Schifko: Pazician: jquery and the browser works with dom tree, not html
Serres: So you don’t have closingtags
Kraack: Cork: I see, did you read my question and if you did, could you maybe have a solution for me?
Bellefleur: Pazician: i didn’t read the original question no
Berenguer: Cork: Hello everyone. I’ve 4 articles and now I want to add an wrapper before the first article and the last article if there’s more than 4 articles on the page, if there’s not more than 4 articles on the page then it should just ignore it, I’m trying out with .after and the .before but I can’t get it to work out. Also, I want to have the wrappers wrap every 4 article, since I’ve a row of them and I want some margin within every row
Lamirand: Cork: Alright, reading on it now – thank you so much!
Duba: Pazician: so $’article’.wrapAll’section’ for example
Termini: Is it possible, in a custom jquery plugin, to have multiple options, as in, options that pertain to CSS for the targeted object p***ed to the funcvtion, but then also set options for the children of the targeted object, for a gallery plugin kinda thing?
Demore: Cork: Thank you, I’ll try it out
Khatcherian: Why are you a$$hats helping Pazician and not me?
Leonhard: Thats not fair I came first 😛
Rodocker: That won’t get you any help lol
Westen: C0d3n4m3: depends on how you write the plugin
Tanious: Btw. I solved the problem
Delpino: So the user could set options for the targeted element, and then also set options for the children
Golia: C0d3n4m3: plugins can do most anything
Maberry: Though that said, you should keep your css out of js
Godboldt: It should be kept in the stylesheat
Gildore: I was hoping to be able to give the user the option to set the gallery items width/height
Maritato: I see what you mean though
Bowlin: Why not just have the css control that?
Fribley: Provide them with a small .css file with “defaults”
Balis: Then they can change it how ever they want
Pennywell: Nice idea. I was purely doing this in the plugin file, but thinking that way makes it a lot easier. :
Negreta: C0d3n4m3: have a look at how jquery-ui works
Godlove: They have a very clean implementation
Darwin: Ok : I’ll do that now
Rynes: They have one .css file for functionality no look and one set for theming
Scharmann: Js should handle adding dynamic elements and “functionality” the style should be cl***es nothing else
Mabane: Brilliant, I’ll check it out! : Muchos Gracias!
Lamkins: Cork: Alright, I tried the .wrapAll but I can’t get it to work, am I doing something wrong? http://pastebin.com/R0L9fh62
Palek: Pazician: make a jsfiddle including the article elements i don’t care about there content
Poudrier: Pazician: also the if case doesn’t look right
Dold: You want it to only add the wrapper if you have 8 articles?
Seman: I would drop the slice on line 1
Shumay: Cork: I want it to add the wrapper only if there’s more than 4 posts, so it it’s like 5 posts then it should add the wrapper, otherwise no – here’s the jsFiddle https://jsfiddle.net/99egrau3/
Schatzle: Pazician: https://jsfiddle.net/99egrau3/1/
Canny: Your code requires 9+ posts not 5+
Renk: As you first drop the first 4 posts
Kadis: And then check if what you have left is more then 4 posts
Naccarato: Cork: Alright, how can I add it to begin on every 4th posts?
Byars: Cork: Can I use nth-child or is there any other way?
Buttrey: I have textarea and I want to make it submitable with ENTER, but still allow user to make new line with SHIFT+ENTER
Clelland: How to distinguish ENTER and SHIFT+ENTER?