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jQuery UI Error - Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected Identifier
Try like var slider = $( "<div id='*slider'></div>" ).insertAfter( select ).slider({ or directly you can do like var slider = $( "div #slider" ).insertAfter( select ).slider({ and I think you need to put select in single or double quotes.

Categories : Javascript

Trying to call a JS function and getting Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier
There's a missing comma. Change it like this: function addEvent(event, user){ $.ajax({ url: 'http://127.0.0.1:8000/addEvent/', type: "POST", data: {event_id: event, profile: user}, success: function(){ $('hello').html("Yes"); }, error: function() { $('hello').html("No"); } }); }

Categories : Javascript

"Fixed" Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier only to still have my script not work?
I would change your single and double quotes as well...this worked fine for me: $('#generateLink').click(function(e){ $('#myLink').html(""); $('#myLink').append("<a href='http://www.google.com'><font = 'white'>Google</font></a>"); alert('I was clicked'); });

Categories : Jquery

SyntaxError:" identifier starts immediately after numeric literal"
rowdata.10xx is invalid JS. Dot notation access of properties uses identifiers and identifiers cannot start with a number. Either use a different property name: rowdata.x10xx or use square bracket notation, which lets you use strings instead of identifiers: rowdata['10xx']

Categories : Javascript

SyntaxError: unexpected EOF while parsing
You shouldn't be using CSV. Your file isn't in a comma-separated values format. CSV splits the file lines into unparsable pieces. Take {"status": "All items processed", "state_code": "GA", "processed_timestamp": "2013/05/14 19:32:08 UTC", "destination_zip": "31028", "odr_date": "2013-05-13 00:00:00""cost": 54.08} and split it on the ',' and you get a list: ['{"status": "All items processed"', '"state_code": "GA"', '"processed_timestamp": "2013/05/14 19:32:08 UTC"', (etc..) That first line is looking kinda familiar. Just open the file and read it line by line - skip the csv thing entirely.

Categories : Python

SyntaxError: Unexpected token S
The unexpected token S is probably because you're echoing text, which your ajax isn't expecting as a response. Removing it causes the other error because then you're not sending ANYTHING. You should check to see what your ajax function expects to receive (JSON?) and, after running your query, echo the correct response so your ajax knows it was successful.

Categories : PHP

SyntaxError: identifier starts immediately after numeric literal. Passing php variable to JavaScript
you need to quote the user id echo "<input type = 'submit' class = 'replyButton' id = 'replyButton' value = 'reply' onclick = 'insertComment(this, "$user_id");'>";

Categories : PHP

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <
Try removing the runat="server" from the head tag <head> <title>Merchants TotalView</title> <script src="scripts/jquery-1.9.1.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> </head>

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <:
From the error I believe that your response is not a valid JSON. By the way eval is evil so it's much better to use JSON.parse You can check your JSON here: http://jsonlint.com/ Edit: somebody asked why eval is evil so here are some reasons it's slower than JSON.parse since it actually starts a compiler if not done correctly you can end up with XSS attacks it inherits the execution context and the scope in which its invoked If you need to support old IE versions you also don't need to use eval(). You could use the excellent JSON library: https://github.com/douglascrockford/JSON-js This will offer you... JSON.parse support for old IEs.

Categories : Javascript

SyntaxError: unexpected EOF while parsing in Python 3
Remove the eval() call. input() in Python 2 is the equivalent of eval(input()) in Python 3, and if you need to use raw_input() in Python 2 then in Python 3 you need to remove the eval() call. You'll have to parse the input yourself; ++ is not a valid Python operator, you cannot use eval() to solve that Codeforces problem. The simplest way to solve the posted problem is to read the input line by line: import sys, itertools count = int(next(sys.stdin)) x = 0 for line in itertools.islice(sys.stdin, count): x += 1 if '++' in line else -1 print(x)

Categories : Python

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token )
<a href="javascript:();" class="nextImg">NEXT</a> It does not like the (); If you insist on using the anchor like that use void(0) <a href="javascript:void(0);" class="nextImg">NEXT</a>

Categories : Javascript

Can anyone tell me why I am getting Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected string?
JavaScript uses + for string concatenation: var $token = $(this).attr('id'); var $itemId = $(this).find('input.id').val(); var $instaUrl = 'https://api.instagram.com/v1/media/"'+$itemId+'"/likes?access_token="'+$token+'"'; console.log($instaUrl); You used the dot (.) from PHP. By the way, you do not need to use a dollar sign for variables in JavaScript!

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <
From jQuery 1.9 onwards, the $.parseJSON will throw a JavaScript error rather than returning null. So your json isn't valid to show that error. From jQuery Docs: "Prior to jQuery 1.9, $.parseJSON returned null instead of throwing an error if it was passed an empty string, null, or undefined, even though those are not valid JSON." To shield your JS from throwing error, do the following: try { var json = $.parseJSON(data); //if code below here runs, means json is valid } catch(e){ //if code below here runs, means json is invalid } Ps.: Post your JSON so we can tell what is the problem. You can do by adding console.log(data); before the try (if you use my code).

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token if
Problem is coming in here var title = jQuery('.Title').val(), content = jQuery('.Content').val(), shortcode += '[tap '; shortcode is already a var defined above. You can't use += in a var expression Just change this to var title = jQuery('.Title').val(), content = jQuery('.Content').val(); // note the semicolon here shortcode += '[tap '; I think you're also going to run into some nesting issue. Instead of calling jQuery('.Content').val() for each iteration of the loop, I think you're looking for something more like $(this).find('.Content').val() or $('.Content', this). This will find the relevant .Content input in the scope of a given .tapForm. I'm thinking something like this, but it's just an idea jQuery('body').on('click', '#tapSubmit', function(){

Categories : Javascript

how to debug SyntaxError: unexpected INDENT error?
For debugging syntax errors I suggest compiling your Coffeescript "manually". I've found that sometimes node's automatic compilation confuses things more than helps. So, in your case: $ coffee --compile server.coffee Now, this will create a server.js file (which you'll want to remove to not confuse node). If your coffeescript is invalid coffee will throw an error. Edit: To add to this answer, I often syntax check my entire project via the following: I copy all the coffeescript files in my project. My Coffescript source files live in the app/, lib/, config/ and test/ directories in my project. I've created a temp directory, into which I copy all my coffeescript files then try to compile them all. $ rm -rf temp/*.coffee $ rm -rf temp/*.js $ cp app.coffee temp/ $ find test app lib con

Categories : Node Js

Chrome returns "SyntaxError: Unexpected token"
This may or may not work. I can't reproduce the issue with the above information, which obviously makes it difficult to help you, but this would be my first suggestion... $.ajax({ type: "GET", url: "callbacks/xmlHTTPRequestGetPrintItems.asp?LabelID=" + $("#LicenseLabel").val() + "&RequestType=0", data: "", contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", dataType: "text", async: false, success: function (data, textStatus, jqXHR) { data = JSON.parse(data); if (data.queryStatus == "Not_Empty") { for (i = 0; i < data.printID.length - 1; i++) { $('#ApprovalItem').append($('<option>', { value: data.printID[i] }).text(data.printName[i])); } } }, error: function (xhr, ajaxOptions, thr

Categories : Javascript

javascript - Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token {
Your if statement is malformed (parenthesis grouped or, not the entire expression): if ($('#title_number').val() == 73 || $('#title_number').val() == 74) { $('#ProfessorDiv').show(); } Also there is no such logical operator as or. You meant ||.

Categories : Javascript

The 'Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token : ' in jsonp
From the server you are sending just normal JSON data, but on client you are expecting JSONP. The response from server is not JSONP and browser does throw exception as syntax is wrong. If you need to send JSONP from server, then if you are using express add extra use: app.configure(function() { app.set('jsonp callback', true); }); Then to send JSONP just slightly change res. You don't need to set any header anymore, as they will be automatically detected: res.jsonp({ hello: 'world' }); On client side, jQuery will add callback it self, so use just this simplified way: $.ajax({ url: "http://192.168.37.179:8888/facebook/connect", type: 'GET', dataType: 'jsonp', cache: true, timeout: 5000, success: function(data) { console.log(data) }, error: function(xhr, status,

Categories : Node Js

JavaScript - Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token )
In older version of IE the extra comma in the object literal will throw syntax errors: $('audio,video').mediaelementplayer({ defaultVideoWidth: 530, defaultVideoHeight: 377, autosizeProgress: true, features: ['playpause','progress','current','duration','tracks','volume','sourcechooser','fullscreen'], alwaysShowControls: false //Extra Comma Removed }); //added ;

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token } doctype
you are not qouting this correctly. 'DoSomething('makearray')' should be: "DoSomething('makearray')" And in php: echo "<p>Start first? <button type='button' onclick" . "='DoSomething('makearray')" ."id='godosomething'>Go baby</button></p>";

Categories : PHP

SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input (nodejs tcp server)
You could wait for emitting end event, and then parse it. Example: // Handle incoming messages from clients. data = ''; socket.on('data', function (chunk) { data += chunk; }); // Handle incoming messages from clients. socket.on('end', function () { var obj = JSON.parse(data); if(obj.type == "register") { _clientObj[obj.msg] = { client: 'Client', socketID: socket.name } console.log("Register..."); } else if(obj.type == "message") { console.log(socket.name + " --> message: " + obj.msg); } }); Documentation: http://nodejs.org/api/all.html#all_event_end_1

Categories : Javascript

Object Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected number
0 is not a valid identifier name. Use bracket notation instead of dot notation: console.log("First Item Author: " + myjson.value.items[0].author);

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ) when using void()
Use <a href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="myFunction();">aaa</a> void expects a parameter. There's an interesting discussion on using void(0) or other techniques here.

Categories : Javascript

jQuery - Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token )
What have you got in the href attribute of your anchor? Alternatively do you have a an onClick attribute in the anchor or are you catching it anywhere else? You are not preventing the default behaviour of the anchor and you may have a syntax error in the href. That would be my first guess. You could change your posted function to: $(document).ready(function () { $("#register_hyperlink").click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); e.stopPropagation(); alert('Hello'); }); }); If you test with this function you may find, as Matt Ball points out that your problem was indeed elsewhere

Categories : Javascript

JSON/jQuery/PHP : Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token :
This is jQuery code: $("#fruit_name" ).val(response.fruit_name); $("#fruit_color" ).val(response.fruit_color); $("#fruit_taste" ).val(response.fruit_taste); Make sure it is enclosed with: $(document).ready(function() { $("#fruit_name" ).val(response.fruit_name); $("#fruit_color" ).val(response.fruit_color); $("#fruit_taste" ).val(response.fruit_taste); });

Categories : PHP

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL on php json_encode
Your data contains " characters. Your attribute values are delimited by " characters. The first " in the data will end the attribute value. A validator would have picked this up for you. Run your data through htmlspecialchars to encode the quote marks.

Categories : Javascript

JSON.parse causes "Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token u"
So we know that document.getElementById('notifications') is there, which means that the only problem is it can't find the input value. Sometimes external libraries will block the input of hidden elements. Strip your page of everything except for the the code you showed us, and then try adding in the other libraries you've included one-by-one till you find the problem.

Categories : Javascript

Jquery/Javascript Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected End of Input
The problem is in the AJAX response at this URL: http://www.luketimoth.me/pages/contact.me.php The ending </script> tag actually causes the end of that script portion - double-slash comment syntax is for javascript, the HTML parser doesn't respect it and ends the script section right there.

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token : using jsonp callback
tldr; The server is not sending back JSONP. Value reported in the post is JSON (and it is valid JSON) - it is not JSONP. If it were to be treated as JSONP (i.e. evaluated by a <script>) then it would be a syntax error because it is not a valid JavaScript program. Try this in a JavaScript console: {"token": "KAMWMS151UWPR4Q", "authenticate": "1", "userid": "brad", "fname": "rahul", "booster_number": "1"} Error look familiar? (Different browses can return different error messages: Chrome -> "Unexpected token :", FireFox -> "invalid label", IE9 -> "Expected ';'".) A valid JSONP result would look similar to: theCallback({"token": "KAMWMS151UWPR4Q", "authenticate": "1", "userid": "brad", "fname": "rahul", "booster_number": "1"}) (The name of theCallback is taken from the j

Categories : Ajax

SyntaxError: Unexpected token N in chrome console from angularjs
SyntaxError: Unexpected token N is often the result of accidentally returning a NaN in your JSON. NaN is not a supported value in JSON (although it would be fine if it were a string wrapped in quotes), nor is any other text that isn't wrapped in quotes, except true, false and null. So, although you do indeed have two nulls in your JSON sample, it shouldn't be the problem. Further, your 'N' in the error isn't lowercase, as it would be in null. The presence of that capital letter 'N' in the error makes me suspect that you were accidentally returning a NaN somewhere in your JSON output, even though it's not present in your sample. The only other capital-N's you have in your sample are safely wrapped in quotes, and are in the middle of the string in any case. I'd put money on it having been a

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < Jquery Append
You're better off having that html in something like <div id="toAppend">html here</div> and then pick it up with a jQuery selector targeted it at the html: $(document).ready(function() { $('#offset').change(function(){ $('#casillaOffset').append($('#toAppend').html()); }); });

Categories : Javascript

Javascript & Chrome Debugger: "Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token } "
Most probably your xmlhttp.responseText contains a quote mark (') and it truncates your alert message. Check the generated page source and see if that's the problem. NOTE: I know this should be a comment and not an answer but I still can't comment OP's questions.

Categories : Javascript

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL multiple string
I think this is what happens: > var s = 'long string with carriage return'; SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL this is from Chrome's console window. Try replacing all characters on the server with ' ' before pasting the string into javascript: > var s = 'long string with carriage return'; undefined > s "long string with carriage return"

Categories : Javascript

PhoneGap processMessage failed: Error: SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input
In navigator.camera.getPicture you are referencing a function named uploadPhoto, have you defined this? Another problem might be the lack of semicolon on this line: var message = private_key + authtoken + username

Categories : Cordova

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < Underscore and parse issues
You have a script tag arround your html .. so It will get parsed as Javscript and not as HTML .. and <table> for example is not a valid javascript syntax .. So remove the script tag arround it. I saw the mime-type is set to text/html, but maybe your browser does not support it? Try to replace the <script> with a <div>

Categories : Javascript

Ajax Error “SyntaxError: JSON.parse: unexpected character”
1) I don't think you actually can do assign the $_POST to the $_SESSION variable. You need to do something like $_SESSION['post'] = $_POST 2) You have datatype: 'json' hence you need to echo from the php script using json_encode

Categories : Json

Bundling JavaScript courses Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <
Before you can answer the question of what caused this error, you must first figure out where the error occurred. The only difference in the syntax of your code when bundled is that it is minified. A very simple way to do this is to use a Bundle instead of a ScriptBundle: var thirdParty = new Bundle("~/bundles/thirdParty").Include( "~/Scripts/jquery-{version}.js", "~/Scripts/bootstrap.js", "~/Scripts/jquery-ui-{version}.js", "~/Scripts/jquery.mockjson.js", "~/Scripts/jQuery.XDomainRequest.js", "~/Scripts/knockout-{version}.js" ); thirdParty.Transforms.Clear(); bundles.Add(thirdParty); Now, if you have multiple JavaScript bundles, do this for them one by one until you have the cu

Categories : Javascript

Javascript error : Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL
Remove the last ' '}"; Make it like this... var signup_data = "{'ut': 'T','fn': 'Roy','ln': 'M J','el': 'roy.mj@experionglobal.com','dob': '1988-12-05','pd': '123','did': '3456789-fghjkl','dt': 'I','dtn': 'EA2B6A87-2145-4BA2','ky': 'MTIOS','av': '1.0','gr': 'F','rs': 1,'str': 'street','cy': 'city','st': 1,'co': 1,'zc': '895545','se': 'test@test.com','ph1': '2587456874','ph2': 5874587558}";

Categories : Javascript

Figaro syntax error, unexpected tSYMBEG, expecting '}' (SyntaxError)
You need to put quotes around your key names, and need commas to separate each item (just like any Ruby hash): CarrierWave.configure do |config| config.fog_credentials = { :provider => 'AWS', :aws_access_key_id => ENV["AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID"], :aws_secret_access_key => ENV["AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY"] } config.fog_directory = ENV["AWS_S3_BUCKET"] # required end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected number JSON ajax request
You are trying to issue a JSONP request from the client, but the server does not return a JSONP response. A JSONP response for the request checkip.amazonaws.com/?callback=foo would look like this: foo("192.168.0.1"); Instead of just this: 192.168.0.1 Edit A solution to receive the user's IP via JSONP: Get user ip with jquery

Categories : Javascript



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