Pastora: Juro: yeah, it doesn’t work with index.html
Calo: So it seems your reference is incorrect?
Zerangue: Yes, but it seems you “are in” some sub directory, so that you need to append the “./” in order to reference the index.html .
Deyoung: Juro: for your question, I think you can use .done
Wedlock: Juro: when I change index.html to ./index.html, it complains
Rohr: Yes, as there is no index.html in the parent directory?
Moulder: Wait, what? this could be it!
Quinerly: Hurry, yeah, I know that – I just don’t know how to create and manipulate the queue .
Chanley: Juro: index.html is in the parent directory
Rauhuff: So ./index.html should work
Warrior: Well, that depends on in what context you are referencing “index.html”
Mosses: Phonegap refers to it as /android_***et
Cardosa: Or it is referred to as
Rohdenburg: I log the current directory, and it shows the directory index.html is in
Ragone: How can I get an array of all attributes of one element?
Heatherington: Preferably filtered, e.g. “data-*”
Kawata: I have some ad-tags that are not async
Speck: I’ve added them inside my own async scripts which will then load them from there
Chisholm: Script src=”loader.js”/script
Blotsky: I’ve added a div id=”ad”/div and loader.js will locate “#ad” and put the tags inside there
Labeots: But, now the problem is that the ads aren’t being loaded with .append nor are they being loaded with .html
Agers: When I put the tags inside do***ent.write with async disabled, it works perfectly fine
Zdanowicz: Anyone have a clue on why they aren’t being loaded with .append/.html but are working perfectly fine with do***ent.write
Sade: PlanC, create a jsfiddle isolating your problem.
Klun: Juro: I might just have found the problem
Fesperman: Going to give it a try and come back with more info
Gala: I think it could be the script/script tags that are causing problems
Lavoy: Going to change it to scr”+”ipt/scr”+”ipt
Draxler: Hi All, I would like some advice on which book to read up on regarding jQuery
Ville: Pickandmix: what would you like to learn?
Duewall: I have some jquery source code that I need to learn how to understand/use
Vandercook: It’s something like a jigsaw puzzle jquery code
Gilvin: Nothing beats the jquery docs which is what the authors use themselves
Courier: So if you want to go really deep into the language and fully understand it then get a book, but otherwise you can just look each function up on the docs
Tautolo: I understand I can kinda use jquery without really learnining it. But I need to implement more features and do some editing. So I really have to understand the code.
Letters: I’m actually trying to understand the code line by line.
Aguiler: That’s like starting at the front of a finnish dictionary and trying to learn the language.
Dyer: Yeah. I know. So I’m actually here to get some direction on how to work on it yeah?
Carthens: Well Jquery is just js
Sherrell: I’m just not cool with all the $.selector ****
Liford: You can say JQuerysomething if you want
Opitz: Yeah I understand that.
Mcninch: Yes, I know both html and CSS.
Hobart: Then jquery is EASY for you. $.csscl***name selects the elements in that cl***
Perillo: I do understand all these kind of.
Betton: In fact, most of the css selectors work
Habash: It’s when like new “terms” coming in
Otterbein: As in like this is the first 3 line of the code.