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JQuery Mobile Radio Buttons stay selected when selecting other buttons. Using .html function
http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_forms.asp The radio button grouping is defined by the name attribute. Your buttons all have different names, so they are part of different groups. It should be something like this: <fieldset data-role='controlgroup' data-type='horizontal'> <input type='radio' name='camera' id='10000' value='10000'> <label for='10000'>test1</label> <input type='radio' name='camera' id='10001' value='10001'> <label for='10001'>Camera 2</label> <input type='radio' name='camera' id='10002' value='10002'> <label for='10002'>Camera 3</label> <input type='radio' name='camera' id='10003' value='10003'> <label for='10003'>Camera 4</label> </fieldset>

Categories : Javascript

Stoping javascript on page load
So when do you want to run the script? After the whole body is loaded? In that case you can do on body OnLoad() or even jquery document.ready These will make sure that the whole document is loaded first.

Categories : C#

JQuery one function for several buttons
A href shouldn't be empty, so you should add # to the href, and then target the anchor, find the .less element, and the next .more element would be the one to show. When clicking the .show_less button it would be the closest .more element you're going to hide : $('.show_more').on('click', function(e) { e.preventDefault(); $(this).closest('.less').next('.more').show(); }); $('.show_less').on('click', function(e) { e.preventDefault(); $(this).closest('.more').hide(); });

Categories : Jquery

jquery - slideshow buttons function
Try a simple flag based workaround like var timerFlag = false; // a flag to keep track of the click state $(document).on('click', 'ul li', function () { if(timerFlag){// if the click state is true within last 1 sec there was a click so don't do anything return } index = $(this).index(); traverseSlideShow(); clearInterval(timerJob); timerJob = setInterval(traverseSlideShow, interval); setTimeout(function(){ //after a second set the flag to false timerFlag = false; }, 1000); timerFlag = true;// set the click flag to true }); Demo: Fiddle

Categories : Jquery

Jquery - slideshow buttons function code
use setTimeout in a function where b is the id of the button to be delayed function slow_button(b) { $('#' + b).attr("disabled", true); var t = setTimeout(function(){$('#' + b).removeAttr("disabled")}, 1000); }

Categories : Jquery

backbone jquery-ui dialog buttons external function
The buttons array is interpreted when you declare your view and at that point this is set to the root object (probably window). You can demonstrate this behavior by assigning something to window.submit. For example, window.submit = function() { console.log('window submit'); } is triggered when you click on your button. See http://jsfiddle.net/nikoshr/AmRkp/ for a demo. A solution to your problem would be to use your definition as a template to build a custom array of buttons for each instance. Something like this : var MyView = Backbone.View.extend({ submit: function(event) { console.log(this, 'submit'); }, buttons: [{ 'text' : 'SUBMIT', 'click' : 'submit' }], render: function() { var mybuttons; //extract the buttons

Categories : Jquery

JQuery/javascript: Dynamic gallery's images can be used as links but not as buttons. Why?
You need to prevent the default click behavior the plugin is trying to fire. $("#monja").click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); alert('it works'); }); For more info as to how this works, check out Event Bubbling.

Categories : Javascript

to make buttons resizable according to screen sizes using jquery/javascript
Css3 has mediaqueries which allows you make screen specific styles. This is not very well supported in older IE's, that is why you always have to define an normal. The cascading effect stays in affect, you do not need to redefine properties from normal in the mediaqueries (for example, background will be green in all scenarios) /*normal*/ button{ width: 200px; background: green; } @media only screen and (max-width: 600px) { button{ width: 150px; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) { button{ width: 100px; } } This is called responsive design, the design responds to the widths. IE will do nothing, but if you are using Firefox and make the width of the browser smaller, it will hop automatically to the media styles

Categories : Javascript

HTML Form With Multiple buttons - Not calling Jquery function
You will have to wait for the DOM to get ready before binding an event to any element. All you gotta do is put your code inside a $(document).ready(function(){ $(document).on("click", "#edit", function (e) { return false; }); });

Categories : Jquery

Jquery Mobile inserting buttons trhough javascript loses Styles
After you dynamically add content you need to either call a .button() method on every button individually or call trigger('create') on a parent to enhance all newly added elements. Try change $(".iabList").html(html); to $(".iabList").html(html).trigger("create"); UPDATE: Since you inject button's markup for them in order to work you need to use event delegation to attach an event handler to the nearest static (not changing) parent element. In your case it seems to be $(".iabList"). That being said change $("[class^=iabListButton_]").click(function(){ ... }); to $(".iabList").on("click", "[class^=iabListButton_]", function(){ ... }); Read more .on() You might need to detach a handler with .off() first $(".iabList").off("click", "[class^=iabListButton_]").on("click", "[class

Categories : Jquery

jQuery or Javascript solution for radio buttons and showing/ hiding divs
I would create your basic functions that perform the show/hide routine. Then populate an array that has all the values of the radio buttons, check if the array contains the values you are looking for, and then call the proper function. I would use JQuery cookie to store what div should be shown when the user saves and comes back to the page.

Categories : Javascript

jquery function to display arrows that point to buttons with a short explanation for each
Have you seen this: http://usablica.github.io/intro.js/ You use data-step and data-intro tags and it highlights the things you want to highlight.

Categories : Jquery

Using jQuery to remove & add classes to buttons, the new class added won't work with it's click function
When you call $(".register_unselected").click() jQuery actually searches the DOM for any elements matching .register_unselected and then listens for click events on them. Since your element won't exist until after this method is called, this will have no effect. Instead, use $("body").on("click", ".register_unselected", function(){}); You could also replace body with another selector that will always contain the element changing classes. EDIT: Here's a forked CodePen: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/DqFuL

Categories : Jquery

JQuery Wrap Does not Effect because Blocked by CSS
To do what you're after I think you just need to remove .slide-slide from your jQuery() as looking through your url I don't see that element. To do it a slightly different way we can assume that because the links are being put on via jQuery they don't need to be indexed (SEO). So you could just try binding a click to the .slide-content-x, .slide-slide or parent element and change the window location? Using: http://avonmore.ac.nz/? $( '#orbit-inside' ).on( 'click', '.slide-content', function() { var url = 'http://avonmore.ac.nz/'; if ( $( this ).hasClass( '.slide-content-1700' ) ) { url += '/courses/hairdressing/'; } if ( $( this ).hasClass( '.slide-content-1702' ) ) { url += '/courses/freight-warehousing/'; } if ( url != 'http://avonmore.ac.nz/

Categories : Jquery

Call to function() blocked by CSP even after adding 'unsafe-eval'
assuming this.disp is containing the expression to be evaluated. Also disp: document.getElementById("id_of_text_input_field"). For eg. this.disp.value = '123/45*67+8-9%10'. It will also care for negative nos. For eg. '-123+3=-120`. Yay! compute: function compute() { var sign = 1; if (this.disp.value[0] == '-') sign = -1; this.disp.value = this.calculate(this.disp.value,sign); this.update(this.disp.value.length); return this.disp.value; }, calculate: function calculate(input,sign){ var opr_list = { add : '+' , sub : '-' , div : '/' , mlt : '*' , mod : '%' }; opr_list.opr = [[ [opr_list.mlt] , [opr_list.div] , [opr_list.mod]], [ [opr_list.add] , [opr_list.sub] ]]; input = input.replace(/[^0-9%^*

Categories : Node Js

Javascript framework 'blocked' in Google+ Hangout app (insecure content)
Your assumption is correct. You need to embedd this script over HTTPS. Yahoo does not offer SSL support on their CDN. Read why. You may use the google CDN: https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/yui/2.9.0/build/yahoo-dom-event/yahoo-dom-event.js

Categories : Javascript

Keep google chrome extension ContentScripts working while javascript is blocked
Just in case someone stumbles upon this: There currently is no way in keeping functions of a contentScript running while JavaScript is disabled. Probably this feature will never be implemented, but who knows. You are still able to execute some code though e.g. DOM Manipulation is still possible, hence the menu I wanted to inject was still displayed.

Categories : Javascript

jQuery blocked for site hosted from dropbox
dropbox may put blocks in place so that people don't host sites or something like that ... you could prob just pull down the file and reference it locally to make sure that in the future google api site isn't blocked in the future...

Categories : Jquery

Difference between .results function and .result function in javascript/jquery?
responseData.results is not a function. responseData is an object that has a key results, which then also has a key text which is then being added to an array and sent to a callback function, in reverse.

Categories : Javascript

JQuery AJAX request to Sinatra app blocked by CORS
I have found the answer to my problem. Initially, I was adding the header information to the Passenger web server via my sites-available/defaults file, and the Sinatra web service routes. Having set the CORS response headers in both places caused my response headers to have duplicate header information about the allowed origin, methods, etc. Once I removed the headers from the web server, and left them on the web service routes, my requests went through.

Categories : Jquery

click function call with $(this) from another function in javascript/jquery
You need to put $('.page-nav li').click(function(event){ inside document.ready and before your $('.page-nav li').click();. Because if you call .click when the DOM is not ready, there are chances that there is no event handler attached If you don't put $('.page-nav li').click(function(event){ inside document.ready OR you're dealing with dynamically created elements. You need delegated event $(document).on("click",".page-nav li",function(event){ From $.on

Categories : Javascript

Jquery ui dialog buttons click function issue and effects another dialog on the page
Another issue is that I had another dialog somewhere in the page, even that dialog is displaying these buttons... For this part, check the classes or Ids you are passing to the function. It may happen that the other div also contains those classes.

Categories : Jquery

Calling a function as a function in javascript/jQuery
If I understood everything correct: function bodyOnClick( e, optionalId ) { var nodeRef = optionalId ? document.getElementById( optionalId ) : this; if( typeof e === 'object' ) e.preventDefault(); var self = $(this); var id = nodeRef.data("id"); var url = $("#manufacturers_table").data("infourl"); var data_array = { id : id }; ajaxCall(url, data_array, "rhs_info"); } // --- $('body').on("click", ".manufacturer_details_link", bodyOnClick ); // --- bodyOnClick( 'someNodeID' ); But actually, calling bodyOnClick plain doesn't make much sense, since this would not reference any HTMLElement. So it only makes sense if you re-use the method on other event handlers, or explicitly call it like bodyOnClick.call( someNodeReference );

Categories : Javascript

How to add more Javascript buttons to multiple DIV Buttons
ID Attribute of html elements is supposed to be unique you have multiple divs with same id level1item1 so when you select div with JS or jquery the first div with the id is selected thats whay you see this behavior try to use the class attribute to assign multiple divs Samne for level1item2,level1item3,level1item4,level1item5,level1item6 ....

Categories : Javascript

how can i run broadcastreceiver without stoping?
You don't need to start/stop a BroadcastReceiver. Its not your background running service. All you need is to register or unregister it for your application. Once registered, its always ON. When some specific event occur, system notifies(broadcast) all registered applications about the event. all registered apps receives this as an Intent. Also, you can send your own broadcast. for more, see this Simple Example: in my manifest, I'm including a permission and a receiver <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" package="com.android.receivercall" android:versionCode="1" android:versionName="1.0" > <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="8" android:targetSdkVersion="10" /> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE"/>

Categories : Android

Stoping propagation in checkbox
Em.Checkbox might the rightway to go {{view Em.Checkbox checkedBinding="isChecked"}} and checkedDidChange: function(){ // alert(this.get('isChecked')); //Some stuff here }.observes('isChecked') Demo Fiddle

Categories : Jquery

My webserver service is not stoping
Check to avoid calling the function when it is null if(pro != null){ pro.stop(); } How do you start the JHHTP Client? JHHTP pro = new JHTTP(rootDir, 1234) //second one is Port because the constructor looks like this: public JHTTP(File documentRootDirectory, int port) throws IOException { //blah blah blah }

Categories : Java

calling javascript/jquery function in asp.net
Updatepanel causes a full re-instantiation of the Page’s control tree and every single control runs through its life cycle events. JQuery and WebForms do not usually play nice. I believe you may be having some issues with nesting here, but its hard to tell without seeing the whole page.

Categories : Javascript

Calling javascript function from Jquery
You need to load the script1.js file before the mywidget.js file (ie. place one before the other in the HTML). From there you should be able to call myFunction with no problems. If after this you're still having issues, you can use $.fn.myFunction() to extend jQuery's prototype. In essence by doing this you'll be adding functionality to jQuery.

Categories : Javascript

Pointer not stoping at nested if statement
If BookmarkState is a boolean property, you're missing self. (Should be self.BookmarkState == NO.) Update: In your updated example code, you're comparing a BOOL to an INT. (if (_BookmarkState != _bookmarkbtn.tag)) which needs to be addressed. You also need to update your if condition to use _BookmarkState or self.BookmarkState. Second update: You're currently checking if the _BookmarkState != _bookmarkbtn.tag but this is comparing a BOOL (YES/NO) to an INT (0/1). You should not do this. Instead, use the BOOL to determine state: if (self.BookmarkState) { // If it's YES. [_bookmarkbtn setImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"Bookmark-N.png"] forState:UIControlStateNormal]; } else { // It's NO. [_bookmarkbtn setImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"Bookmark-Y.png"] forS

Categories : Iphone

stopUpdatingLocation cannot stoping the location update in iOS?
The problem is most probably not in the other code you provided. It is possible that you intialize locationController twice, this way you leak a CLLocationManager that keeps on updating as it does not receive the stopUpdatingLocation message. You should use the debugger to figure this out. Also, placing log messages in strategic points of the code is very helpful. To avoid such double initializations, ensure that such value assignments are happening only in the init method.

Categories : Iphone

JavaScript/jQuery Pause function and then fire it again
Since you’re using jQuery already, try something like: $('#'+this.config.form).submit(function(e) { var $this = $(this); e.stopPropagation(); e.preventDefault(); //Necessary vars for the 'data' defined here $.ajax({ type:"POST", url:this.config.uploadUrl, data:data, cache: false, contentType: false, processData: false, success:function(rponse) { // do something with rponse $this.off('submit').submit(); // unbind the handler and submit } }); }

Categories : PHP

Function that works both ways JavaScript jQuery
You can easily solve that with the toggle method, but as that overload is deprecated in jQuery 1.8 and removed in jQuery 1.9, you can use a variable to make the toggle instead. (I don't know if I got the animations right for the slide back, but you get the principle.) $(document).ready(function() { var slideLeft = true; $('#scroll').click(function() { if (slideLeft) { $('#scroll').animate({left: '2%'}); $('.leftslide').animate({left: '-84%'}); $('.rightslide').animate({left: '9%'}); $('#scroll').animate({rotate: '180' }); } else { $('#scroll').animate({left: '98%'}); $('.leftslide').animate({left: '+84%'}); $('.rightslide').animate({left: '91%'}); $('#scroll').animate({rotate: '0' }); } slideLeft = !slideLeft; }); }

Categories : Javascript

Create a Javascript function from this jQuery snippet?
Not sure if this will work, but worth giving a try: $("#portfolio").waypoint(function() { for(var i=0;i<9;i++){ var j = (i*0.3)+"s"; $('.portfolio-item').eq(i).css("animation-delay",j); } $('.portfolio-item').addClass('animated fadeInUp'); }, { offset: 400});

Categories : Javascript

How to create a callback function in javascript/jquery
Try the jquery $.when jQuery API Something like this: $.when( startProcess ).done( function() { /* do something */ } );

Categories : Javascript

how to run a javascript function loaded using jquery .load
use the callback function of load() method: $(pageElement).load('pages/page' + page + '.html',function(){ $('#myCanvas').on('click',function(){alert('canvas clicked');}); }); Or use delegation, e.g: $(document.body).on('click','myCanvas', function(){ alert('canvas clicked'); });

Categories : Jquery

How to callback function(json) Javascript with Jquery?
Not sure about the exact answer to your question, but when I see this : $("#stickid").each I think this is porbably an issue. IDs are supposed to be unique in Html. So 'each' should not be needed. If you need to apply this to more than one element, use class instead: <div class="stickId"></div> <div class="stickId"></div> <script> $(".stickid").each(function(){ sticky(your_json_data); }); </script>

Categories : Jquery

Javascript/Jquery-How to check if a function returns any value at all?
A function with no return will return undefined. You can check for that. However, a return undefined in the function body will also return undefined (obviously).

Categories : Javascript

javascript function convert into jquery equivalent
Seems like a strange way to download a file. In any case, this probably works the same was as the original: if (!iframe.get(0)) { ... } ... and the id property as another poster mentions.

Categories : Javascript

JavaScript / jQuery version of PHP's serialize() function
To elaborate on what Musa said in a comment. Most modern browsers supply a JSON object. You can use object detection to see if it is available. No jQuery required even if the browser does not have it you can supply it yourself, here. Native support: SO Thread, even has some nice code examples.

Categories : PHP



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