I am looking to to do a collapsible set with jQuery on my pages instead of an accordian. I want them all connected as one unit instead of seperate units. Is this possible or do you know of a work around to make the accordian a single unit?
I added an SSL Cert to my login script and everything past. I placed the site seal on the login screen but when the page loads, all it shows is the site seat, but once refreshed, it shows the page as it should.
On my site, I have several pages. When I hit the back button from an external page, the page that laods has no header or footer and the back button just shows the back icon and the text "Home" on the iphone and looks jacked up on an android.
My login script on my website (desktop version) users location redirects to load the page after someone logs in. How can I get the same result within JQM? Right now, once the login, it sends them to the myaccount.php page, however, the browser still thinks that it is on the login page so when you refrseh your screen, it makes you login again.
I just built a mobile site for my company. Everything works great on all desktop browsers and android platforms 2.2 and higher. Depending on the width of the screen, the page adjusts accordingly so that the content is as readable as possible. On iphone though, 3, 4 and 4s, it acts like the page is 1024px in width and you have to zoom in for it to be usable. Is there a setting that I am missing inside of JQM in my source code or am I just stuck with it being as it is?
I am redoing my company's website and I am switching the navigation to jQuery. What I am looking for is a hover function that has an in and out image, a mouse down image, and then I want it all to die because I also have body ID tags that will place the background image of that link -Xpx to change the appearance of the background image so that it represents the page that is open. make sense?