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links inside the toggle jquery container dont work
What is happening is called "event bubbling". See: What is event bubbling and capturing You can stop this behaviour in jquery by using the stopPropagation() method. See: http://api.jquery.com/event.stopPropagation/ Code example: jQuery('#app-main-4059').addClass('open'); jQuery('#app-main-4059').click(function(event) { event.stopPropagation(); if (jQuery(this).hasClass('open')) { jQuery(this).removeClass('open'); jQuery(this).addClass('close'); jQuery('#app-main-4059 > ul').slideDown(100); return false; } else { jQuery(this).removeClass('close'); jQuery(this).addClass('open'); jQuery('#app-main-4059 > ul').slideUp(100); return false; } });

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jQuery toggle divs and hide divs
In your jQuery code I found code with #div, but could not find div with id div in HTML code. # will only be used with id of the HTML control Whereas div is the selector used for HTML controls

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CSS fake table divs, expand inside div to fill the 100% of total width
I just made a guess and hope this is what you want.. Here is the fiddle Demo Jus add this to your fatable3.. #fatable #fatable3 { float:left; width:100% !important; } this will change ua design but u can adjust other divs as u want...

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Using JQuery .click and .toggle to contract and expand a concentric circle
According to the documentation, jquery.toggle() is used to show/hide elements, it does not work by toggling between two functions as you seem to intend (so what you were doing was toggling the visibility of the element, toggle comes with a shrinking animation before it hides and that is what you were seeing). Also, jquery.transition() doesn't exist, you probably wanted jquery.animate() instead. I've made an update to your code here http://jsfiddle.net/Ue9pu/4/. I've changed it so the toggling is done internally via a boolean value that alternates instead. Now you just need to get the animation right. var tog = false; $("#inner-circle").click(function () { if (tog) { $(this).animate({ "height": '1.0em', "width": '1.0em', "margin-t

Categories : Jquery

jQuery - Show/Hide Image on Expand Collapse Toggle
$(".toggle_head").click(function() { $(this).next(".toggle_body").slideToggle(300, function () { var status = $(this).is(':hidden'); $('#collapse').toggle(status); $('#expand').toggle(!status); }); }); Not tested, but gives the idea

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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

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Why do these inline-block divs not fit inside their container?
The space between the elements cause extra width. You need to put all your elements on one line, like this: <div flex=1 style="...">This is the A Bo</div><div ...>This is the B Box</div>...

Categories : Javascript

jQuery wrap text without container
You might want to look at the .contents() method. This will give you text nodes as well as wrapped nodes, so you can wrap them. To adjust the example from the jQuery docs: $(".container") .contents() .filter(function() { // get only the text nodes return this.nodeType === 3; }) .wrap( "<span></span>" ); It sounds like you want to wrap the content after click, which I think might be quite difficult. If possible, it would be better to wrap the content before the user clicks, then apply a style to the span they clicked - this is much more straightforward. If you use the code above to wrap, you can then apply a handler like $(".container").on('click', 'span', function() { $(this).addClass('clicked'); });

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100% resizable divs floating left inside container div
The only way i can think of is using javascript CSS #SlideShow { width:100%; overflow-x:hidden; position: relative; } #slideshowContent { z-index: 0; width: 11520px; height: 1080px; position:absolute; left:0px; top:0px; } .slideshowImage_container img { max-width:100%; } JS window.slideWidth = 0; jQuery(document).ready(function(){ window.onresize = funciton() { var window.slideWidth = jQUery("#SlideShow").width(); jQuery("#slideshowContent slideshowImage_container").css("width",window.slideWidth+"px"); jQuery("#slideshowContent").css("left","0px"); //or adjust the left to the current slide show image since they are now different lengths and the slideshow will be off. } window.resize(); }); And setup your slide techniqu

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how to dynamically group every n-divs and wrap up with a new div in JQuery?
You can use the slice to get the numbers and then wrapAll var divs = $(".contents"); for(var i = 0; i < divs.length; i+=4) { j = i + 1; divs.slice(i, i+4).wrapAll("<div id='newDivforWraping"+j+"' class='new'></div>"); } check this out http://jsfiddle.net/RQNrt/ I hope this can help

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jQuery toggle inside toggle, with individual selection
Ok then here it is: $('.to-do > span').click(function () { var ix = $(this).index(); console.log(ix); $('.add', $(this).parents('div')).toggle(ix == 0); $('.reduce', $(this).parents('div')).toggle(ix == 1); return false; }); JSFiddle

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Expand div+focus, collapse previous divs, and auto-expand on new page
$("a.postreply").click(function () { $('.postreplycontainer').hide(); $(this).closest('.blogcontainer').find('.postreplycontainer').slideToggle("fast"); //$('.replycontents').blur(); $(this).closest('.blogcontainer').find('.replycontents').focus(); }); Takes care of 1 and 2. I didn't understand the 3rd point.

Categories : Jquery

Toggle width of a container using jQuery
Following is the code as per your requirement so try this code: HTML <div id="container">this is container div</div> <div class="wrp">this is wrp div</div> <input type="button" value="toggle" id="toggle-button"> CSS #container { width:960px; background-color: red; } .wrp { width:1000px; background-color: green; } JS $(document).ready(function () { var setWidth = $.cookie("width"); if (typeof setWidth !== "undefined" && setWidth == "85%") { $('#container,.wrp').width(setWidth); // 85% width set using cookie } else if (typeof setWidth !== "undefined" && setWidth == "960px") { $('#container,.wrp').width(setWidth); // 960px,1000px(for wrp) width set using cookie } $('#toggle-button').

Categories : Jquery

jQuery show/hide toggle DIVs
slideToggle() jquery's method $('.nav-toggle').click(function(){ //get collapse content selector var collapse_content_selector = $(this).attr('href'); //make the collapse content to be shown or hide var toggle_switch = $(this); $(collapse_content_selector).slideToggle(function(){ if($(this).css('display')=='none'){}else{ } }); });

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JQuery toggle with multipls divs and icon
Use slideToggle with $(this) instead of using with $(".slidingDiv") $(document).ready(function(){ $(".slidingDiv").hide(); $('.show_hide').click(function(){ $(this).slideToggle(); var isShow = $(this).text() == 'Show'; $(this).text(isShow ? 'Hide' : 'Show').css({backgroundPosition:'0 '+ (isShow?-18:0) +'px'}); }); });

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jquery toggle panel and auto adjust divs
Try CSS. it is easy. <style scoped> #mainDiv{ width:100%; height:100%; } #div1, #div2, #div3 { width:30%; height:30%; } #div1{ background:black; } #div2{ background:blue; } #div3{ background:green; } #div1:hover,#div2:hover,#div3:hover{ width:100%; height:100px;display:block; } </style> <div id="mainDiv"> <div id="div1">&nbsp;</div> <div id="div2">&nbsp;</div> <div id="div3">&nbsp;</div> </div> Adding transformation would solve your problem. you can almost bring it like an itunes currosel in the ipad

Categories : Jquery

Toggle divs or their content on key click WITHOUT ajax or jquery library
are you just trying to show and hide content in a div if so something along these lines should work <div onkeydown="change();"> <div id='div1'></div> <div id='div2'></div> </div> <script> function change(){ //Hide the content document.getElementById('div1').style.display = "none"; //Show new content document.getElementById('div2').style.display = "block"; } </script>

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jquery swap nested divs content in container
attach the following function to the click event of your button : function handler() { $('.element').each(function(){ var temp = $(this).find('.nameP').text(); $(this).find('.nameP').text($(this).find('.nameE').text()); $(this).find('.nameE').text(temp); }); }

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I want to show the slider div until the mouse is over the container div with many inner divs in jquery?
Do not use mouseout or mouseover events but mouseenter and mouseleave - they trigger only if you enter/leave the element you attached them to; 100% no conflicts.

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Wrap div after another div in jQuery - jQuery PageSlide with Bootstrap work around
You can do it using wrap to wrap your nav div with an immediate wrapper. Similarly you have wrapInner , wrapAll. You can select the one that meets your need. $('.nav').wrap('<div class="nav-collapse collapse"></div>'); Fiddle

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Twitter Bootstrap - input fields inside container
Take a look: http://jsfiddle.net/FTXa7/6/ <div class="container-fluid" style="background-color:black;"> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span3"> <label>test</label> <input type="text" class="input-block-level"> </div> <div class="span3"> <label>test</label> <input type="text" class="input-block-level"> </div> <div class="span3"> <label>test</label> <input type="text" class="input-block-level"> </div> <div class="span3"> <label>test</label> <input t

Categories : Twitter

Why does Bootstrap popover get squished when target is inside an affixed container?
See updated fiddle I am no expert but defining the size of the popover in your CSS helps ensure that it keeps its shape. That is done by calling popover {height: x; width: y}.

Categories : Twitter

jQuery wrap and re-order elements inside
This should work: $('a.top_link+div.sub').each(function () { $(this).insertBefore($(this).prev()).add($(this).next()).wrapAll('<li class="aaa">'); }); For each div.sub, the above code does: Move it to before the <a> Add the <a> to the collection Wrap both in an <li> Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/vjC3x/

Categories : Jquery

jQuery do something when Bootstrap toggle button class is active
A basic approach to toggling your address field's disabled property: $('#geoloc').click(function (e) { var $address = $('#address'); $address.prop("disabled", !$address.is(':disabled')); });

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jQuery / Bootstrap carousel container responsive
Easiest place to start is probably http://www.pixedelic.com/plugins/camera/. I have used it quite regularly and in particular it is fully responsive so will remove the need for specific break points. I've also found that it is quite easy to play around with the code should you want to customize it more than normal or shrink it down in size a bit, Hope that helps, Dan

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Bootstrap dropdown toggle maintains hover effect after second click (toggle off)
The style is set both on :focus and :hover in Bootstrap. You can change it your self by either editing the Bootstrap source, or overriding it with a more specific selector. #dPublisher:focus:not(:hover) { background: white; color: black; } demo This reads as "when #dPublisher is focused but not hovered, change the background and text color". Browser compatibility is Chrome, Firefox, IE9, Opera 9.5, and Safari 3.2. On unsupported browsers, it'll remain how it is currently. If you want it to only disable the focus style when the dropdown is closed, we can make it a little more specific. .dropdown:not(.open) > #dPublisher:focus:not(:hover) { background: white; color: black; } demo

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Bootstrap Collapse doesn't toggle after you show, hide or toggle from code
1.Try to use collapse() with options, the 'parent' is important $("#collapseMenu").collapse({"toggle": true, 'parent': '#navaccordion'}); $("#collapseQuickLinks").collapse({"toggle": true, 'parent': '#navaccordion' }); Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/hieuh25/Xut4C/6/ 2.Basically you have 2 ways: Add class in to that div, e.g: <div id="collapseMenu" class="accordion-body collapse in"> cause that div to open. Use collapse() with option 'toggle': true as above, when the div is closed. Hope it helps.

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bootstrap typehead dropdown doesn't expand over bootstrap collapse
I somehow find the answer on stack overflow the solution is .accordion-body.in { overflow:visible; } It is from here. I am sorry for asking question that already has the answer but I really was not able to find it because I didn't guess the right word for searching.

Categories : Misc

jQuery Masonry fit inside container when bricks have margins
The core idea to make this work is to use the gutter option in jQuery Masonry. http://jsfiddle.net/thirtydot/xECcm/6/ $(document).ready(function() { var $container = $('#container'); $container.masonry({ itemSelector: '.item', gutter: 12 }); }); I used box-sizing: border-box; just to make the design easier to work with. If you didn't use it, you would have to adjust the width any time you change the horizontal padding: .container { width: 960px; background: #555; } .item { width: 231px; background: #fff; padding: 0 10px 15px 10px; -moz-box-sizing: border-box; box-sizing: border-box; } Lastly, to ensure that the boxes touch both edges of the container, you need to make sure that your numbers are "right".

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jquery : how to apply same changes inside mulitple container with same class name
Try this FIDDLE $('.product-actions').each(function () { $new = $(this).prepend("<div class='new_details_location'></div>"); $(".details", $(this)).prependTo($new); $('.buttons_3', $(this)).attr('class', 'buttons buttons_2 group'); }); You made a few mistakes: your selectors were not context sensitive and you were using id in prependTo which has to be unique, but you had 2 divs with the same id.

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Why won't my two divs expand the whole height of the containing div?
It's because your divs are set with position: absolute;. This removes the div from the document flow and so the containing element behaves as if the divs are not present for its layout. I'm not sure exactly what you're going for, but if you want to adjust the position of the two divs, try position relative or examine their margins and padding. A CSS reset can be very helpful as a general tool for making consistent layouts, especially across browsers. Here's a jsfiddle of my suggestion, showing the divs side by side and the container behaving as desired. http://jsfiddle.net/wCnLZ/

Categories : CSS

How to get container to expand to contain float with
I think you need to float the menu instead of having it positioned absolute. Putting the width in % will make sure that the menu width plus the content width can add up to 100%. (you can also add in padding or margin of a few % by making the width a little smaller.) http://jsfiddle.net/m9zG8/2/ #content { background-color: blue; width:85%; float:right; } #menu { background-color: green; width: 15%; float: left; }

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How can I let this div expand and overflow it's container in IE8?
You should set #navdd1 in position:absolute;. #navdd1 { display: none; margin-left: 100px; background-image:url('images/blank_dropdown.jpg'); line-height: 35px; width: 100px; position:absolute; } and probably #containerdiv in position:relative; to easily give coordonates to #navdd1.

Categories : PHP

JQuery-If divs inside form have class show, else hide
Try $(document).ready(function(){ $("div").hide(); $("div").each(function(){ if($(this).hasClass('<?php echo $tablename; ?>')) $(this).show(); } });

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jquery adjust size div with text inside div container resizable
Capture the length and width of the div as it is being resized, and input those parameters into a calculation which changes the font size of div#intern. You should place a lower limit on how small the length and width of the container div can be. Play around with different scaling values to make a formula which yields a corresponding font size which works. If you are using jQuery UI, then trigger the calculation on the resize() event for your implementation of Resizable.

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Two nested divs are able to expand but not the parent
Use overflow to parent element, because your child divs floated: <div style="overflow: hidden; background-color:#000; color:#FFFFFF; width:444px; height: auto;"> or use instead of float:left; for childs display: inline-block;

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Outer DIV doesn't expand with inner DIVs
.main-wrapper{ overflow:auto; /* other styles here */ } Or sometimes it just helps to clear your floats properly: .main-wrapper:before, .main-wrapper:after { content : ""; display : table; } .main-wrapper:after { clear : both; }

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How to expand DIV element according to sibling DIV's and container
Take a look at this jsFiddle see if it comes close to what you need. I changed you .content class to: .content { width: 100%; background-color: #00f; position: absolute; top: 180px; /*change according to .header height*/ bottom: 72px; /*change according to .footer height*/ }

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Expand container height by multiply value
Does this help? var container = $('#container'), unit = 28, height = container.height(); (height % unit > 0) && container.height(Math.ceil(height / unit) * unit);

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How to auto expand absolute positioned DIVs
I would add a wrapper to the divs so you can float then instead of positioning then absolutely. This way you can make at least one div 100% wide. For instance the right div. If you want both divs to be dynamic in size you will have to use jquery. For instance adding classes if you want to keep the jquery to a minimal. example HTML: <div id="header"></div> <div id="main"> <div id="left"></div> <div id="right"></div> </div> <div id="footer"></div> example CSS : #main{ position:relative; overflo:hidden // This will make the container grow with the children width:960px; } #left{ width:200px; float:left; height:100%; } #right{ float:left; width:100%; he

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