Is there a way to reference a different child element of the same parent element of $(this) in jQuery?


So if I had an input element in a certain div and another input
element in that same div, is there a way I could reference that second
input element from a $(this) that came from a change event of the
first input element? This way I could have an infinite number of
possible divs but each change would only effect the second element of
that is sharing the div with the first element (which called the
change event)?

So if I had an input element in a certain div and another input
element in that same div, is there a way I could reference that second
input element from a $(this) that came from a change event of the
first input element? This way I could have an infinite number of
possible divs but each change would only effect the second element of
that is sharing the div with the first element (which called the
change event)?

Programming Languages

I trying to create an "edit in place" table cell. You click an edit
link, and a text area appears in its place. I also only want to
display the edit link when I hover over the table row. The problem I'm
having with the following code is that the edit link always appears
when you hover over the table row. How can I make it so that the
hiding/showing, only happens when you are not currently
editing.


HTML:


<td><a
class="edit">Edit</a> $100</td>
/>

jQuery:


$(document).ready(function(){

$('a.edit').hide();
$('tr').hover(
function()
Programming Languages

I have a div containing several other divs containing an image. It
looks smth like this


<div id="parentHldr">

<div class="imgHldr"><img src="foo/bar.png"
id="1"></div>
<div class="imgHldr"><img
src="foo/bar.png" id="2"></div>
<div
class="imgHldr"><img src="foo/bar.png" id="3"></div> /> <div class="imgHldr active"<img src="foo/bar.png"
id="4"></div>
<div class="imgHldr"><img
src="foo/bar.png" id="5"></div>
<div
class="imgHldr"><img src="foo/bar.png" id="6"></div> /></div>

I want t

Programming Languages

I inherited a web application that makes calls to a web service. It
is being developed in VS2008 SP1 and deployed to IIS6 (2k3 Server
R2).


Since I upgraded to Windows 7 Enterprise RTM, the
following line gets added to my Web.config:

/><extendedProtectionPolicy policyEnforcement="Never"
/>

The problem is that when I deploy this
application to my web server I get the following error:

/>

The element 'transport' cannot contain child element
'extendedProtectionPolicy' because the parent element's content model
is empty


I can remove the line and it will work, but its a
pain and I fo

Programming Languages

I make some code width jquery My goal is add lists under the #pivot
and above <li><a
href="#">bottom</a></li>
How to do??



When I tried like this the only <li><a
href="#"></a></li>
added without text "new
row"



Please teach me



HTML



<li><a href="#">top</a></li>
<li id="pivot"><a href="#">Pivot</a></li>
<li><a href="#">bottom</a></li>


Javascript



var dom = '<li><a
href="#"></a></li>';
$('a',dom).text('new row');
$('#pivot').after(dom);
Web Development

Its hard to make title for this issue.



Please check this fiddle href="http://jsfiddle.net/Nisarg_tatva/op9ny7a6/8"
rel="nofollow">http://jsfiddle.net/Nisarg_tatva/op9ny7a6/8



In this fiddle I am getting one issue. Let me describe



When I drag any element contains "N" to other
<td> is working good. but after that when I try to
drag any element to it's original position is not working.



My expectation : when any element is moved to
other place then old place must be allow to accept other element.

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