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Grouping scripts that works well in separate webpages

Posted on 2004-09-14
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Hi Experts,

Here is my first script:
<html>
<head>
</head>
<body>
<form>
<input type=text name="__SPLITTERLOC">
<table style="width:300px;border:1px solid #000000;position:relative;" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" id="tbl">
     <tr >
          <td id="f1">test data</td>
      <td width="6" rowspan="11" height="100%" id="mid"
       style="cursor:w-resize;" bgColor="black"
       onmousedown="bResize=true;">&nbsp;</td>
          <td id="f2">more test data</td>
     </tr>
     <tr>
          <td id="f1">test data</td>
          <td id="f2">more test data</td>
     </tr>
     <tr>
          <td id="f1">test data</td>
          <td id="f2">more test data</td>
     </tr>
</table>
</form>
<script language='javascript'>
bResize = false;
c1      = document.getElementById('f1');
c2      = document.getElementById('f2');
ttbl    = document.getElementById('tbl');
tmid    = document.getElementById('mid');
function resize(e){
     if(!bResize) return false;
     c1.className=c2.className='highlighted';
     if(!e) e=event;
     var w=e.clientX-ttbl.offsetLeft-5;
       if(w<ttbl.offsetWidth*.2) w=tbl.offsetWidth*.2;
       if(w>ttbl.offsetWidth*.8) w=tbl.offsetWidth*.8;
     c1.style.width=w;
     return false;
}
function up(){
     bResize = false;
     document.forms[0].__SPLITTERLOC.value =c1.style.width;
     c1.className=c2.className='normal';
}
document.onmousemove = resize;
document.onmouseup   = up;
</script>
</body>
</html>

Here is the second part to include with the first code:
<script>
var thePanel;
var sX, sY;

function drag(e, theBar){
  thePanel = theBar.parentNode;
  while(thePanel.nodeName!="DIV"){
    thePanel = thePanel.parentNode;
  }
  sX = e.clientX-parseInt(thePanel.offsetLeft);
  sY = e.clientY-parseInt(thePanel.offsetTop);
  document.onmousemove=move;
}
function drop(){
  thePanel = null;
}
function move(e){
  if(thePanel){
    if(!e) e= event;
    thePanel.style.left = e.clientX-sX;
    thePanel.style.top = e.clientY-sY;
  }
}
</script>


<div id="PanelForm" nowrap="nowrap" style="background-color:#C0C0FF;height:130px;width:600px;Z-INDEX: 106; LEFT: 88px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 416px">

                    <TABLE id="TablePanelForm" style="WIDTH: 100%; HEIGHT: 100%" cellSpacing="0" cellPadding="0"
                         border="1">
                         <TR>
                              <TD id="cell1" style="WIDTH: 100%; HEIGHT: 1%; cursor: hand;" bgColor="aliceblue"
                                  onMouseDown="drag(event, this)" onMouseUp="drop()"></TD>
                              <TD style="HEIGHT: 1%" vAlign="top" align="right"><INPUT type="button" value="Button"></TD>
                         </TR>
                         <TR>
                              <TD colSpan="2"></TD>
                         </TR>
                    </TABLE>
               
</div>


Thanks in advance for helping me to group those code in an unique webpage.
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Question by:noulouk
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Expert Comment

by:darksinclair
ID: 12060680
Are you asking that you want us to pull out which functions would work well with other webpages and pull them into a separate webpage that you could include on both for better functionality / Design?

Or are you asking us to optimize this code ...?
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Author Comment

by:noulouk
ID: 12062367
darksinclair, those 2 codes works in separate pages as you can see.
Code 1: a table with a divider
Code 2: a layer that can move
I want the table and the layer in the same webpage.

Hope you understand what I want.
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Expert Comment

by:_aaron_
ID: 12062441
Here you go:

<html>
<head>
<script language='javascript'>

bResize = false;
c1      = ""
c2      = ""
ttbl    = ""
tmid    = ""

function init()
{
   c1      = document.getElementById('f1');
   c2      = document.getElementById('f2');
   ttbl    = document.getElementById('tbl');
   tmid    = document.getElementById('mid');
   document.onmousemove = resize;
   document.onmouseup   = up;
}


function resize(e){
     if(!bResize) return false;
     c1.className=c2.className='highlighted';
     if(!e) e=event;
     var w=e.clientX-ttbl.offsetLeft-5;
       if(w<ttbl.offsetWidth*.2) w=tbl.offsetWidth*.2;
       if(w>ttbl.offsetWidth*.8) w=tbl.offsetWidth*.8;
     c1.style.width=w;
     return false;
}
function up(){
     bResize = false;
     document.forms[0].__SPLITTERLOC.value =c1.style.width;
     c1.className='normal'
     c2.className='normal';
}



var thePanel;
var sX, sY;

function drag(e, theBar){
  thePanel = theBar.parentNode;
  while(thePanel.nodeName!="DIV"){
    thePanel = thePanel.parentNode;
  }
  sX = e.clientX-parseInt(thePanel.offsetLeft);
  sY = e.clientY-parseInt(thePanel.offsetTop);
  document.onmousemove=move;
}
function drop(){
  thePanel = null;
}
function move(e){
  if(thePanel){
    if(!e) e= event;
    thePanel.style.left = e.clientX-sX;
    thePanel.style.top = e.clientY-sY;
  }
}

</script>
</head>
<body onload=init()>
<form>
<input type=text name="__SPLITTERLOC">
<table style="width:300px;border:1px solid #000000;position:relative;" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" id="tbl">
     <tr >
          <td id="f1">test data</td>
      <td width="6" rowspan="11" height="100%" id="mid"
       style="cursor:w-resize;" bgColor="black"
       onmousedown="bResize=true;">&nbsp;</td>
          <td id="f2">more test data</td>
     </tr>
     <tr>
          <td id="f1">test data</td>
          <td id="f2">more test data</td>
     </tr>
     <tr>
          <td id="f1">test data</td>
          <td id="f2">more test data</td>
     </tr>
</table>
</form>

<div id="PanelForm" nowrap="nowrap" style="background-color:#C0C0FF;height:130px;width:600px;Z-INDEX: 106; LEFT: 88px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 416px">

                    <TABLE id="TablePanelForm" style="WIDTH: 100%; HEIGHT: 100%" cellSpacing="0" cellPadding="0"
                         border="1">
                         <TR>
                              <TD id="cell1" style="WIDTH: 100%; HEIGHT: 1%; cursor: hand;" bgColor="aliceblue"
                                  onMouseDown="drag(event, this)" onMouseUp="drop()"></TD>
                              <TD style="HEIGHT: 1%" vAlign="top" align="right"><INPUT type="button" value="Button"></TD>
                         </TR>
                         <TR>
                              <TD colSpan="2"></TD>
                         </TR>
                    </TABLE>

</div>

</body>
</html>



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Expert Comment

by:_aaron_
ID: 12062459
I used the init function so that the script didn't have to occur after the creation of the page elements ( very difficult to maintain otherwise + can get rather messy )... Pretty cool table slider - though having multiple id's with the same name is a bit of a concern -- but it works so obviously the browser(s) dont mind this too much ;-)

-- Aaron
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Author Comment

by:noulouk
ID: 12062916
Thanks Aaron, but I have a little problem.
The slider moves when you don't move the layer.
When I move the layer, then the slider doesn't move after.
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_aaron_ earned 500 total points
ID: 12071907
Hello,

The problem was that the drag was assigning the document.onmousemove to a different event... All that needed to be done was to reset the action, ie change the 'drop' function as follows:

function drop(){
  thePanel = null;
  document.onmousemove=resize;
}
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