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Jquery plugin error Object [object Object] has no method 'methodname'
Stupid mistake. I switched things. I tried it like I wanted to use a public function inside a private one. I should have noticed it. if I want to access a private function in a public function I just need to call that function without the this keyword. so it should be: this.init = function(elements) { if(elements.length !== 0) { for (var i = 0; i < elements.length; i++) { var value = elements[i]; elements[i] = addCurrencyToNumber( thousandSeperator(convertNumber(roundingOfNumber(value, config.rounding))) ); } return elements; } };

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How does RequireJS use multiversion jQuery and install jQuery plugin to the right version of jQuery
Finally, I used $.noConflict to remove the one jquery in global, and wrap the plugin in AMD module define function. Although it's not a best practice but it solved my problem.

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How do I create a jQuery plugin in CoffeeScript?
At first it's non-obvious. Here's the skeleton. $.fn.ourFunction = do ($=jQuery) -> (opts) -> # do stuff @ It compiles to this: $.fn.ourFunction = (function($) { return function(opts) { return this; }; })(jQuery); We could also split this into several lines for clarity. $.fn.ourFunction = do ($=jQuery) -> (opts) -> # do stuff @ Our first line uses the do syntax, which runs a function initially. We can also specify parameters (e.g. $), and their values (e.g. jQuery). $.fn.ourFunction = do ($=jQuery) -> Our second line creates a function, which is returned. Remember, everything in CoffeeScript is an expression, so we don't need to say return (opts) -> (but you can). (opts) -> Then, there's of course the body of our code, where

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How Create Callback options before and after Plugin jQuery?
$('#slide').slider({ start:function(event, ui){ alert('Start slide images'); }, stop:function(event, ui){ alert('End slide !'); } }); Please refer link

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get jquery plugin targeted object DOM
EDIT: this property is deprecated, thanks Matt for pointing this out. jQuery objects has a selector property so you can do something like myjQueryObj.selector

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jQuery Form plugin not submitting while using it with the jQuery Validation plugin
You seem to be confusing the functional operation with the initialization of the plugin. Move the .ajaxForm() method out so that it's a sibling of the .validate() method... $(document).ready(function() { $("#creatUser").validate(...); // initialize jQuery Validate plugin $('#creatUser').ajaxForm(...); // initialize Ajax Form plugin }); Then properly leverage the callback functions within... 1) Put only a return false in the submitHandler callback within the .validate() method. $("#creatUser").validate({ // your other options, submitHandler: function(form) { return false; // block submit since another plugin is handling this } }); 2) .valid() is a method from the jQuery Validate plugin that you can call to check the form's validity and get a boole

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How to create a normal function inside jquery plugin
Yes, it is "correct" in that it's valid, and test is only accessible inside the wrapping function: // Immediately-invoked function expression, creates a new execution context (function($){ // Expose a property on jQuery.prototype, available to all jQuery instances $.fn.sample = function() { test(); } // "Private" function, only accessible inside the enclosing context function test() { alert('Inside jQuery plugin'); } }(jQuery));

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Good tool to create documentation for jQuery plugin?
There are a few new tools for generating websites or blogs from code/directory. Bootstrap v3 just switched to jekyll for documentation. jekyll knows how to process Markdown or Liquid (markdown flavours) Grunt.js is also used for all sorts of automated task. One of these being documentation generation. Search their plugin list for doc assemble.io is another tool for generating documentation pages I'll extend if I bump into others. I am not sure if this is exactly what you need, but they are general purpose so I am sure a jQuery plugin can fit in.

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turn jQuery object/code into a plugin
Don't have the time to go to into depth on this right now but my favorite boilerplate for plugin creation is Stefan Gabos's Good comments and pretty easy to follow. Hope that helps. I'll check back later when I have more time but hopefully this is helpful for now.

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error calling the object from jquery plugin
You should use .find() method as your selector is invalid: $(self.elem).find('dd').hide(); When you use $(self.elem + ' dd') you basically want: $($(self.elem).selector + ' dd') but this is just wrong as you wrap twice element in jquery object and BTW, selector property of jquery object is deprecated. So simplest solution here is to search for descendants of self.element, you can then use .find() method or other method as .children() for direct descendants.

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using arctext jquery plugin to create dynamic arc of text using range tag
I think you meant to have the $("textvalue").hide() stuff outside the braces of the if statement. Also the slider goes negative and the text only takes positive values. I took a look at this and the only way I could get it to work was to completely remove the element and replace it with a the different radius so, $(function(){ $("#value").change(function () { var newValue = $('#value').val(); changetext(newValue); }); function changetext(newValue){ console.log(newValue); var pos; if(newValue>0) pos=1; else{ pos=-1; } var text = $("#textvalue").text(); $("#textvalue").remove(); $('body').append('<p id="textvalue">'+ text +'</p>'); $("#textvalue").arctext({radius:Math.abs(newValue), dir: pos}); } });

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jQuery cookie plugin read JSON Object
JSON and JavaScript don't support "associative" Arrays1. Their equivalent is an Object. <?php echo json_encode(array(id => 'foo', id2 => 'bar')); ?> { "id": "foo", "id2": "bar" } Their Arrays are sorted collections with indexes from 0 to length - 1 and can be generated from a non-associative array. <?php echo json_encode(array('foo', 'bar')); ?> [ "foo", "bar" ] Note: JavaScript Arrays can be given non-numeric keys after they've been instantiated, though such keys will not be counted in the length. Beyond that distinction: to treat the cookie as either an Object or Array, you'll need to parse it with either JSON.parse() or $.parseJSON(). var test = JSON.parse($.cookie('xxx')); console.log(test.id); console.log(test.id2);

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Access jQuery Object From Plugin's Secondary Function
The standard plugin pattern is something like this: (function ($) { $.fn.myPlugin = function (options) { var settings = { // settings }; return this.each(function (i, elem) { //do stuff }); }; })(jQuery); To extend that for secondary functions and maintain a reference to the selected jQuery object, just capture a reference to it in the .each() iterator: (function ($) { $.fn.myPlugin = function (options) { var settings = { // settings }, self = null, selectedDOMElements = [], mySecondaryFunction = function () { var i = 0; //do more stuff self.css('display', 'inline-block'); //original jQuery object for (i = 0; i , selecte

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How to pass object when calling public plugin method in Jquery
i am not a jQuery plugin pro or whatever ... anyway i make things like this happen like so <span id="test"></span> (function ($) { $.fn.ajDialogue = function (options) { var opts = $.extend({}, $.fn.ajDialogue.defaults, options); return this.each(function () { var $this = $(this); $.fn.ajDialogue.show(); }); }; $.fn.ajDialogue.show = function () { // code }; $.fn.ajDialogue.destroy = function (element) { alert(element); // 'this' is this plugin }; $.fn.ajDialogue.defaults = { width: 100, height: 100, onShow: function () { }, onDestroy: function () { } }; })(jQuery); $(window).ajDialogue.destroy($('#test')); working js fiddle example here

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Turn object instance that uses $.extend into proper jquery plugin
Solution 1 : jQuery Widget Factory see http://jqueryui.com/widget/ Solution 2 : (function($) { $.fn.testFunction = function() { console.log('test'); }; })(jQuery); $(document).ready(function() { $('#test').testFunction(); }); http://jsfiddle.net/jSwhN/ I personaly use the Widget Factory but the solution 2 is convenient.

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jquery msg plugin overlay another jquery plugin looped using php
You are causing an error by assigning the same id to multiple elements. An id can only be used once. Hence id: identifier. So you should give the anchors a class and trigger your JS from that. Also, give the elements a unique id, by adding your database id to the element id.

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Struts 2.3.1.5 and Jquery Plugin v3.6 - trying to iterate data returned from JSON with nested object
Since Goods is not in the root of the object returned, you should use the right path in the notation, like gridModel="sales[0].goods" . Refer to this amazing answer for more details on how to traverse JSON objects. Edit: the JSON you posted here seems malformed, but it's probably just a copy & paste issue; however, try with an hardcoded index; if it works, you should get, IF POSSIBLE, the index of the row to pass through OGNL, since you are not inside an iterator, but inside a custom tag :/ But looking at the official Showcase's source code, it is done in a completely different way: two different URLs pointing to two different Actions for the Grid and the subGrid. I think that is the way it is meant to be used. Browse the repository to find the Actions too if you need to check the

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jQuery DataTables + columnFilter plugin Overflow Issue with jQuery UI Tabs
This seems a bit embarrassing but after some trial and error i found that if you comment out/remove the "sScrollXInner" property it seems to resolve this issue. I'm not sure what other cases this will help with but i guess it seems to work well in conjunction with the following to help force column size re-adjustment: //DataTables property "fnInitComplete": function () { this.fnAdjustColumnSizing(true); } And: //jQuery tab initialisation $("#tabs").tabs({ "show": function (event, ui) { var table = $.fn.dataTable.fnTables(true); if (table.length > 0) { $(table).dataTable().fnAdjustColumnSizing(); } } });

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jQuery detect if form has a value to be submitted and jquery message plugin show
You can check if the input has value using the jQuery .val() method. Using this you have several options: Use it inside a value-changed handler for the textbox and only enable the Submit button when the input has a value Use it within the .submit() event you're already handling. If there isn't a value cancel the submit. As usual, having the server handle this as well is required (in case the form is submitted without javascript).

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using jquery datatables plugin in jsf application and data should be populated from jquery
If your intended use is to have extreme amounts of table rows (10,000+) in single instances then Datatables with server side processing is the way to go. Each time you click the pagination or filter it will make a new request to the server for fresh json data. If however the amount of rows is somewhere between 200-10,000 i would use either the javascript array(which could be printed on page load), or the ajax Source option, These to options basically mean all the data is pushed to the client side on the initial datatables draw, but Datatables plugin will append/remove the rows the the dom when required. The first option is just apply datatable object to a normal html table, which might be the fastest to impliment if you allready have the tables there. Due to the initial table row and cel

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requirejs not exposing local jquery to jquery plugin with shim
I believe the problem is that you are trying to use shim with AMD modules, when really that feature is designed for non-AMD modules. From that section of the documentation: Remember: only use shim config for non-AMD scripts,scripts that do not already call define(). The shim config will not work correctly if used on AMD scripts, in particular, the exports and init config will not be triggered, and the deps config will be confusing for those cases. If you want to keep jQuery out of global scope and still use it with your other modules, you can follow the Mapping Modules to use noConflict approach: If all of your modules (including any third party jQuery plugins or library code that depend on jQuery) are AMD compatible and you want to avoid having $ or jQuery in the global namespac

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errors when using jQuery Booklet plugin with multiple jQuery libraries
It must be your incomplete src location. It should be something like this, as if running from localhost: <script src="http://localhost/wcsstore/CVWEB/images/home/js/jquery.easing.1.3.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

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How to chain jquery plugin option with regular jquery methods?
You'd do that with bracket notation, as that allows variables : $(this).next()[self.options.type](200); // ^^^ string that matches jQuery method, like slideToggle etc

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plugin illuminate 0.7 incompatible to jQuery 1.9.1 or jQuery-UI 1.10.3 -> TypeError: $.css(...) is undefined
Whew, well that took some debugging. The problem is that illuminate assumes that jQuery doesn't support the box-shadow property, but the newer jQuery version does. That means that when vendor prefixes aren't available (which they aren't in the latest FireFox), you get either an infinite loop or an undefined property. Fortunately illuminate went with an undefined property BoxShadow instead of the infinite loop which would have come from using boxShadow (as I found out, leading to several browser hangs). So that's the problem, what's the fix? Strip the offending code from illuminate. All cases of support.boxShadow should be changed to simply 'boxShadow', and the cssHooks.boxShadow block removed. You can also delete the bit which sets support.boxShadow in the first place. My test case is h

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Using two variables to create a jQuery object
$(cardMonth).add(cardYear).prepend("<option value='' selected='selected'></option>"); Alternatively: var els[0] = cardMonth; var els[1] = cardYear; $(els).prepend("<option value='' selected='selected'></option>");

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Create object with random key jquery
Try changing object.selectionName to object[selectionName]: $(".selectedQueues").each(function(){ var selectionName = $(this).find("input").val(); var containedQueues = new Array(); $(this).find("li").each(function(){ containedQueues.push($(this).text()); }); var object = new Object(); object[selectionName] = containedQueues; console.log(object); }); jsFiddle example EDIT: I was unsure if you were looking to just use selectionName, or the actual name property, which you need to change that portion to: var selectionName = $(this).find("input").attr('name');

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Any way to find the jquery object index when binding event for each jquery object in an array?
You can use this $("input").on("click", function(){ var index = $(this).index(); }); This will find the index of the clicked input in relation to that of its sibling inputs. Example: <div> <input type='text'/> //index 0 <input type='text'/> //index 1 </div> <div> <input type='text'/> //index 0 </div>

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Throw ajax error incase of custom exception using JSON object while populating datatable using datatables jquery plugin
It seems you need to use the fnServerData callback. I have never used it myself, but it seems you can manually do the ajax request and catch any server-side errors you want. In your case it would be something like this: $(document).ready( function() { try { $('#example').dataTable( { "bProcessing": true, "bServerSide": true, "sAjaxSource": "xhr.php", "fnServerData": function ( sSource, aoData, fnCallback, oSettings ) { oSettings.jqXHR = $.ajax( { "dataType": 'json', "type": "POST", "url": sSource, "data": aoData, "success": function(response) { //do error checking here, maybe "throw new Error('Some error')" based on data; fnCallback(

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create JSON object in jquery, to many objects are created
I think what you need is, one object to be added to info array for each item element in the xml with the properties stage, title, description, location, billtype, linkurl and thedate info.push({ 'stage' : stage, 'title' : title, 'description' : desc, 'location' : location, 'billtype' : billtype, 'linkurl' : linkurl, 'thedate' : thedate });

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Jquery Create Tree table from JSON object
The dynatree you mention does not seem to have tree table capabilities. I have can propose a solution using jsTreeTable. function normalize(data, hirarchy) { var hirarchy = hirarchy.slice(0) var nextLevel = hirarchy.shift() $.each(data, function(i, d) { d['children'] = d[nextLevel] if (hirarchy.length > 0) { normalize(d[nextLevel], hirarchy) } }) } normalize(data.cSVServers, [ 'lBVServers', 'serviceGroups', 'servers' ]) com_github_culmat_jsTreeTable.register(this) var options = { idAttr : 'name', slider : true, renderedAttr : { name : 'Name', status : 'Status', ipAddress : 'IP', port : 'Port', protoc

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create empty jquery object based on a variable
What about this? Looks more flexible and easier: var elem = "div"; $(document.createElement(elem)).text("hello world").appendTo("body"); Demo I'm not sure, but maybe oldIE will have problem if an not existing tag name is passed.

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jQuery nicEdit with jQuery form plugin
Before you can send the data you must store the nicEditor data, so that the text is written in the textarea by nicEditor var NicEditor = nicEditors.findNicEditor('mydata'); var inst = NicEditor.instanceById('mydata'); inst.saveContent();

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jQuery UI Tooltip with jQuery Validate plugin
As ninja said in the comment I just placed the above code in the errorPlacement function for the validate plugin:- errorPlacement: function(error, element) { element.attr('title', error.text()); $(".error").tooltip( { position: { my: "left+5 center", at: "right center" }, tooltipClass: "ttError" }); }

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jQuery 1.10 + jQuery Migrate Plugin - help needed
The migrate plugin can be useful for old applications but in the case of a new application it is much better to avoid using migration plugins. If tomorrow you upgrade your jQuery version you will have to deal with all your bunch of deprecated/removed code and continue using your migration plugin. However you may use the migration plugin in case you absolutely need to use another plugin not yet upgraded, but this is temporary.

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How to use jquery properties in a jquery plugin EasyDate
Remove the single quotes: $(".easydate").easydate({format_future:false}); I have created a fiddle for this don't know whether this what you are expecting JSfiddle

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Parsing JSON Object in jQuery and create drop downs
You are accessing your JSON incorrectly for the second dropdown. this.productType is a string, not an array, so you cannot call this.productType[0].reportNames If you change it to this.reportNames[0] then you may just get what you are looking for. Here is the updated jsFiddle Edit: Here is a new fiddle which handles showing and hiding the options based on what is already selected. It could probably use some optimization, but it works.

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How can I create a click and drag to change the width of an object with jQuery?
You just need a resizable({}) effect . $('#changeMe').resizable({}); You can look at this article Resizable

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jQuery get shown div id
The jQuery attr() function will allow you to retrieve the id value, like this: $(this).attr('id'); Note: $(this) refers to the DIV of your jQuery selector.

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how to create multidimensional array / object in jquery and pass via AJAX post
You need to quote your keys: obj['orderItem'] = orderItem; obj['priceEach'] = priceEach; obj['qty'] = qty; Or use dot notation: obj.orderItem = orderItem; obj.priceEach = priceEach; obj.qty = qty; Without the quotes/dot notation its like saying: obj['Fresh Tilapia Filets'] = 'Fresh Tilapia Filets'; obj['$2.99'] = '$2.99'; obj[10] = 10; Because its evaluating the variables with the same name.

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Interacting with an element via JQuery after being shown via ASP
use this <div id="error" class="notifications" runat="server" href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="fademe('errordiv')" visible="false" ClientIDMode=Static></div> and add the javascript function function fademe(id){ alert('errordiv is clicked'); var container=document.getElementById('error'); containe.fadeOut(); } or function fademe(id){ alert('errordiv is clicked'); $('#error').fadeOut(); } or function fademe(id){ alert('errordiv is clicked'); error.fadeOut(); }

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