This is what I want to achieve, but can't/don't know how to...
A page with drag/droppable images. When an image is dragged to a "cart" (a div), the script gets the value of that image (say $30) and saves it to that particular uses "cart".
When they refresh, the image remains in the cart. Images need to be able to be removed.
Also, the values are added together in the "cart" to give a total. When if this total exceeds a predefined limit within the script, no more images can be added and the gallery items "grey" out (maybe).
I was wondering if someone could help me with how to get this demo working with more than one set of ul tags? The system works with more than one, but when I click "undelete" the image goes to the first ul and not the one it came from...
What is the best way to make the image return to the correct ordered list using this demo?
Is it possible to use jquery autocomplete in a PHP class file and use the php array it creates for a list of vales from a MySQL table? Once one of these values is clicked, can you help me to show an alert box? After that I should be able to continue my mini project.
That's a pretty long title, but here's my idea... if you could help me implement it, that would be great!
Food for thought?
Please get in touch if you have done this or know how to, I'd love to see it working! It would make a great admin area search function!
I have a this within a function in a php class file. Is it possible to call another function when the close button for deleting items is pressed? If so, how do I go about calling the public function deleteSection() ?
I've got the datepicker UI working on a CMS play project I'm messing around with. When I load a relatively short page, vertically speaking, the page has a big gap below the main content which disappears when I click in the date box...