Beaton: It’s one row that has a number of cells in them
Schick: That wrap on the screen to multiple rows
Rozon: I thought of splitting everything up into separate rows
Tomka: But I’m using bootstrap’s breakpoint cl***es a lot
Leung: And I don’t think they would still work
Tabuena: Hi. I am trying to hide and show an overlay on mouseover an image using jquery, it works but if i am hovering on the image and the overlay appears it then hides again because i am now hovering over the new element. How can i fix this?
Hepworth: I need to know total width in pixels of text from textarea. How to do this?
Jungbluth: I try to copy textarea value to some div, and then get width of this div.
Bialecki: Why do you need to know that
Lindeland: Sahbeewah: because I need to know how many lines of text are in textarea
Ormerod: Good morning/noon/evening whatever time zone you are in. I’m trying to figure out why a certain css animation triggers twice in sometimes. The animation call happens in jquery. Page in question http://www.gustav.be/prototype/projects/danish-butter/ When using the controls or arrow keys it never repeats but on mousewheel it sometimes freaks out.
Pezzano: Toomus: copy textarea value to a div with the same width as the textarea, then divide resulting div height by line height
Rippey: This chat is a lot more full than I expected
Kemper: Anyways. I’ve got a question that I’m guessing is kind of stupid and basic, but I can’t figure it out. I don’t know much about jQurey aside from basics. I’m trying to append something to one td from another td’s info without using a loop and getting undefined
Schlaack: TripleXero: if possible i strongly recommend to NOT use :contains
Hansmann: It might look like a good idea, but what jquery does in the background is something you should never do
Hirata: TripleXero: i recommend adding a cl*** for that info to the element instead
Mullin: And you can’t append a value from a relative element without a loop
Teti: I did the contains thing because I’m trying to modify a forum that loads new data on scroll and it was re appending things on reload. Is there a better way to avoid that?
Nichter: That is about the cleanest you can get
Martinolli: It would require adding a cl***=”posted” to the trs though
Plainy: Works pretty well, thank you so much. and its adding the changes to the newly loaded data a ton faster too
Umberger: I only really know html and css pretty well but it seems like jquery has a lot of possibilities and is worth learning so i’m just trying to ***** around with it in little projects
Kahahane: TripleXero: ya, i moved it to use native css selectors
Mattas: And yes that makes it a lot faster
Macmanus: On my page I have input type=’submit’ id=’next-btn’ value=’Next’ /, but when I do: jQuery’#next-btn’ it returns: – any idea what I’m doing wrong?
Brodi: Seldon75 I may be remembering wrong now but iirc yuo cant have – in id names? just _
Bartrop: Its been a whiel since ive actually paid attention to selectors ;
Maenner: Lesesne: sure you can use – in ID’s
Marante: Seldon75: show the whole code please
Narkier: Xatenev Ah . . It must just be an old habbit why I use _ then :
Merck: Lesesne: the only rule is that you cant start with a number think
Pelini: Sorry it was my own mistake
Foree: How do you guys use a popup backdrop div?
Ghosh: Do you create on fly before showing the popup?
Sherratt: Or do you already have a hidden div in the page and show it before the popup?
Brody: Its usually included in whatever im using, be it bootstrap or jquery-ui or whatever
Hamburg: Ot, third, do you prepare the popup alreay with a div wrapper that is the backfrop?
Michelin: Because i tried setting up the popup with a wrapper div as backdrop, but i had problems with the “click-on-backdrop-close” funtion