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absolute position of link element using jquery
If link's are hidden (display:none), you will not be able to get their position - From the API Note: jQuery does not support getting the offset coordinates of hidden elements or accounting for borders, margins, or padding set on the body element. While it is possible to get the coordinates of elements with visibility:hidden set, display:none is excluded from the rendering tree and thus has a position that is undefined.

Categories : Javascript

Z-Index not working on element with position:relative when its parent is position:absolute
remove all z-index values and the white background for the modal element http://jsfiddle.net/TfSa5/ .overlay { position:fixed; top:0; left:0; right:0; bottom:0; background-color:#000000; opacity:0.7; } .modal { position:absolute; top:300px; left:50%; overflow:auto; margin:-250px 0px 0px -280px; border:1px solid #999; border-radius:6px; -webkit-border-radius:6px; -moz-border-radius:6px; -webkit-box-shadow:0 3px 7px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); -moz-box-shadow:0 3px 7px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); box-shadow:0 3px 7px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); background-clip:padding-box; padding:10px; } .modal-contents { height:100px; min-width:100px; } .highlight { position:relative; background-color:#ffffff; } .section { padding:5px; }

Categories : HTML

Absolute position is working fine on different resolutions even if there is no relative position element on the top of it
Absolutely positioned elements are relative to a container positioned relatively. If none is specified, it's relative to the window. I've never heard of/see anything about problems with position and screen resolution... other than the fact that your browser might change width/height when your resolution changes? this is all regardless of if there is anything set in the css for the html/body width & height.

Categories : CSS

Repeating background not filling container div with relative absolute position with percentages
This is what you want? Fiddle Just add this CSS rule in the div.container element background: url('Your URL') repeat; As you can see, I used the shorthand property. BTW, just add the height in the html and body to 100% (you'll obtain the same result that adding the height and width properties). html, body { height: 100%; }

Categories : CSS

How to determine an absolute-positioned element's container
Thanks to Pumbaa80 for the information - that was exactly what I was trying to figure out. In case it'll help someone else later, here is a revamped locator method that will extract that particular offset coordinates (as opposed to a logical screen location)... // relative location from nearest Positioned ancestor getPositionedOffset = function(element, coordinates) { // create a coordinates object if one was not assigned (first iteration) if(coordinates == undefined) { coordinates = {x: 0, y: 0 } } if (element.offsetParent) { switch(window.getComputedStyle(element).position) { case "relative": case "absolute": case "fixed": return coordinates default: coordinates.x += element.offsetLeft coordinates.y += element.offsetTop

Categories : Javascript

Limit absolute positioned element to container width
You can set the width of the absolute child to 100% and make the parent relatively positioned. Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/DZQtt/2/ li { ... position: relative; } .b { ... width: 100%; }

Categories : Javascript

Aligning vertically absolute element larger than container in Firefox
Best way to do it if you don't have to support IE8 or older is to translate the image vertically. This method works in all major browsers, including IE9+: img { top: 50%; transform: translateY(-50%); } https://jsfiddle.net/6n2vu7zd/1/

Categories : CSS

Get absolute position of a SVG element
You can use the rbox function, which takes the translations into account. Here is an example: var draw = SVG('paper'); var g1 = draw.group(); var g2 = g1.group(); g2.move(100,100); var g3 = g2.group(); var rect = g3.rect(200,200); console.log(rect.rbox());

Categories : Javascript

d3 - calculate position and rotation of element by arc edge
You need to set the transform attribute accordingly: .attr("transform", "translate(" + Math.cos(convertValue(.127)-Math.PI/2)*70 + "," + Math.sin(convertValue(.127)-Math.PI/2)*70 + ")" + "rotate(" + ((convertValue(.127)*180/Math.PI)+180) + ")") It becomes a bit easier if you draw the triangle the other way round. Updated jsfiddle here.

Categories : Javascript

Create element at absolute position?
I would have a look at $.offset(): var a = $('a').first(); var offset = a.offset(); var aLeft = parseInt(offset.left); var aTop = parseInt(offset.top); //And I have never used .position() I would edit the CSS: $("#popup").css({left: aLeft + 10, top: aTop + 10, position: "absolute", z-index: 1000});

Categories : Jquery

Absolute Position Element Within Centered Div
First set up your centered div with position relative #centered-div{position: relative; width: 900px; margin: auto;} Then set up your login button with position absolute #login{position: absolute; left: 0; top: 50px;}

Categories : CSS

HTML element in position:absolute vs. scroll
.bar { max-width: 300px; max-height: 300px; overflow-y:scroll; overflow-x:hidden; } This will make it so that there will always be a scroll bar visible even if there is no content in the div. If you want the scroll bar to only show if needed, use "auto" instead of "scroll".

Categories : HTML

How to position
You need position: fixed for achieving that Here is a small tutorial http://davidwalsh.name/css-fixed-position

Categories : HTML

Is there any difference between using absolute position around a relative position wrap and an absolute position around a static position wrap?
If you don't wrap an absolute positioned element around a relatively positioned object, in your viewport, top will be top, but if you zoom in or zoom out, it will be top of the viewport and independent of your layout, weather in case of relatively positioned objects, if an absolute positioned object is wrapped around a relatively postioned object, it will be on top under the bounds of the relatively positioned object(s). For Instance, Let us take three div tags as mentioned in the question with ids, box_1, box_2 and box_3 Let us assume the below CSS and HTML for the three div's The CSS: #box_1 { position: static; width: 200px; height: 100px; background: yellow; top:0px; left:0px; } #box_2 { position: relative; width: 1000px; height: 100px; background: red; } #box_3 {

Categories : CSS

Attaching an element (height:auto) at the bottom of its parent, without position:absolute
If you use display: inline-block; vertical-align: bottom; on the columns they will be aligned next to each other and growing from the bottom. Se Fiddle for example

Categories : HTML

Z-index not behaving as expected with absolute positioning inside a fixed position element
Move .abs outside of both divs. <div class="fixed first"> <p>This is a fixed element</p> </div> <div class="fixed second"> <p>This is a fixed element</p> </div> <p class="abs"> I should be displayed above both fixed position elements </p> See http://jsfiddle.net/GS4E4/9/ The way you have it now .abs is positioned relative to .first so it will sit above .first but not above .second, your fiddle is interpreting correctly.

Categories : CSS

Position fixed element with percentage width relative to container
You can get the effect that you want as follows. Your HTML snippet is good as is: <div id="content"> <section> <h1>Heading 1</h1> <p>...</p> </section> <section> <h1>Heading 2</h1> <p>...</p> </section> </div> and the CSS is good but just requires some explanation: #content { overflow: visible; /* default, but important to notice */ } section { float: left; width: 25%; } h1 { position: fixed; width: 25%; background: #00FF00; text-align: center; } and the demo fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/audetwebdesign/4zLMq/ How This Works Your #content block takes up the remaining width to the right of your 200px left floated sidebar.

Categories : HTML

Append an entire form using jquery in an absolute position
How about using jQuery UI Dialog: $("#vouchers").dialog({ autoShow: false, // Other options }); $("#somebutton").click(function() { $("#vouchers").dialog("show"); });

Categories : Jquery

jQuery UI draggable with absolute position and bottom property
jQuery's draggable works by manipulating the css top and left values. When a box has both top and bottom values set (and no static height), the box will stretch to match both properties. This is what's causing the resizing. A workaround could be to set a static height on the box, or if that's not an option, set the bottom value to "auto" when the draggable is created, and fetch the current "top" position at the same time to make sure the element stays put. $('.dragbox').draggable({ create: function( event, ui ) { $(this).css({ top: $(this).position().top, bottom: "auto" }); } }); http://jsfiddle.net/expqj/8/

Categories : Javascript

Centering a fixed position html element relative to parent container not the browser
Two things: You need to use position: absolute on your footer. You need to specify a position property on your wrapper in order to give it layout. e.g. http://jsfiddle.net/WzxGA/ #wrapper { width: 75%; max-width: 800px; height: 100%; min-height:500px; margin: 0 auto; position:relative;} #one {height: 100px; background-color: red } #two {height: 100px; background-color: blue } #three {height: 100px; width: 100%; max-width: 1200px; background-color: green; position: absolute; bottom: 0} #three p {text-align: center;}

Categories : HTML

firefox's strange behavior using jQuery animate method and absolute position
You can work with calculated pixels instead. Works as expected. jsFiddle Demo $('#btnTest').on("click", function(){ $("#h_divIETodos").animate({ right: "+=" + ($(this).parent().width() * 0.2) + "px" },500); });

Categories : Javascript

How to fetch container element based on class name and outer element's ID using jquery
You can use the class-selector to find out an element with the specified class $("#rowForcustomfield_11300 .name")

Categories : Jquery

Computing absolute position from relative and absolute base
You know that releative positions means differences. So deltaLat = curLat - lastLat; deltaLon : analog using the absolute lat/lon and all deltas the receiver can recreate the absolute lat/lon position. (There are some pitfalls, make sure to write some unit tests!) from the current absPosition and the last delta, you easily can calculate the distance in meters. Addit. info: your deltas should not be in meters, this is very complex. The amount of meters, for two identical deltaLat/Lon pairs varies along the earths globe, so you always need the absolute position (at least the absolute latitude)

Categories : Java

JQuery, keep inner
If you give #num-text a height, you can vertically align it to the center using the absolute positioning you already have on it: #num-text { position:absolute; text-align:center; color:#eee; font-size:24px; width:100%; height: 24px; top:50%; margin-top:-12px; } See fiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/hZSKA/1/ As a side note, it's probably possible to do this same effect using CSS3 but that may not be backwards compatible with older browsers.

Categories : Javascript

jQuery - find the most inner element of the container element
The best way: function innerMost( root ) { var $children = $( root ).children(); while ( true ) { var $temp = $children.children(); if($temp.length > 0) $children = $temp; else return $children; } } var $inner = innerMost($('.container')); My original solution that works with your markup, but not any: $('.container').find(':not(:has(*))');

Categories : Jquery

jQuery: randomise mouse speed for each div
Use .each to iterate over the followers and assign each a "jump" value: $(document).ready(function () { var mouseX = 0, mouseY = 0; $(window).mousemove(function (e) { mouseX = Math.min(e.pageX); mouseY = Math.min(e.pageY); }); var followers = $(".stuck"); followers.each(function () { var follower = $(this), jump = 1 + (Math.random() * 50), xp = 0, yp = 0; var loop = setInterval(function () { // higher is slower xp += (mouseX - xp) / jump; yp += (mouseY - yp) / jump; follower.css({ left: xp, top: yp }); }, 30); }); }); Here is a demonstration: http://jsfiddle.net/Nxdm7/

Categories : Jquery

Jquery Scrolling Element to Position of Newly Appended Element (Calculating relative offset to parent)
change to: ul.stop().animate({ scrollLeft: li.position().left + ul.scrollLeft() }, 2000); You are looking for position() method, which returns relative position, instead of offset, which returns absolute (more proper - relative to the document) position, and add current scroll state (which affects the position reading)

Categories : Javascript

Position Absolute div inside position relative list item - Clipping issue - ie7
You can try to add overflow into class .listitem : overflow:visible; But, if you want your div to be exactly aligned to the item, make sure the list height and the div height are equals (including the padding). For exemple, if your item height is 40px, your div height, with a padding set to 10px, must be 20px. And remove the top:10px; .layer { position:absolute; top:-1px; right:10px; padding:5px; background:#993300; border:solid 1px #FFF; z-index:100; overflow:visible; height:20px; } In this exemple, i set the padding to 5px to keep the text center vertically. The height is set to 20px (2x padding + height = item height). And the top is set to -1px to deal with the 1px border. http://jsfiddle.net/KtMbA/ Hope it'll help !

Categories : HTML

Difference and impact of position:relative, position:absolute, and float
Position:absolute and float do not coincide. If you position an element absolutely it is then no longer "floating". i.e. absolutely positioned items (or fixed items) are taken out of the flow of the document. It is generally better to position things statically or relatively unless necessary. Absolute positioning has its uses, but is not generally needed. Relative positioning is useful when you need to position a child element relative to the parent. So if A is positioned relatively, then positioning B absolutely will mean it is placed based on A's position. So: A { position:relative; } B { position:absolute; top:30px; left:20px; } Will place B 30px from the top and 20px from the left of A's upper left corner. Anything then positioned within B, will be based on B's

Categories : CSS

How I can tell absolute position ignore is parent relative position?
Remove width:200px for div with id #layout. Important thing is dont use same id for two elements. Duplicate id's are dangerous. CODE: <div id="website" style="width:100%;"> <div id="layout" style="margin:0 auto"> <div id="layout" style="width:100%;position:relative;"> <div id="full_strip" style="width:100%;background-color:black;color:white;height:100px;position:absolute;left:0;"> Hello world </div> </div> </div> </div> DEMO FIDDLE

Categories : CSS

Get absolute coordinates for rotation of Inkscape SVG elements
If I understood correctly, you have the needle's coordinates and the rotation axis coordinates, and you want to programatically change the needle's "angle" and then change the needle's shape in the SVG file accordingly? I think this is a really bad idea: making changes to the SVG, saving and then rendering the "new SVG" will take too much ressources and is exactly why such a simple task seems complicated. Instead, parse your SVG once (using lxml for instance, it's a piece of cake to extract coordinates just by doing some XPATH queries) and build your shapes into a model (a Needle class for instance, with the paths and center) and then simply rotate that needle using Cairo transforms. They already provide a rotate function that will do what you're looking for!

Categories : Python

Changing absolute positioned text div through jQuery, without changing it's position
I would start with this: #block_contact { position: relative; } Any absolutely positioned child elements will start from the top-left corner of #block_contact, instead of the top-left corner of the window. Try it and see if it fixes anything, I don't have any other ideas.

Categories : Jquery

neither position absolute neither position relative is working well
Here a little trick for you. Add this in your CSS : #insideAbsolute:after{ content:''; height : 35px; width : 100%; position : absolute; bottom : -35px; } That create a "fake" margin! Fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/QRpqs/1/

Categories : CSS

jquery click container but exempt a wrapped element
$container.on('click', '.element', function(){ // enlarge clicked element $(this).toggleClass('large'); $container.isotope('reLayout'); }).on('click', '.setStamp', function( e ){ e.stopPropagation(); }); DEMO Or also like: $container.on('click', '.element', function( e ){ // enlarge clicked element if(e.target.className=='setStamp') return; $(this).toggleClass('large'); $container.isotope('reLayout'); }); DEMO

Categories : Jquery

what is the better way to position two elements in a container using CSS? (one on the left and one on the right of its container)
i think there wont be any problem ..this can be also achieved in may other ways you can also use div.wrap to wrap #first & #second then you could use display:inline-block; in #first & #second while display:inline; in div.wrap and also see should you use inline-block as a substitute of float and also float vs inline-block you could use float:left; only in #first then #second would inherit it.it will give you side by side contents you can also use display:table-row; for div.wrap and display:table-cell; for #first & #second.but its better to avoid

Categories : HTML

Is it possible to change the X background position and not affect the Y background position of an element in JS or jQuery?
You can do background-position: Xpx Ypx, so you can adjust JUST the X value and leave the Y value alone. You can also do this in pure CSS, just by using :hover and :active pseudo classes.

Categories : Javascript

JQuery - assign height of container (parent) div to child element (vertical bar)
you can't assign the value to a jquery selector that returns multiple elements. you have to change the line that reads: $(this).children(".hrLine").css('height', txt); to something like; $(this).children(".hrLine").each(function(){ $(this).css('height', txt); }); tell me if this works for you Update: changed $(this).siblings to $(this).children

Categories : Jquery

jQuery UI Sortable, how to get DOM element at old position?
You can try this, playing with indexes: $(function(){ var startIndex = false; $('ul').sortable({ items: ' > li', start: function(event,ui){ startIndex = ui.item.index(); }, stop: function(event,ui){ if(false !== startIndex) { $('#result').html('<br />Element on the original place of the moved element: ' + $('li:eq('+startIndex+')').text() + ' '); } startIndex = false; } }); }); Here's the fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/m3cSu/

Categories : Javascript

How to change position of element using jquery
Here is one approach: var $customfield_10103 = $('#customfield_10103'), $parent = $customfield_10103.parent(); $customfield_10103.appendTo($('#customfield_10102').parent()).css('marginLeft', '40px'); $parent.remove(); FIDDLE

Categories : Javascript

Dropping element at exact position using JQuery
It does exactly what you told it to do in your code. To make it do what you write in your question, you just want to make the .slotMachine DIV the droppable one, not the .slot-info (or even .slot for that matter). EDIT: If you want to find out on what DIV you dropped on and place the dragged DIV next to it, leave .slots droppable and in your drop handler use .insertAfter() or .insertBefore() (which inserts your element outside of the droppedOn target) instead of .appendTo() you are using now (which would insert your element inside the droppedOn target).

Categories : Jquery



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