Mattila: Complex stuff is what people try to do with it
Steege: Hi guys, I have div element with 4 hidden inputs with cl***es .a, .b, .c, .d cl***es inside. The div element is stored in the ‘this’ variable. How can I get value of hidden input with “.a” cl*** easiest way?
Mattila: Is the cl*** literally ‘.a’?
Mollura: Yeah, it’s cl***=”a” inside of div element
Bryson: Mattila: thank u very much, .find method what I was looking for :
Berkey: Hey guys, can you check my fiddle out? http://jsfiddle.net/j5kmwvny/12/ – I’m trying to highlight squares based on mouse drag. There seems to be a mismatch with the mouse position I’m getting relative to the main UL and the LI square position relative to the main UL. It works without all the extra stuff above
Betenson: I’ve got it working using screen relative positions like so http://jsfiddle.net/j5kmwvny/13/ but I’d rather do it relative to the element if possible
Benassi: I’m using $.Callbacks’stopOnFalse’, but I’m wondering if there’s a way to tell when an attached function does return false
Virostko: Tuskkk___: as long as the do***ent the original page isn’t unloaded, js variables says around
Ichikawa: Hello, why does this not work? I want it to just view one post not all of them when clicked on “expand” – also, I want the icon to change when it’s on wider screens or smaller ones, the cl*** should be added and removed on resize https://jsfiddle.net/ftj4tyhw/
Neufville: Hi folks. I’m getting a jquery344354353_53454353 is not a function from my jsonp request when the api returns after the timeout I set. I was told to wrap the function with try-catch so I can capture the error “Uncaught TypeError”
Gessel: Hi guys. I need your help.
Schrock: Previously I asked about calling a function dynamically
Yamanaka: Did I miss something?
Cawon: However, the function is dynamically created by JQuery. So how will I wrap that callback?
Geanopulos: Hello, why does this not work? I want it to just view one post not all of them when clicked on “expand” – also, I want the icon to change when it’s on wider screens or smaller ones, the cl*** should be added and removed on resize https://jsfiddle.net/ftj4tyhw/
Federico: Zumba_ad_: how are you making the call?
Shadley: It works often but starts to fail when our api returns the response beyond the timeout I specified
Guerinot: Vanbecelaere: it is the same time as last time we talked about similar problem
Delaguardia: Vanbecelaere: your toggling all of them as projInfo is $’.project-info’
Mccarraher: Vanbecelaere: instead you need to find the project-info related to the toggle
Blay: Zumba_ad_: hmm it might be that jquery cleans up the function when it timesout
Engelhard: It cleans out the function once it reaches the timeout period
Raymo: Zumba_ad_: it isn’t jquery that complains
Taiwo: Well ya, or rather the jsonp js content
Kuhtz: Zumba_ad_: have you through about using cors instead of the jsonp hack?
Seats: Or do you need old ie support?
Heitz: Cork: I tried like this but it doesn’t workout: https://jsfiddle.net/ftj4tyhw/
Chhom: Zumba_ad_: well you could just raise the timeout i guess
Soderblom: Cork: Sorry, https://jsfiddle.net/ftj4tyhw/2/
Isiminger: That’s what I did and it’s working great but if that appears again, the Uncaught TypeError will be displayed again