William Rouse

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I tried this experiment in the file listed below. It is some progress but not at all what I expected. I can't stop it or reset it. The div hesitates before it starts.
Do you think I am on the right track? I started to read about queues to see if I need to purge something.
Bear:
I got to learn new ways to think, I guess. Let me grab your book from a box (I'm in the middle of a slow move) and see how to do that. Thanks for the clues.
That ease Mr. Bibeault, thank you. I guess I can now move on to the hard part and write a continous loop.
In playing with jQuery to understand it better in a doing way, I made a project for myself to have a square move from right to left in the browser and then back again. So far I was able to make a function that does one iteration and another that resets the square but before I try to understand how to keep the loop continuously I was hoping to write code to stops the animation with another click event, but don’t know how to do that. If you can please point me where to look for clues?
Here is the code I have written so far.

This is just a tutorial someone presented to show a concept and I learned from it.
I don't understand though, David what you mean by "label tags :p", where in the code is that?
Thanks!
WBR
I'm using the javascript debugger in Netbeans and I don't see it. I'll try learning enough of Firebug later and try it.
David Newton, how would you go about it?
Thanks!
WBR
After the page is plotted and someone is filling in the form on the second section, and then either moves forward to the third page, or backward to the first page, should not one of these functions be executed.
WBR
Below is the source listing of a tutorial on construction sequential parts of a form using jQuery. In studying the tutorial I realized that there is a significant non understanding that I have of jQuery. The problem is the appearance and disappearance of the next and previous prompts in the first and last section of displaying the form. When I step through the code with a debugger, the debugger never hits either of these two functions,

yet the proper prompts appear. Can someone explain this? Thanks!
WBR



OK, got it and hopefully remember.
WBR
Also how can I find the number of radio buttons with out couting them myself, in case I have to change the quanties. I don't like the idea of counting since I could introduce an error.
Thank you for pointing out what analyze Bear Bibeault. As an aside I have wondered how to prounce your last name.
I did not think I need JavaScript, but this seems to work OK, do you notice if I will get myself introuble later on:
Thanks!
I now know where to start.
WBR
Here is another problem that I don’t know how to do. I have a donation form where I need to except a series of predefined values or an “Other” category for donation to an organization. If the “Other is checked”, the text field becomes active and the user can type in a dollar amount. As anyone worked on this and can show me how to implement this.
Thanks!

I am reading a series of article on using css3 form description in your CSS file. In both the CSS and HTML files I found the use of the word “for” in the markup. I am not familiar with this usage and in searching the web I can’t find the usage. Here is an example in HTML:

Here is the CSS


Thanks!
WBR
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