Mark got it almost right except that there is a space after content. "#myElementContent .myElementImage"
This selector will select all elements that have their id attribute set to myElementContent and have an entry of myElementImage in their class attribute. This will be so if element.id == "myElement".
Hi every body,
ANy one tried implementing search functionality in Ext.ux.maximgb.treegrid.GridPanel .?
i m using treegrid i need to implement search functionality..
as i m new to ext js dont know how to proceed.
any one know how to implement.?
if any one have tried it then plz post code or the plugin (as grid-filter plugin I have).
and I need the full path for the selected file. In IE, I can get this, but in Firefox it returns only the filename part. Is there a way to get the full path?
I know somebody gonna say I don't need it to upload a file, but I'm not uploading a file to a remote server and I really do need the local path. My page is passing the local path to a locally running self-hosted WCF server that then passes the path to another application with will actually load the file. Without the full path, the application will treat the path as relative to whatever its current directory is, which obviously fails most of the time.
Thanks for the reply, but I think that is trying to do the opposite of what I'm trying to do. Your links are looking to remove the path from IE so that you have only the filename. I want to do the opposite, get the path in Firefox.
I develop a website with c# langage and Javascrip. It is opened with IE navigator well but in FireFox, most pages are not opened. How can I make my JS code compatible with Firefox navigator?
I work with the EXT JS Framework, but some instructions differ from browser to browser.So if i develop a version of my application for each browser, that will be sooooo expensive in the two sides time and code.
I've made a <form> with an <input> for a new category. Once the category is entered I need to enter an unknown number of sub-items.
The onClick [+] button should at least have one parameter that enables me to change the input type into e.g. select
For example, I have this:
var url = 'http://localhost:8003/Service/Rest';
var client = new XMLHttpRequest();
client.open("GET", url + "/MyFunction1", false);
if (client.status == 200)
Then I have a simple button on my webpage that calls the function in it's onclick.
In Firefox, I can see from my server app that the function gets called on the server, but I never see the success or failure messages in the browser. Opening up the web console in Firefox, I can see the following error:
In IE, I first get a warning about ActiveX components when loading the page (not sure why) and after that it seems to work (including the success pop-up) for a couple of clicks until the server seemed to stop responding although the success pop-up continued to appear.
Any help here would be appreciated.
[Side note: I started off with a SOAP server and tried to use SoapClient, but I couldn't get that to work at all. I got the same NS_ERROR_FAILURE but without the server doing anything, so I gave up on it and decided to try implementing REST as well as SOAP on my server]