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How to get I get leaf nodes in jstree to open their hyperlink when clicked when using jstree ui
Try This. $("#demo2").jstree().bind("select_node.jstree", function (e, data) { var href = data.rslt.obj.children("a").attr("href"); document.location.href = href; // $("#the_div").load(href); }) ;

Categories : Javascript

jsTree : how can i search with id in jsTree?
The current jstree version supports only search by node title! It works by pattern matching. There is no way you can use the search plugin to search based on the id unless you write your own!

Categories : Javascript

When clicking a file to create a jstree leaf, it create many leafs using jquery
You can use .one() $(this).one("click", function(event) { if($.trim($(this).attr("value")) == "fileButton") { var fileID = setID(); $("#treeFile").jstree("create", null, "last", {"attr" : "SpecialFile", "id" : "file_"+fileID}) } });

Categories : Jquery

How do I set up checkboxes with jsTree?
This might help you. :) $("#tree").jstree({ "plugins" : ["themes","json_data","ui","checkbox", "types"], "json_data":{ data : data }, "checkbox": { two_state: true }});

Categories : Javascript

Not Get data in jstree
Try this: Before sending data to view, serialize that. This works for me. P.s. Your category data must be tree node. [HttpGet] public string GetCatList() { IEnumerable<Category> cats = _CategoryBusiness.Select(); string myjsonmodel = new JavaScriptSerializer().Serialize(cats); return myjsonmodel; }

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

JsTree contextmenu error
I think the method you are looking for is edit. But first you have to get the node of the tree. Try to use this code below: ... "contextmenu" : { "items" : renameItem : { // The "rename" menu item label : "Rename", action : function (obj) { n = $('#marketing-category-tree').jstree(true).get_node(obj.reference); //get node $('#marketing-category-tree').jstree(true).edit(n); //puts the node into edit mode } } } ... HTH

Categories : Javascript

how to change jstree icon
after read the documentation of jstree I want to share you that there is not enough scope to use node icon for different node. I think for this you need to hack the css using jquery what you did in your code to do for all ul>li background image change. Use Firebug you can see an extra html node for set the icon field e.g. 'ins' and you have to set the icon image over there.To access the 'ins' nod you have got 'li' id to track it down using jquery selector. Hopes it will give you some help.

Categories : Javascript

Jstree get all child node
It looks like you are using the wrong method for a start. .get_checked ( context, get_all ) is part of the checkbox plugin. You want ._get_children ( node ). Docs for core of jstree1 Also, if you are using lazy loading and a node is not loaded, you will not be able to get its children in this fashion because they simply do not exist yet. That is possibly why you are seeing a difference between before and after you have expanded the node. There are various solutions to this: You could manually load the node before getting its children. Or if you are simply after the list of children and don't really need to visualize it in the jstree, you could use another ajax call to get this information independantly of the jstree.

Categories : Jquery

How to use jsTree events with AngularJS
Looking at the jstree demo, you'll want to call bind on the jstree object, not on the element (you'll be able to bind to click on the element, but this probably isn't what you want) $(element) .jstree({ "json_data" : { "data" : scope.jstree.data }, "themes" : { "theme" : "classic", "dots" : true, "icons" : true }, "plugins" : ["themes", "json_data"] }, false) .bind('select_node.jstree', function(ev,data) { console.log('clicked'); });

Categories : Angularjs

How to highlight jsTree node?
You can the jstree function selectNode; using it is triggered the function select_node.jstree binded. Code: $("#tree").jstree("select_node", "#30"); The id used as second parameter is the id attribute used to fill each node of the tree; clearly the data that you use to fill the tree must include an id attribute. Code sample: $("#tree").jstree({ "json_data": { "data": [{ "data": "pe_opensourcescanning", "attr": { "id": 77, "pId": -1 }, "children": [{ "data": "tags", "attr": { "id": 30, "pid": 0 } }, { "data": { "title": "branches"

Categories : Jquery

Jstree and angularJS using promise
After some playing with your code, I got this: http://plnkr.co/edit/JfTVNdQnaGZV01wyQHtn changes: third argument of scope.$watch to true, setting "json_data" to "json_data" :{ "data":scope.jstree.data } (looks strange, but it's quirks of jsTree)

Categories : Angularjs

jsTree contextmenu translation
There absolutely no need to alter the jstree where the context menu options are defined. You can modify the menu for your particular tree instance as shown below $("#jstreediv").jstree({ contextmenu:{ items:{ "create" : { "separator_before" : false, "separator_after" : true, "label" : "Utwórz nowy", "action" : function (obj) { this.create(obj); } }, "rename" : { "separator_before" : false, "separator_after" : false, "label" : "Zmień nazwę", "action" : function (obj) { this.rename(obj); } },

Categories : Jquery

How to hide and show JSTree?
Don't use ".empty()" to hide. ".empty" is used to remove markup from the specified selector. Use ".hide()" if you wish to hide the tree.Using ".show()" will then make it reappear. Alternatively use "addClass('hide')" to apply a class which sets the display to none of the tree container. Then if you wish to show the tree container again use "addClass("show")" which is a class with display setting set to display:block.

Categories : Javascript

jsTree opened node attributes... how to get?
data.rslt.obj contains an jquery extended version of the node that was clicked: so to retrieve the id: var id = data.rslt.obj.attr("id") I prepared a small jsfiddle which shows you this in action: http://jsfiddle.net/ak4Ed/144/

Categories : Jquery

Context menu of zero size in jsTree
In that case you must check the page with JavaScript debugger, may be FireBug or Chrome in built.. that will help you in identifying exact error, As you have solved this error, I am not suppose to re-answer, but you may call this function after the application loaded, $(function () { 2 $("#demo1").jstree({ 3 "plugins" : [ "themes", "html_data", "ui", "crrm", "contextmenu" ] 4 }); 5 }); as this is jQuery dependent in future don't forget to use this <script type="text/javascript">jQuery.noConflict();</script> as this is most important option available... to avoid conflicts..(as some functions with same name may cause conflict, but jQuery works smartly after calling this function.. I am sure this may be the only reason, as in jsfiddle it worked fine.. In

Categories : Javascript

how to setup jstree with ruby on rails
jQuery.jstree.js follows its own folder structure. Irrespective of what scripting language you're using, put all the contents of jstree under one directory. In your case app/assets/javascript/jstree. + app + assets + javascript + jstree + themes + default |__ style.css |__ jquery.jstree.js |__ jquery.jstree.min.js NOTE: The above is just a gist of how the folder structure should look like. There are other resources apart from themes directory Make sure you initialize jstree using jQuery. In the same view file(which is shown above), include these lines. <script type="text/javascript"> jQuery("#selector").jstree({ "themes" : { "theme" : "default", "icons" : false },

Categories : Javascript

Javascript JStree open nodes
$("#dataTree").jstree('open_all'); Depending on when and how you are trying to do this you may also want to refer to this fairly similar question: How do i open all nodes in jquery Jstree? Update based on clarification: If the loop itself is your problem you could try a more specific selector and see if that handles your problem. An id attribute selector should find only the li items with ids. That way your selector engine should be doing the heavy lifting and you can call var myChilds = myFavTree.find("li[id]") myChilds.each(function(){ $("#dataTree").jstree("open_node",this.id) })

Categories : Javascript

Wrapping JSTree in an Angular directive
Well on your plunker, you are getting a 404 on the jstree style sheet, put this HTML in your plunker and viola! I am referencing the CSS from the authors web site. I suggest you pull it down and put the right CSS path in there <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>jsTreeAngular</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://hqnetworks.pl/strassmayr_zpf/web/js/themes/default/style.css" /> <script type="text/javascript" src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.0.3/jquery.min.js" ></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/angular.js/1.1.5/angular.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery

Categories : Angularjs

Show the contextmenu of jstree on hover
I had to implement the same thing. Here's what I ended up doing: var $treeView = "myTreeList"; $treeView.jstree({ /* options */ }) .on('loaded.jstree', function() { $(".myTreeList a").hover( function(){ $treeView.jstree("show_contextmenu", $(this)); } ); }) I just hooked up a hover event to every anchor in the tree when the loaded event fired (don't try to use the li elements or the event on a child will fire along with all it's ancestors). You could also use "on" instead of just hover and you wouldn't need to do this in the loaded event handler but that's what worked for me.

Categories : Misc

jsTree JSON parse issue
Your script is looking for a JSON object of type json_data but the normal response is only data. See if these changes work: $(document).ready(function () { $('#btntst').click(function () { $('#mainDiv').html('wait for data'); $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: '_layouts/GridView/ApplicationPage1.aspx/getTable', contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", dataType: 'json', data: "{}", success: function (msg) { $('#jsTreeContainer').jstree({ "json_data": [msg.d], "plugins": ["themes", "json_data"] }); } , timeout: 60000 }); }); });

Categories : Jquery

Get Checked Element in JQuery JStree
Your function to get checked nodes is right, the problem is your JSON that is not well-formed; to set property on the tree, so they can't be get from the methods. You must use the property attr or no data will be set on the node, from the docs: The attr object will appear as attributes on the resulting li node. Code: $("#tree").jstree({ "json_data": { "data": [{ "data": "pe_opensourcescanning", "attr": { "id": 77, "pId": -1 }, "children": [{ "data": "tags", "attr": { "id": 30, "pid": 0 } }, { "data": { "title": "branches"

Categories : Jquery

jstree drag drop within a tree
Found a fix adding this : #jstree-marker-line { z-index: -1000 !important; } .jstree-focused.jstree-default { background-color:transparent !important; } Let's see :http://jsfiddle.net/CqDNT/

Categories : Jquery

How to programmatically remove node in jstree
Here's (a snippet of) my function, maybe this helps: .bind("remove.jstree", function(e, data) { data.rslt.obj.each(function () { $.post( "/delete", { "id" : this.id.replace("phtml_","") }, function (r) { if(!r.status) { $.jstree.refresh(data.rlbk); } } ); }); });

Categories : Jquery

How to get JStree top level checked nodes.
Just we need to change the parameter from true to false inside jstree function. $("#treename").jstree("get_checked",null,false).each (function () { alert($(this).attr("path")); });

Categories : Jquery

jsTree load nodes from custom function
It's an interesting problem, however if your target browsers are up to date browsers, excluding < IE9, this should work : var TreeHelper = function(items, limit, start) { this.items_ = items || []; this.limit = limit || 5; this.start = start || 0; } TreeHelper.prototype = { push: function(item) { this.items_.push(item); return this; } }; Object.defineProperty(TreeHelper.prototype, 'items', { get: function() { return this.items_.slice(this.start, this.limit); } }); var helper = new TreeHelper([item1, item2, item3, ...], 5, 0); ...... function_that_needs_m_Items(helper.items);

Categories : Javascript

How to modify jstree to display name of node when seleted
There is an event select_node.jstree. It fires when a node is selected. I didn't find it in the documentation (strange...). Then to find a selected node you can by class jstree-clicked. I have updated your jfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/ak4Ed/118/

Categories : Javascript

Incorrect node children when using progressive_render in jsTree
I found the same exact same issue logged here: https://code.google.com/p/jstree/issues/detail?id=940 A workaround is to make the children default to null instead of an empty array, which is a rather sad workaround, but it works.

Categories : Javascript

jsTree select checkbox independent to hierarchy
For the current master version in GitHub (2.0.0 alpha), $(function () { $('#demo1').jstree({ "checkbox": { "three_state": false }, "core": { "themes": { dots: false, icons: false } }, "plugins": ["html_data", "themes", "ui", "checkbox"] }); }); hope this helps.

Categories : Javascript

Disable google analytics when using jquery/jstree
Just do a search for ga.js and remove the call manually. You can comment it out, etc. Once JavaScript is loaded, it will remain in memory, even removing from it from the DOM, will not remove it from memory. I found this our recently. So don't let it load into memory is my point.

Categories : Javascript

Unable to save JStree state with cookies
There is a bug in jsTree cookies plugin. Plugin initialization code should unescape data read from jquery cookie plugin. To fix this, find and change following line tmp = $.cookie(s.save_opened); to tmp = unescape($.cookie(s.save_opened));

Categories : Jquery

How to get rid of the extra line on jstree's root node
It's not a very fancy solution but I did this: Get the root node. I'm not sure if its the right way but I'm doing this: var root = tree.jstree("_get_node"); Find the ins element and change its background style: root.find("ins:first").css("background-position-x", "-18px");

Categories : Javascript

Populate jsTree from external JSON file
this seems like a common issue. Anyways, make an ajax call to fetch the required json file as shown below. "json_data":{ "ajax" : { "url" : "info.json" // the URL to fetch the data. Use relative url if required } } this would definitely work! Cheers!

Categories : Jquery

How do i prevent jsTree from expanding table cell?
to prevent the table cell from expanding you need to apply a style attribute to the div containing the jstree. Now your table would look like this <div id ="overlay"><div id="population" style="overflow:auto;"> this would prevent the table cell from expanding, but provides a scroll bar if the space is insufficient.

Categories : Jquery

jQuery JSTree "uncheck node" perfomance issue
General recommendation when you need to do a lot of DOM manipulation - is to split it into few chunks using setInterval/setTimeout, so that browser will be able to handle user input and other events between your script executions. For example (rough example): var done = 0; var chunks = 4; var myInterval = setInterval(process_chunk, 1000); var $myTree = $("#myTree"); var chunkLength = myArray.length / chunks; process_chunk = function() { var arrayChunk = myArray.slice(done*chunkLength, (done + 1)*chunkLength) $.each(arrayChunk, function(key, item){ $myTree.jstree("uncheck_node", "!#"+item); }); done += 1; if (done === chunks) { myInterval.clearInterval(); } }

Categories : Javascript

Show confirm dialog before delete node of jstree
The JQuery-UI-Dialog is asynchronous; If you call it, your eventhandler does not stop execution and waits, but goes on and deletes the Node. Try the JavaScript-Dialog confirm() since this is synchronous and stops further execution until the User confirmed or declined the Dialog.

Categories : Jquery

Populating a JSTree with JSON data obtained in AJAX
I have not tested your approach before, where you supply the data parameter directly to the json_data plugin, so I won't be able to supply an answer to this scenario. However, since you are using an AJAX call to get the data, can't you supply the AJAX call to JSTree and let it handle the call on its own? Here's how I've configured the AJAX call in my code: (...) 'json_data': { 'ajax': { 'url': myURL, 'type': 'GET', 'data': function(node) { return { 'nodeId': node.attr ? node.attr("id") : '' }; } }, 'progressive_render': true, 'progressive_unload': false }, (...)

Categories : Javascript

jsTree: How to expand all nodes on first visualization and then save and restore state with 'cookies' plugin
To expand all nodes, simply use $("#treeView'").jstree("open_all"); You can include it in the initial load, like so $('#treeView').jstree( { "themes": { "theme": "default", "dots": false, "icons": false }, "plugins": ["themes", "html_data", "checkbox", "ui"] }).jstree("set_theme", "apple") .bind("loaded.jstree", function (event, data) { $(this).jstree("open_all"); }); Likewise, if you want to check all elements, use $(this).jstree("check_all"); Regarding cookies, I haven't used it, but there is a plugin named jquery.cookie.js available. I suppose it contains methods to load/save data from/to a cookie. You have to bind another event, such as .bind("change_state.jstree", function (evt, data) { ... } to capture the state-change and the init

Categories : Javascript

Enable exact multi word search for node titles with the jstree search plugin
I found the following solution: Instead of using if((a.getAttribute("title") || "").toLowerCase().indexOf(word) >= 0) I use if((a.getAttribute("title") || "").toLowerCase() === word )

Categories : Javascript

jsTree -prevent parent node from opening when creating a new node
That's the standard behaviour and looking in the codes i can't see an option for getting around it. Assuming you're using the element.jstree('create'..) command you usually want to bring up the input field right away for inputting the new folder name, and that would look weird if it didn't expand the parent. I'm not sure what your exact case is but looking in the code you have this line around 1340 in jstree 1.0-RC3 if(p.length && p.hasClass("jstree-closed")) { this.open_node(p, false, true); } Where p is parent. So basically it's opening the node if not already open. If you want to stay out of modding the jstree file itself (which you probably want to), i'd suggest a workaround where you try to remove or manipulate the .jstree-closed class of the parent element just before you

Categories : Jquery

How to make some selected items as checked on load in jstree. (selected = "selected" not working)
I found solution for my question. .bind("loaded.jstree", function (event, data) { $('li[selected=selected]').each(function () { $(this).removeClass('jstree-unchecked').addClass('jstree-checked'); }); });

Categories : Javascript



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