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stevecastaneda says

Hi everyone, I’ve purchased a business card template, and want to be sure I get the best quality from the awesome design I’ve used.

Any recommendations? I’m looking for heavy stock cards, possibly a matte finish. (might experiment with gloss).

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stevecastaneda says

Hi everyone! I’ve decided that a template admin skin just won’t cut it for the web application I’m building. I’m looking to hire a designer to custom design a UI.

Anyone out there open to doing custom work?

At this time, I want to start with just the interface design mock-ups. Email me at realestatesteve [dot] com if you’re interested.

Please include a link to your portfolio.

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stevecastaneda says

Ah, thanks! This looks to be exactly what I was looking for. I’m off to study! Thanks again. :)

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stevecastaneda says

So if you pull a table using the AJAX function in JQuery, can you not further manipulate what was pulled using things like .addClass?

I’ve found that if I pull any HTML via AJAX , I can’t do any manipulation on it. I’m sure the reasoning is pretty basic, but what should I do to get around this?

Thanks in advance for any help!

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stevecastaneda says

Thank you so much; that works wonderfully! I greatly appreciate you taking the time to write out the code for me.

Also, showing me that IF statement helps me when I don’t want to use toggle(), so I learned something there too.

THANK YOU !

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stevecastaneda says

I’m having a little trouble with this JQuery function.

Basically, I have a div, that when clicked, shows another Div. It’s set to a toggle, actually, so it toggles on/off when you click.

I want to have it where if you click on anywhere outside of the opened div (that appears after you click on the first div), the div that was opened is closed.

I thought I could do this by simply binding a click event to a parent container div, but it seems that the click event carries to all child elements as well, and then the div never opens when you click.

Does that make any sense?

Thanks in advance for any help!

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stevecastaneda says

I’ve yet to build an application with JQuery so intertwined, so I don’t honestly know how big it’ll become.

But! I guess the good news is that I could always just cross that road when I get there.

Thanks for the advice!

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stevecastaneda says

So I’m learning JQuery now, and I’m really stoked to use it all across my application. One question I have is if I decide to use it everywhere, is it better to have one big javascript include file that contains all of my JQuery code, or include a javascript file depending on the page the visitor is on?

I guess what I’m getting at is will I experience any noticeable performance decrease by having one big javascript file with all my JQuery for the whole site?

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stevecastaneda says

Awesome, thanks for the confirmation on that contempoinc.

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stevecastaneda says

That’s what I’m thinking; before them registering give them notice that it’s required. I can even have them do a “test” to see if it will work (just a simple javascript enabled test before finalizing the subscription to the application).

Besides; they get a two week free trial so if it doesn’t work, then can always cancel shrug.

JQuery is awesome though; really helps when creating user interfaces.

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