Here as there is no link specified it will open a blank page. guys can u please tell me how can i write a condition so that if my href is blank then it will not open any page. the click should not work or else it should load the same page.
when i load page it does nothing only blank page, may have code in wrong place but not sure so can someone show me a working example so i can find out what i'm doing wrong also i would like the part of page to refresh evey 120 seconds is this possibe with jquery?
As you can see it retrieves data with json so it makes an invoice. If the items that er in stock are smaller then the items that are ordered the paga can not be send. This part works BUT if everthing is ok and we get to our submit, it submits but goes to a white/blank page ?
I tried everything i could think of, no luck, even in the IRC no luck.
Basically, I have a link that should open the targeted link in a blank page, and upon the link being clicked, the original page's URL should be changed. The reason for this is that the user has to browse information on another website, and then pass the information on to me via a contact form, so rather than make them click back on my tab in the browser, and then find the "Contact" page link to fill in the form, I thought it would a good feature to simply go ahead and load the "Contact" page upon them clicking the link to the external page (which of course loads in a new tab). Here is the code I have in place:
This all works fine on my computer, regardless of the browser that I use. One of my partners on this project called me this morning and said that the link was taking him directly to the "Contact" page without opening the "Other Site." This is strange because after I put this in place, I showed it to him and it worked fine. Now, a few days later, and it does not work. He said that he cleared his browser cache, history, cookies, etc. and the problem did not go away. He uses IE8. After he told me it was no longer working, I went to test it myself, and it works fine for me no matter which browser I use (IE8 or 9, Firefox 3 or 4 Beta).
Im doing an Ajax call which calls a Java struts 2 action. This action basically just does a DB update. There is no data being returned to the client. The page refreshes to a blank white page. I dont want his to happen. I want a pop up box on my page. The ajax call happens when i press a save button. Here is the jquery code:
Im a Jquery newbie. As far as I can gather JQuery is expecting data back. It gets nothing back (which is what I want). But Jquery does a refresh with this. Hence why my page goes to a blank white page. I think this is what is happening
I was thinking of putting in my dummy div and loading the blank/empty no html into the dummy div but there has to be a way to stop the white page showing up. I dont get pop up boxes either as shown in code above:
I have a page that's built using ASP.NET and using a master page.Page contents shows up for a moment then I get a blank page - when I run it. If I remove the jQuery code from my page - then I get the contents.
How can I submit form without open the page or submit to certain page without open it then open another page I have design web site and I want to submit some info to other website that not belong to my websiteI don�t know the code of that website but I know what data it will take so I want to submit this data without let the user see this website
I'm building my portfolio website. I'm an illustrator and graphic designer (for printing). My website uses html and css. I introduce a jquery plugin to create a slide show with my work. Until then, everything was working well. The problem appears when I introduce php to my code in order not to repeat the navigation bar all the time. With php and the jquery together I get a blank page in my browser.
This link shows the blank page I'm getting using php and jquery together. [URL]
This is an example of the site without the jquery. [URL]
Could someone please help me with this thanks.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
Those <li> tags Im using is to numbered the images. It might not be a good practice but it works.
Still with me? Ok.
I've tried conditionalising the function ( if (document.geElementById) ) both in the function declaration itself and the function calls within the swf, but the problem still occurs. Fwiw, the function calls within the swf relate to a function that alters html text using the innerHTML branch of the DOM.
I want to develop a multi-tab browser plugin, which requires all links in a page could open in new tabs within this multi-tab browser plugin. It's very similar to Multi-Tab functions of Firefox/IE, when opening a page in one tab, then any links in that Tab will open in another new tab(after setup from pref), i want to know this principle(how to implement this). I am thinking try this:$('a').click(...), while i am not sure whether it's good/enough.
This approach only seem to work for some computers and on others it is loading a blank page. I have alerts in the code to show that location.href is correctly reflecting the file location after the assignment. When it is loading the blank page I see the message "Opening page about:blank" on the status bar. Iam currently using IE6 sp1 on Win2k. This issue is not just limited to this combination. We are experiencing issues with IE5.5, WinXP as well.
The code works if I pass a web site address. It only fails if I attempt to pass a file name(c: est.htm)
Any thoughts on why the blank page is being loaded or how can I go about resolving this issue.
internet explorer shows blank page of my website im working on the website works fine on firefox but in internet explorer all im seeing is a blank page.....here is the link of the website also in local computer its not working why???
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
just look at the scroll bar in your internet browser when the picture slide working you will find the scroll getting extended - the page must be ended by the copyrights down of the page and after the slide you will find some extra blank space in the page after the copyrights link.
1. Take the current URL of the page and open a new window with a URL based on the current page. Some examples (I use "->" to mean "this URL turns into that URL"):I plan to use these bookmarklets in sequence, first pressing 1 to log into the CMS, then pressing 2 to edit the current page.
I've been searching for a few hours and haven't been able to find a code snippet to see if this is available. I'm attempting to pass text from my website to another website that has a form setup on it. I'd like to fill in the pertinent data for my users on the page that I load for them. I cannot make any changes to the receiving page as it is run by another company. I've pasted some of the code that is available on the receiving form.
Goal 1: display errors above the form on same page
Goal 2: direct users to a new thankyou page when form is submitted.
The form uses ajax. I am able to get it to work with the error messages displaying correctly but as is, the thankyou message also displays in the same spot and the form is left filled out. I need it to direct to a new page I designed for the purpose.
I need a script that can open an external page, or some type of content, in a box. This is kind of hard to explain, but here's what I mean, go to facepunch . com (I'm not a spambot dammit) and click on that litte face at the top.
I have a domain name registration field that links to a reseller storefront and then searches for that domain name. I would like the storefront to open in a new window, instead of the parent window. I have tried to insert the target="blank tag but can not seem to get it to work. Is there another way to make that window open? You can see the page and field here: [URL] The field is on the left side, just below the center of the page.