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How to keep the reference to the original object that invoked a jquery plug in?
You can use the event object to get the target element. var icon = $('<icon class="icon-question" data-help-text="icon here">?</i>') icon.on("click", function(){ // you can use the target of the event object alert( $(e.target).data("help-text") ) }); you can get details over here

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Jquery plugin error Object [object Object] has no method 'methodname'
Stupid mistake. I switched things. I tried it like I wanted to use a public function inside a private one. I should have noticed it. if I want to access a private function in a public function I just need to call that function without the this keyword. so it should be: this.init = function(elements) { if(elements.length !== 0) { for (var i = 0; i < elements.length; i++) { var value = elements[i]; elements[i] = addCurrencyToNumber( thousandSeperator(convertNumber(roundingOfNumber(value, config.rounding))) ); } return elements; } };

Categories : Javascript

How to pass object when calling public plugin method in Jquery
i am not a jQuery plugin pro or whatever ... anyway i make things like this happen like so <span id="test"></span> (function ($) { $.fn.ajDialogue = function (options) { var opts = $.extend({}, $.fn.ajDialogue.defaults, options); return this.each(function () { var $this = $(this); $.fn.ajDialogue.show(); }); }; $.fn.ajDialogue.show = function () { // code }; $.fn.ajDialogue.destroy = function (element) { alert(element); // 'this' is this plugin }; $.fn.ajDialogue.defaults = { width: 100, height: 100, onShow: function () { }, onDestroy: function () { } }; })(jQuery); $(window).ajDialogue.destroy($('#test')); working js fiddle example here

Categories : Jquery

jQuery+Edge Animate: Error only when called from click event: Object [object Object] has no method 'foundation'
I hadn't realized that Edge loads in a version of jQuery. Using jQuery's noConflict() fixed the problem: <script> $(document).foundation(); $.noConflict(); jQuery(document).ready(function($) { // Code that uses jQuery's $ can follow here. // This works as expected $('#myModal').foundation('reveal', 'open'); $("#myButton").click(function() { // This generates the error: //Uncaught TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method 'foundation' $('#myModal').foundation('reveal', 'open'); return false; }) }); </script>

Categories : Javascript

Chrome Extension, JQuery error "Uncaught TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method 'text'"
name is in your global scope, so it's actually conflicting with window.name. window.name silently converts its value to a string, which is where your error is coming from: > window.name = $('<a>') > window.name "[object Object]" > window.fooname = $('<a>') > window.fooname [<a>​</a>​] So to fix it, either wrap your code in an anonymous function to prevent things from leaking into the global scope: (function() { ... })(); Or use a different variable name. I would use the self-executing anonymous function.

Categories : Javascript

Trying to use a jQuery file in Wordpress, which requires noConflict, but now my Object [object Object] has no method
Wrap your functions and jQuery code in this: ;(function ($) { //Code in here })(jQuery); This assigns the $ to jQuery only. Doing this prevents conflicts with other libraries/code that also use the $. Also leading this code with a ; protects your function from unclosed scripts. I wouldn't rely on the noConflict() method. <script type="text/javascript"> ;(function ($, window, document, undefined) { //You can do it like this too //Make sure to replace all your 'jQuery' referecens to '$' //jQuery.extend({}, _self.defaults, _self.options, _self.metadata) $.extend({}, _self.defaults, _self.options, _self.metadata) })(jQuery, window, document); </script>

Categories : Javascript

Object [object Object] has no method with Rails and jQuery asset pipeline
Apparently I had a conflict on my jquery, In one of my coffeescript files, I had something like this going... jQuery -> #more code $(".time_avail").timepicker -> but when I changed it to this: jQuery -> #more code $.noConflic() jQuery(document).ready ($) -> $(".time_avail").timepicker -> It works... not sure if this is the correct way, but I'm finally able to see the times when clicking on an input field

Categories : Jquery

jquery mobile: Object [object Object] has no method 'jqmData'
if you run the following: console.log($.mobile.version); ... and check the console. Does it print out the version? Or does it say it is undefined? If it is undefined, check if you have correctly referenced jQuery and jQuery mobile libraries, something like this: <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://code.jquery.com/mobile/1.2.0/jquery.mobile-1.2.0.min.css"> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.8.2.min.js"></script> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/mobile/1.2.0/jquery.mobile-1.2.0.min.js"></script>

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jQuery zclipboard Uncaught TypeError: Object [object HTMLAnchorElement] has no method 'data'
Try this jsfiddle Add jQuery and zClip to your document. <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script> <script src="http://cdn.strategiqcommerce.com/ajax/libs/zclip/1.1.1/jquery.zclip.min.js"></script> attach zClip to the element which will become your "copy button". $(document).ready(function () { $('.copy').zclip({ path: 'http://cdn.strategiqcommerce.com/ajax/libs/zclip/1.1.1/ZeroClipboard.swf', copy: function () { return $('.macro').val(); } }); }); HTML Markup <a href="#" class="copy">Copy</a> <textarea rows=3 class="macro" placeholder="Type text that is to copied and click copy"></textarea> <textarea rows=3 placeholder="Paste copied text and check"></textarea>

Categories : Javascript

How do you pass a JQuery object in a function as a parameter for that object's method call?
You can use the .append( function(index, html) ) variant here body.append (this.showTable); then inside function showTable(){ //here this points to the body element }

Categories : Javascript

Jquery TypeError: Object [object global] has no method 'search'
You haven't defined a self variable inside the initialize method, you need to create a closure variable like var self = this; directory.views.SearchPage = Backbone.View.extend({ templateLoader: directory.utils.templateLoader, initialize: function() { this.template = _.template(this.templateLoader.get('search-page')); this.render(); var keyword = '_firstkey'; var self = this; //add self variable here $(document).ready(function (event) { self.search(event); //Uncaught TypeError: Object [object global] has no method 'search'## }) }, render: function(eventName) { $(this.el).html(this.template(this.model.toJSON())); this.listView = new directory.views.EmployeeListView({el: $('.scroll', this.el), mod

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jQuery possible to copy existing jQuery method or non DOM object for purpose of extension
It's quite difficult to figure out what you are trying to do in your code. You do realise that your variable "instance" is actually being set to the dom element id="div_2" in your example. Are you trying to get 2 instances of the same plugin or are you just trying to get the same functionality with 2 plugin names? Are you sure you are not just trying to do this? $.fn.a_copy_of_my_plugin = $.fn.myplugin; If you take your code, when you do a console.log() & are able to "see your plugin" - it is not actually a copy of anything it is just a pointer to the function you are assigning to $.fn.copy_of_my_plugin in your code above. Only when you do $('#div_2').copy_of_myplugin(); is it then running that function which tries to "create the second instance" so to speak. If you wanted to run t

Categories : Jquery

requireJS with JQuery, Masonry, & ImagesLoaded: Object [object Object] has no method 'imagesLoaded'
Try this instead: require([ 'jquery', 'jquery.masonry', 'jquery.imagesloaded', ], function($, Masonry, ImagesLoad) { // The following code worked just fine when I included it in the header of the page as-is $(function() { var $container = $('#container'); // This doesn't work $container.imagesLoaded(function() { // Neither does this $('#container').masonry({itemSelector : '.item',}); }); }); });

Categories : Jquery

Passing object reference inside of another object
Bubble.prototype.draw = function () { console.log(this.attribute) // -> works fine var req = $.ajax({ url: "someFile.php", type: "post", data: someData }), self = this; //save this object // handle response req.done(function (response, textStatus, jqXHR) { console.log(self.attribute) //access parent this }); }

Categories : Javascript

jQuery options object reference
This looks primarily like a style question. Generally I only define a variable if I need to access that same value more than once. When referencing a function you will also run into scope issues. For example in this case: var obj = { num: 2, trigger: function() { console.log(this.num); } } obj.trigger(); It will log 2 to the console because the function is bound to obj as the scope. If you do var t = obj.trigger; t(); however, you will get undefined because the default scope for a function is the window object. In ECMAScript 5 you can tell what to bind the function to like this: var t = obj.trigger.bind(obj); t(); Which will now log 2.

Categories : Javascript

get jquery plugin targeted object DOM
EDIT: this property is deprecated, thanks Matt for pointing this out. jQuery objects has a selector property so you can do something like myjQueryObj.selector

Categories : Jquery

Any way to find the jquery object index when binding event for each jquery object in an array?
You can use this $("input").on("click", function(){ var index = $(this).index(); }); This will find the index of the clicked input in relation to that of its sibling inputs. Example: <div> <input type='text'/> //index 0 <input type='text'/> //index 1 </div> <div> <input type='text'/> //index 0 </div>

Categories : Jquery

Call a method from an invoked object
On this line: instance = (Server)obj; you need to specify fully qualified name of the type Server. In the assembly you run this code, probabbly is present another type Server, so compiler tries to resolve this ambiguity, by picking local one. You need to specify, that you're going to cast to Server class of test.dll assembly or any other specific, like: NAMESPACE.TYPE_NAME

Categories : C#

Passing value and displaying it as an object - jquery
You can address properties in two ways in JS: obj.prop obj['prop'] Instead of 'prop' in the string notation above, you can put a variable, in your case fApp. function appendMaster(ele, to, fApp, sApp) { var from = $(ele).parent(); console.log(fApp); var width = $(window).width(); if (width < 640) { $(ele)[fApp](to); }; if (width > 640 && width < 966) { // Do something }; if (width > 966) { $(ele)[sApp](from); }; }

Categories : Javascript

jQuery - my function gets reference of wrong DOM object
It should be noted that .delegate() has been superseded by .on() for a few versions now. That isn't the recommended way to add new methods to jQuery objects ($()). The recommended way is $.fn.extend({ menuHover: function() { // ... } }); But that's more a nitpick. The problem, I suspect, was passing .delegate() a jQuery object as its first parameter. The documentation of .delegate() specifies that the first parameter shall be (signature 1) a string, (signature 2) a string, or (signature 3) a string - what likely happened was jQuery threw up its hands at the non-string and just applied the handler to $(document). This matches what happens when I use $(document).on() without a selector. The other possible explanation (revealed during testing) is that using object (a.k.a. everyt

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jQuery validate returns: Object [object Object] has no method 'validate'
If js says the method doesn't exist and you know it does, you are probably calling it prior to it getting loaded. Make sure you are loading the js files BEFORE you try to execute .validate. You haven't posted enough code (at least not all in context) to see when and how you are loading each.

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error calling the object from jquery plugin
You should use .find() method as your selector is invalid: $(self.elem).find('dd').hide(); When you use $(self.elem + ' dd') you basically want: $($(self.elem).selector + ' dd') but this is just wrong as you wrap twice element in jquery object and BTW, selector property of jquery object is deprecated. So simplest solution here is to search for descendants of self.element, you can then use .find() method or other method as .children() for direct descendants.

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turn jQuery object/code into a plugin
Don't have the time to go to into depth on this right now but my favorite boilerplate for plugin creation is Stefan Gabos's Good comments and pretty easy to follow. Hope that helps. I'll check back later when I have more time but hopefully this is helpful for now.

Categories : Javascript

Passing a jQuery object in event delegation
You cannot pass a element through that function like that, it has to be the string selector. $(document).on("keyup blur", selector_2_id, function() { // DO SOMETHING }); Won't work, in-fact the keyup and blur will be triggered every single time on the document rather than the selector If you have the element in a variable there is no need to do this because you have a reference to the element anyway you only use this if the element can be added any time and you don't have a reference to it. So selector_2_id.on('keyup blur', function() { // DO SOMETHING }); Should work perfectly. Deeper look A selector string to filter the descendants of the selected elements that trigger the event. If the selector is null or omitted, the event is always triggered when it reaches the

Categories : Javascript

How to translate with JQuery using id in the window and translations from an object?
Seems like a strange way to do it, I would just use one object with keys, and not multiple objects, like so : var translation = { 1234: 'text1234', 3232: 'text2332', 3278: 'text3278' }; $('th').text(function(_,txt){ return translation[parseInt(txt,10)]; }); FIDDLE Otherwise you'll have to do a lot of slow iterating : var translation = [ {1234: 'text1234'}, {3232: 'text2332'}, {3278: 'text3278'} ]; $('th').text(function(_,txt){ var key = parseInt(txt,10); $.each(translation, function(_, obj) { if ( key in obj) txt = obj[key]; }); return txt; });

Categories : Jquery

jQuery cookie plugin read JSON Object
JSON and JavaScript don't support "associative" Arrays1. Their equivalent is an Object. <?php echo json_encode(array(id => 'foo', id2 => 'bar')); ?> { "id": "foo", "id2": "bar" } Their Arrays are sorted collections with indexes from 0 to length - 1 and can be generated from a non-associative array. <?php echo json_encode(array('foo', 'bar')); ?> [ "foo", "bar" ] Note: JavaScript Arrays can be given non-numeric keys after they've been instantiated, though such keys will not be counted in the length. Beyond that distinction: to treat the cookie as either an Object or Array, you'll need to parse it with either JSON.parse() or $.parseJSON(). var test = JSON.parse($.cookie('xxx')); console.log(test.id); console.log(test.id2);

Categories : Javascript

Access jQuery Object From Plugin's Secondary Function
The standard plugin pattern is something like this: (function ($) { $.fn.myPlugin = function (options) { var settings = { // settings }; return this.each(function (i, elem) { //do stuff }); }; })(jQuery); To extend that for secondary functions and maintain a reference to the selected jQuery object, just capture a reference to it in the .each() iterator: (function ($) { $.fn.myPlugin = function (options) { var settings = { // settings }, self = null, selectedDOMElements = [], mySecondaryFunction = function () { var i = 0; //do more stuff self.css('display', 'inline-block'); //original jQuery object for (i = 0; i , selecte

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Error : An object reference is required for the non-static field, method, or property 'Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey.SetValue(string, object)'
You have created an instance of RegistryKey class. So its not a static class, but you are trying to use the class as it being a static class. Just use its object(registryKey) that you have initialized earlier and it will be fine. Therefore, replace RegistryKey.SetValue("EmailID", eid);//Error at this Line with registryKey.SetValue("EmailID", eid); From MSDN: You can define a class as static if you want to guarantee that it can't be instantiated, can't derive from or serve as the base for another type, and can contain only static members. Because you can't create an instance of a static class, you can't use the new keyword to create a variable of the class type. You must access the members of a static class by using the class name itself. For example, if you have a static

Categories : C#

Need Help Passing a Complex Object to ServiceStack with jQuery AJAX
SerivceStack is expecting you to send your complex type formatted in JSV not JSON. You can either format the request in JSV instead of JSON with something like JSV.js from the ServiceStack project or implement your own Request Binder to deserialize the JSON. public override void Configure(Container container) { RequestBinders.Add(typeof (SearchUpFors), (IHttpRequest httpReq) => { var filter = JsonSerializer.DeserializeFromString<Filter>(httpReq.QueryString.Get("Filter")); return new SearchUpFors {Filter = filter}; }); }

Categories : Ajax

How to force angular to use jqlite or manually reference the jquery object
From the docs: Does Angular use the jQuery library? Yes, Angular can use jQuery if it's present in your app when the application is being bootstrapped. If jQuery is not present in your script path, Angular falls back to its own implementation of the subset of jQuery that we call jQLite. Try to change the position in which you import the scripts: new jquery angular older jquery I am not sure it would work, but from my understanding Angular should use the already present jQuery.

Categories : Javascript

WordPress jQuery Uncaught TypeError: Property '$' of object [object Object] is not a function
By default WordPress' jQuery runs in no conflict mode. Replace $ with jQuery in your code and it should work. http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.noConflict/

Categories : Jquery

Turn object instance that uses $.extend into proper jquery plugin
Solution 1 : jQuery Widget Factory see http://jqueryui.com/widget/ Solution 2 : (function($) { $.fn.testFunction = function() { console.log('test'); }; })(jQuery); $(document).ready(function() { $('#test').testFunction(); }); http://jsfiddle.net/jSwhN/ I personaly use the Widget Factory but the solution 2 is convenient.

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Is the practice of passing parent object as reference for parent object interaction Evil?
This is actually a decent way of de-coupling classes from each other - what you've written looks a lot like the visitor pattern. Your example as written doesn't have much of a memory impact at all, because SomethingService doesn't hold onto ManagerParentClass except for the length of that method. If we were to assume instead that SomethingService would save such an instance during construction or regular methods, then it's slightly more complicated. Having SomethingService hold a reference to ManagerParentClass means that ManagerParentClass is going to be held in reference 1) as long as SomethingService is held in memory through some chain of references that lead back to a GC root and 2) as long as SomethingService maintains its reference to MPC. If SS were to release its reference (nu

Categories : C#

Passing arguments to jQuery event handler while creating an object
The extra closure provided by the anonymous function is a necessary step — unless you can be certain of ECMAscript 5 support (IE8 and below don't), in which case you can use the bind method: jQuery('<a/>', { click: foo.bind(this, arg1, arg2) }) You can still use this method in IE8 and below if you're willing to include the Underscore micro-library, which contains a shim for bind: jQuery('<a/>', { click: _.bind(foo, this, arg1, arg2) }) If you can't do either of these, then you're out of luck!

Categories : Jquery

passing form object and a variable at the same time in jquery post
Yes, you can pass multiple values. You just need to name each one: var review=$('#review').val(); var post_url="url.com"; $.post(post_url, { 'review': review, 'registrationForm' : $('#registration_form').serialize() }, function(returned_form) { $('#show_items').html(returned_form); } );

Categories : Javascript

Start jQuery "countTo" function after object appears in window
You could give it a try with jQuery Waypoints I'm doing something similar, maybe this will get you started in the right direction: $('figure.infographic').each(function(i, el){ $.waypoints('refresh'); function animateNumber(){ numEl.countTo({ speed: 800 }); } $(this).waypoint(function(direction) { if (direction === 'down') { animateNumber(); } }, { offset: 'bottom-in-view' }).waypoint(function(direction) { if (direction === 'up') { animateNumber(); } }, { offset: 0 }); });

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What are the consequences of passing an object to a method within the same object?
Not at all. It's perfectly legit. RingBuffer is a class that is part of SeriarPortManager... but it needs to know which SerialPortManager to use to clear the proper buffer.

Categories : C#

Struts 2.3.1.5 and Jquery Plugin v3.6 - trying to iterate data returned from JSON with nested object
Since Goods is not in the root of the object returned, you should use the right path in the notation, like gridModel="sales[0].goods" . Refer to this amazing answer for more details on how to traverse JSON objects. Edit: the JSON you posted here seems malformed, but it's probably just a copy & paste issue; however, try with an hardcoded index; if it works, you should get, IF POSSIBLE, the index of the row to pass through OGNL, since you are not inside an iterator, but inside a custom tag :/ But looking at the official Showcase's source code, it is done in a completely different way: two different URLs pointing to two different Actions for the Grid and the subGrid. I think that is the way it is meant to be used. Browse the repository to find the Actions too if you need to check the

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jQuery error, Property '$' of object [object Object] is not a function
Two possible problems: You have not importet JQuery before your script on this page You have imported another js library that overwrites your JQuerys $ In case 1, just import it, in case 2, you can replace the $ you want to be JQuery $ with jQuery, and maybe use noConflicts, see: http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.noConflict/

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passing object by reference in C++
Passing by reference in the above case is just an alias for the actual object. You'll be referring to the actual object just with a different name. There are many advantages which references offer compared to pointer references.

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