I have a list:  <ul>     <li>milk</li>     <li>butter</li>     <li>eggs</li>     <li>orange juice</li>     <li>bananas</li> </ul>   Using javascript how can I reorder the list...
I have a set of three list items that I would like to automatically display from high to low on page load. Ideally using jquery or javascript.  <ul class="list"> <li id="alpha">32</li> <li id="beta">1...
I currently have this code that randomly sorts list items:  var $ul = $('#some-ul-id'); $('li', $ul).sort(function(){    return ( Math.round( Math.random() ) - 0.5 ) }).appendTo($ul);   However, is there any better solution for that?...
I've been digging all day to find out how to style the parent li when hovering on a child li element.  e.g.  <ul> <li> Parent Element </li>     <ul>     <li> Child Element </li>     </ul> <ul>   I&#...
I have a javascript function which generates a ul list based on an array being passed in using a similar approach to this - Create a <ul> and fill it based on a passed array  However, when I do the following...   document.getElementById("li...
I'm using javascript to build a list of results. I have a for-loop that iterates over some data and creates a mydata div, and adds that to the results div. Let's pretend it looks something like this:  <div id="results">     <...
Let's say I have a list of items under a div or UL.  I want to take all the list items with the same title attribute and wrap a UL around it.  The next part though is that I want that UL to be under the LI with the same attribute.  So, I'm tr...
Here's my list that I want to expand/collapse: My goal is simply to toggle expand/collapse, to have this list act like an accordion. What I don't understand is how to get the <div> from a hidden state to a visible state using the javasc...
I'm trying to display a Twitter feed by pulling from a cached text file and looping through the tweets.  Works fine until I try to turn these tweets into a list.  The li elements append to the innerHTML properly, but the opening ul self-closes, a...
I am looking to Alphabetically order an HTML list, but after each letter, there would be a <hr /> tag and a header, indicating the new letter list.  To revise if I wasn't clear enough, I have my list...    <ul>   <li><a href=...

Tags

Recent Questions

Top Questions

Home Tags Terms of Service Privacy Policy DMCA Contact Us

©2020 All rights reserved.