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Deferring dynamically added Javascript
There's a library called RequireJS that handles exactly this situation, and handles every situation you never realized were problems - http://requirejs.org/docs/start.html

Categories : Javascript

How to have a dynamically added function access dynamically added properties
You've made addMethod a class method. Python class methods can be called on an instance, as you do here with obj.addMethod(toString), but in that case the instance is used only to get its class; the first argument passed to addMethod is the class of obj. Your addMethod call then makes the function passed as its second argument (in this example, toString) a bound method of the class. The instruction obj.toString() then first searches for the toString attribute of obj; that lookup process finds an attribute of the class that's also callable. But what you invoke then is not a bound method of the instance, but a bound method of the class. The method is then called with the class as the value of target and so it prints the attributes of the class, not those of the instance. I'm not sure

Categories : Python

Remove Dynamically Added Fields with Javascript
Attaching events via click() (or any other shortcut event handler) only works with elements which are available on load of the page. Instead, because you are appending elements dynamically, you need to use a delegated event handler. Change this: $('.btnRemoveInventory').click(removeInventory) To this: $('#inventoryItems').on('click', '.btnRemoveInventory', removeInventory) This is attaching the event to the nearest static element, #inventoryItems, and then filters the events raised to see if the target matches .btnRemoveInventory.

Categories : Javascript

get element by id returns null for elements that were dynamically added using javascript
A dynamically created content is only temporary on the page. When page is refreshed it is again without it. You should recreate it again on a page onload Event or .ready() (store the information in a cookie or HTML5 storage). I tried to create working example of your code: http://jsfiddle.net/G2PKF/1/. <div id="area1" onclick="createInput(this)" ></div> <br/> <div id="area2" onclick="createInput(this)"></div> <input type="button" onclick="alert(document.getElementById('name' + count));alert(document.getElementById('name' + count).outerHTML)" value="Access Last Element" /> When a rectangle is clicked an input is added to it. The button allows to display last element added. Everything works as expected. I don't see any problem with your function.

Categories : Javascript

How to apply a localization to a javascript string
There are various l18n projects for JavaScript, e.g. http://i18next.com/ If you have ResX files in your ASP project and you want them as JavaScript or JSON files you can convert them here; or via the REST API you could convert a resource file as follows: $ curl --data-binary @messages.resx http://localise.biz/api/convert/resx/messages.json (example in cURL, which I guess you may not have if you're on Windows)

Categories : Javascript

l20n.js - how to access localization sub-entities from javascript
This is not possible in L20n, because as a developer, you can't know for sure that nominative will be defined in all languages. Read on to find out why. In English, your example may very well look like this: <brandName "Firefox"> <about "About {{ brandName }}"> There isn't any .nominative to ask for this time around! L20n is all about asymmetry. One variant of a string in English may correspond to 4 variants in German, 7 in Polish and 16 in Hungarian. There is a social contract between the developer and L20n: if the developer asks for a value of an entity called brandName, L20n will return a string that can be used in the UI. All the work that is done to get that string is hidden from the developer and might differ depending on the language and the logic that the loca

Categories : Javascript

TextView does not appear when added dynamically
Just give android:orientation="vertical" in your LinearLayout. And in LinearLayout receiptLayout = (`LinearLayout`)findViewById(R.id.receiptMainLinearLayout); you are already casting view to LinearLayout so no need to cast it again

Categories : Android

Jquery Dynamically Added Row Numbers
your problem is your class naming. see this working fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/ZFWU7/5/ by naming both the td and the input .form_id you're iterating over all of them. $('td.form_id').each(function(i){ $(this).text(i+1); }); make your selector more specific per your comment, i would separate your "ordering" function into its own explicitly defined function rather than making that behavior a part of two anonomys functions. You're not following the DRY rule very well. I've rewritten your code in a cleaner more maintainable fashion below (from the fiddle). This is only slightly better. Declaring functions in the global namespace isn't a very good practice. It would be better to namespace your groups of 'controllers'. http://addyosmani.com/blog/essential-js-namespacing

Categories : Jquery

Can't get values out of dynamically added textbox
In your btnAddForm_Click method, you want to make sure you give the fields a consistent control id such as: // Create Text Boxes TextBox txtName = new TextBox(); txtName.ID = "txtName"; TextBox txtNumber = new TextBox(); txtNumber.ID = "txtNumber"; TextBox txtAddress = new TextBox(); txtAddress.ID = "txtAddress"; TextBox txtCompany = new TextBox(); txtCompany.ID = "txtCompany"; Then in your btnSubmitForm_Click method, you can grab all the panels within your placeholder via Linq such as: var panelFields = (from panel in phFormContent.Controls.OfType<Panel>() let txtName = panel.FindControl<TextBox>("txtName") let txtNumber = panel.FindControl<TextBox>("txtNumber") let txtAdd

Categories : C#

Dynamically Added Div's dont take events in IE?
I had similar problem for IE and later on narrowed down to IE10 only. To solve try adding background image to the div elements that are not displaying. For some reason it works even if a non-existing image is inserted, so I used one like following. <?php if (preg_match('~MSIE|Internet Explorer~i', $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'])) {?> <style type="text/css"> .qtip{ background-image:url(/none); } </style> <?php } ?> I have also added a PHP check to implement this CSS only for IE , because other browsers will throw 404 error (and continue to load) for background image. I don't remember where I got this solution from. If I find original link, I'll update the answer.

Categories : PHP

Dynamically added ListView not scrolling
I don't think that it is a good idea to have multiple ListViews with height = WRAP_CONTENT in a LinearLayout. Is that really what you want? What about having only one ListView that contains all the elements? Or, if you really want them to be separate views with height = WRAP_CONTENT, use LinearLayout instead of the ListView. Anyways, it would help if you could explain to us what exactly you want to achieve.

Categories : Android

Dynamically added objects and work with them
You're just adding the new ListBox to your mainListBox if the ex-value is 1, but in your case it's 0. So your new ListBox (targetElement in putElements-method) will never be added to your mainListBox and hence not displayed. Thats why targetElement.Items.Add(targetObject); seems to not work.

Categories : C#

onKeydown is not working when added dynamically
You have to delegate the event. Use : $(document).on('keydown' , '.some-class', isNumberKey); If you append new elements to your markup, the event wont be binded on them. So you need to delegate it. Use a class instead of a id. Of course the class need to be added to the appended div or , in this case, to the input I guess. If you use $('.some-class').on('event', function(){}) the event will be attached only on existing elements that have .some-class . Using delegation will attacch the event on any div you want.

Categories : Javascript

Change Text in dynamically added Row
Just get a reference to the TextView and edit the text like this: TextView tv = (TextView) yourview.findViewById(R.id.textViewID); // if your TextView is in yourview. If not, change it. tv.setText("Your text or text resource");

Categories : Android

Events on dynamically added classes
Thats cause when you bind the click event the element has another class. Try somesthing like this: $('body').on('click', '.newClass', function () { alert('test'); }); Example

Categories : Javascript

How to save the dynamically added row using jquery php?
I don't really like to use a counter for this, even tho it's probably the lightest way, I believe that the safest way in jquery would be simply to do an ajax request after you added your row that way (right after you append): //The first table row is the header so you remove this row from the count rowNumber = ($('#myTable tr').length - 1); Then, you simply save this number using ajax in your database this way : jQuery.ajax({ type: 'post', url: 'save.php' //In this file, you'll do a php/mysql request that will do this SQL request *** UPDATE your_table SET your_table_column_where_you_want_to_set_it = $_POST['rownumber'] WHERE current_user_id = unique_user_id *** Of course, you might also save the date in this row but I let you take care of the request update now tha

Categories : PHP

Php - Dynamically added method is not callable
You cannot call the function this way. That's because PHP allows to have variables an functions having the same name in a class. If you use the function operator () PHP will only look into the list of functions and don't look at variables that are closures. As of PHP5.4 a solution could look like this: class MyClass { public function __call($fname, $args) { // bind the `this` scope to use $cl = $this->{$fname}->bindTo($this); // call the function and pass args to it return call_user_func_array($cl, $args); } } Example: $obj = new MyClass(); $obj->func = function() { echo 'We are in ' . get_class($this); }; $obj->func(); // We are in MyClass You can test this here

Categories : PHP

jquery ui tabs dynamically added tab id
Are you looking for this FIDDLE ? Hope it helps $(function () { $("#tabs").tabs({ collapsible: true }); }); $("#tabs ul li").on('click', function () { var indx = $("li").index(this); alert(indx); });

Categories : Jquery

Getting dynamically added inputs from request
Your jquery method/logic is wrong. $("#id0").clone(true) will make clone of div whose id is id0 and when you do .attr('id', 'id' + c) you are actually setting the id and name on div rather than on input which is inside it. You need this: var c = 1; $(".add").click(function() { var prev = c -1; $("#id" + prev).clone(true).attr('id', 'id' + c) .insertBefore("form > div:last-child"); $("#id"+c+" > input[name=name"+prev+"]").attr('name', 'name' + c); $("#id"+c+" > input[name=age"+prev+"]").attr('name', 'age' + c); c++; return false; }); Here is jsfiddle link.

Categories : Django

Dynamically added form elements
There are many approach to solve this problem. One solution to this is AJAX. say example you are using php 1) Sort form data with each use press button; jQuery Form. 2) a php function to process sql queries. 3) call php function in ajax in success method. 4) store value in database.

Categories : PHP

Misaligned images when dynamically added
The reason you're seeing misaligned images is that you're image is 100x75 pixels, whereas the image view is 100x75 points = 200x150 pixels (on a retina device). Therefore the image has to be scaled. Using a proper @2x version of the image at 200x150 pixels will solve the problem.

Categories : Iphone

Dynamically added buttons don't work
You should use event delegation: $(document).on("click", ":button.Category", function () { alert("Hello!"); /*$( this ).parentNode.append(CategoryDiv);*/ }); the idea is that you let a parent element listen to the event, then let it check if any children match the :button.Category selector. The closest the parent, the best the performance [i.e. don't use document if possible].

Categories : Javascript

Cannot launch script on dynamically added element
use event delegation for registering handlers for dynamically added elements. Just using .on() does not make the event registration delegation based, the parameter and the element to which the handler is attached is important $(document).ready(function () { $(document).on('click', ".carousel-button-left", function () { var $ul = $(this).next().find(".carouselUl");; //alert(""+$ul.html()); var $lastchild = $ul.children().last(); $ul.prepend($lastchild); }); }); $(document).ready(function () { $(document).on("click", ".carousel-button-right", function () { var $ul = $(this).prev().find(".carouselUl"); //alert(""+$ul.html()); var $firstchild = $ul.children().first(); $ul.append($firstchild); }); }); the set o

Categories : Jquery

Excel formula changes when columns are added dynamically
Please try say =INDIRECT(A11) (adjust A11 to suit) instead of =Sheet2!$A$1 and in A11 (or wherever chosen) =ADDRESS(1,1,1,1,"Sheet2"). I think this should be what you want if I understand you correctly - ie you do not want to follow A1 around as rows/columns are added but literally the top left hand corner, regardless of column/row changes.

Categories : Excel

Use jquery to target classes that are added dynamically?
try to use the hasClass method instead of is. example: if ( $('#slider li.about').hasClass('flex-active-slide') ){ $('.nav li.about').show(); }

Categories : Jquery

Adding attributes from xml to a dynamically added ImageButton
You forgot to mention "dp" in your xml file's width and height attributes: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <ImageButton xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:layout_width="90dp" android:layout_height="160dp" android:scaleType="fitCenter" android:onClick="zoomImageFromThumb" > </ImageButton>

Categories : Android

Dynamically Added HTML With Animated Positioning
This doesn't work completely as per your requirement but hovering on Dot doesn't shift the dots of other rows. You will need to make more changes to work as per your expectation. <div><!-- first Row --> <div class="dot one" style="margin: auto;">test</div> <div class="dot two" style="margin: auto;">test</div> <div class="dot three" style="margin: auto;">test</div> </div> <div><!-- second Row --> <div class="dot one" style="margin: auto;">test</div> <div class="dot two" style="margin: auto;">test</div> <div class="dot three" style="margin: auto;">test</div> </div>

Categories : PHP

First dynamically-added TinyMCE editor displays, others do not
You should add class for the new text area, then apply tinymce on that class every 5 sec Here is an update to your jsfiddle that works function timerElapsed(){ // limit this example so we don't fill up the page with too many textareas if( $('#textareaContainer').find('textarea').length < 4 ){ addTextArea(); } // define some configuration settings for the editor var editorConfig = { // Location of TinyMCE script script_url: 'http://tinymce.cachefly.net/4.0/tinymce.min.js', // setup parameters menubar: false, statusbar: false, toolbar: 'bold italic underline | bullist numlist | undo redo | removeformat' } $('.tinymce-txt').tinymce(editorConfig); } function addTextArea(){ // find where the textareas w

Categories : Javascript

How to force focus on a dynamically-added SPAN?
To add some detail, it turns out that you can only programmatically force the focus to a nested DIV or SPAN with contentEditable = true if the outer DIV has contentEditable = false. This makes things a bit tricky, as the outer DIV needs to have contentEditable = true in order for the nested SPAN to be added in the first place. So the trick is to add the nested span, then change the outer DIV to contentEditable = false (which also changes the editability of the nested SPAN to false) and then change the nested SPAN to contentEditable = true; at this point focus can then be forced to the nested SPAN. [self.webView stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString: @"document.execCommand('insertHTML', false, '<span id="innerspan">EDITABLE SPAN</span>')"]; [self.webView stringByEval

Categories : Javascript

How can I filter some content added dynamically with jQuery?
$(document).on('change', 'input[id^=input_]', function() { /* Do stuff */ }); So you could do something like this demo // Wrap inside a document ready // Read .on() docs (To ensure the elements...bla bla) $(document).ready( function () { input_index = 0; setInterval(addInput, 1000); $(document).on('change', 'input[id^=input_]', function() { $(this).val($(this).attr('id')); }); function addInput () { $('<input type="text" id="input_'+input_index+'"/>') .appendTo('#empty') .change(); // <============================ Pay attention to this input_index++; } });

Categories : Jquery

Dynamically added options to selectbox do not delete
It looks like it was the way the options values were being added So I changed this code and it worked. function add_refdoc() { var s = document.getElementById('list1') var t = document.getElementById('input1').value s.options[s.options.length] = new Option(t, t) }

Categories : Javascript

Positing TextViews and EditTexts when they have been added dynamically
There is another method to add view along with index in which position you want to add along with params addView(View child, int index, ViewGroup.LayoutParams params) So you can use this. :)

Categories : Java

accessing dynamically added image to a listbox in wpf
Your Image control is in the Button.Content property, not the Button.DataContext property. Also, the Image control is not a Bitmap. Try this: Image image = ((Button)sender).Content as Image; Or in case you only want to access the image file path: var imageFile = ((Button)sender).DataContext as string;

Categories : C#

Dynamically added DIV with both dragging and resizing capabilities
This might make it work: function add() { total++; var myDiv = document.createElement("div"); myDiv.setAttribute("id",total); document.body.appendChild(myDiv) $('#'+total).draggable().resizable(); document.getElementById(total).className += " drag"; }

Categories : Javascript

Change SelectedIndex of a DropDownList Dynamically added
Your question is not clear. but i guess, your selectedindexchange method of dynamically added control is not working ?. if it is the problem, then to solve it attach postback=true to your dynamically added control. then only it will trigger an event when selected index change occurs.then you can bind a method to selectedindexchange event Edit <option value="" selected="selected">hai</option> <option value="" >hello</option> then the hai will be appeared as seleected

Categories : C#

ASP.NET. Is it possible to find dynamically added WebControl on ItemDataBound?
Is it because of life cycle? Yep - essentially you would need to re-add the control on postback for it to be available to subsequent methods/handlers. An alternative would be to have this textbox as part of your grid and show/hide the textbox with some Javascript - this way it would be available on postback as it was not dynamically added.

Categories : C#

Dynamically added textarea doesn't work
add a focus event after you add the textarea. $(function () { $('#click').click(function () { $(this).html("<textarea></textarea>").find("textarea").focus(); }); }); Updated fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/na7sZ/2/ You could also do it this way : $('#click').click(function () { var textarea = $('<textarea/>'); $(this).html(textarea); textarea.focus(); }); Fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/na7sZ/5/

Categories : Javascript

how to get event on dynamically added html button
The problem is that your element doesn't exist at the time you try to add a click handler to it. Just move your $('#hh').on('click'... within the anonymous function for $('.input').click. $('.input').click(function() { $("p").prepend('<input type="button" id="hh" value="remmove" />'); $('#hh').on('click',function() { alert('raman'); }); });

Categories : PHP

Adding listeners to Dynamically Added Elements
You need to use on() for event delegation in your case. $(document).on('keydown', '.red, .green, .blue, .yellow' , function(key) //Instead of document use a container that exists in DOM at any given time to have the event delegated to these divs. With this you attach the event to document head or any container that holds these divs and which inturn will be delegated to any of these divs present now or added for the future.

Categories : Javascript

Link a controller to a dynamically added view
You should add the following code to the route connected to the template, in which you are currently using the view helper (i don't its name :-): Add this to your Route: renderTemplate: function(controller, model) { this._super(controller, model); this.render('postNewsPopup', { outlet: 'modalOutlet', }); } Add the outlet to the template where you want the view to be added: {{outlet modalOutlet}} This will render the PostNewsPopupView into the modalOutlet connected to the PostNewsPopupController. Further informations: The render method takes more arguments. Here is a full blown example of the render method: this.render('your', { // the template/view to render into: 'index', // the template to render into outlet: 'someOutlet', // the name of

Categories : Ember Js



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