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jQuery UI Resizable - Multiple DIVs Resizing Pushing Other DIVs Around
Your box in motion will need to be absolute. You can either add a class, which I recommend, on the start:function(){} or add css properties. You will also need to add a z-index value to make your box sit ontop of the other boxes. http://jsfiddle.net/Th75t/7/ start:function(event,ui){ ui.element.css('position','absolute'); } BETTER start:function(event,ui){ ui.element.addClass('active'); }

Categories : Jquery

How do I load HTML content from divs on one page into multiple divs on another page with JQuery?
What you are doing is almost right. Just a little tweak to your code would do the job. I think you should do the following $.ajax({ url: 'somepage.html', dataType: 'html', success: function(data) { $('#middle').html($(data).find('#middle').html()); //adding #middle to #middle $('.center').html($(data).find('.center').html()); // adding .center to .center $('.inner').html($(data).find('.inner').html()); // adding .inner to .inner } I am assuming there are three different elements namely #middle, .center and .inner on both the pages. Update The following line will replace every thing inside .inner (which is inside .center which is inside #middle) with everything that is inside .inner (which is inside .center which is inside #middle) from the requested data. $('

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How to send files and data from form with multiple divs and multiple dynamic elements as shown below?
Maybe this way will be better $(document).ready(function() { // submitting $('#upload-form').on('submit', function() { // get values var answer = $("#album_name").val(); // if empty if(answer == '') { alert('write album name'); } else { // ajax $.ajax({ url: $(this).attr('action'), // path for submit (upload.php) type: $(this).attr('method'), // here is post data: $(this).serialize(), // put all values into $_POST success: function(html) { // I get answer from upload.php alert(html); } }); } return false; // for not submitting the form }); });

Categories : PHP

Multiple divs with same name
It's not name, it's id which have to be unique ;) Instead of using id you can use class attribute for every div you want to and then use it in jQuery like this: $('.ratyClass')

Categories : Javascript

Use multiple IDs for divs in CSS
You have to put #box-left a, #box-middle a, #box-right a { text-decoration:none; color:#000000; } Each value on the comma separator list is a selector on its own, it is not combined with the next elements: #foo, .class p, #bar p:first-child a { something; } is equivalent to #foo { something; } .class p { something; } #bar p:first-child a { something; }

Categories : CSS

CSS nth Query With Multiple Divs
I think you can get the result you desire just by changing your CSS selectors to take into account the hidden alternating elements: div.tables:nth-child(6n+8) { clear: both; background-color:red; } div.charts:nth-child(6n+7) { clear: both; background-color:green; } http://jsfiddle.net/mblase75/gyjJU/5/

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Multiple divs in absolute
First of all id's must be unique in your html so change #work to .work then try giving it a relative position and aligning your description to the bottom. .work{ position: relative; } .worktitle { position: absolute; bottom: 0; }

Categories : CSS

How to align multiple divs in another?
It looks much more like a table than divisions to me... <table class="header"><tr> <td class="left"></td> <td class="center"> <img class="logo" src="linktomyimage.com/image.png" /> </td> <td class="right"></td> </tr></table> Think about so CSS afterwards : table.header{ width: 100%; border-collapse: collapse; } table.header td{ vertical-align: top; border: 1px solid #404040; } table.header td.center{ width: 800px; height: 600px; } This is just a code sample, get the idea, and adapt to your own needs ^^

Categories : CSS

Appending multiple divs
used class="ball" as id should be unique, but you get the point, how to create 100 div $(document).ready(function () { var $newdiv; for (var i = 0; i < 100; i++) { $newdiv = $('<div class="ball" />').text(i); $('body').append($newdiv); } }); Demo ---> http://jsfiddle.net/Uq2ap/

Categories : Jquery

Get .attr() with multiple divs
Try this: //Create an empty array var dataArr = []; // Loop through all the div's $(".foo").each(function (index) { // Push the data into the array dataArr.push($(this).attr("data")); }); // open console to see the array console.log(dataArr);

Categories : Javascript

Fading multiple divs on scroll
Example on jsFiddle // http://stackoverflow.com/a/488073/340760 function isScrolledIntoView(elem) { var docViewTop = $(window).scrollTop(); var docViewBottom = docViewTop + $(window).height(); var elemTop = $(elem).offset().top; var elemBottom = elemTop + $(elem).height(); return ((elemBottom <= docViewBottom) && (elemTop >= docViewTop)); } // when you scroll the div $(".list").scroll(function(e) { var $list = $(this); // apply logic only to visible elements $list.find("div") .filter(function(i, d) { return isScrolledIntoView(d); }) .each(function() { var eTop = $(this).offset().top; var center = $list.height() / 2; // if the element is in the center it is 100%

Categories : Javascript

Twitter bootstrap multiple divs on one row
I dont know bootstrap; but it seems you missed a float:left on .row-fluid .span6. Check if this is ok: http://jsfiddle.net/cFgTA/1

Categories : CSS

JS: Slide open multiple divs
It is working, for me. You forgot to call function showHide(), actually, and you can do it on this way: $(document).ready(function() { $('.show_hide').showHide(); }); http://jsbin.com/amuhom/1/edit I have added one div and one button more. I guess this is expected behavior?

Categories : Javascript

Trying to add classes to multiple divs by hovering over one div
Your code is working, it's just the css that is not working. You've applied height: 20% to each banner, and then height: x% to each css class that you wish to change the height of the banners. Unfortunately the first height: 20% will override this. I've used !important to fix it in the fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/4fea3/3/ Ideally you would avoid the !important and update your styling to override correctly when the classes are added.

Categories : Javascript

Multiple divs on fluid row with two different spans
in bootstrap a row can contain only a maximum of 12 columns altogether in your case you have so many columns it is not the number of columns it is the total of span counts like 12 + 6 + 6 etc you need to split it into multiple rows <div class="container-fluid"> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span12"> 1 </div> </div> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span6"> 2 </div> <div class="span6"> 3 </div> </div> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span12"> 4 </div> </div> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span6"> 1 </div

Categories : HTML

compare position of multiple divs
One solution is to iterate through all divs that have a class of box and store their position().left values in an array like so: var arr = []; $('.box').each(function() { arr.push($(this).position().left); }); Then, in your drag function, iterate over the array when dragging. Run this within your if statement. $.each(arr, function(i) { if(left == arr[i]) { alert("same"); } }); JSFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/9yyKN/2/

Categories : Javascript

Dragging a div out from underneath multiple other divs
I rewrote your script slightly differently and it seems to work. The problem might be that you're using e.target, but i'm not really sure. Here's what i did: $(".draggable").draggable(); $(".locked").mousedown(function(e) { var layer = $(this); layer.addClass("hide"); var lowerLayer = $(document.elementFromPoint(e.pageX, e.pageY)); if (lowerLayer.hasClass("draggable") || lowerLayer.hasClass("locked")) lowerLayer.trigger(e); layer.removeClass("hide"); }); http://jsfiddle.net/AXycq/

Categories : Javascript

Center multiple floating divs next to each other
You are specifying a pixel value for your width. No matter what you do with your floats, those pixel values are fixed and will never reach the end of the border. What you can do is set the width to a percentage like width: 33%;. You could also set your left and right margins to space out your divs like margin: 0 20px;. What I typically do in these situations is wrap my elements in a div and use that div for positioning the elements. Then, the inner container I will use for background colors, text colors, etc. Something like that may work for you: <div class="holder"> <div class="wrapper"> <div class="container">...</div> </div> <div class="wrapper"> <div class="container">...</div> </div> <div class="wrapper"&g

Categories : CSS

Find hidden val from div (amongst multiple divs)
Use the siblings() function: var $hidden = $(this).siblings('input'); prev() would also work: var $hidden = $(this).prev(); Side note: Your code has multiple elements with the same id, which is invalid. You should change that. Edited to simplify the changed part.

Categories : Jquery

AJAX - PHP update of multiple divs
I would prefer to set a class attribut for all elements you want to change. For example: <div id="TXTHINT" class="txthints"></div> <div id="TXTHINT1" class="txthints"></div> Now you could easily iterate through all elements with class atrribut "txthints" and set the content. var divsToChange = document.getElementsByClassName('txthints'); var newContent = xmlhttp.responseText; for(i=0; i < divsToChange.length; ++i ) { divsToChange[i].innerHTML = newContent; }

Categories : PHP

slideToggle not working for multiple divs
You have duplicate ids for the slidingDiv elements. id of an element must be unique in a document From doc for id-attribure The id attribute specifies its element's unique identifier (ID). The value must be unique amongst all the IDs in the element's home subtree and must contain at least one character. The value must not contain any space characters. <!-- DIV 1--> <a class="show_hide" href="#" rel="#slidingDiv1">View</a> <div id="slidingDiv1" class="toggleDiv" style="display: none;"> <div class="right"> DIV 1 </div> </div> <!-- DIV 2--> <a class="show_hide" href="#" rel="#slidingDiv2">View</a> <div id="slidingDiv2" class="toggleDiv" style="display: none;"> <div class="right"> DIV 2

Categories : Javascript

jQuery inserting to multiple divs
You can use :eq to access element by index in collection. The eq is zero based index to to access first element you need to pass zero :eq. this._itemList = $("#participantsList1:eq(0)");

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Hide / Show Multiple Divs
You have not posted any source, but if you are using jQuery, you can simply do: $(".commonclass").hide(); Provided that all 3 divs have the "commonclass" class.

Categories : Javascript

Target multiple divs with jQuery
Instead of trying to show all the IDs of #currencypounds, for example, try using classes. You have hidden DIVs for each section with the IDs #currencypounds, #currencyeuros, #currencydollars. Change those to classes instead of IDs, then use your links to show a specific class and hide the rest of the classes. I don't have time to change this all for you, but you should be able to figure it out.

Categories : Javascript

Insert multiple divs in list
Something like this might suffice (if I assume your main question right): $('.insert').each(function() { $this = $(this); $this.parent().prepend($this); }); Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/HJCps/1/

Categories : Javascript

Wrapping multiple superimposed divs
If you know the dimensions of your cross-fading elements, your best bet is to set the height and width of your container element, either through CSS if you only need one width/height, or through javascript if you'd like the container to adapt to new dimensions on cross-fade. The Javascript method I described can be seen in action here: http://jsfiddle.net/mkd9s/2/ The important part is: // Get Heights var aHeight = $('.a').height(), bHeight = $('.b').height(); // Set Height on Load $('.container').height( aHeight ); // Fade on Click $('.fade').on('click', function(event) { event.preventDefault(); $('.a').fadeOut("slow"); $('.b').fadeIn("slow"); $('.container').animate({ height: bHeight }); }); Which first sets the height of the container, then animates the height

Categories : Javascript

jQuery slideToggle with multiple divs
I suggest wrapping your image divs in a container, and doing the same to your info divs. Either you use the same container or two separate--up to you. Then use when an image div is clicked, hide all your info divs, and show only the corresponding info div, by way of using the index of div relative to the container. You can use jQuery's index() function. It also simplifies your code.

Categories : Jquery

How to create a jquery mouseover for multiple divs by id?
Well the only problem I see right off the bat... Is the "" around your elements, they're objects not strings... So it should be... if (that==="#trigger1"){roll = $('#roll1r');} else if(that==="#trigger2"){roll =$('#roll2r');} else if(that==="#trigger3"){roll = $('#roll3r');}

Categories : Jquery

Ajax doesn't work on multiple divs
A few things to note from your sample page and question: $(document).ready only needs to be used once on your page. You have it several times. IDs have to be unique. You don't need to wrap your add and delete images in forms. Just add a class or unique ID to each and add a click event instead of submitting the form. Alternatively, if you want to keep the forms, call e.preventDefault() immediately to prevent the form submission before you perform your action. However it seems like you want to perform these actions asynchronously, in which case you should remove the form and put a click event on each image which performs your AJAX request. If your DOM elements are being created after document.ready, consider using live instead of click.

Categories : PHP

Divs to change multiple color when click
Simply toggle all the colors when you click on one of the div's: $("div").click(function () { $(".place").toggleClass("green"); $(".place2").toggleClass("orange yellow"); $(".place3").toggleClass("yellow"); }); http://jsfiddle.net/r5WWQ/148/ You can manipulate this so that only the third and first would light up when clicking one of them: $(".place, .place3").click(function () { $(".place").toggleClass("green"); $(".place3").toggleClass("yellow"); });

Categories : Javascript

Hide/show sibling-divs instead of using multiple ID's?
Yes you can use .siblings() to access the element relative to the one that was clicked. This removes the need for any unique IDs, it works based on the classes. jsFiddle demo $(document).ready(function () { $(this).on('click',".box, .box div", function (e) { e.stopPropagation(); var drop = $(this).siblings('.dropdown'); if (drop.is(":hidden")) { $('.title_active').removeClass("title_active") .siblings('.dropdown').hide(); drop.show(); $(this).addClass("title_active"); $(this).parent().addClass("ms_active"); } else { drop.hide(); $(this).removeClass("title_active"); } }); });

Categories : Jquery

Multiple scrollable divs, one function up/down buttons
Since only 1 rocksZoom_textContainer will be visible at one time you could use the ":visible" selector: $('.rocksZoom_textBox_btnUp').on('mouseenter', function(){ if ($('.rocksZoom_textContainer:visible').scrollTop() === 0){ return; } // }); ...and then the same principle for the remaining functions. Note :visible is a pseudo selector so if you have a lot of these your performance might be better if you toggle a class or attribute to indicate which rocksZoom_textContainer is visible. Then you just change your code to something like this: $('.rocksZoom_textBox_btnUp').on('mouseenter', function(){ if ($('.active_textContainer').scrollTop() === 0){ return; } // }); ...if active_textContainer was the class you used to indicate the currently active/visible one. Have a

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display multiple child DIVs stacked
How about this, added to what you already got. #progress { position:relative; } #progress-buffer, #progress-time { position:absolute; } The first position:relative; makes sure the subsequent position:absolute; are relative to #progress. Here is the jsFiddle.

Categories : HTML

Different randomized background image for multiple divs
document.querySelector only selects the first item. (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/document.querySelector) Try document.querySelectorAll (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Document.querySelectorAll) and then loop through each of the items returned. Also, as other people have mentioned, an ID is supposed to be unique. If you want to have multiple divs with the same property, you should use matching classes.

Categories : Javascript

Show / Hide Multiple divs with out using a numerical value
You can add custom data attribute like data-value like this - Html : (same for other options) <option data-value='6' value="apatient6">6</option> Js : $(document).ready(function () { $('.formbox').hide(); $('#additional').change(function () { $('.formbox').hide(); for (i = 1; i <= parseInt($('option:selected',this).data('value')); i++) { $('#workshop' + i).show(); } }); }); Demo --> http://jsfiddle.net/PayBt/8/

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Multiple Sliding Divs from Animated Menu
Changing your HTML made your next('.box') function not work. next('.box') finds the next sibling, in this case of the <a> tag that was clicked, that matches the selector. Since the box is no longer a sibling, the function doesn't find any elements. I've changed next('.box') to .parent().parent().find('.box') box and it appears to work as desired: http://jsfiddle.net/M8UgQ/7/

Categories : Javascript

Select input surrounded by multiple divs
You can't use the same ID for two elements. Try to select them with a class. More general: use $('#id') to select by ID, use $('.class') to select by class in jQuery. If this is the first input on your page, you can try $('input[type="text"]').eq(0) to select it.

Categories : Jquery

How to center multiple divs inside a container in CSS
You could apply the style text-align:center; to your container and display your .blocks as inline-block elements: .container { width: 70%; background: #eee; margin: 10px auto; position: relative; text-align:center; } .block { background: green; height: 100px; width: 100px; display:inline-block; margin: 10px; } <div class="container"> <div class="block">1. name of the company</div><!-- --><div class="block">2. name of the company</div><!-- --><div class="block">3. name of the company</div><!-- --><div class="block">4. name of the company</div><!-- --><div class="block">5. name of the company</div><!-- --><div class="block">6. name

Categories : HTML

Multiple specific Divs by drag and drop
Try this amending the code in this page. It is based on moving DIVs but could be amended for your requirements by just changing the DROP function. Note that the example you show isn't ideal as it doesn't highlight where you are allowed to drop objects, whereas this one does. <!DOCTYPE HTML> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <style type="text/css"> .box { width: 350px; height: 70px; padding: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px; border: 1px solid #aaaaaa;} .obj { width: 220px; font-family: verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 8pt; border: 2px solid #808080; border-radius: 4px; padding: 8px;} #dragApp {background: #bbffbb;} #dragAny { position: absolute; left: 450px; top:

Categories : Jquery

IE6 and IE7 absolute positioned div on top of multiple relative divs
It is possible but only by decreasing the z-index of the second .wrapper or increasing the z-index of the first .wrapper. On a simple level, each positioned element with a non-auto z-index creates a new stacking context, although there are other circumstances in which a new stacking context is created - see The stacking context. The problem is one that affects IE <= 7, from quirksmode.org In Internet Explorer positioned elements generate a new stacking context, starting with a z-index value of 0. Therefore z-index doesn't work correctly. CSS .wrapper{ height: 100%; width: 100%; } .lower { position: relative; z-index: -1; } .higher { position: relative; z-index: 2; } .relative_div { height: 75px; width: 200px; border: 1px solid #000; pa

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