I have a jQuery UI dialog that has enough content to trigger the appearance of vertical scroll bars. I found that the only way to make it scroll was to either click-and-drag the scrollbar, or click in the scrollbar area - i.e. it was not possible to make it scroll using the PgUp or PgDn keys, nor the arrow keys or spacebar, etc. What would be the best way to enable keyboard activated scrolling?
Hi everyone, I've just started using jquery and a few plugins including cluetips: they are wonderful! :-) Now, my question. I am using cluetips to display the content of a short help file on some elements. Many elements are such that their help file differ only slightly. What I would like to is create a file (common.html) containing elements that are common, and even shorter files for each element (let's call them elem1.html, elem2.html, etc.). Then, I'd be happy if I could do either of the following: 1. when displaying a cluetip, appending common.html to elem1.html automatically, and displaying the result. 2. having an active element within elem1.html (let's call it "more") and using "more" as the source of a new cluetip, used to pull common.html. (I don't want to have it displayed as a separate web page, losing focus; a popup might be acceptable). Thanks for any help, André