Tag: jQuery

Yet Another Collapser.js

Long, deeply nested lists, get unwieldy. I want to interactively collapse/expand them to see an entire level without its sub-lists. This could be a nice enough — simple but not stupid — exercise in programming JavaScript, DOM, jQuery, etc. ;o)

Bookmarklet

Developing bookmarklet(s) for the Open Knesset (Hebrew) project. Lots of ideas, plans… A simple first version I’m calling OKify (Hebrew) will linkify all familiar strings on a page. Later, embed OKpop, which would open popups instead of just linking, etc. Trials and … Continued

Lightview WordPress Integration

Was trying to integrate Lightview into a WordPress page. It isn’t open source, and code’s obfuscated (WTF?), so I’d never use it myself — but a friend needed help… ;o) Anyway, the grouping feature seems broken, and I can’t “use the source”… … Continued

Adding Placeholders to Contact Forms 7

HTML5 provides a placeholder attribute. How to get CF7 to use it? How to workaround stupid IE with jQuery? Effect we want: show a placeholder in unmodified inputs, hide (delete) it when field gains focus, and restore it on blur … Continued

Accordion Menu for WordPress

The navigation menu in our theme Lavender is in the sidebar, and in order to keep it above the fold, at least initially, we want to collapse the nested levels using an accordion effect. Requirements Hierarchical menu Only leaves are … Continued