jQuery: append() object, remove() it with delay()

Using setTimeout() directly (which .delay() uses internally) is simpler here, since .remove() isn’t a queued function, overall it should look like this: $(‘body’).append(“<div class=”message success”>Upload successful!</div>”); setTimeout(function() { $(‘.message’).remove(); }, 2000); You can give it a try here. .delay() is for the animation (or whatever named) queue, to use it you’d have to do something … Read more

Jquery not working in angular 6 Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open ‘…\node_modules\jquery\dist\jquery.min.js’

Once again the angular team makes things harder for not real reason =( I had this problem and after Googling around fruitlessly I wondered if they had changed relative paths somehow as well as renaming angular-cli.json. A little further up in the file I found the line: Yeah, just change: “../node_modules/jquery/dist/jquery.js”, “../node_modules/tether/dist/js/tether.js”, “../node_modules/bootstrap/dist/js/bootstrap.js” to “./node_modules/jquery/dist/jquery.js”, … Read more

how to change language for DataTable

You have to either create a language file and then set it using : “oLanguage”: { “sUrl”: “media/language/your_file.txt” } Im not sure what server language you are using but something like this would work in PHP : “oLanguage”: { “sUrl”: “media/language/custom_lang_<?php echo $language ?>.txt” } Where language matches the file name for a specific language. … Read more

How can I make a jQuery countdown

I thought I would break this up a bit and provide something that does both countdown, and redirection. After all, you may want to countdown and manipulate the DOM instead tomorrow. As such, I’ve come up with the following jQuery plugin that you can use, and study: // Our countdown plugin takes a callback, a … Read more

jQuery/CSS: line-height of “normal” == ?px

According to this page, it seems most of recent browsers use the same value for line-height: normal : 1.14, id est the font-size property with a 1.14 coefficient. Tried with several browsers (on Windows XP) : Chrome 21.0.1180.75 Firefox 14.0.1 Safari 5.1.7 Opera 11.64 IE 7 IE 8 EDIT I was wrong, line-height depends of … Read more

Streaming data with Node.js

It is possible. Just use response.write() multiple times. var body = [“hello world”, “early morning”, “richard stallman”, “chunky bacon”]; // send headers response.writeHead(200, { “Content-Type”: “text/plain” }); // send data in chunks for (piece in body) { response.write(body[piece], “ascii”); } // close connection response.end(); You may have to close and reopen connection every 30 seconds … Read more