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While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘
Check with another constructor for htmlView: ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html"); var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage, mimeType);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Javascript onclick function - 2 clicks needed to work
In jQuery you can do it like this: $(document).ready(function() { $('li#searchitem a').click(function() { $('#searchitem, #topsearchform').toggle(); $('input[name="search_text"]').focus(); }); $('input[name="search_text"]').blur(function() { $('#searchitem, #topsearchform').toggle(); }); }); Done!

Categories : Javascript

Javascript 2 clicks onclick
Use javascripts' setTimeout( function() {}) You could do something like this (sudo code below. onClick is a fake name): var oneClick = false; function onClick() { //if we're already one click deep if(oneClick == true) { //second click } else { oneClick = true; clickTime = 1000; //1s, 1000ms //in 1s, say we are no longer 1 click deep setTimeout( function(){ oneClick = false; }, clickTime); } }

Categories : Javascript

primefaces datatable filter do not work in subsequent clicks
This problem is simmilar to this one: Ajax update doesn't work, when using filter on datatable (JSF, Primefaces) Try calling tasksTable.filter() after the ajax call is made: <p:ajax event="filter" update="@this" oncomplete="tasksTable.filter()" />

Categories : Java

JQuery click only registers first click and not subsequent clicks
As @adeneo points out in his comment above, the #refresh-buttons element can't be inside the .container element, because you overwrite it on load() and therefore remove the event handler you attached. If the #refresh-buttons element is inside the .container element, you have to use a delegate on a non-changing parent element, like this: $(".container").on("click", "#refresh-buttons button", function(event) {...});

Categories : Javascript

Android Button always takes two clicks to fire onClick()
OK, I found it. It was, of course, my own mistake. At the end of my onCreate method I was doing this: // Set the focus to the calculate button so the keyboard won't show up automatically Button calcButton = (Button)findViewById( R.id.ac_button_calculate ); calcButton.setFocusable( true ); calcButton.setFocusableInTouchMode( true ); calcButton.requestFocus(); So of course, no matter what I did in my xml file, I was overriding it in my code. Instead, I used this to hide the keyboard: getWindow().setSoftInputMode( WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_HIDDEN ); Which works great.

Categories : Android

Chnage CSS onclick function javascript
Try it in a simple manner, $(document).ready(function(){ $("li").on('click',function() { $(this).parent('ul').find('li').removeClass("active");// get all li from the parent ul $(this).addClass("active");// add highlight to clicked link }); }); If you want to remove all active classes from all li's then try this, $(document).ready(function(){ $("li").on('click',function() { $('li').removeClass("active");// remove active class from all li's $(this).addClass("active");// add highlight to clicked link }); });

Categories : PHP

Javascript onclick function on div works only in IE
window.location.href is not a method, it should be window.location.href = "sim.aspx"; If you really want to use a method, you can use assign() window.location.assign("sim.aspx");

Categories : Javascript

Javascript function can't trigger onclick
it is because AjaxPost is not present in the global scope. there is no need to use document ready in this case since the method is invoked by the user <script type="text/javascript"> function AjaxPost() { alert('asd'); } </script>

Categories : Javascript

Javascript: onclick function to get elements
Anchor tags contain href attribute <a class="populate" id="link" onclick="populate(this.id);" href="......">Hello </a> function populate(id) { var someimage = document.getElementById(id); var mysrc = someimage .src; }

Categories : Javascript

Trigger javascript function onclick
Using JQuery is a good solution for your problem: <button id="myBtn">My Button</button> JQuery $('#myBtn').click(function(){ // set you style that.style.strokeStyle = "#D55151"; // var that = this; }); UPDATE: The pure javascript answer : document.getElementById('myBtn').onclick=function(){ // set you style that.style.strokeStyle = "#D55151"; // var that = this; };

Categories : Javascript

Javascript innerHTML calls onclick function
I believe this is happening because you are inserting a second link inside your first link, and the click event is firing for the parent anchor, instead of the child. Your markup: <a href="#" id="oldnewslinkid" onclick="showoldnews(); return false;"> <a href="#" id="oldnewslinkid" onclick="hideoldnews(); return false;">Hide older news</a> </a> There are several ways around this: Wrap your controls in a containing div, and append a new anchor to its innerHTML Include both sets of controls in the dom on load, hide your hideOldNews() control via css, and toggle them via js Attach an event listener to one element, and use it to "toggle" your news div: HTML <div id="oldnews">Old News...</div> <a href="oldnews" id="toggle">View old

Categories : Javascript

I'm having trouble getting an onclick attribute to run a JavaScript function
It's because a links have a property named .search, which isn't a function. When you assign an inline handler, the properties of the element become accessible as variables, and so the .search property/variable is shadowing the global search() function. Just change the name, and it'll work. <a href="#" onclick="mysearch()">click me</a> function mysearch() { alert("hello"); return false; } Or you could just access the global function directly from the window object. <a href="#" onclick="window.search()">click me</a> It works on the button because buttons don't have that property.

Categories : Javascript

button cannot activate onclick function from javascript
The onclick of a ASP.NET button looks for a method in the code behind (that is run on the server), in your case named 'onClick', which it can't find and this is why you get that compile error. You probably want to use the onClientClick to run javascript (msdn: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.webcontrols.button.onclientclick.aspx) If you're not going to do anything with the button on the server side, you might want to replace it with a simple html input tag: <input type='button' onclick='onClick()' value='Find country code'></input>

Categories : C#

onclick javascript function does not work with Firefox/IE
Your syntax is bad. Option 1: <a href="javascript:reloadCaptcha();"> Option 2: <a href="#" onclick='reloadCaptcha();'> Option 3: use the EventHandler API.

Categories : Javascript

need help saving file from onclick function in javascript
This is what I would do (I hope this helps). Build an array of the image names in JS (on the server). Render the HTML according to the array (via JS). If the user does an image swap, alter the array, and re-render. The rendering shouldn't need to pull any data from the server so won't flicker. The onclick event should tell the update function which image is being changed. If you want to save the display order, POST the current array back to the server. If that sounds too complex, look at these http://inspiretrends.com/free-jquery-carousel-plugins/ http://webdesigntunes.com/freebies/30-amazing-free-jquery-slider-and-carousel-plugins-of-2013/ Look at http://owenberesford.me.uk/17690427/sample.html but pls know that: for "real" code, i generally start with a testcase... this work

Categories : PHP

javascript pass function to onclick event
function a(text,function){ return '<a href="#" onclick="myfunction();">'+text+'</a>'; } function myfunction() { alert('test'); }

Categories : Javascript

Add an onclick listener with an existing function using javascript
Assigning an event handler via the DOM API does not modify the actual HTML (in fact, the HTML source that the browser receives is readonly). You have to assign a function to .onclick, not a string: for(var x=0; x<2; x++){ document.getElementById(x).onclick = changeColor; } where changeColor is defined as function changeColor(){ var ID = this.id; // `this` refers to element the handler is bound to try{ initialize(); } finally{ changeDesign(ID); } } I recommend to read the excellent articles about event handling on quirksmode.org.

Categories : Javascript

Is it possible to link directly to a JavaScript onclick function?
Yes, use a hash tag and call the function from there. a hash url would look like this: http://myserver.com/mypage.htm#about Create a js function that calls the correct function when you load the page, for example: function onloaded(){ hash = document.location.hash; switch (hash): case 'mish': mish(); break; ... }

Categories : Javascript

Javascript function scope and calling from onclick
There is no "scope of the button". What happens is that you're assigning the event listener from a scope where the inner function is visible, and that's all that matters in JavaScript. Scope in JS is about where functions are declared. In your example: $("#b").click(function() { changeColor() }); the function changeColor is available via closure inside the anonymous function, because it's declared in an outer scope. When you define a nested function, all variables and functions from the parent functions will be available inside it. So when the element is clicked and the anonymous function is called, it still has a reference to changeColor, and is able to call it. You could also set the event handler without using a closure, like this: $("#b").click(changeColor); As I said, the impo

Categories : Javascript

how to change image onclick javascript function?
What you've got should work. Here's a shorter version: function changeImage() { this.src = this.src == "imgs/left.gif" ? "imgs/right.gif" : "imgs/left.gif"; }

Categories : Jquery

Javascript onclick function Opening image
What you called is not actually whitespace of the image, it is the window size that you have mentioned below. onClick="window.open('Gallery/1.JPG','no','scrollbars=yes,width=429,height=290')" > See the difference, <img src="Gallery/1.JPG" width="200" height="150" /> Actual image size: width="200" height="150" New popup window size: width="429" height="290" So you have same values in both. If it is a single image, you can directly add it. For dynamic, then you have to use Javascript or jQuery. Here I will give you an idea using jQuery. HTML: <p> <a href="javascript:;"> <img src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/simgad/10442396486498843578" /> </a> </p> JQuery: $('a').on('click', function () { var img = $(t

Categories : Javascript

android- how to trigger notification onclick event? or how to get data only when user clicks on it
I suggest you make add data to the intent you add to the notification's intent. For example. intent.putExtra("Notification_id", id) //You can make this id the system time or some unique identifier. (Or you can add this to your bundle of extras instead of just putting the extra.) Then when you go to open the intent you can check the id. id = intent.getExtra("Notification_id") Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions or need more details. UPDATE: You have to add data for in the intent and read it later both in your onNewIntent() and onResume(). You then remove the extra from the intent after you did whatever it is you need to do. Also adding some kind of unique data like System.currentTimeMillis() then it will prevent the intent from being reused.

Categories : Android

Call javascript function from wicket 6, Link's "onclick ()"
On a related note, my original intention is to hide all rows in the table except the one I have clicked. Instead of answering your question, I will try to provide a solution to your problem :). It makes perfect sense to hide the table row via javascript. I would suggest doing it with Jquery as described in Hiding all but first table row with jQuery: $("#myTbl tr:not(nth-child(3))").hide(); Now, you have to execute the above javascript snippet each time a user clicks your Wicket link. For this, you can for example create your own link class like this: public class JavascriptLink extends Label{ public JavascriptLink(String id, String label) { super(id, label); add(new AttributeAppender("onclick", "...your javascript here...")); } } I leave it to you to combine the

Categories : Java

change onclick function of the button dynamically using javascript
function getval() { ........ var buttons = document.getElementsByClassName("num"); for (i=0;i<buttons.length;i++){ buttons[i].onclick = function(){ getvalNew(); } } } And vice versa for the other function. At least, this should work....

Categories : Javascript

Remove and replace another onclick function in a div through Pure Javascript?
Consider a sample HTML page: <html> <head> </head> <body> <div id ="d1"> <span class="plus childNode1" onclick="expand_collapseChildnodes('childNode1')" id="abc"></span> </div> <div id ="d2"> </div> </body> </html> Now to move the element with id abc from DOM element with id d1 to another with id d2 //get the element var element = document.getElementById("abc"); //detach from source document.getElementById("d1").removeChild(element); //remove onclick attribute element.removeAttribute("onclick"); //add the modified attribute element.setAttribute("onclick", "sampleFunc()"); //attach the element to another source document.getElementById("d2").appenChild(eleme

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Javascript onClick function - copy text to input value
document.myForm.myField.value = "I'm a different value now!"; Is this what you're looking for? Form and input should have a "name" property, like: <form name="myForm"> <input name="myField" /> in the case above.

Categories : Javascript

JavaScript function not called from onclick attribute correctly
The long and the short of it is that you're doing it wrong. If you want to bind an event handler to an element, use on (or appropriate alias, such as click): $('#sendButton').on('click', function () { alert('Direct!'); return false; }); There's absolutely no reason to use the onclick attribute, or to even try to set such attributes dynamically. To unbind event handlers, use off: $('#sendButton').off('click');

Categories : Jquery

javascript onClick() function pass Variable for img src= to another page
This would easily be done with Ajax + PHP + jQuery JQUERY var link = $("img").attr("src"); $.ajax{ url: "img.php", type: "POST", data: {"img":link}, success: function(e){ // Whatever you want } } PHP <?php if (isset($_POST['img'])){ $link = $_POST['img'] } // Whatever you want to do with the variable $link ?> I don't know if this is going to solve your problem, hope it does.

Categories : Javascript

unable to call javascript function using button's onclick event
change your code like this: function logoutEmp(){ window.location.href="saveLogout.php"; } You had an extra slash, and a syntax error. Also, you should change showTable that was wrong as well : function showTable() { var month= $('#mnth').val(); alert (month); $("#displayTable").load("display.php",{ mnth: month}); } And add your id to your select: <select name="mnth" id="mnth"> Here is the demo my friend.

Categories : PHP

Continuously input JavaScript values into password entry with onclick function?
Use += function myblue() { x=document.getElementById("password"); // Find the element x.value += "w3!"; // add the content } function myred() { x=document.getElementById("password"); // Find the element x.value += "T4"; // add the content }

Categories : PHP

parameter of a function used in turn as parameter of setTimeout function in javascript
var timeout; // Call `f2` with all arguments that was passed to the `f1` function f1 () { var args = arguments; timeout = setTimeout(function () { f2.apply(this, args) }, 200); } Or in this way: // Call `f2` with some params from `f1` function f1 (v1) { timeout = setTimeout(function () { f2(v1) }, 200); } Answer to your question: you couldn't clear the timeout because you execute function immediately.

Categories : Javascript

Apache Wicket : Onclick of a form button, I need to call a small javascript function
Here you have an example Try if yourself HTML: <form id="form" action="#"> <input id="text" type="text"/> <input type="button" onclick="validate()" value="TEST"/> </form> JS: function validate() { var value = document.getElementById("text").value; if (value == "") { alert("you have to write something"); return false; } else document.getElementById("form").submit(); }

Categories : Java

Java: What is the property of a JOptionPane object that prevents clicks below itself?
It is nothing more than a modal JDialog and it's the modality that gives it this property. You cannot replicate this directly without creating and using a modal JDialog as far as I know. You must be sure that the JDialog is set to refer to the correct parent window (often a JFrame) and that its ModalityType is set correctly.

Categories : Java

How to change the display property in a css class using js when user clicks a button
Use getElementsByClassName() instead of getElementById(). You have selector by class name, not by id Or replace class="informal" and class="formal" with id="informa1" etc.

Categories : Javascript

After OnClick is set to null how do I have Onclick behavior again in Javascript
Like this: document.getElementById('clickme').onclick = function(){ alert('clicked'); }; http://jsfiddle.net/pJa9W/

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Is there a way in C# to turn the property into a string containing it's name?
I think this could be helpfull: // This method is called by the Set accessor of each property. // The CallerMemberName attribute that is applied to the optional propertyName // parameter causes the property name of the caller to be substituted as an argument. private void NotifyPropertyChanged([CallerMemberName] String propertyName = "") { if (PropertyChanged != null) { PropertyChanged(this, new PropertyChangedEventArgs(propertyName)); } } Source and more explanation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/de-de/library/system.componentmodel.inotifypropertychanged.aspx And here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/de-de/library/system.runtime.compilerservices.callermembernameattribute.aspx

Categories : C#

Sort javascript array by property or function value
It is considered by most a bad practice to extend native objects like Array. That is what the post you mentioned was getting at. The concern is you do not know how this will effect the behavior of other scripts. Here is an example of a scenario where poorly written caused issues once the array prototype was manipulated. This is a scenario I ran into once on a large code based which was really hard to track down: function BadUseOfForLoop(){ //You should NEVER use a for in loop to iterate over an array //although some people do this and it works until you extend Array var arr = [1,2,3,4]; for (key in arr){ console.log(arr[key]); } } BadUseOfForLoop(); console.log("Extend Array..."); Array.prototype.sortBy = function(){ return "Doesnt matter..."; }; BadUs

Categories : Javascript

javascript function internal scope property
This is the closure concept. It is worded differently here than normal. Basically there are two things going on -- first you have the closure, that is the variables that are declared locally to the context of the function definition are made available to the function. This is the "scope chain" he refers to. In addition, locally defined variables (var statements within the function) don't exist until the function starts at "execution context". (Typically these are stored on the stack or a heap).

Categories : Javascript

How to read in JavaScript on subsequent page?
Well, you dont. When you submit a form it sends the values to a server, and the "server-side" reads that in vbscript as Request (Requested). If you want to let the requested value accessible to the Javascript, your server-side (subsequent) page must write that Request data back to the client-side, in other worlds, you have to write the requested value directily in the HTML that will be send back to the client browser. Ex: In your ASP (Server-Side Subsequent VBScript file) you should write Response.Write ("<script type=""text/javascript"">alert('" & Request("Data") & "')</script>")

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