Wallett: But what is the thing that doesnt look right
Arollo: I will try to conversate with you
Lok: So someone can answer you
Delpriore: Look at the result when you click on the load button here https://jsfiddle.net/07w55tyj/1/
Kan: Then look at here https://jsfiddle.net/baako/07w55tyj/6/
Barbagallo: The first one is the structure i want
Bosa: The second one looks messy
Muresan: Plus accordion doesnt seem to work
Ramiro: Thats you want to add accordion to h3?
Obarr: Yes so that it looks like this https://jsfiddle.net/07w55tyj/1/
Bilby: When the user clicks on the card it expends
Soller: When the click on another it expends and closed the other one
Koso: But there is just one div
Pirtle: I mean there is no seperate div it seems
Goldson: All credits card infos seems in one div instead of three different divs
Pfeifer: Https://jsfiddle.net/baako/hgawhovx/ if you comment out the div id=”test” and one of the closer /div the accordion works but without it, it just put everything into one section
Sakic: Somehow i need to get accordion to start working from h3
Laquay: Baako: did you check accordion work with h3 tag
Fehr: It may work with div only
Mione: For example i am using datepicker
Degirolamo: You can use datepicker with input or div
Gobel: Hellyeah, https://jsfiddle.net/baako/07w55tyj/7/ seem to work for the Pay with debit or credit card
Bramlett: But not for the others
Leonberger: Yes it seems like that
Hollan: NewCardContainer is a div
Fripp: H3 is not surrounded by a div
Fekete: There is no div wrapping card information right now
Meline: Why do you want to use h3?
Grecco: It seems you need to use div
Colmenero: You can use h3 inside div tho
Mickleberry: Baako: do you understand?,
Donndelinger: I’ve got the following jQuery operation that’s causing huge performance issues exponentially. https://gist.github.com/anonymous/bf6f336f4e72d7aed2d44b5645099342
Exantus: Any quick advice before I dig into the source code?
Hurtado: Plus: I still do not think it makes sense to have “table” in a cl*** name.
Castillon: Tuite: I agree, I’m optimizing the performance of a legacy jQuery app.
Fukui: Tuite: Thanks a lot. I got the query down to 64ms from ~25000ms on a table with 1000 rows.
Roxberry: How was it possible to be 25000ms even with the old query o_O ? With 1000 rows?
Butsch: I’m not sure, working on a brand new ‘legacy’ project.
Ruopoli: I mean, I do understand that with the first query all 1000 rows were selected, but still, it’s only 1000 of them.
Friedstrom: Tuite – then maybe you know the answer?
Crupper: Hmm. hold on. Looks like the query Tuite provided is not exactly the same
Selfe: Freannrak – the same as yours? Of course it is not.
Butte: Konrados: You do not need the rows as you won’t find td or th outside of rows.
Francois: Tuite I understand this, but still it’s only 1000 rows. Selecting 1000 is so big deal?
Beuchler: I do not know the specifics but using the space in a selctor is a lot slower than .find.
Pothier: Anyway, thanks a lot guys.
Shilkuski: Tuite I expected the opposite, thanks for the info!
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