efficientcy of it so it won't refresh and reacts alot quicker to create a live effect - This is what i got for my code:
The PHP is chat.php loads the chat (a MYSQL query getting latest 20 chat messages and loops them out into the div)chatpost inserts the message to the table.
I'm having a great deal of trouble figuring out how to make this div continuously scroll smoothly while hovered over the arrows. It's almost like there is easing on the animation but I don't have any easing set for this instance of the animation. I'm really at a loss as to how to make this smoother.
I'm working on a website for a client and we've decided to use CSS3 instead of Flash for multiple reasons, compatibility with mobile devices being the main. However, there's a lot of animation on the page such as fading, positioning and opening/closing and it seems to be tripping over itself attempting to process everything.
I've created an animation class that schedules all of the animations so that there's only one setTimeout running for those animations at any given time. I've also set it up so that any web browser capable of CSS3 transitions use those instead of the JS animations. The animations lag in both CSS3 and JS functionality, although the CSS3 is slightly better.Some animations lag even if they're the only animation running. For instance, trying to fade a full-screen image in/out chugs even on test pages I've created only containing the one function.
I understand that Flash uses hardware acceleration and has optimized rendering, and the reason the browser is lagging is most likely because it's all being processed unoptimized and through the CPU. However, I'm sure there must be a way to make this site smoother than it is.I'm posting here because my deadline is coming hard and fast, to ask for assistance with:Tips on how to optimize my code to run smoother in JS and/or CSS3.how to be able to fade large images/areas with less lag.I've been trying to move most of my code into OOP as I've gone along, but some functions are still a bit "spaghetti" due to my time crunch.
I am creating a website that uses columns (example) and I would like to be able to click left and right buttons to scroll horizontally one column at a time without the header and footer scrolling with the content.
I have tried using Scrollable and JCarousel but both require you to scroll through a set of list items. I need to be able to scroll 320px at a time. Is this possible?
I'm trying to allow a user to add several data items. I'm using append to add a new row where they can enter data. However, the element count only seems to get to one (the newest added) and does not create an array of elements like i was hoping.
In the above, i can successfully add new rows. But the item "the-data" will always alert that it has a length of 1, no matter how many rows are added. how I can add several of an element with the same name and have it recognized in the DOM?
Does anyone know how it would be possible to create bar at the bottom of the browser window that doesn't reload when you navigate thru the site. A good example is the chatbox that Facebook has. When you click links throughout the site the chat box is constant and doesn't reload.
So Im trying to create a slideshow with thumbnails the user can scroll through and use to navigate the slideshow. I'm a big fan of cycle so I wanted to use that as my main slideshow component and was planning on using jcarousel for the pager. So far it works great in Firefox, Chrome, and Safari, yet in IE the thumbnails are not loading. I'm guessing it has something to do with how the images in the pager are generated and then jcarousel just isnt proccessing that in IE but I 'm not sure. I feel like I'm very close to getting this slideshow to work, yet I need to figure out why it is failing in IE.
i have 1 div with scrollbars and another div with a table inside. when user scroll horizontal bar in div1 i want application to scroll the table header from the same amount of pixels and in the same direction. i did not find anything under jQuery about that.. :-(
1. how can i detect in which direction the scroll is done (to the right, or to the left) ? 2. how can i determine how many pixels this scrolling is about ? 3. how to scroll the table header (table tag or th tag) from the same amount of point ?
i found just scrollLeft for now and i'm not successful to use it
I'm trying to create a photo gallery that has a mouseover on a "next" and "previous" to scroll through the pics. I have the mouseover part figured out, but can't seem to get the scrolling through the pics. Here is my code below. I will have 5 pics to scroll through.
[code] <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <title>Townhouse</title> [Code]....
I'd like to know how this site (linked below) does their floating share box on the left side. I notice it starts from a certain position and then it gets pushed down along with the top of the window when the user scrolls down pass that point, sticking to the top. Is there an external js recalculating the top value as the user scrolls down?
I have a website that has an ad box to show the next event. after many hours i got the box to sit above a flash menu but it now floats and when people try to scroll to read the rest of the flyer it is always bellow the screen...