I've got a form and I want to display the GET URL string (querystring) of it when a user presses submit. This is so they can access it directly instead of posting the form.
Is there something else I can do to break the following into two element arrays? blah\t\t\tblah blah\tblah
Is there any clever tool to see which event-listeners are tied to a element?
How do I .slideDown each element inside another? I've tried .each() but it didn't work
Is there a way to relocate a whole element and all its children using jquery?
Is there no way to modify form element parameters? I want to add the autocomplete parameter to a text input
Can I have .mousemove() inside .mousedown()? So the that an element only moves if the mouse is clicked
How do I get the second TD element inside $('tr.phone:last') ?
Is it possible to create an element without using < or > ?
How can I select a fieldset element with the id "supertags[info][interests]"? $('fieldset#supertags[info][interests]') doesn't seem to work.
Is it possible to calculate the height of an hidden element?
Is there a way to recursively get children? i.e. I element.children('.className') even if theyre not a direct child (could be a great or grand child )
Is there a way to determine if an element has any jquery bindings to it?
What's the canonical way to return nth matched element as a jquery object? $($("ul li").get(n)) doesn't look pretty
How do I call addClass on an eventobject? I tried el.target.addClass but I think target is the dom element and not the jquery object
How can I check whether a class exists within a certain element tree? I want to hide an entire div if it somewhere contains an element with a certain class. pls help
If an element doesn't exist, is that the same as false or is it null?
How do I pass an array to an element? $this->element('myelement',array('myvar'=>array('a','b','c'), 'var2'=>'xyz')) in the element $myvar seems to be null where as $var2 is set.
How can I get the numerical value of "line-height"? $(element).css('line-height') returns a nice value in FF, but "normal" in IE
Is it possible to serialize a form based on the id of each element? I have a function that serializes by name, but when I change the syntax to this.id, the functions fails.
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