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How can I target a specific method in an external .cs file with a jQuery AJAX call in a WebMatrix C#.net environment?
So to start - your App_Code directory in any ASP.NET application should NEVER serve content. This is to protect yourself from accidentally exposing your source code on your web site :) To get this rolling, you need to follow a few steps: Create a new cshtml page named 'GenerateMainStreetEvents.cshtml'. Inside of that page, add a razor block that invokes your GenerateMainStreetEvents function After you have a list of objects in razor, you need to convert them into JSON. I suggest using JSON.NET, which is available on NuGet: http://james.newtonking.com/projects/json-net.aspx Using Response.Write and Response.End to write out the JSON and end your HTTP response Here is a really good example: Retrieve JSON Array from jQuery Ajax call in asp.net webpages Happy coding!

Categories : C#

jQuery Mobile automated ajax loading message Page Loading Widget
Now that I've found that additional information, I was able to find this related question and answer. I'm still looking around to see if there is more information before I accept this as an answer. How can I delay page transition in jQuery Mobile until page data is ready?

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jquery ajax loading gif while waiting for ajax response
If you set async: false, you're telling the browser to synchronize to that function's call responding, meaning it is going to wait. Remove or set to true and it will run asynchronously, e.g., will not freeze the browser waiting for it to finish.

Categories : Javascript

Diffence between usage of Ajax Update Panel and Jquery:ajax() method
An update panel performs a full re-render of the page, takes the section matching the panel and sends it back to the client. The browser then replaces the contents of the update panel with the new html. jQuery's AJAX method allows you to make any request to any page and handle the response data any way you choose. This might include reading a JSON response from a web service, getting html or anything else you wish. Effectively AJAX gives you a mechanism to emulate the user browsing to a given url with GET or POST data and manipulate the results in any way you desire. It's worth noting that the update panel is built on top of AJAX (technically Javascript's XMLHttpRequest) object. There are also some gotchas with update panel, eg if you have a Captcha that is outside the panel; When the

Categories : Asp Net

Jquery Ajax HTML - Add Loading
I usually insert the content into the parent element using the .html function window.onload = function () { var a = document.getElementById("country_link"); a.onclick = function () { $.ajax({ type: 'GET', dataType: 'html', url: '/ajax/test.html', timeout: 5000, success: function (data, textStatus) { $("#country_slide").html(data); alert('request successful'); }, error: function (xhr, textStatus, errorThrown) { alert('request failed'); } }); return false; } } This way the spinner can initially be placed inside the parent, and then be overwritten when the content is returned from the server

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JQuery Ajax Content Loading
You can give the links you don't want affected a class then exclude the class in your selector <a href="..." class="noajax">...</a> $(document).on('click','a:not(.noajax)',function() {

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Content loading with Ajax and Jquery
First try something like this: $.get('/includes/test-info.html', data, function(data){alert(data);}) And then you'll be able to see exactly what is being returned.

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AJAX loading of XML for jQuery Change
A few changes. Here is a JSFiddle. First I'll post the entire updated code, then we'll go over everything change by change. $(function() { $(xml).find("Row").each(function() { cityID = $(this).attr("id"); city = $(this).find("city").text(); amt = $(this).find("amt").text(); $('<option value="' + amt + '" id="' + cityID + '">' + city + '</option>').appendTo('.selectCity'); console.log('appending'); }); $(".selectCity").change(function() { var sel = $(this).children("option:selected"); city = sel.text(); amt = sel.attr("value"); $(".name").html(city); $(".ammount").html(amt); }); }); You'll notice that I've moved the .change() listener outside of the .each() function.

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jQuery ajax page not loading in ie7
The problem is not with your AJAX call. There is an error in your camera.js that only happens in IE7. It can be numerous things, really (for example IE7 does not like when you put a comma after the last element of an array - most browsers are lenient with this). You should debug your code in IE7 and fix stuff it does not like: Debugging JavaScript in IE7

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Jquery Ajax - Not loading text
Because there is no element with an ID country_link document.getElementById() returns null if the element isn't found document.getElementById('country').onclick = ...; //should work In JavaScript, null is a special primitive and you cannot add properties to primitive types.

Categories : Javascript

start/stop loading when Ajax.BeginForm post method Send/Complete
The MVC framework integrates jQuery beautifully. I would recommend that you use jQuery for the form as well. In that case use Html.BeginForm instead of Ajax.BeginForm something like this : ('form').on('submit',function(){ var form = $(this); $.ajax({ url: form.attr('action'), data: form.serialize(), dataType: 'json', success : function(data){//success function here}, error : function(resp, status, xhr){} }); });

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ajax load not loading textfile jquery
There must be an error somewhere (is your sample.txt file in the same path as your page?) or jQuery is not loaded. As this is working fine for me: <script type="text/javascript" src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(function() { $('#loadPage').click(function(){ $('#pagecontainer').load('text.txt'); }); }); </script> <a href="#!" id="loadPage">LOAD</a> <div id="pagecontainer"> Here </div> Check out this JSFIDDLE You may want to put an alert() just after the $(function(){ to see if jQuery is actually loaded and working; should pop an alert on page loaded. In case, post more of your code.

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jquery loading screen on ajax call
You can use the $.ajaxStart and $.ajaxStop methods: $(function() { $(document).ajaxStart(function() { // Show loading dialog }); $(document).ajaxStop(function() { // Hide loading dialog }); });

Categories : HTML

Jquery Masonry loading over each other after Ajax div refresh
I resolved a similar issue just now. I had an outer div (enclosing the masonry container) that was set to {display: none} in CSS, and then made visible later on using $('#...').show(); I had the same issue. When the div + container is first made visible all the elements overlap. Then when the window is re-sized it's redrawn properly. The issue seemed to be that when the elements are first created, the size of the div is zero (cause of the display:none setting), and when the Div is displayed (.show();) the elements are already rendered for a zero height container. Hence the overlap. I fixed this by preventing the layout from being initialized till it's made visible $myContainer = $('#myTiles'); $myContainer.masonry({ itemSelector: '.myTile', isInitLayout: false }); and then cal

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Ajax jQuery loading causes 404 source map error
Similar question to earlier: jquery-2.0.2.min.map not found Starting with jQuery 1.9, we also make available sourcemap files that can be used to debug the compressed file in sourcemap-aware browsers such as Google Chrome. The map file is not required for users to run jQuery, it just improves the developer's debugger experience. So as long as you're seeing this in Chrome it is only for your benefit! However to answer why this happens when loading from AJAX I guess it's because it references the source map relatively and your ajax is being called from a page on your server/document root.

Categories : Jquery

Modular AJAX loading indicator with jQuery
Opacity applies to an elements children as well. Instead of using opacity just make the background of the parent have more opacity with rgba colors. Here is an example. Also you were using setInterval(function(){ $('#a').loading(false); }, 3000); When you should have done setTimeout(function(){ $('#a').loading(false); }, 3000); That was causing the page to crash for me.

Categories : Javascript

The loading order of Js code and ajax request of Jquery in the Dom
When you have $.post('1.php',{},function(){}); window.location.href="../../2.php"; the second line is executed as soon as the first one has been executed. But the first statement only launches the ajax request, it doesn't block until the browser has really sent the whole request to the server. As this second line replaces the page, it also stops the script and tells the browser it can stop what it was being doing for the page, like querying a server. The solution is what you have in your first code : $.post('1.php',{},function(){window.location.href="../../2.php";}); the window.location change is only done when the browser has received the answer.

Categories : Javascript

Loading script with jquery ajax: strange behavior?
How about trying something like : $(function(){ var stat = $("#status"); stat.append("Chargement du décrypteur... "); $.when( $.getScript("http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/5tsysv6hmneaxop/foo.js").fail(function() { stat.append("[ERROR]<br/>Erreur lors du chargement du décrypteur."); }) ).then(function() { stat.append("[OK]<br/>Chargement de la clé de cryptage... "); return $.getScript( "http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/70d5avb1s7s7shd/crkey.js" ).fail(function() { stat.append("[ERROR]<br/>Erreur lors du chargement de la clé de cryptage."); }); }).then(function() { $("#status").append("[OK]<br/>Chargement du pack... "); return $.getScript( "http://dl.dropboxus

Categories : Jquery

Loading js file via jQuery $ajax in Internet Explorer
The error 80020101 means is that there is an error, of some sort, when evaluating JavaScript. If you load that JavaScript via Ajax. You can track it using. http://mattwhite.me/blog/2010/4/21/tracking-down-error-80020101-in-internet-exploder.html First try to debug and load js file directly. check what error you get

Categories : Javascript

Loading json data to div using jquery ajax call
You're mixing $.get and $.ajax Use this instead: $.ajax({ url: "http://echo.jsontest.com/key/value/one/two", dataType: "json" }).success(function(data){ $('#data').append(JSON.stringify(data)); }); Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/j3vsg/

Categories : Ajax

IE10 - JQuery ajax html not loading data
I see nothing blatantly wrong with your code. If you are using a newer version of Jquery then I would suggest changing: $("#category").change(function(){ into $("#category").on('change', function(){ and certainly after cache: false, add dataType: 'html', Also I highly recommend using console.log() if(data) { //check if expected data is correct console.log(data); //make sure you can target #mainview properly //should output the amount of #mainviews on your screen console.log($("#mainView").length); $("#mainView").html(data); $("#errorDivStyle").html("<font color='#000000'>" + category + " category have been loaded</font>").show(); } EDIT: $("#category").on('change', function(){ e.preventDefault(); $.ajax({

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Adding in loading and error text with jQuery Ajax
Depending on the context of your application, you can subscribe callbacks to fire on certain global AJAX events. Say, whenever an AJAX call starts, or whenever an AJAX call throws an error. $(document) .ajaxStart(function (e) { $('body').showMyAwesomeLoadingGIF(); }) .ajaxComplete(function (e) { $('body').hideMyAwesomeLoadingGIF(); }); This will cause those two callback functions to fire during the appropriate lifecycle events on every AJAX call made in your document. If, for some reason, you want a certain AJAX call not to trigger your global AJAX event handlers, you can specify that that particulat AJAX call is not global. $.ajax({ global : false, // blah }) More information on global AJAX event handling here. EDIT If you want to maintain

Categories : Javascript

jquery select2 plugin, loading in default with ajax selection
I have done the following.... ...code from the opening question, initSelection: function(element, callback) { var id=$(element).val(); if (id!=="") { callback({id:id, text : $(element).attr('data-display')}); } } and done <input..... data-display="{{ $user->name }}"> it works, is that a good way?

Categories : Jquery

Stop A Web Page From Loading Until A JQuery AJAX Call Completes?
You can do it with the ajax function with the async property set to false. $.ajax({ url: "/acme/confirm_authentication", success: function(data) { if( data != "confirmed"){ location.href = "logout"; } }, async:false });

Categories : Javascript

JQuery Chosen plugin + AJAX loading dynamic select
If you want to dynamically select the chosen plugin , you can just trigger an liszt update then change to it . Example let say MyDropDown is the dropdown ID , then $('#MyDropDown').val('value you want').trigger("liszt:updated").trigger("change"); works for me

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Browser not loading HTML response after doing jquery.ajax POST to a servlet
ajax is not going to reload the page for you, that's the whole purpose of using ajax. However, you can force a page to reload by using the complete setting of ajax as documented here http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/ complete callback of ajax is always called after the ajax response come back regardless of the outcome (success or failure) To put it together, you would want to do something like: $.ajax({ type : "POST", url : "/uploadPhotos", data : files, dataType : "HTML", processData : false, contentType : false, complete: function () { location.reload(); //or other browser specific reload method } }); if complete is not what you wanted, try to use success or error instead. success will be called when the

Categories : Jquery

jquery load method after loading the window in IE
Use any method call Inside $(function() : <script type="text/javascript"> $(function(){ alert('Alert box after page Completely Ready'); renderEditNView(); }); function renderEditNView(){ alert('Render Edit and View after Page Competely ready'); } </script>

Categories : Jquery

jQuery / AJAX - loading content into modal window, how to wait until load() is finished?
$.load doesn't support promises, so you'll just have to pass in the callback function as an argument: $(box).load(url, function () { $(box).slideDown(300); });

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JSON not loading into dropdown list from ajax call using jQuery loadJSON plugin
According to the documentation: If the town array is placed in the towns1.js, towns2.js, towns3.js files, the following code will load the towns dropdown list: Your town data file is not named correctly. The web page has a bug, <select name="Region" > should be: <select name="Region" id="Region" > The ID is necessary for $("#Region") to work.

Categories : Jquery

JQuery - How to modify jquery method of a specific element
Each time you call $('#list') you're creating a new jQuery object. So when you do $('#list').val = function(){ alert('toto'); };, you have overwritten the val() method for only that instance. If you cache that object, you could continue to use the overwritten val() method: var list = $('#list'); list.val = function(){ alert('toto'); }; list.val(); //alerts 'toto' HOWEVER, this is a bad practice, since you don't know what else will be depending on val() working correctly. The better approach would be to create your own plugin: $.fn.totoVal = function() { alert('toto'); return this; }; You could then call this as $('#list').totoVal() EDIT If you really, really want to do this (again it is a bad idea), you can override the native val() implementation this way: var originalVal

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Properly loading JQuery on Rails (object has no method)
Make sure that jquery plugin is loaded and the document is ready before using hide() function. Wrap this code in $(function() { $('body').hide(); } and try.

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how to write specific ajax post in Jquery
If it's a input or a textarea, then bind the change or the blur event to the element. $('messagboxIdentifier').change(function() { if(this.value === 'Hello') { // call the method here } });

Categories : Javascript

jQuery ajax overwrite data/url beforeSend on specific url
You should notice that the String.replace function doesn't affect the original string! You can try using settings.url = settings.url.replace(....); in your code.

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Cant get jQuery ajax method to work
Quoting this: Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin Origin null is the local file system, so that suggests that you're loading the HTML page that does the load call via a file:/// URL (e.g., just double-clicking it in a local file browser or similar). Different browsers take different approaches to applying the Same Origin Policy to local files. My guess is that you're seeing this using Chrome. Chrome's rules for applying the SOP to local files are very tight, it disallows even loading files from the same directory as the document. So does Opera. Some other browsers, such as Firefox, allow limited access to local files. But basically, using ajax with local resources isn't going to work cross-browser. If you're just testing something locally that you'll really be depl

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jQuery AJAX method not working
Why are you checking if msg is 1 ? Are you returning 1 in your response body ? Looking at the JQuery docs it the success function callback is described as: Type: Function( PlainObject data, String textStatus, jqXHR jqXHR ) You could log the value of msg and see what is actually contains.

Categories : PHP

Call a web method using jQuery Ajax
Make sure you hit the webservice function by having breakpoint on your service function. Please change your script to below: <script type="text/javascript"> $(function () { $("#<%=tags.ClientID %>").autocomplete ({ source: function (request, response) { $.ajax ({ url: " <%=ResolveUrl("~/Services/AutoComplete.asmx/GetFarmersByName") %>", data: "{ 'name' : '" + $("#<%=tags.ClientID %>").val() + "'}", dataType: "json", type: "POST", contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", async: true, dataFilter: function (data) { return d

Categories : Asp Net

Call ajax inside a custom method and return ajax result to called method
The Ajax call is asynchronous and takes its time to complete, while the execution goes on and that's why you don't have any data in the "return". You need to pass a callback function to your callActionUsingAjax and call it in your success handler (or complete or error that depends on the logic. Like this: $(document).on('click', ".addComponent", function(){ //... other stuff callActionUsingAjax(urlAction, dataFields, function (data) { //this is tha callback (third argument) var ajaxActionResult=ajaxResult(data); $('.addComponent').html(htmlContent).fadeIn(); $('#popUpForm').html(ajaxActionResult); $('#popUpForm').dialog("open"); // all of the above happens when ajax completes, not immediately. }); return false; }); function call

Categories : Ajax

Simple Ajax Jquery Get Method Not Completing
Try placing an absolute url to runner.php, so /js/runner.php or /runner.php whichever directory it's in. Also if you have firebug installed, you can use it to view what the problem is. If it's telling you 404 Not Found then you will need to place the absolute url as I just mentioned.

Categories : Javascript

ASP.NET jQuery Ajax Calling Code-Behind Method
Firstly, you probably want to add a return false; to the bottom of your Submit() method in JavaScript (so it stops the submit, since you're handling it in AJAX). You're connecting to the complete event, not the success event - there's a significant difference and that's why your debugging results aren't as expected. Also, I've never made the signature methods match yours, and I've always provided a contentType and dataType. For example: $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "Default.aspx/OnSubmit", data: dataValue, contentType: 'application/json; charset=utf-8', dataType: 'json', error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown) { alert("Request: " + XMLHttpRequest.toString() + " Status: " + textStatus + " Erro

Categories : C#

Jquery Ajax GET method not passing variables
add return:false; to the event handler to stop the default action. $(".by_maker").on('click',function(){ var c_maker = $(this).attr('href'); $.ajax({ type: "GET", datatype: "html", url: "index.php?page=search_result", data: "maker="+c_maker, success: function(response){ html(response);} }); return false; }); Alternatively, you can pass in the event to the callback function, and preventDefault(); $(".by_maker").on('click',function(event){ event.preventDefault();

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