A dynamically created html page contains a body tag with a single (filled)
table in it. Sie size of the table changes in a wide scale (from 5% to 150%
of the screen size independent in height and width.
The page is displayed in a popup window opened either via an onclick-event
or a href anchor (depends on the navigation). Now the obvious problem is
When choosing a fixed window size things look silly most of the time. Either
you have a nearly empty window or you have to scroll all the time...
So I want to resize the window. Resize it to what size? The size that is
required by the pages content when redered in the browser. That's all :-)
-- hmmm -- I tried around quite a lot with scrollHeigths, offsetWidth and so
on, but there does not seem to be any more or less reliable solution.,
Especially not when trying to make stuff usable for different browsers.
Does anyone have a hint what else I can try, where I could look?
How can I change my text or font size when the user changes the browser size. Example: When the browser is maximized, the font goes to normal, when the browser window decreased, the font size is reduce.
Im using the cycle plugin trying to make a banner slide tha is 100% the width of the window, my problem is that when i resize de window the banner does not align center, it stays somo what left align. So is there a way to keep the slides align center after you resize the window usingthe cycle plugin? or is there another plugin that i can do that? I attached a image to ilustrate, the white banner with the cat should align center when i resize the windows but it stays left align.
var proportionalizedImages=new Array(); proportionalizedImages.push(document.getElementById(ctrl)); if (window.addEventListener)[code]....
I'm wondering if there's a more elegant way to do this in jQuery. I've played around with it a bit, but i'm unsure how to get the control object to the resize function triggered by window resize without a global variable.
I'm trying to scale the text with the size of the window (I've also got all the layout sizes in ems, so this should keep the aspect ratio of everything the same as the window is resized). The code that I've got at the moment doesn't do anything -
where da boss wants our a large piece of our site to be fully dynamic and integrated on any screen size. This means changing font on size. Well I cam up with a solution, figured if no one has one better, then i'll share
I am new to Jquery mobile framework.I have an asp.net web application and I want to convert it into Jquery mobile framework.I have a datalist on an aspx page.The size of the datalist decreases according to the window size to certain extent after which the size of the datalist becomes constant and doesn't decrease with the window size.
I am looking for the script to resize my website pages according to user's screen size. The size of the table in the template is 1008 * 576 pixels and users with small screen are not able to see the whole page, they have to scroll horizontally. Is there anything possible without modifying my current template?
I need create offline html page, graphic menu for autorun. How to resize a html page to perfectly fit a background image size? I need html page that need be resized to perfectly fit a background image size, also, this page need be centered on screen.
I am currently using the following code;
This works the first time I go to the site and if I refresh a page. However, if I use my on site navigation to switch between pages the div simply uses the height variable defined within my CSS (this needs to be here for users with JS disabled)
Does anybody have any ideas on what the problem might be. It's as if the script is only executed the first time any page on the site is loaded, but then not again.
I'd have thought this would be easy but I've been looking for hours and all I can find is info on getting the viewport size, which is normally useful but not in my situation.
In this case I need the actual browser size, including the scrollbars, toolbars, status bars etc. to get an idea of browsers which aren't maximised/full screen and how big they are, and to calculate the amount of the screen taken up by toolbars etc too.
I need a script that will open a new window (popup / new link) in a specific size, but will also close the old window (where the popup came from). I know the popup window is easy but finding a work-able close window script as the new window is opened is impossible!!
I've got this row of images (in the end there will be more rows of pics as well). When a user clicks on the image, I want a new window to open with a larger version of the image. I want that new window to be customized to the size of the new larger image. Also, when users go back to see other images in their larger size, I want the new window (assuming they never closed the first one) to come back to the front.
I've only gotten as far as getting the larger images to open in a new window at a set size in the function. I thought I could just make specific scripts for each image, but that would be cumbersome to say the least....
I have 2 select windows and have a function to move items from one select window to another. That was working fine until I had to change the names of each box in order to be able to post the select window as an array in PHP.
I would like to either resize a FRAMESET to a specific height width...
or I would like to know how to resize a single window if someone types in the url directly. I found the onLoad "resize()" function but I can't remove the TOOLBARS... i tried the "self" and "document" functions without luck...