Nice solution for hiding all visible DIV elements on the page, then restoring only the ones that were visible before



I'm trying to make a jQuery script that will hide all the visible elements on the page,
and then after someone hits a button, make all the elements that were hidden appear again.


I know I can use the .is(':visible') selector on every single divider and store the ones that are visible, then use .hide(); on all of those. Finally, I know I can then use .show(); on them again when someone clicks my button.


But I was wondering if there is a nicer way to do this.


I imagine hiding all elements in one sweep won't be a big problem (possibly something like $(document).hide() wil


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Nice solution for hiding all visible DIV elements on the page, then restoring only the ones that were visible before
Programming Languages

I'm trying to make a jQuery script that will hide all the visible elements on the page,
and then after someone hits a button, make all the elements that were hidden appear again.


I know I can use the .is(':visible') selector on every single divider and store the ones that are visible, then use .hide(); on all of those. Finally, I know I can then use .show(); on them again when someone clicks my button.


But I was wondering if there is a nicer way to do this.


I imagine hiding all elements in one sweep won't be a big problem (possibly something like $(document).hide() wil

ONLY Visible Div form elements will get submitted
Programming Languages

I have used a JavaScript to hide the DIVs containing form elements....


<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
function showMe (it, box) {
var vis = (box.checked) ? "block" : "none";
document.getElementById(it).style.display = vis;
}
//-->
</script>

When certain checkbox(s) are selected the respective DIV(s) are shown or get visible.....


<form>
<input type="checkbox" name="modtype" value="value1" onclick="showMe('div1', this)" />value1
<input type="checkbox" name="modtype" value="value2" onclick="showMe('div2', this)" />v
Positioning elements along the visible border of a parent div
Programming Languages

I've not been able to find anything on this topic, oddly; I figured it'd be a pretty common issue!


What I've got is a parent div with a border-radius to make the div circular. Nested in that div, I've got several child divs that I would like:


Positioned directly on the visible circular borders (as opposed to the invisible square "border" that surrounds the div -- this jsFiddle hopefully will clarify what I'm trying to say here).
In addition, I'd like to be able to precisely position the child divs along different points of this border (so, something like "position childDiv1 at the 90deg position [or the 105deg position, 120deg
hiding a form depending if its visible or not, :visible check is not working
Programming Languages

I have this code to check if a span is hidden or visible depending on the value it will show or hide, the event is triggered when a user clicks a button:


$('form').on('click', '#agregar', function(){
// var p = $('#panel');
//var a = $('#agregar');
if($('#panel').is(':visible')){
$('#panel').hide();
$('#agregar').val('Mostrar Forma');
alert('ocultar');
}else {
//if($('#panel').is(':hidden')){
$('#panel').show();
$('#agregar').val('Ocultar Forma');
alert('mostrar');
}
});

the problem is that even if its visible it will never hide it

Hiding Div on when other div gets visible
Programming Languages

I have a code below in my aspx page:


<div id="FormContainer">
<div id="leftSection">
<h1>
Contact Us</h1>
<div id="intro">
<p>
Contact PLI</p>
<p>
&nbsp;</p>
</div>
<esp:contactus id="ContactUs" runat="server" />
</div>
</div>

And some code which com

Why can't .next('li:visible') or .prev('li:visible') not skip invisible elements?
Programming Languages

I am making a selection control that displays a list of options in an 'li' and allows the user to scroll up and down through the li's. Since the li's can be filtered sometimes they will be rendered invisible through a '.hide' giving me the following markup:


<input type="text" id="comboBox" />
<ul id="comboBoxData">
<li style="display:none">1</li>
<li>12</li>
<li>123</li>
<li>1234</li>
<li style="display:none">12345</li>
<li style="display:none">123456</li>
<li>1234567</li>
<li>1234

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