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jQuery UI: resize objects when content is zoomed via CSS
I faced a similar problem but have come up with this solution using the location of the mouse coupled with current zoom. In this example I am assuming that you have a variable called current_zoom which gives the current zoom as a float, and a variable called maintainAspectRatio which signifies whether the element is to maintain its aspect ratio. This code only supports resizing using the south and east handles. You would need to extend the code if you were to use any additional ones. For instance, I have also implemented the code for the south-east handle. However, I have left it out in order to present the bare minimum: $('.box').resizable({ ... resize: function(event, ui) { var $element = ui.element; // Gets the axis that the user is dragging. var axis = $elem

Categories : Jquery

Automaticaly Resize and adding of scrollbars based on inner content
I would take this aproach for example: $(function () { $("#details-dialog").dialog({ autoOpen: false, height: "auto", minWidth: 500,//optional modal: true, buttons: { "Close Window": function () { $(this).dialog("close"); } }, open: function () { $('#tabs1').tabs(); if ($(this).parent().height() > $(window).height()) { $(this).height($(window).height() * 0.8); } $(this).dialog({ position: "center" }); }, close: function () {}

Categories : Jquery

Fancybox for Wordpress - dynamically resize width based on content
You have several handlers to flip from one pop-up to another like $("#popup4-BA").slideDown("slow"); Try adding the fancybox (v1.3.4) method $.fancybox.resize() after completing the animation like $("#popup4-BA").slideDown("slow", function(){ $.fancybox.resize(); }); ... you may need to do this in every handler. Some Notes: you first pop-up has a fixed width so you may need to try removing it and set the css width property to auto. since you are using fancybox v1.3.4 with inline content, you need to be aware of this BUG and workaround.

Categories : Wordpress

jquery Set height of containers dynamically based on content, but then resize smaller again
This was so simple it's embarrassing. All I had to do was reset the heights of the elements to zero at the start of the function. $('#accountSubtype').change(function(){ $('#resultsTable').slideDown(); $('#importantInfo').fadeIn(); $('.table-main-2 .cell p').css('height','0px'); var $highest = null; var $hi = 0; $(".table-main-2 .cell").each(function(){ var h = $(this).height(); if(h > $hi){ $hi = h; $highest = $(this); } }); //Close the function //highest now contains the div with the highest so lets highlight it $('.table-main-2 .cell').css("height", $hi); });

Categories : Javascript

HTML resize height based on width without using $(window).resize()
This is function I wrote to do something similar. I wanted to make my side bar div that same height as my main content div. It may or may not help. function resetEqualHeight() { $(document).ready(function(){ var sideHeight, mainHeight, maxHeight; var sidebar = $("#sidebar"); var main = $("#main"); sideHeight = parseFloat(sidebar.css("height")); mainHeight = parseFloat(main.css("height")); if (sideHeight != mainHeight) { if (sideHeight < mainHeight) { maxHeight = mainHeight; } else { maxHeight = sideHeight; } maxHeight += 25; main.css("height", maxHeight); sidebar.css("height", maxHeight); } });

Categories : Jquery

iFrame resize to content on page resize.
This project on Github does what your after. https://github.com/davidjbradshaw/iframe-resizer Without seeing your code I expect the issue is your using scrollHeight rather than offsetHeight.

Categories : Jquery

Core data, search for objects based on objects own property
Yes, it is possible. eg: NSDate * yesterday = [NSDate dateWithTimeIntervalSinceNow:-(60 * 60 * 24)]; NSPredicate * predicate = [[NSPredicate alloc] initWithFormat:@"dateCreated > %@", yesterday]; NSFetchRequest * fetchRequest = [[NSFetchRequest alloc] init]; [fetchRequest setPredicate:predicate]; NSError * error = nil; NSArray * results = [managedObjectContext executeFetchRequest:fetchRequest error:&error]; Here is more info on writing predicates: http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/#DOCUMENTATION/Cocoa/Conceptual/Predicates/Articles/pCreating.html

Categories : IOS

Center and resize content
Alright I believe this is what you were wanting to accomplish. Code is below with descriptions in the comment blocks. In chrome you'll be using the -webkit-line-clamp property, in firefox you'll be using the fadeout method since firefox doesn't support the clamp property. You can adjust the fadeout in the css to your liking. The "..." at the cutoff point will also still be present in firefox (see the .clamp:after property in the css). Here is the updated jsFiddle HTML (To see the changes, just remove the text until one line is shown in the div) <div id="textparent"> <div id="text"> {{content}} adkf kfjg; ;akdfg fbfbf egdf hajkh kajfhdg lakjfg kafd gjkahf jahfkjadlfh alkgj akjdhg fkafg </div> </div> CSS Note: -webkit-line-clamp:3;

Categories : Javascript

How to put div under content when resize window?
This effect is called responsive web design which uses media queries to target specific device sizes. You can learn more about how to use and work with media queries by watching these intro videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPmb7xHCLO0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_fhyXUH_To Also, here is a great article that can save you a lot of time and frustration: http://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/media-queries-for-standard-devices/

Categories : Javascript

div content squeezed when I resize the windows
Try overflow .yourdiv { overflow:hidden; } and/or specify a minimum height. .yourdiv { overflow:hidden; min-height: 200px; } and you can do the same thing with the width if needed.

Categories : HTML

move content to a different div on page resize
Use the window resize event: $(window).on('resize'), function() { if ($(window).width()<768) { // move the element } else { // move it back }; }).trigger('resize'); // force it to run on load However, you can probably solve this with pure CSS if you rethink your HTML layout a little.

Categories : Jquery

resize a div element according to its content without jscript
I think this is what you're going for. Not sure but this is what I got. http://jsfiddle.net/gulfarazyasin/BQfN3/ div#container { border: 1px solid black; height: 250px; width: 300px; overflow: auto; white-space: nowrap; } div#container div#divTexto { border: 1px solid blue; height: 200px; display: inline-block; margin: 0 20px; } div#red { border: 1px solid red; margin: 10px; display: inline-block; } Add/Remove #divTexto to see the desired effect

Categories : HTML

HTML Prevent moving objects (div's) on window resize
Try wrapping the items you dont want resized into a div let call it "wrapper". Then set the min-width on "wrapper" to lets say 510px. anything inside of this div container should not be changed. Also, try to keep the html markup in lowercase. :) <!DOCTYPE HTML> <html> <head> <style> body {font-family:'Arial'; font-size:90%} html, body {height:100%; margin:0; padding:0} #panel {background:black; color:white; width:186px; height: calc(100% - 75px); float:left} #content {height: calc(100% - 75px)} #spacer {background:black; font-size:400%; color:white ; height:75px} #calcFrame {height: calc(100% - 3px); width: calc(100% - 186px); margin:0; padding:0} #wrapper {min-width: 510px;}

Categories : HTML

Webpage content cramped on window resize
Try min-width, like this: body { min-width: 1000px; } This will add horizontal scroll bars to the browser once you resize the body of the page below 1000 pixels wide. Here is the documentation for CSS min-width property

Categories : C#

ImageMagick - PDF resize without stretching interior content
You can use our free cpdf tool: Coherent PDF Command Line Tools Community Release First, change the size of the pages: cpdf -mediabox "0 0 8.5in 11in" in.pdf -o out.pdf Then, shift the contents rightward and upward by half the difference in size: cpdf -shift "0.115in 0.0515in" out.pdf -o out2.pdf Or, all together: cpdf in.pdf -mediabox "0 0 8.5in 11in" AND -shift "0.115in 0.0515in" -o out.pdf

Categories : Pdf

Drupal Views based on filtering taxonomies based on available content
Drupal facet search https://drupal.org/project/facetapi will give you the required functionality. A quick search on google for 'faceted search drupal' will give you lots of tutorials on how to set it up, one of which being: http://envisioninteractive.com/drupal/drupal-7-views-with-faceted-filters-without-apachesolr/

Categories : Drupal

resize based on screen size?
You could try this: $("#canvas").css('width', 70 + '%'); $("#canvas").css('height', 100 + '%'); $("#toolbox").css('width', 30 + '%'); $("#toolbox").css('height', 100 + '%'); copy it into the initialize function of your javascript code, if you think it is necessary you can add a 'resize' event handler for the window $(window).resize(function() { $("#canvas").css('width', 70 + '%'); $("#canvas").css('height', 100 + '%'); $("#toolbox").css('width', 30 + '%'); $("#toolbox").css('height', 100 + '%'); }); where '#canvas' and '#toolbox' are the ids of your canvas and toolbox/pane respectively. I hope it helps.

Categories : Javascript

jQuery resize content DIV to place footer DIV directly below
http://jsfiddle.net/wC94k/1/ Assign from some obvious styling issues and a bit more grace in the dynamics of the footer moving I think this maybe what you want and set you on the right path. This is the biggest chunk of new code I added to your existing code wrapperHeight = $('#wrapper').height(); itemHeight = $('div#'+$(this).attr('href').replace('#', '')).height(); newHeight = (wrapperHeight - itemHeight) * -1; $('#wrapper').css('margin-bottom', newHeight+'px');

Categories : Jquery

Bootstrap 3 "navbar-fixed-top" overlaps content on resize
I ended up using jQuery to check and reset things on device or browser based changes: //window sizing and responsive adjustments for devices function ss_adjust_body_padding(){ var nav_height = $('#ss_fixed_nav').height(); $("body").css({ paddingTop: nav_height }); } symbiostock_adjust_body_padding(); $(window).on('resize', function () { ss_adjust_body_padding(); });

Categories : CSS

JSPlumb: Resize HTML5 Canvas depending on Content
JSPlumb is not using the canvas, as far as I know, it's using SVG or VML on old IE browser. This problably means that you can resize the SVG object via the appropriate width & height property, but AFAIK, this is not automatic.

Categories : Javascript

Can Colorbox auto resize based on text?
ok - here is a redesigned answer jQuery code for a colorbox that automatically resizes based on jQueryui accordion content: $(function () { $("#accordion").accordion({ heightStyle: 'content', collapsible: true, active: false, activate: function( event, ui ) { $.colorbox.resize(); } }); }); $(".inline").colorbox({ inline: true, innerWidth: '90%', scrolling: false }); And the associated Fiddle

Categories : Jquery

CSS percentage width resize based on window
If I am reading this correctly, the main issue here is that it can potentially become too small based on where the code is located. So why not just add a min-width property with !important? That way you can still base the size off of the parent container, but be sure that it doesn't get too small and ugly. Potentially, you could even have a script to base the width off of the parent div and the min-width off of the screen size.

Categories : CSS

Sort the file content based on the content
string[] lines = File.ReadAllLines(@"C: empyourFile.txt"); var sotedLines = lines.Skip(1) .Take(lines.Length - 2) .OrderBy(getKeyFromLine) .ToArray(); sortedLines.ForEach(Console.WriteLine); Now if your columns are separated by space, use next getKeyFromLine implementation: Func<string, int> getKeyFromLine = line => int.Parse(line.Split(' ')[30]); If it's simply the 30 - 35 one-based indexing digits in a line, then use Func<string, int> getKeyFromLine = line => int.Parse(line.Substring(29, 5));

Categories : C#

Resize JFrame and Components Based On Computer Resoultion
As usual in this situation the key is using the right combination of layout managers for your containers. You're probably using NetBeans generated code (something I recommend you avoid until you are very comfortable with Swing coding), and it's probably having you use GroupLayout, a fine layout, but one that might not behave as well as you'd like on resizing components. I suggest that you go through the layout manager tutorial and try to nest JPanel containers and play with different layouts that re-size well such as GridLayout, GridBagLayout and BorderLayout to try to create the best layout that can re-size well.

Categories : Java

Google maps set different zoom based on window resize
Construct the area you want to always be in view by creating a LatLngBounds and call map.fitBounds() as suggested by geocodezip.

Categories : Javascript

Resize Contents of TableViewCell based on Data pulled from API
heightForRowAtIndexPath expects you to return a float value.. i.e. the height for the cell. That's the exception being raised. To figure out how much vertical space a string occupies, you can use this method: CGSize size = [feedLocal.headline sizeWithFont:FONT forWidth:WIDTH lineBreakMode:NSLineBreakByWordWrapping]; return size.height + SOME_PADDING; You'll need to experiment with what width and padding looks good. You have some other variables that you mention in the question, but generally, this is what you'll need to do.

Categories : IOS

how to resize grid tiles based on window size within a range
so i've taken a look at the site and off the top of my head - I do not know of any plugins / libraries that accomplish specifically that effect. is there a particular benefit you gain or specific requirement to achieving this effect with jQuery? if not i would strongly recommend the css3 responsive design approach utilizing media queries. check out this fiddle for a quick example of what i was able to do with a small amount of just html and css .icon { background:#ccc; float:left; } .icon img { width:100%; height:auto; } @media screen and (min-width:960px) { .icon{ width:20%; } } @media screen and (min-width:768px) and (max-width:959px) { .icon{ width:25%; } } @media screen and (min-width:480px) and (max-width:767px) { .icon{

Categories : Javascript

Is there any premade function to help resize controls based on their parent control?
You've not gone into a huge amount of detail in your question, but you can Anchor controls in WinForms which will cause them to automatically resize as the size of the parent changes. Alternatively you could also use Dock.Fill which will tell your control to fill it's parent container and will resize in a similar way to anchoring.

Categories : C#

jquery resize following div or container div and replace span class based on click
I got it working. Very inelegant but it works. I made a few updates but here is the main thing I needed to change. Must be a better way to do it but I couldn't figure it out. from: $(this).next('div.body').slideToggle(); To: $(this).parent().parent().parent().parent().parent().parent().find('div.portletBody').slideToggle(); Here is the updated jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/djlerman/FV79X/3/

Categories : Jquery

jquery append
2) Jquery has a .before() function for inserting before elements: http://api.jquery.com/before/ sidebar = "<p>This is the sidebar</p>" $("#content").before(sidebar) 3) PHP will be executed by an AJAX request (which jQuery makes easy) function reloadPage(width) { var script width = parseInt(width) if(width < 1024) return else if(width < 1440) script = 'narrowpage.php' else script = 'widepage.php' $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: script, data: {}, success: function (response) { //check to make sure data is OK $('#content').before(response) }, error: function (ts) { alert("Uh Oh! AJAX failed!") } }) } You may have a scope issue

Categories : PHP

Resize a Div Based on Height but Retain Aspect Ratio (almost got it) Strange Reload bug
Good thought using an image and height: 100%. That definitely will get the box to the same aspect ratio as the image, but doesn't reflow the box on window resize for whatever reason. Here's a demo with slightly cleaner CSS and the Javascript hack to fix the reflowing on window resize. Full Page Demo Code In the demo, I use a 16px by 9px data uri image to set the aspect ratio, preventing a needless HTTP request. If you need a different ratio image, use this site to convert your image to a data uri: http://dataurl.net/#dataurlmaker I managed to solve the reflowing issue with very basic jQuery. On $(window).resize(), I toggle a class on the body that makes the ratio images go from text-align: left to text-align: justify which tricks the browser into reflowing the box. Browser Suppor

Categories : CSS

2 Dojo Dijit Content Panes Side by Side - When Showing/Hiding one, the other will not resize dynamically
Use a dijit/layout/BorderContainer, place the 2 contentpanes inside it, setting one of the 2 containers' region property to "center" and the other one to "right". When you want to resize one of the contentpanes, call their "resize" method with an object containing the "w" property. After calling resize on the contentpane, call "layout" on the border container. Example : require([ "dijit/layout/BorderContainer", "dijit/layout/ContentPane", "dijit/form/Button", "dojo/domReady!" ], function(BorderContainer, ContentPane, Button){ var container = new BorderContainer({ design : "headline", gutters : false }, "container"); var pane1 = new ContentPane({ region : "center", id : "pane1" }); var pane2 = new ContentPane({ region

Categories : Misc

Resize content frame in webView without modifying UIWebView frame?
The UIScrollView property is available for UIWebView starting in iOS 5. You can use that to resize your view by implementing the webViewDidFinishLoad: message in your delegate, like this: -(void)webViewDidFinishLoad:(UIWebView *)webView { CGRect newBounds = webView.bounds; newBounds.size.height = webView.scrollView.contentSize.height; webView.bounds = newBounds; } Or [self.webView stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString: [NSString stringWithFormat: @"document.querySelector('meta[name=viewport]').setAttribute('content', 'width=%d;', false); ", (int)self.webView.frame.size.width]];

Categories : Iphone

resize div width down based on the amount of data contained within repeater and up to a max-width
Try setting the width to auto in the css: div.SelectedStudents { background-color: lightyellow; font-family: verdana, tahoma, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11px; border:solid 1px black; max-width:450px; text-align: left; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; padding: 5px; line-height:1.5em; width: auto; } if it does not work set the width of all the other containers inside the div to auto as well.

Categories : Asp Net

Sorting objects based on condition
This should do the trick: temp_array = @products.group_by(&:name) @filtered_products = temp_array.map do |name, products| products.sort{ |p1, p2| p2.revision <=> p1.revision }.first end Don't hesitate to ask details if you need ;)

Categories : Ruby On Rails

compareTo based on two values of objects
You need to create different comparators by implementing Comparator interface. Depending on the sort param you need to use the appropriate comparator class in Collections.sort method.

Categories : Java

How Do I Set Content-Type for Objects On Rackspace Cloud Files?
Solved it! The problem was that it's not Metadata and that BlobBuilder.PayloadBlobBuilder has a method called contentType where you can set the String value. Blob blob = storage.blobBuilder(file.getName()) .payload(file).contentType(content_type).build(); storage.putBlob(container, blob);

Categories : Java

How to set content-length while returning user defined objects
I guess the Content-Length header should be automatically included. In my case using RestEasy (not Jersey) it is. Can you confirm that the header is not included, e.g. using curl or Firebug? Finally, just to be 100% sure: Content-Length is the length of the HTTP content (the body, see here), not the size of the list, as returned by List.size().

Categories : Java

Expand div based on content using CSS?
Did you try #main { min-height: 950px; }? I updated your jsFiddle (http://jsfiddle.net/Bz6Ja/1/) with a different height and added some content so you can see that a scroll bar appears on the side. You'll probably want to add a margin to the bottom of #main that is the same height as your fixed footer.

Categories : HTML

How to resize image automatically on browser width resize but keep same height?
You should learn about the Media queries for CSS. The site you referring to is using the same. The site is basically using the different CSS everytime the browser window size is changining. Here's the link for samples http://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/

Categories : HTML



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