I have a table with a couple rows. Ech row has a class of either black or blue. Black rows have black background, blue rows have blue background. Currently when the cursor hovers over any row, its background turns purple.
When the mouse cursor leaves a row, its background reverts back to what it was.
The functionality that I cannot get to work is when a new row is clicked. When a new row is clicked I would like the background of the old row which was previously clicked to revert back to its original color.
I want the clicked row to remain gray until another row is clicked or when the cursor hovers over it but it is not working.
Hello, thanks for replying. Your solution is very close to what I need. The only problem is as it stands when a row is clicked it's background color doesn't change until I move the mouse cursor off the row after clicking it.
I’m work with Prestashop (PS) 1.6 in localhost for temp. So far, everything is ok until I’m use layered navigation block in my category.
I have created a filter template in the module config and set 3 filters just in one category (for example category 'B') for testing only. There are sub-category filter, product price filter and attribute filter. As often as I’m click via category block, which the category haven’t layered navigation's setting, everything is ok, all products item are showed in the current category. But when I’m click which the category have layered navigation's (category 'B') setting all products doesn’t appear at all in front office. And even, product price filter and attribute filter doesn’t appeared too.
So my conditions now
I have checked all products in BO->Cataloque->Product are resides at its right category and each of them has right attribute too. I have tried disabled, reset & reinstalling the module, but is not worked I have re-index price, attribute and url in module configuration, but is not worked too
So, what’s wrong with my PS 1.6 or do I have missed step for my layered navigation? Thanks in advanced for any solution.
Hi Friends, I have to start a coupons/deals website where I can publish deals and coupons from major online stores. I heard about few paid wordpress themese which is very easy to manage whether you are technical or non-technical, but I'm not sure It would be right way or not because I will be need to make many customization in order to improve user behavior of website. So, please help me to know what is good idea.. Should I go with any wordpress theme or hire a PHp developer to create it in core PHP?
Example - I have to create something like this site: 33Coupons.in
Hi , I have a task in college to make a online webpage, The data inserted by user should be sent to his mobile number which was also inserted by him . message should be like you have subscribe to this Webpage or something related to this..please guide me for this.
Want to develope cms as plugin based . Please help me out with sample code . I have search on same topic but I wont get any solid solution to start. I tried MEF with MVC 4 or 5 - Pluggable Architecture (2014)
Having worked with MEF a fair amount, I can tell you that it is ridiculously easy to use once you understand how it works, but it does require quite a bit of planning. You extensibility approach will make a huge difference down the road, and it's not necessarily trivial to change it once you get started.
Also, the Windows store version of MEF (2) is NOT suitable for enterprise-class application in my experience. Stick with the original.
I tend to hybrid things a little and use MEF for modular support and dependency injection. Leveraging it as a dependency injection framework means that you have a built-in system for extensibility, providing that you make use of MEF Metadata appropriately. If you're not comfortable with that, you will likely want to build resource factory classes and export those from your plugins, it'll save you headaches in the long run.