^ Almost. I mean, yes, but it doesn’t seem to work with what I’m doing. The jQuery I’m using are not legitimate ajax calls, just showing and hiding divs already on the page.
It appends the hash and number, but when I click back it just removes the hash, doesn’t go back to the previously shown div.
I assume the lack of replies here is a lack of knowledge/possibility and not a lack of understanding? I wish this was possible.
Hey, small issue. I’m using jQuery to show and hide divs to simulate page changes via regular nav links. Each page has a table of image links.
Lets say I’m on the main page and click page 1 (fade in, cooool), page 2 (fade in, cooool). Click link to new page. When I click back, I want to return to “page two”. Is there a simple (or not) way to acheive this?
It’s a client project, otherwise I’d just post the link. I’m looking for more of a round about “this is the process I use to troubleshoot issues like this”.
Typically, I’ll restructure my code to solve FF/IE issues. Hope that works for these issues!
For all you XHTML /CSS people -
I’ve got, for the first time, several FF/Safari/Camino issues while having NO issues on FF and IE on windows. I do not have a Mac, but my client does. I have friends/family that have Macs, but aside from borrowing one, is there a typical way to go about this issue?
Is there a Mac work around like the “if ie” work around?
I’ve got some FF on OSX issues, but I work on a PC. I know I can use websites like browser shots to see it fail, but is there a way to emulate a mac environment on a pc so I can guess and check for solutions?
I’ve had the SAME exact issue, and I’ve completely stopped uploading to be honest. I’m sick of spending time not ripping off elements and truly starting from scratch and having it be denied. Just sticking with scratch designs for clients… and they love ‘em so.. whatever.
Seriously though, Theme Forest. This place could be much better if there were legitimately varying designs.
I’m setting up delete links using jQuery’s post function. I heard, though, that using a link for a delete button is a dangerous thing to do, because a spider can follow the link and delete your content. Thus, a forum submit button – styled like a link – is the better way to go.
Is that true?
I’ve got an image rotater among a bunch of other things on my page. When the page is loading, everything is shown (all the images in the rotater, etc). When the page is finished loading, everything snaps into place.
Is there a way to prevent that?