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Background should adapt to content height using JQuery on window resizing
Demo use display: inline-block. $(window).resize(function () { $("#background").css('display': 'inline-block'); });

Categories : Javascript

Icons not displayed as inline when resizing window to 480px or less
In the media queried css for .icon class change display:block; to display:inline; and you will probably want to remove the width rule from there as well .icons { display: inline; float: none; height:60px; margin:0 5px; opacity:.5; -webkit-transition:opacity .1s ease-out; -moz-transition:opacity .1s ease-out; -ms-transition:opacity .1s ease-out; -o-transition:opacity .1s ease-out; transition:opacity .1s ease-out }

Categories : CSS

Overlapping content when resizing the browser window
Floating would be easiest. You'll have to add a clearfix for this to work properly so you can force the floated elements to behave as desired when they stack. First include this into your main style sheet at a top level (top of the file). .clearfix:after { content: "."; display: block; clear: both; visibility: hidden; line-height: 0; height: 0; } .clearfix { display: inline-block; } html[xmlns] .clearfix { display: block; } * html .clearfix { height: 1%; } In the html for the audiobook you'll have to add the clearfix class as below. <div id="wrapperMI_0" class="clearfix wrap-MI audiobooks nolistbutton nopn"> On the div.wrap-MI class in css add: float: left; width: 48%;

Categories : HTML

created a jquery tab content changer when tab content is increasing height due to inner content its over lapping to its bottom div
This happens because the wrapper of you content tabs .tab-container has height: 300px;. Put it to min-height: 300px; and should work fine. Test: JsFiddle

Categories : Jquery

How to close tab when content is displayed in new window in JavaFX
Try calling tabPane.getTabs().remove(tab); as newConnDialog.setOnShown(new EventHandler<WindowEvent>() { @Override public void handle(WindowEvent t) { tabPane.getTabs().remove(tab); } }); I hope this helps.

Categories : Java

jQuery Animation and window resizing
Figured it out, ended up rewriting a few things $('#animation').click(function () { if (!$('h2').is(':animated')) { var myColors = ["orange", "green", "cyan", "magenta", "red"]; var myMessages = ["Of the people", "By the people", "For the people", "EAGLE!"]; $('h2').css("background-color", myColors[counter % 5]); if (counter == 5) { toTheRight = !toTheRight; counter = 0; $('#mutate').each(function (index, element) { if (element.firstChild.data == myMessages[0]) { element.firstChild.data = myMessages[1]; } else if (element.firstChild.data == myMessages[1]) { element.firstChild.data = myMessages[2]; }

Categories : Jquery

browser window width resizing with jquery
You should add this meta tag to your html's head. It should give you the effect you want for mobile devices: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

Categories : Jquery

Jquery Edit Div Content After Resizing The Div
Try this with destroy instead of disable and see if it works as you expect it to: $("#edit").click(function(){ $(".draggable").draggable("destroy"); $(".draggable").resizable("destroy"); $("div").get(0).contentEditable = "true"; });

Categories : Jquery

jQuery - Stick div to bottom of window when out of view
Try this: $(window).load(function(){ var stickyBottom = $('#stickyBottom').height(); $('#stickyBottom').css({'position':'fixed','bottom':stickyBottom}); $(window).scroll(function() $('#stickyBottom').css('bottom','0'); }); });

Categories : Jquery

show bottom right corner of div if mouse click near bottom of browser window
Have a look at Dan's answer on "How to tell if a DOM element is visible in the current viewport?". He's describing several methods to check if an element is still visible to the user. For your case this means you could check wether the div to be shown would be visible. Or in case it wouldn't: swop it top/left of the cursor position (and vis-à-vis).

Categories : Javascript

jQuery function by window resize and function after window resize without click, only resizing
You can try something like this: $("yourObjectToResize").resizable({ start: function () { $('body').hide(); }, stop: function () { $('body').show(); } });

Categories : Jquery

Window message WM_SIZING sending incessantly when window resizing
You could just process N messages before each frame.. where N is a limit you set between 1-10. That way you can process a reasonable number of events, then get onto your actual game logic. It's conceivable that Windows may just generate the 'window sizing' message continually when the queue is empty, to make sure applications are aware the window is being resized. (Maybe MS think applications might not know, maybe there's nothing else the user can do.. so MS want to hammer that single message.)

Categories : C++

How to find out the gap left between bottom of the screen and the bottom-most HTML content?
Since you didnt provide an example code, i did an example for myself: Javascript: var height = 0; var allBoxes = [].slice.call(doc.querySelectorAll('.TestKenjin')); var heightDisplay = (window.innerHeight > 0) ? window.innerHeight : screen.height; for(var i=0; i < allBoxes.length; i++) { height += allBoxes[i].clientHeight; } alert(heightDisplay-height); JS Bin: http://jsbin.com/olucas/6/edit

Categories : Javascript

bottom align divs at bottom of the window
Change your #container position to absolute. Also, make sure your container is not inside another container or element with a specified position, or the positioning will be relative to that container, and not the browser window.

Categories : CSS

Resizing GXT Window When Browser Window Resizes
You need to add the listener (actually handler -- listeners got depreciated) to the browser window. So if you have several different windows you show at different times that all need to be resized with the window, you need to have a listener for each window and add it to the browser window when the window is shown. To add a listener to the browser Window, use: com.google.gwt.user.client.Window.addResizeHandler(handler); So for example to resize ContentPanel cp: com.google.gwt.event.logical.shared.ResizeHandler handler = new ResizeHandler() { @Override public void onResize(com.google.gwt.event.logical.shared.ResizeEvent event) { cp.setWidth(event.getWidth()); cp.setHeight(event.getHeight()); } }; So then if you switch to a new view or C

Categories : Misc

To open a little pop up window on a click to display html content on ie8. Not all content is seen in the window
You could try sizeToContent(): abcd.sizeToContent(); but it's not likely to work. Modern browsers allow the user to assert complete authority over: when a new browser window gets opened what controls it will have what size it will be From MDN's FAQ about window.open How do I resize a window to fit its content? You can not reliably because the users can prevent the window from being resized by unchecking the Edit/Preferences/Advanced/Scripts & Plug-ins/Allow Scripts to/ Move or resize existing windows checkbox in Mozilla or Tools/Options.../Content tab/Enable Javascript/Advanced button/Move or resize existing windows checkbox in Firefox or by setting dom.disable_window_move_resize to true in about:config or by editing accordingly their user.js file. There's more to rea

Categories : Javascript

Align to bottom of Div while maintaining resizing for accessibility
I would suggest getting rid of the width setting on the exhibit_text. I would instead set a min-width: 380px and set width: auto. This should meant that the div will expand to contain all the content that is held within it, as well as not go any smaller than 380px wide. EDIT: I am not 100% sure what you are trying to achieve. I pasted your code into a JSFIDDLE, and at 25px font, it just wraps the text around. What exactly are you trying to achieve? The Fiddle

Categories : CSS

How to set height of content with jQuery – cut off in small window size
Subtract the footer height from the window height then apply. $(window).resize(function(){ var winheight = $(window).height(); var heightMinusFooter = winheight - jQuery("#footer").height(); $('section[role="main"]') .css({'height': heightMinusFooter+'px'}); });

Categories : Javascript

Full image is not displayed through servlet . It is not complete at bottom
You're missing finally { output.flush(); output.close(); } Actually close() calls flush() but the important part regarding your question is the missing flush of the stream. Always remember to close() your resources, or you're in for a world of hurt with resource leaks :-) Cheers,

Categories : Java

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); });

Categories : Jquery

How do i load content from a seperate .php/html file into a div with jQuery .append and window.location?
You can use .post() to load content from your php $('#about').click(function () { $('.module1').show(600); $('.content').animate({ 'width': '620' }, 600); $.post('about.php', function (data) { $('.content').append(data); }) });

Categories : PHP

how to print a document without having displayed the address at the bottom of the page in php or javascript
This is a browser setting and can't be altered using PHP/Javascript. Check your browsers printer settings to disable the header/footer text upon printing. For creating reports I suggest you have a look at the PHPExcel library.

Categories : Javascript

Display content. Bottom of the content on the home screen
Can't really see your code but maybe try adding something like this: #header{ position:fixed; top:0; left:0; z-index:10; height:50px; width:100%; text-align:center; background:rgba(255, 245, 238, 0.5); }

Categories : Javascript

I want to hide a div by resizing the window
Easy way is to use a media query: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/CSS/Media_queries For example, if you have an id of #divOne, you style the div as normal and add a separate media query as display: none; for when the window shrinks to a specified width. In this case, the div hides when the width of the window is below 600px: #divOne {display: block; height: 200px; background: #000; } @media (max-width: 600px) { #divOne { display: none; } }

Categories : Jquery

Resizing Window Vertically
Figured it out, posting the answer for others who need this functionality as well: awful.key({ modkey, "Mod1" }, "Right", function () awful.tag.incmwfact( 0.01) end), awful.key({ modkey, "Mod1" }, "Left", function () awful.tag.incmwfact(-0.01) end), awful.key({ modkey, "Mod1" }, "Down", function () awful.client.incwfact( 0.01) end), awful.key({ modkey, "Mod1" }, "Up", function () awful.client.incwfact(-0.01) end), Basically, instead of tag's incmwfact, use the client's own incwfact function. Also, this will only work in tiling layouts, in floating it will cause an error bubble.

Categories : Misc

Disable window resizing in SWT - using composite
Your code snippet is irrelevant to your question. The key word is wizard. When you create that wizard, it requires a Shell, so you can set its style bits there. A WizardDialog's constructor: public WizardDialog(Shell parentShell, IWizard newWizard) Example of shell style bits: parentShell.setShellStyle(parentShell.getShellStyle() | (~SWT.RESIZE));

Categories : Java

Moving and Resizing a Surface Window itself
The code below at least allows you to drag; It gets around the problem you are having by using screen coordinates - as using window coordinates means the point of reference is changing as the window moves. See http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/671379/How-to-drag-window-with-finger-not-mouse for more info.. static void MakeDragging(Window window) { bool isDown = false; Point position = default(Point); window.MouseDown += (sender, eventArgs) => { if (eventArgs.LeftButton != MouseButtonState.Pressed) return; isDown = true; position = window.PointToScreen(eventArgs.GetPosition(window)); }; window.MouseUp += (sender, eventArgs) => { if (eventArgs.LeftButton !=

Categories : C#

Resizing window causing problems
I guess this button is nested in some content container in HTML. Assuming this container has max-width or width set, you may add position: relative to this container' css. You need to know that your button will position in relation to first parent that has position relative or absolute.

Categories : HTML

hide control while resizing window in wpf
Window_SizeChanged? <Window x:Class="TestControls.MainWindow" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:m="clr-namespace:WFControls;assembly=WFControls" xmlns:ff="clr-namespace:WFControls.Fernfracht;assembly=WFControls" Title="MainWindow" Height="350" Width="525" SizeChanged="Window_SizeChanged"> <DockPanel> </DockPanel> </Window>

Categories : C#

Resizing Headings when Window Size Changes
You can do it with css @media operator: h1 { font-size: 30px; } @media screen and (max-device-width : 400px) { h1 { font-size:20px; } } @media screen and (min-device-width : 600px) { h1, div, etc { /* any css rules */ } } Also check useful resources: auto resize text (font size) when resizing window? http://alistapart.com/article/responsive-web-design http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-mediaqueries/

Categories : HTML

JFrame: How to disable window resizing?
Use setResizable on your JFrame yourFrame.setResizable(false); But extending JFrame is generally a bad idea.

Categories : Java

How to put limits on resizing a window in pygame
You can use the pygame.VIDEORESIZE event to check the new windows size on a resize. What you do is on the event, you check the new windows size values, correct them according to your limits and then recreate the screen object with those values. Here is a basic script: import pygame from pygame.locals import * pygame.init() screen = pygame.display.set_mode((640,480), HWSURFACE|DOUBLEBUF|RESIZABLE) while True: pygame.event.pump() event = pygame.event.wait() if event.type == QUIT: pygame.display.quit() else if event.type == VIDEORESIZE: width, height = event.size if width < 600: width = 600 if height < 400: height = 400 screen = pygame.display.set_mode((width,height), HWSURFACE|DOUBLEBUF|RESIZABLE) EDIT: Dependi

Categories : Python

WPF Expander and Window resizing after collapse?
The SizeToContent property seems to lose its value as soon as you resize the Window manually, to fix this just subscribe to the OnSizeChanged event of your Window, and reset the SizeToContent property: XAML: <Window SizeToContent="WidthAndHeight" SizeChanged="MainWindow_OnSizeChanged"> Code-Behind: private void MainWindow_OnSizeChanged(object sender, SizeChangedEventArgs e) { SizeToContent = SizeToContent.WidthAndHeight; }

Categories : Wpf

dynamic height div according to resizing window
You don't need to add "px". And you should be retrieving the window height after the resize event is triggered. $(window).resize(function(){ if($(window).height() < 600){ $('.body').height($('.body').height()-20); } }); Your logic is flawed though. With this code, the height of the '.body' will be shrunk down to 0 after enough resize events are triggered.

Categories : Javascript

Images in paintComponent only show up after resizing the window
Call setVisible only after you have built the UI... public void run() { frame = new JFrame("Simple Adventure"); frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); frame.setSize(576, 576); // frame.setResizable(false); getImage(); c = frame.getContentPane(); cards = new CardLayout(); c.setLayout(cards); gamepanel = new DrawPanel1(); gamepanel.setBackground(Color.black); c.add(gamepanel, "Panel 1"); // Lucky last... frame.setVisible(true); } Otherwise you will need to revalidate the frame

Categories : Java

Height doesn't get updated when resizing the window
Thanks to Huangism for posting the duplicate thread, it was very easy to solve my problem. The solution is to use window instead of using the html element to get the height of the window. It seems like html doesn't get always updated. function UpdateLeftBar() { // Get the height of the window and minus the header and left top elements height = $(window).height() - 85 - 56; width = $('html').width() - 300; // Set the div to the new height $('#leftContentBottom').css({ 'height': height }); $('#middleContent.span10').css({ 'width': width }); console.log(height); } $(window).resize(function () { UpdateLeftBar(); });

Categories : Jquery

Circle to stay fixed when resizing window
You can manually set the height and width of the div like: <html> <style> .circle { height: 20px; width: 20px; background: red; border-radius: 100%; } </style> <body><div class="circle"></div></body> </html>

Categories : HTML

Stop elements from shifting when resizing window
Give your main div (often your wrap div) a min-width: ...px. Like this: <div class="wrap"> <div class="header">...</div> <div class="content">...</div> </div> .wrap { width: 95%; min-width: 900px; } In the example above, the wrapper div will always be at least 900px. When the window gets resized to a smaller width, the scrollbars will appear. If the screen is bigger than 900px, the div will have a 95% width.

Categories : HTML

WPF window resizing and ActualWidth / ActualHeight values
With the following XAML the Canvas will automatically be resized when the Window size changes. <Window ...> <Frame> <Frame.Content> <Page> <Canvas> ... </Canvas> </Page> </Frame.Content> </Frame> </Window>

Categories : Wpf

HTML element not resizing when I set window.onresize
You seem to be immediately executing the resizeToScreen function. You need to provide a function reference to onresize, so that it can be called later when the window is resized. Like: window.onresize = function () { resizeToScreen(document.getElementById("box"), 50); }; You want to bind the event after the DOM is ready, like putting it inside of: window.onload = function () { // HERE }; should be fine for now, so that resizing doesn't occur before the #box element is ready. Note that instead of setting .onEVENT properties is fine, but can be overwritten, so it's somewhat suggested to use addEventListener (and attachEvent for old IE). Here's an example of that, which can hopefully seamlessly be used in both types of browsers: function addEvent(element, eventName, callback)

Categories : Javascript



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