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  1. Hello all, I developed pop-out slider menu that builds itself from the CSS rules and HTML content. Unfortunately I designed it around a $('.menuElement .uniqueMenuClass') strategy. Basically I have a handful of menus that do the same thing but with multiple copies of the pop-out menu script plugin with renamed '.uniqueMenuClass' for the respective menus. Example: $('.sliderMenu .menuOne').ready(function buildSlider(){ var sliderWidth = $('.sliderMenuElement .menuOne').width(); // A series of CSS dependent variables... $('.sliderMenuElement .menuOne').mouseenter(function animatedStuff(){
  2. Also, is there a trick to searching with the forum's search bar? when I put in 'cookie' it returned nothing... I've yet for the forum search to return any matches that I type in
  3. Scientist, I see what you're saying with googling. It is how I've found out much of what the deal is. I suppose where I get caught up is as a novice you don't always know what to look for or where... I somehow missed the part on their being 'global functions' all apart of the learning curve I suppose.I guess I just get lazy when there's a 'lesson plan' in front of me and I want there to be an anchor to every question I have within the lesson. :-P
  4. Okay, I understand what it does, but I'm having troubles understanding the process of the set/getCookie functions given as examples in the w3schools tutorial.I'm a jQuery junkie trying to ramp up to serious scripting (eventually with Ajax and PHP as its becoming apparent). While the school lessons have been invaluable I notice they don't always have a comprehensive list of objects, methods, or actions that can be done. For instance in the Cookie examples, how where does 'exdays' get defined, what do escape() and unescape() do, etc. I understand parts but others seem completely unexplained. Are
  5. Hello All, So you frequently see reductions with commonly used objects such as: var $this = $(this)//Or....var $objectName = $('.className') Is there any places or reason why you would chose to use the $ before the var name to create an object as oppose to just making a normal variable? I'm looking to find and replace the objects with these sorts of variables to reduce file size, make it easier to read, and hopefully speed up load time but to check with experts before I potentially F#$! up my work. Thoughts? Also, any thoughts on how to structure code (in general) to run most efficiently w
  6. Hello All, Is there any sort of tag that will open a default phone application like Skype. A tag similar to mailto or webcal? if not what sort of web language could access a computer directory to find and open it? Thanks!
  7. UPDATE: I have finally figured it out. It's taken me a bit of time to realize how often you have to redefine a variable within the function for something like that. If anyone else is interested I'll keep following the post and reply with a sample.
  8. Oh crap I forgot about that. I'll figure it out once I get there, haha, maybe some creative selectors or something. We'll see.
  9. You are right about needing to remove active once going through other thumb widgets. I didn't it in my sample, but I intend to .focus the respective widget elements upon becoming '.active' and a function for .blur() to removeClass. That way when you click the next thumb it will automatically toggle the '.active' class appropriately. I read that if you insert the tabindex attribute into the elements it will enable this focus/blur ability on just about any element.This'll also end up being really useful if I decide to add previous/next buttons within the widget to toggle classes in order of the
  10. I have a div animated by incremented margin-left when the user clicks a button. I would like to force the animation to stop at a specific margin-left value and callback a different animation. So if the user tries to click too far it prevents them from doing so. Suggestions? I'd like to do it with margin because it'd be easier to edit later, but if I have to use .position.left as a variable, I'll take the code for that just as well. Here's a wacky selector I tried, to no avail, if it helps convey my intention: $('.slidingDiv[style*=margin-left:80px]').stop().animate(.....); I didn't bind it to
  11. If I'm correct, this would accomplish the same task as well, right? $('.slide.thumb').click(function(){ var clickedItemID = $(this).attr('id'); $('widget.thumb'+clickedItemID, '.lrgImage'+clickedItemID).addClass('.active');}); After the slide thumb is clicked the widget z-indexes over the slide element and they are thus irrelevant, so needing to strip the '.slide' class seems unnecessary. There any reason why the above code would be disagreeable?
  12. dsonesku: I don't put spaces between classes because I've been compounding classes to style and select different groups in my style sheet and the script. It's my understanding that a space implies that it would select all thumbs and all gallery items. I use these compound classes to differentiate between thumbs in one menu and thumbs in another.Forgive my ignorance but to be sure, you're using that last line: $('.thumb .widget img.'+clickedItem).show(); to select the appropriate id based off the variable, yes? If so, that's really the part I needed. The rest of the script looks like it's set
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