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  1. I guys, Just wanted to let you know that I solved the issue using removeAttr("onClick"); and then I also changed a few things in the multifilter.js function. Thank you very much for all your help!
  2. I acuually sloved it now by using removeAttr("onClick");, but now my filter is not working... hmmm...
  3. Hi Scootstah, Yes i did. I put it in like so: function fetchfromMysqlDatabase() { $.ajax({ type: "GET", dataType: "html", url: "getrecords.php", cache: false, beforeSend: function() { $('#res3').html('loading please wait...'); }, success: function(htmldata) { $('#res3').html(htmldata); } }); $(function(){ $('#form-name').on('click', function(){ fetchFromLysqlDatabase(); $(this).off('click'); }); }); }
  4. Hi everyone, First of all, thank you so much for you help already! But, I am a total noob and I have no idea of what I am doing I tried the variable thing - could not get it to work. the script: $(function(){ $('#form-name').on('click', function(){ fetchFromLysqlDatabase(); $(this).off('click'); }); }); Where exactly am I supposed to put it in the function above? Thanks in advance!
  5. I have looked at the one() function, but I am unsure how to implement it in this script...
  6. Hi everyone, So I am implementing som Ajax on my site: http://www.xn--billig-bredbnd-wib.nu/ What I am trying to do is to a a small table when page loads, and when someone chooses "Hastighed" it will load the entire tabel in order to sort alle results. I have used this tutorial to load the full mysql datatabel using Ajax Onclick: http://www.phpgang.com/fetch-data-from-xml-json-mysqli-using-jquery-ajax-php_733.html (under "Fetching Data from MySQL Database using Ajax" ) code: function fetchfromMysqlDatabase() { $.ajax({ type: "GET", dataType: "html", url: "getrecords.php", cache: false, beforeSend: function() { $('#res3').html('loading please wait...'); }, success: function(htmldata) { $('#res3').html(htmldata); } }); } The HTML form: <form class="form-inline" style="text-align:center" onClick="fetchfromMysqlDatabase();" > The problem is that it loads evertime i click, which is making it impossible to use the filter function. So my question is: How do i make this code only run once, when I click the form the first time? Also - if i want to keep the "loading please wait..." for lets say 2 sec - what do I then need to do... ...Never worked with Ajax before so I am in deep waters!
  7. I like it as well - The colors are very clean and they mach pretty well. And they are easy on the eye as well which I always find important when reviewing websites
  8. Just a side note - Bootstrap is awsome Have buit several sites using Bootstrap and is so happy about it now with the added focus on mobile-freindlyness from Google!
  9. I am pretty sure that this is not possible for safety reasons.
  10. NetGuru87

    HI ALL!

    Welcome! What is the name of your company? :-)
  11. I think its called Facebook product ads: https://www.facebook.com/business/a/online-sales/dynamic-product-ads Works just like Google Rmarketing ads: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453998?hl=en Hope the links can help you figure out the mechanichs of it all
  12. I just tested the link in mozilla firefox, and they worked just fine :-) So maybe you solved the issue? Was it correcting the markup errors that solved the issue? Best Regards,
  13. Welcome to the forum! QuickOldCar mentiones Bootstrap, which I too would really advise you to take a look at. I have worked with it for some time now and its just amazing. You can even find ready made Bootstrap website layout templates out there to get you started really quick!
  14. Yeah - CSS should do the trick. If you put your code in a fiddle I quickly do the css code for you and pass a link to it :-)
  15. I am also pretty sure that its not your code and rather the emulator. If you paste it into a link and put the link in the post I have a buddy with a Nexus 4, who can go check it out on his device to se if it actually reders like the emulator.
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