I am working on the JQuery accordion control. My accordion has upto 8 panels that i need to display when the pageload happens. From those panels i have 2 panels that i need to show based on the provider type. that is., If (ProviderType == "Prime") then hide panel2 Else hide panel3. ex: panel1, panel2/panel3, panel4, panel5, panel6, panel7, panel8. So my question is, I am actually new to this JQuery and I am not sure how to hide the panel content with the headers as well. I dont even want to show the header(i.e., panel2/Panel3) So,I have to display only panel1, panel2, panel4, panel5, panel6, panel7, panel8 (if providertype is prime)
have several Accordion panel and each one contains a datalist of hyperlinks, that when clicked will append a querystring to the current URL. What I'm trying to do is after the pages reloads or after clicking a hyperlink I want that datalist together wit its corresponding accordion panel gone. I'm using a single file for the markup and code btw.
I am creating an accordion, and I want to dynamically set the height of each panel in the accordion. It seems though that each panel has to have the same height, as when I have changed the height of one of the panels, the other panels change to the same height.I have been setting the height of the table object in the div to do this.Is it possible to give each accordion panel a separate height, and if so how?
I have a panel at the top of my page which contains some cascading dropdown lists. Once the user selects from the lists, they will click a 'Search' asp.net button and a gridview will appear below showing the search results. What I want to do is use JQuery to toggle the visibility of the search panel. I tried using the Ajax collapsiblepanelextender but ran into all kinds of problems, because there are many updatepanels and ajax extension controls on this page. It sounds so simple, just hide or show, but I can't get it to work. When I click the button, the panel hides. When I click it again, the panel does not reappear. I have also tried having 2 buttons, 'hide' and 'show', and had the same results. right now here is my code:
i am creating a menu which has the below structure. what i would like to do is use a jquery ui accordion control.
can i place an accordion in an accordion?... i.e. menu 1 expands out in an accordion and then the sub menus in menu 1 need to expand out in another accordion.
menu 1 sub menu of the menu 1 menu item menu item menu item sub menu of the menu 1 sub menu of the menu 1 menu 2 sub menu of the menu 2 menu item menu item menu item sub menu of the menu 2 sub menu of the menu 2
I have 2 update panels where the server-side button (in a jQuery accordion) in the first update panel should update the second update panel.When the button is clicked, jQuery hides the accordion and displays a results div. This all works fine client side to be fair to IE. The server-side onclick event does not fire though in IE. In Firefox it does! The first update panel is displayed below, here the "btnGenerateReport" event should fire server side.
To add confusion ... if I comment out '$accordion.toggle($effect);' lines then the second update panel does get updated.I'm not sure what other information I can give here. I'm stumped as to why this works with Firefox and not IE.
I am using a jQuery Star Rating plugin to provide rating feature inside a List-view control. The control is placed inside an update panel. The 'rating' appears for each record List-view. Below is the code.
Function for converting asp:Linkbutton to "5 star rating"
within Accordion pane i have 3 textbox and 3 DDL, when i click the button(this button is outside of the acccordion) it has to read the data from the Txt and DDl's but its not read the data, if the Txt, DDL outside of accordion then its reading the data.how to read the input control data within Accordion using JQuery?
Trying to find all the .js and css needed(only needed the .min Jquery till now) and i have made a simple accordion. I'm trying to have an accordion pane that when clicked will close any expanded accordion pane.
I have a jquery accordion on an asp.net aspx weppage. Inside the panes, I have asp.net buttons. When I click on the button, the pane I was in, closes and reloads the page, defaulting to the first pane. I don't mind the reload, but is there a way to keep the current pane open after the reload. Right now, I am just calling accordion() on a div with the id of accordion.
I have an asp.net aspx page and on that page I have a hidden input field with and id of paneIndex. However, when I load the page, the alert shows index 1 which is correct on the first load, but if I open up pane 3 for example, the alert shows 1 still. Am I doing something wrong?
How can I get the active index of the jquery accordion pane when a button is clicked? What I want to do is when a button is clicked in pane 3 for example, I want to store that value and when the page is reloaded, I want pane 3 to remain open.
I intially had this in my server side click and when I hard code a value in for paneIndex it works fine, but obviously, I don't want to do this, I want to get the index on the click and pass that to the script.