[jQuery] Re: Seperate Ajax

2007-04-02 Thread John Resig
If you only want to call one, then just provide it as the callback to your main Ajax call. .ajaxStart() is designed to work globally, whereas calling .attr() just before you make an Ajax call would work for that immediate call. --John On 4/2/07, ronaldo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I

[jQuery] Re: HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE?

2007-04-03 Thread John Resig
I've changed your settings so that you no longer receive emails. Sorry for the hassle. On 4/3/07, Jquery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: HOW TO UNSCRIPBE??? I DON'T FOUND INSTRUCTIONS. My account was created one or two months ago, when the discussion system wasn't from Google Groups and now i'm

[jQuery] Re: Ajax Experience SF

2007-04-04 Thread John Resig
Yeah, neither the price, nor the full schedule has been announced yet. And it appears as if the old conference site is gone. I gave two talks at the last one, here in Boston, and it went quite well. There's lots of talk on libraries, and lots of big-wig presenters (Mozilla, Microsoft, etc.). I

[jQuery] Re: Web2.0 Expo Free Passes and Discounts

2007-04-04 Thread John Resig
planned. John Resig (the father of jQuery) will be on a panel with guys from Dojo, Yahoo, and Google talking about Ajax Frameworks. It should be interesting to see. As a participant in the event, I have a promo code to give out that will get FREE passes to the expo floor and some of the sessions

[jQuery] Re: Something that bugs me about the google groups messages...

2007-04-04 Thread John Resig
There's no options for something like that. I'm not sure why that's happening. --John On 4/4/07, Rick Faircloth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'll have to check and see if there's some way in Outlook to stop the addition of the Re: before the subject line... I wonder if there's any way to set

[jQuery] Re: problems with the starterkit

2007-04-05 Thread John Resig
$(#form).reset() should work if it is a correct form. (We attempt to trigger the default event wherever possible.) O wow, I just opened up the starterfile zip - it uses a version of jQuery that's pre-dates jQuery 1.0! Yikes. No wonder the code was acting strange for you. JJ - Try using

[jQuery] Re: IE XML parsing problem

2007-04-10 Thread John Resig
Joern committed a patch for this the other day: http://dev.jquery.com/browser/trunk/plugins/metadata/lib/jQuery/metadata.js I hope this helps! --John On 4/10/07, Marshall Salinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Diego A. wrote: I've been fighting with this bug too and I believe I've found the

[jQuery] Re: .find() works in 1.1.2 but not 1.0.4?

2007-04-12 Thread John Resig
You have to remember that .find() in 1.1 is destructive, so anything you do a .find() you're changing the state of 'year', even if you're not assigning back to it. (This was changed for obvious reasons.) Additionally, to get the first item you can just do :first, which is easier, it seems.

[jQuery] Re: .find() works in 1.1.2 but not 1.0.4?

2007-04-13 Thread John Resig
Probably the easiest way to duplicate what you're trying to do, in both versions of jQuery, is to wrap the jQuery object in another: y = $(year).find('option:eq(1)').val(); that should protect it. --John On 4/13/07, m3avrck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ah yes, I'm trying to make this work in

[jQuery] Re: IE will not eval this: eval(function(){alert('iesucks')})() Any ideas?

2007-04-15 Thread John Resig
I might be missing something, but this seems like a case where you would want to do this: (new Function(alert('iesucks')))() it's a little cleaner that way too. --John On 4/14/07, Diego A. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And for those who don't get what's going on...

[jQuery] Re: find.click vs bind(click)

2007-04-17 Thread John Resig
Do you have an example with a full page, there's probably another issue here. --John On 4/17/07, Shelane Enos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I changed to this: function loadEdit(){ var linkval = $j('#edit').attr(href); $j('#jobinfo').load(linkval); return false; } And added the

[jQuery] Re: Web2.0 Expo

2007-04-18 Thread John Resig
Yep - I'll be there. I'm busy during lunch (and the panel, which is just after lunch). If someone wants to do something in place of the last session/break - let me know! My cell phone # is here: http://ejohn.org/about/ --John On 4/17/07, Erik Beeson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John is on a

[jQuery] Re: jQuery Powered Sites - More Sites Added.

2007-04-18 Thread John Resig
It doesn't appear to be that significant, considering every major library is located in the same directory as jQuery: http://svn.zope.org/z3c.javascript/trunk/src/z3c/javascript/ --John On 4/18/07, Kenneth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am not sure if this qualifies for the list, and I was unable

[jQuery] Re: jQuery Powered Sites - More Sites Added.

2007-04-19 Thread John Resig
Very very nice work! --John On 4/19/07, Theo Welch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, I just completed a Photography exhibit that is within the U.S. National Archives' website. It uses jQuery extensively and has some pretty good photos in it too. :) http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/twww/ It

[jQuery] Re: jQuery 1.1.3a / 1.2 ?

2007-04-19 Thread John Resig
I've been doing a lot of traveling (past 10 days), and now I'm sick. Maybe this weekend, but I'm not completely sure. In your case, I don't think the escaping will solve the : issue - since : denotes a namespace (and I'm fairly certain that it isn't treated identically in all browsers). Travel

[jQuery] Re: New Travel Site using jquery

2007-04-25 Thread John Resig
Do you have a URL for us?

[jQuery] Re: Estimated 1.1.3 release date?

2007-04-26 Thread John Resig
I'm hoping soon - I've been quite busy (and sick) - combined with a number of personal issues. I wanna finish it up and get it out ASAP since there's a number of improvements in this release. --John On 4/26/07, MikeR [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any estimated date range? On Apr 26,

[jQuery] Re: Estimated 1.1.3 release date?

2007-04-26 Thread John Resig
John! Wow :) Did not expect you to chime in on this! No problem - I'm busy at the moment, but I still like to watch out for meta-problems (site issues, releases dates, etc.) First thing's first... I bought your book Pro Javascript Techniques (published 2006?).. and my respect and

[jQuery] Re: $(...).children() vs $().childNodes()

2007-04-27 Thread John Resig
If you wanted to do it right, you'd want to do something like this: jQuery.fn.childNodes = function() { return this.pushStack( jQuery.map( this, jQuery.makeArray(a.childNodes) ) ); }; HUGE WARNING! (this is why we don't include this method in jQuery right now) jQuery does not expect itself

[jQuery] Re: behaviors?

2007-04-30 Thread John Resig
/behavior/test/test.html -- Brandon Aaron On 4/26/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: .behavior() does not exist - but it could (without too much effort) the current solution with jQuery is shown in the previous slide (which is, unfortunately, rather verbose). I hope that it'll exist one day

[jQuery] Re: ANN: jQuery-Powered Sites: The List Continues to Grow

2007-05-04 Thread John Resig
Rey - It's fine to add it, it's a business - we already have a number of other web development/design firms on the list. --John On 5/4/07, Rey Bango [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Kevin, One of the things that we're trying to do on that page is focus on actual consumer driven sites as

[jQuery] Re: Jquery: New app and this article

2007-05-04 Thread John Resig
I don't think he has anything to do with name. Dr. Dobbs is a business-centric programming magazine. They focus completely on .NET and Java. jQuery, generally speaking, doesn't have wide-spread love in corporate environments (it doesn't look like .NET or Java - whereas Dojo and YUI generally

[jQuery] Re: Jquery: New app and this article

2007-05-04 Thread John Resig
. --John On 5/4/07, Matt Stith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Personally i like the relativaly small community that jQuery has, its easier to identfiy people and the mailing list doesnt get thousands of emails per day. On 5/4/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't think he has anything to do

[jQuery] Re: Where and how to download jQuery?

2007-05-07 Thread John Resig
Any links for a donation page to help soften the economic burden of moving to a new provider? Well, I'm not sure what pages are up, or down, right now. But try going to jquery.com - hopefully there'll be something there that'll let you donate :-) --John

[jQuery] Re: Where can I download JQuery Ajax Form plugin

2007-05-07 Thread John Resig
The dev site is down currently, it'll hopefully be back up sometime today. Sorry for the hassle. --John On 5/8/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I went to this site http://www.malsup.com/jquery/form/#download trying to download the plugin but it looks like the file was moved.

[jQuery] Re: MooTools 1.1

2007-05-08 Thread John Resig
I agree - they did a very nice job with the demos site. I'm sure we could arrange for something similar on the main site. --John On 5/8/07, Glen Lipka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Moo Tools 1.1 is out. Check out these demos. http://demos.mootools.net It's a great demo set. Clean and

[jQuery] Re: Ajax Experience Refer-A-Friend

2007-05-08 Thread John Resig
Actually, I'm going to be presenting, so I don't think I get a promo code - feel free to post yours, Glen, and reap the benefits! --John On 5/8/07, Glen Lipka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ajax Experience 2007 has a refer a friend program.

[jQuery] Re: Selector help - All inputs except radio buttons?

2007-05-08 Thread John Resig
Try this: var params = $(input,select,textarea).not(:radio).serialize(); On 5/8/07, Brad Perkins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I currently have this? var params = $('input,select,textarea').serialize(); Is there a simple way to serialize all inputs expect for radio buttons?

[jQuery] Re: $(img).attr(title, ${this.src});

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Mario - ${...} doesn't, currently, exist in jQuery. Did you find an example somewhere that showed it as working? (It needs to be fixed.) --John On 5/9/07, Mario Moura [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Folks I am trying $(img).attr(title, ${this.src}); So : $(img).attr(title,

[jQuery] Re: $(img).attr(title, ${this.src});

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
] wrote: Now I see you John Resig. I feel honored talk with you. Congratulations and tanks for all. Regards Mario 2007/5/9, Mario Moura [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Ok I found here: http://www.visualjquery.com attr(key, value) --- Example But fortunately I found my mistake: Will work like

[jQuery] Re: New plugin: equalize column heights

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Very nice, I know that I could use this in a bunch of my layouts. Silly CSS and your box model. --John On 5/9/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've posted this to the discussion list once before, but now I've put together a simple demo page for my equalize column heights

[jQuery] Re: [bug]removeClass('') removes all classes

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
No, that's expected. removeClass() was re-worked such that .removeClass(one) would remove one class, .removeClass(one two) would remove two classes, and .removeClass() would remove all classes. This is very similar to how .unbind() works (if you call it with no arguments, it removes all bound

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
The jQuery subversion repository was moved to Google Code yesterday, so you can reference it there, at least: http://jqueryjs.googlecode.com/svn/ --John On 5/9/07, Karl Swedberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All of the plugins are available (latest svn version) in this temporary location:

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Yep! All the details are updated on the wiki: http://docs.jquery.com/Downloading_jQuery --John On 5/9/07, Ⓙⓐⓚⓔ [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: so I change svn co svn://jquery.com/trunk/jquery; to svn co svn://jqueryjs.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/jquery; ? On 5/9/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
; ? On 5/9/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The jQuery subversion repository was moved to Google Code yesterday, so you can reference it there, at least: http://jqueryjs.googlecode.com/svn/ --John On 5/9/07, Karl Swedberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All

[jQuery] Re: MooTools 1.1

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
I agree completely. Currently, we have a pretty weak selection of demos: http://docs.jquery.com/Demos Sean and Andy - wanna login and flush out the list with what you think would make for good demos? (You don't actually have to build the demos, unless you want to - it'll just help us to get a

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Excellent :-) Yeah, being able to go through http/https is a nice side effect of this. At the very least, we'll still be able to commit code if (when) jQuery.com is down. --John On 5/9/07, Brian Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John, Thank you! By moving to Google Code, you've obliquely

[jQuery] Re: [bug]removeClass('') removes all classes

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
|| ); On 5/10/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No, that's expected. removeClass() was re-worked such that .removeClass(one) would remove one class, .removeClass(one two) would remove two classes, and .removeClass() would remove all classes. This is very similar to how .unbind() works (if you

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
a little bit of spare time and have some exp setting trac up. On 5/9/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Excellent :-) Yeah, being able to go through http/https is a nice side effect of this. At the very least, we'll still be able to commit code if (when) jQuery.com is down. --John On 5

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Thank you for providing the alternate repositories. You might want to put this information on the official jQuery site. Or at least make it more prominent if it's there. I've been poking about the web for some time and didn't find it. Sorry to hear about the recent misfortunes with the official

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Out of curiosity, how are you planning on dealing with the fact that Trac doesn't support remote repositories[1]? [1]http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracFaq#can-i-use-trac-with-a-remote-subversion-repository It's actually really really easy with SVN 1.4 - you use svnsync to pull down a copy of

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
Sounds like a plan (I really like Trac's timeline and diff viewer, which is why I asked) As do I - which is why I wouldn't have moved to Google Code unless I knew this was an option. --John

[jQuery] Re: META Tag

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
isn't that because you're still referring to the old value in 'meta'? You need to call it again before you refer to it in the second alert: meta = $(meta).attr(content); --John On 5/9/07, Glen Lipka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: meta http-equiv=refresh content=200;url=http://jquery.com;

[jQuery] Re: Error: $(document).ready is not a function

2007-05-09 Thread John Resig
It sounds like Prototype is overwriting jQuery's $ function. If you want to continue using the two libraries together, you'll need to refer to jQuery's $ function as 'jQuery', like so: jQuery(document).ready(function(){ //.. }); More information about this setup can be found here:

[jQuery] Re: jQuery svn browser broken. Some documentation unaccessible

2007-05-10 Thread John Resig
Yes, Google Code supports https. --John On 5/10/07, Sam Collett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On May 9, 6:14 pm, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The jQuery subversion repository was moved to Google Code yesterday, so you can reference it there, at least:http://jqueryjs.googlecode.com/svn

[jQuery] Re: $(input).val() throws exception

2007-05-10 Thread John Resig
something. If it's been fixed, then I'll be sure to give a new version a go around though. Thanks. Brian On May 9, 10:21 am, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What version of jQuery are you using? I'm fairly certain that this use to be a problem in a really-old version of jQuery, but it's

[jQuery] Re: [bug]removeClass('') removes all classes

2007-05-11 Thread John Resig
The bug tracker is back up again - feel free to add this as a bug! --John On 5/9/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I agree then, it is inconsistent. Once I get the bug tracker up, this should go in. --John On 5/9/07, Arrix [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The .removeClass() behavior is good

[jQuery] Re: Return a reference to the root DOM object

2007-05-11 Thread John Resig
I understand that one way of doing the same thing in jQuery is to reference it thus: var element = $(p#thisIsMyParagraph)[0]; IS THIS CORRECT? Is there a more correct way, or is this the only way? You're spot-on. That is the correct way to get a reference to the original DOM node. --John

[jQuery] Re: using jQuery with multiple libraries

2007-05-11 Thread John Resig
Can you provide a URL for where this is happening? It will help us to debug the problem. --John On 5/11/07, browntown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the replies...I've tried every variation provided on the using jquery with other libraries page...still no dice. I still receive the

[jQuery] Re: Flickering slide in Firefox 1.5 on XP

2007-05-11 Thread John Resig
The dev list is down right now, the move to the new server has take a toll on us. --John On 5/11/07, bhagany [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried making a ticket in the bug tracker, and it seemed to work, but it's not showing up when I try to view the ticket reports. I'm kind of new at this -

[jQuery] Re: The problem with jquery!!!

2007-05-12 Thread John Resig
$(span.email).each(function(){ $(this).html( $(this).html().replace(at,@) ); }); $(p.jhide).hide(); Not too bad! --John On 5/13/07, fambizzari [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I started using jquery a month or two ago and i've spent the time since then working on non js content. I've now come to

[jQuery] Re: .ready() unreliable due to IE6 inconsistencies?

2007-05-13 Thread John Resig
There's more to the story than this, however. The jQuery ready() implementation was very very different in June of 2006 (hence the problems with script elements). I think the reason why Swfobject causes problems is that it's not coded very well - hence the reason for a jQuery Flash plugin. Is

[jQuery] Re: ..animation question..

2007-05-13 Thread John Resig
Nope! jQuery uses only one timer for all animations now (even across multiple elements). It helps drastically, with performance. --John On 5/13/07, Brandon Aaron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The latest SVN uses only one timer per an element but there currently is not a way to animate several

[jQuery] Re: archives for development list no longer available ?

2007-05-14 Thread John Resig
It's in the process of being moved over to Google Groups. I'll be sure to let everyone know when that process is complete. --John On 5/14/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The jquery dev list archives available here http://docs.jquery.com/Discussion#Archives doesn't seem to be

[jQuery] Re: Estimated 1.1.3 release date?

2007-05-15 Thread John Resig
? You mentioned a few things related to faster selectors, animations, etc. What bug fixes might we see? IE issues? Why is IE always the problem child? Oh yeah, M$. OK, off my soapbox now. On Apr 26, 7:21 pm, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John! Wow :) Did not expect you

[jQuery] Re: Plug-in Mailing list?

2007-05-16 Thread John Resig
I haven't had the opportunity to set it up yet - that along with the dev and web lists. I'll be moving them to Google Groups shortly. --John On 5/16/07, Christopher Jordan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is the plug-in mailing list still alive? I'm writing a plug-in and I've got some questions I'd

[jQuery] Re: Descendant axis with node context

2007-05-16 Thread John Resig
This problem is resolved in jQuery SVN. It'll be included in jQuery 1.1.3 (which should be coming out this weekend). --John On 5/16/07, billhowe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The following script throws the error this.getElementsByTagName is not a function using the current jquery release.

[jQuery] Re: newbie onmouseover onmouseout

2007-05-17 Thread John Resig
Isn't that what .hover() does? $(...).hover(function(){ $(this).addClass(hilite); }, function(){ $(this).removeClass(hilite); }); --John On 5/17/07, Remy Sharp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've written a plugin that will fire a mouseout when the mouse leaves the container DIV, rather than

[jQuery] Re: jquery.us

2007-05-18 Thread John Resig
Well, that's just weird; definitely trying to make $ with adwords. This is the type of thing that you can ban a site for. Here's what everyone can do: 1) Go to the site and click Ads by Google in the Adsense block. 2) Click the Send Google your thoughts on the site or the ads you just saw link

[jQuery] Help Test jQuery 1.1.3

2007-05-20 Thread John Resig
Hi Everyone - A test build of the upcoming 1.1.3 release is ready for everyone to try. We need to be super-sure that there haven't been any regressions in this release, and in order to do that we'd like you to download this alpha release and try it in place of jQuery 1.1.2 (wherever you may be

[jQuery] Re: jQuery SVN broken?

2007-05-21 Thread John Resig
You need to use the new jQuery SVN - which requires that you have a GMail username - I just contacted you offlist looking for yours. Let me know and I'll add you in. --John On 5/21/07, Gilles (Webunity) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is jQuery under DOS attack again? I've been trying to get the

[jQuery] Re: show fails in Konqueror with jQuery 1.1.2

2007-05-21 Thread John Resig
Any luck with the latest 1.1.3a build? --John On 5/21/07, Klaus Hartl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The show method completely fails in Konqueror. Does anybody know if this is fixed with later SVN versions? I'm using the official 1.1.2 release. It worked before, so it should be fixable, and

[jQuery] Re: dealing with spam on the jQuery list.

2007-05-22 Thread John Resig
That's an option with Google Groups too - but it'll require a lot of work on our (jQuery team) end. It does seem like the more-ideal solution, if we really want no spam. --John On 5/22/07, Bil Corry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Christof Donat wrote on 5/22/2007 12:28 AM: I don't know, what

[jQuery] Re: dealing with spam on the jQuery list.

2007-05-22 Thread John Resig
Actually, that's a good idea. You're now a manager of the group - and messages from new members are now moderated. Go to town! --John On 5/22/07, Benjamin Sterling [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John, if that is something you can trust someone that is not part of the jQuery team to handle, I would

[jQuery] Re: dealing with spam on the jQuery list.

2007-05-22 Thread John Resig
Haha - if the # of subscribers starts to drop drastically, I'll know why :) --John On 5/22/07, Benjamin Sterling [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sweet, is this where I start my maniacal laughter. no, power does not go to my head quickly :) On 5/22/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

[jQuery] Re: Help Test jQuery 1.1.3

2007-05-24 Thread John Resig
Did you test it against the test suite? And did you test it for speed changes? The reason why this is being done, in the first place, is purely for speed reasons. Added extra checks or loops significantly slows down the speed of jQuery selectors. The mergeNum technique is the fastest means of

[jQuery] Re: Help Test jQuery 1.1.3

2007-05-24 Thread John Resig
Enos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there still the possibility of a final release this week? I've tested against the basics and some of my more complicated internal apps and all is working well. On 5/24/07 1:10 PM, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Did you test it against the test suite

[jQuery] Re: Help Test jQuery 1.1.3

2007-05-24 Thread John Resig
I have to admit that I haven't found a faster solution. removeAttribute() just takes to much time. So perhaps the serializer should be fixed. This would mean a slow down for Internet Explorer on html(), but this seems ok for me, as this is a Internet Explorer bug. That's absolutely a

[jQuery] Re: id=__ie_init defer=true src=//:

2007-05-28 Thread John Resig
Do you think you could find a test case for this? We were under the assumption that this method was fairly rock-solid, but what you describe sounds like a reproducible flaw. If you can make one, please post it to the bug tracker. --John On 5/28/07, Michael Geary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

[jQuery] Re: jQuery'zed Ext.Template

2007-05-29 Thread John Resig
I still have three global functions while I'm looking for alternatives in the jQuery world. I'm looking for something that helps extending classes / overriding class members in jQuery or any jQuery plugin/utility. Something like the extend() function in YUI or Ext. Is there any? You mean like

[jQuery] Re: [ANNOUNCE] jQuery powered plazes.com relaunched

2007-05-30 Thread John Resig
Great work Klaus. It's been fun watching Plazes grow up with jQuery. I'll just echo the thoughts of others in this thread concerning the user experience - you guys have done an excellent job! Keep up the great work. --John On 5/30/07, Klaus Hartl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All, I have the

[jQuery] Re: jQuery featured POTM

2007-05-30 Thread John Resig
Quick note: The main problem with Prototype is that is tries to turn Javascript into Java. isn't terribly correct - if anything, they're trying to make JavaScript behave more like Ruby (since it's primarily used by users of Ruby on Rails, and written to help those users as such.) --John On

[jQuery] Re: IE selector bug/error - now reproducable.

2007-05-30 Thread John Resig
I think I recognize the bug that you're talking about, and I'm fairly certain it was fixed in 1.1.3a. Let us know once you've had an opportunity to verify this. --John On 5/30/07, Luc Pestille [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Karl - I'm using 1.1.2 (from the front page of jQuery.com) - I'll try

[jQuery] Re: Announce Google gears , dojo partners with them

2007-05-31 Thread John Resig
There's even less need for us to do this now, since Google has done all the hard work for us. (Also, Dojo is only using Google's framework if it exists, nothing more.) Although, this sounds like a great opportunity to write a plugin around Google Gears. --John On 5/31/07, jamon [EMAIL

[jQuery] Re: onfocus filter question

2007-05-31 Thread John Resig
I think the fool-proof way would be to do something like adding a class, for example: $(input.text:not(.focused)).focus(function(){ ... }).addClass(focused); That way you can run that line as many times as you want and it'll never re-bind the focus event. --John On 5/31/07, John R [EMAIL

[jQuery] Re: DC Drupal User's Group

2007-06-05 Thread John Resig
It appears to be an honest mistake. I only see what you mention on Google Groups, in my email client they are completely separate threads, I wouldn't worry about it. --John On 6/5/07, dennis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael Haggerty changed my original post title, and hijacked for his drupal

[jQuery] Re: textNodes Plugin 0.1

2007-06-11 Thread John Resig
The dev list is back up - I was able to get it back up and running last week. You can find it here: http://groups.google.com/group/jquery-dev --John On 6/11/07, Ⓙⓐⓚⓔ [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: it's release 0.1 ... more sample and code to follow. If we had a dev list, I would have posted there

[jQuery] Re: textNodes Plugin 0.1

2007-06-11 Thread John Resig
Ok - I just opened the gates, apparently everything was getting moderated. Sorry about that! --John On 6/11/07, Ⓙⓐⓚⓔ [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John, I posted once... it never went through! 2 posts came out from the list... but that's all. perhaps it's clogged?? On 6/11/07, John Resig [EMAIL

[jQuery] Re: jquery.com is down

2007-06-12 Thread John Resig
Yeah, the server was having some difficulties, it should be back up in a minute. --John On 6/12/07, traunic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Same here, another DOS attack? But then the ping would fail right?

[jQuery] Re: ANN: jQuery Paris Meetup

2007-06-17 Thread John Resig
the French jQuery site: http://jquery.info/) --John On 6/17/07, Olivier Percebois-Garve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there some more infos about what is planned there ? John Resig wrote: When: Sunday, June 24, 2007 - 10:30 AM Where: Hotel Helder Opera 4, Rue du Helder Paris, Île-de-France 75009

[jQuery] Re: problem with animate()...

2007-06-17 Thread John Resig
Byron - You should give jQuery 1.1.3a a try. This was one of the nasty bugs that we were able to resolve in it: http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.1.3a.js Let me know if that code helps to solve your problem. --John On 6/17/07, Byron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, I tried setting it in the

[jQuery] Re: problem with animate()...

2007-06-18 Thread John Resig
Not yet - we should have the final version of 1.1.3 released very soon - at which point we'll have all the versions available for use. --John On 6/18/07, Byron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hi John, worked like a treat, is there a compressed version available? On Jun 18, 5:29 pm, John Resig

[jQuery] Re: Add() bug?

2007-06-20 Thread John Resig
.add() isn't destructive - calling it does not modify the original object (so, it's unlike an array's .push(), for example). Therefore to get your second example working you'd have to do: var test = $('form'); test = test.add ('li'); console.log (test); --John On 6/20/07, Gordon [EMAIL

[jQuery] Re: Works with not() but not with filter()

2007-06-20 Thread John Resig
Can you provide an example of the code? I'm not sure what you're trying to do from your description. (If I had to guess, I'd say that you're trying to pass an element to filter, but I'm not sure why.) --John On 6/20/07, Gordon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I build up a list of elements by

[jQuery] Re: NEWS: iPhone Browser Capabilites Released

2007-06-20 Thread John Resig
If I had to guess, I'd say it'd be something more like: a href=call://1-234-567-8910/Call me!/a --John On 6/20/07, Dan G. Switzer, II [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any place that actually states what this new make a call protocol/link structure is? My guess is they may just do some

[jQuery] Re: $(document).unbind('ready');

2007-06-20 Thread John Resig
Possibly - file a bug on it and we might be able to get to it for jQuery 1.2. On 6/20/07, jim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it possible to change this behavior in jQuery so that the $ (document).bind('ready'... and unbind methods work (more) like other events? thanks, Jim

[jQuery] Re: Attn. developers. Speed of getElementById

2007-06-22 Thread John Resig
Dimitii - Those results are really interesting - you should post them to the jQuery Dev list (where we discuss issues like selector speed). More information about the list can be found here: http://docs.jquery.com/Discussion --John On 6/22/07, Dmitrii 'Mamut' Dimandt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

[jQuery] Re: easing plugin break jQuery, easing plugin needs a small fix

2007-06-24 Thread John Resig
Just to clarify: This was an issue in jQuery 1.1.3a - we've fixed the code in jQuery to fall back to 'linear' if it exists (thus causing the code to work, no problem). This fix is in SVN right now and will be in the final 1.1.3 release. --John On 6/24/07, Gilles (Webunity) [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[jQuery] Re: Namespace attributes bug in Tickets now.

2007-06-26 Thread John Resig
Didn't the solution from the other email thread work? jQuery(form).filter(function(){ return jQuery(this).attr(coop:manage) == true; }); But yes, this is a pretty easy fix - I'll try to get it in for 1.1.3, so you'll be able to do: jQuery([EMAIL PROTECTED]:manage=true]) --John On 6/26/07,

[jQuery] Re: John Resig Wikipedia Article

2007-06-26 Thread John Resig
/wiki/JQuery ...has a link to John Resig, but no article has been written. Considering Wikipedia's guidelines, I think John is a notable enough subject to go into an encyclopedia, being the founder of jQuery. What do you all think? -- .|.. Scott Trudeau scott.trudeau AT gmail DOT com

[jQuery] Re: jQuery solutions needed...

2007-06-26 Thread John Resig
I compiled a list similar to this a week ago, with viable solutions. There's a couple areas that we're hurting on (Tree, Grid, Layout, WYSIWYG), but other than that, we're pretty well off. Not bad for a community grown from the ground up: http://docs.jquery.com/Widgets --John On 6/26/07, John

[jQuery] Re: How much info to disclose

2007-06-27 Thread John Resig
Rey sent this to the list accidentally. Just to clarify for everyone: We're working on some more plugins that we'll be announcing soon. Interface is still an official plugin and nothing is changing in this respect. Expect to see more information about the upcoming releases later this week.

[jQuery] Re: Estimated 1.1.3 release date?

2007-06-27 Thread John Resig
, MikeR [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok great, John =). Thanks for the update. On May 15, 12:43 pm, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We're still dealing with site issues, hopefully this weekend, but again, that's what I said last week before the attack. --John On 5/15/07, MikeR [EMAIL

[jQuery] Re: Difference between element and # access

2007-06-27 Thread John Resig
They're both just as fast as each other - jQuery has an optimization in place to account for that. Terry: I assume that you mean div#TimelineContainer in your first example. --John On 6/27/07, Diego A. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure, but I'm guessing there will be some sort of

[jQuery] Re: error at new plugin page

2007-06-27 Thread John Resig
Huh, yeah - that's weird - it stops at four and doesn't continue. Also look at Layout (which should have 7) which also only has 4. I'm CC'ing Mike into this so that he can spot it as well. --John On 6/27/07, MathiasBank [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hallo, It seems, that there is an error at

[jQuery] Re: Firefox finds Jquery in headscript type=text/javascript.../script of Thickbox Window Source Code, but IE does not

2007-06-28 Thread John Resig
Do you have an example page where this is occurring? This will help us to diagnose the problem better. --John On 6/28/07, cfdvlpr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any ideas on why this happens and what I should do differently so that I don't have this problem? Should I just put all the Jquery code

[jQuery] Re: Problems with jQuery's site?

2007-06-29 Thread John Resig
The site is fine for me. --John On 6/29/07, Massimiliano Marini [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Someone has noticed it? -- Massimiliano Marini - http://www.linuxtime.it/massimilianomarini/ It's easier to invent the future than to predict it. -- Alan Kay

[jQuery] Re: Selecting the first TD of every Row

2007-06-30 Thread John Resig
The solution is what Klaus posted - you just have to use :first-child. $(td:first-child).addClass(tomas); --John On 6/8/07, jorgeBadaBing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been looking online at the documentation and don't seen to have any luck find a way of doing this. So far I can do this:

[jQuery] Re: Selecting the first TD of every Row

2007-06-30 Thread John Resig
Err, I meant Karl - sorry! On 6/30/07, John Resig [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The solution is what Klaus posted - you just have to use :first-child. $(td:first-child).addClass(tomas); --John On 6/8/07, jorgeBadaBing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been looking online at the documentation

[jQuery] Re: Detecting an event's return value

2007-07-01 Thread John Resig
Not as of yet - we're currently trying to figure out ways to improve the custom event/triggering system. --John On 7/1/07, S. Robert James [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: jQuery let's you simulate firing an event. Is there anyway to check if the event returned true or false?

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