greetings i am using quite a few different js plugins for my websites, and recently i have come into a problem with my <li> tag i have two menus that are using it and need two distinct css codes for them.
can i make two different css for li or inline code them what are my options? problem in a nutshell. main menu with one set of css <li> gallery images also using <li> the css of the gallery is conflicting and completely ruining the <li> for the main menu.
I have developed one project and in that i have taken two css now i want to add jquery effects in that, But my display is not properely adjusted and extra enlargement is done so how i can add jquery in my php project without affecting another effect? And one more thing where i can get the jquery effect codes?
I am using window.print() for print the web page, its working fine but i want more than one copy each and every time the the window will pob and ask me to select the printer name instead of that i want to pass the printer name through code if possible to print like this.
I have a single form on a single page with some js that is supposed to take the first and last name entered and add them to the select list. There seems to be some kind of communication stop between the js and html, because nothing happening.
Is there a better way to store JSON data in a SPA other than hidden fields? I'm Googling now to allay or confirm my concerns, but I'm worried that there may be some upper limit to how much data you can cram in the value of one.
Is there a simple way to just hide some text in a page? Browsing the documentation I found the .hide() function. But how can I tell jQuery to hide all occurrences of a specific string? If I use the :contains() Selector I can find the text but can only hide the element that contains the text not just the text.
I have a php page with java script embed in it, i have 3 forms in a single page ... namely form1, form2, form3 . form 1 and form2 have a text box , these text boxes get input from users. Now my task is to get the value of these 2 tex boxes in form3 when the user click the submit button, so that i pass the values in those text boxes to next page for calculation.
I tried the following code in form3 but it result in vain :
I am having trouble creating two slideshows on a single page. I know that there is a problem of one slideshow overriding the other, but I can't figure out what to change or where in order to make both functional. I've seen other posts related to this, but those I've tried don't work for me. Here's my partial code...I only included the parts I think are necessary.
My site's working perfectly in the other browsers, and when I delete line 28 (see below) it works in IE but not exactly how I want. Is there a way to retain two jquery references on a single page in IE?
I am working on single form divided into multiple pages using <div id="">. I am using next and previous buttons <input type="button"> to navigate between these pages but I am unable to validate each page before moving to next page using next button.
I am displaying next page form by using "element.style.display = 'none' & element.style.display = 'block' " method.
How to with validation on the current page before moving to next page.
I am using both horizontal and vertical tab menu's in a single page. And on click of horizontal tab should select the corresponding vertical tab and along with the data linked to vertical data will be displayed in different div on the page. I am stuck with how to poputale these using jquery.
We are building a web app that will require non-technical people to build and edit a single HTML "home page". Ideally it would allow them to add blocks of text and images to the page, change simple styles, and add and maintain links.
I don't even know how to go about searching for such a thing. It's basically like a single page simple CMS. Something like CKEditor could be used for the individual blocks, but I was wondering if there was anything out there that allow us to put this together rapidly via the power of jQuery.
I found "editease" [URL] which looks close... but it's a bit out of date and it depends upon PHP. We run ColdFusion, but could port over PHP if we needed to.
In a page , i need to give multiple xmlhttp request in a single page sequencely, In case of IE browser it working fine, But incase of Netscape browser, first xmlhttp request is going and im getting the response for that request, and im sending the second request but it is not going.
I'm using LavaLamp [url] for the main navigation on a site I'm building, for a subtle animated effect.
The site itself is a single-page portfolio site with 3 sections organized vertically, "Home," "About," and "Work."
The problem I'm having is that the clicked navigation does not return to its original position on each panel if I double back on it.
For example, if I'm on the Home panel, and I want to get to About, I'll want to select "About." The LavaLamp animation will ease over to the "About" link on hover, and I'll click it, then the page will scroll to the About panel, where "About" in the navigation is being shown as selected (LavaLamp has a "current" class you can apply to whatever you want to start off as being selected)...
And that's great, BUT, say I want to get back to the Home panel. I click "Home" in the nav, and I'm transported back to the Home panel - but when I was there before, I'd selected "About", and since it's all on the same page, the link is focused on "About," even though I'm on the Home panel. Make sense?
I'm not good enough at JS or jQuery to figure out how to fix this. I think what I want to happen is for every link on each panel to STAY where it was originally assigned ("Home" link will stay on Home, "About" link will stay on About, etc.), but animate on hover only.
Is there a way to write something into the LavaLamp JS to make it so the animation works only on hover, and not on active, focus, or visited?
Here's the code, can't provide a demo page, I don't have anywhere to upload it at the moment...
index.htm with an example of what each panel looks like:
And last but not least, the LavaLamp CSS:
Forgot to add the page js:
EDITED ALSO TO ADD: Could it have something to do with this: