Move JQuery Data() When An Element Is Destroyed And Re-created?
Mar 30, 2010
Can anyone think of a (preferably quick) way to move the data() attached to a DOM element to a new instance of itself?
The lightbox plugin I'm using deletes and re-appends and element to the page in order to display it in the lightbox (to aviod the multiple-ids issue that ASP.net has), and obviously the .data() that is attached to the element is lost when this happens.
I would like to select an element that is in the same TR as another element I found with a selector. The selector itself: $("input[name='sMessageValue']","#messageTable") Now I have this element and got its value I would like to find a checkbox located in the same TR, i tried this as starting point : $(this).(':parent').val(). But seems not the right thing to do.
I want to bind an event to a certain class and ID for when matching objects are created in the DOM.I am doing this as I have some jQuery code in an ASP UpdatePanel, which causes the DOM to be re-loaded on its partial postback. I have reset the events with live(), however I need to call a 2 line initialisation function as soon as the elements are created.Is there any way to attach this to live(), or some other jQuery function, or will I have to write code to do this myself?
My web page has two ways of displaying a particular content. 1. When the page is loaded, the items ( images with anchor tag) are generated using ASP Repeater. 2. When user perform some Ajax action, the images are returned as JSON and I use jQuery for creating the a & img tags.In both these methods, the anchor tags with images are displayed with width 60px. There is no CSS class applied. But strangely the display is not consistent. Here is the both displays:I wonder why this difference occur. I check this with all browsers ( IE,FF& chrome) and all behave the same. Here is my jQuery code:
I am working on some document management system, in that user need to do comments on the image, i have div tag with textbox control, i want that div tag like mobavle. Also, they want to do singing / stamping over the image.i am planing use draggable div tag with image control.is it possible to move the div accross the image?if scroll bar(vertical & horizontal) comes what will happen? how to get the dragged co-ordinates after the drag?
So what changes should i make to the jquery.openid.js to make it work?
I mean in the first case the $this refers to form.openid:eq(0) In the second case the $this refers to #text.openidd and the form is never submitted.
I guess something like this one $this.FindParentForm exists in JQUERY, but i have no clue!
I added the div tag as enclosure for the elements. The form contains other <li>'s etc that jquery messes with. And i would not like that! That's why in my post i believe that the work has to be done in the jquery.openid.js file... something like
I am trying to auto fill city and state value after user typing 5-digit zip code. The Ajax part works perfectly, the problem is I have two sets of zip/city/state fields in one web page. I searched this issue for quite a while, using next(),nextAll() even slice(), none of them work in my situation.
Web page related part:
After using Ajax function I get returned value for city and state. For each city textbox I give a "city" class, for each state dropdownlist I give a "state" class. I wonder how can I put those value into right position?
i am developing an ASP.NET website with a master page,i want to get an element in masterpage from another page inheriting the master page i know how to do this in c#, but i want to make this from jquery.
I have an containing a list of divs that jQuery turns into progress bars. On .ready, I build a list of all of these progress bars and for each one, call a webservice that gets a value indicating how full the progress bar should be. In order to do this, I need to pass the ID of the div to the web service.
Because the divs are inside a ListView, I manually set the id to be id="completionbar_<%# Eval("MilestoneID") %>"
However, when I pass this id into my web service, it comes up as "undefined" every time. When I view the source, it looks like it's set correctly.