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mesobius

Member since Jul 13, 2010

Recent Blog Comments By mesobius

  • Using jQuery To Leverage The OnChange Method Of Inputs

    Posted on Sep 8, 2010 at 3:27 AM

    Hi ben, I have a general question about DOM properties, javascript and html tag, but I'm not sure that i'm in the good blog post. if you remember my problem (my "customize" select), I had create a new property of the "standard select", an "autoupdate" property. <select ... autoupdate="#foo, #ba... read more »

  • Using jQuery To Leverage The OnChange Method Of Inputs

    Posted on Aug 16, 2010 at 10:24 AM

    @ben, Hi, I'm back after my holidays. about my problem, it seem's to be more complexe. first, it's because my standard select is deleted after the creation of my custom select, so, the onchange event does not exist yet. second, if I want to affect the onchange event handler with my original onch... read more »

  • Using jQuery To Leverage The OnChange Method Of Inputs

    Posted on Jul 21, 2010 at 2:06 AM

    @Ben Nadel, thanks for your reply, I'll go on holidays (15 days) with no PC :-( I'll give you feedback when I'll come back. thanks for all Ben !... read more »

  • Using jQuery To Leverage The OnChange Method Of Inputs

    Posted on Jul 19, 2010 at 11:19 AM

    example : imagine in your code below (your tuto) just replace your <input> like that : # <input type="text" id="d1" value="" onchange='$(this).css("color","#FF00FF") '/> then in your initpage function : # function InitPage(){ # var jInput = $( ":input" ); # # // Bind the onchange... read more »

  • Using jQuery To Leverage The OnChange Method Of Inputs

    Posted on Jul 19, 2010 at 11:00 AM

    Hi Ben it's not a plugin, It's my own code to replace the core select. I customize my design, in my html page: first : i place a standard select with an onchange event then, I call my javascript code to replace this core select by my own drawing select. but I want to re-use the onchange script ... read more »

  • Using jQuery To Leverage The OnChange Method Of Inputs

    Posted on Jul 13, 2010 at 3:25 AM

    Hi ben, I trying to redirect onchange to change() trigger, but I don't find information about that. just imagine : i have a <select id="myselect" onChange="a script" > ...</select> I just use Jquery to replace this select by my own select (with div input img, etc...) and then delete th... read more »