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Posted on 2011-09-17
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Hello.

Please tell me what is wrong here:

$("#featured > ul").bind("tabsselect", function(event, ui) {
  	selectedTab =$("#featured > ul").tabs().data("selected.tabs");
	alert (ui.index);
)}

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ui.index is undefined. I need that for click event.

Please Help.
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Question by:radugheorghies
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Expert Comment

by:Gurvinder Pal Singh
ID: 36553683
if ui is the element that is clicked, you can replace it with

alert($(this).index());
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by:radugheorghies
ID: 36553720
Hello gurvinder372

alert($(this).index()) in my fuction is always -1 (for all tabs).
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by:Gurvinder Pal Singh
ID: 36553725
okay, tell me one thing

$("#featured > ul").bind("tabsselect", function(event, ui) {
        //selectedTab =$("#featured > ul").tabs().data("selected.tabs");
      //alert (ui.index);
     alert($(this).html());
)}

when you select tab, does this alert the correct tab?
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by:radugheorghies
ID: 36553745
this is what I get on any tab:

            
 <li class="ui-tabs-nav-item ui-tabs-selected" id="nav-fragment-1"><div class="spatiu1"><a href="#fragment-1"><img src="images/gol.gif" alt="" height="100" width="138"></a></div></li>
	        <li class="ui-tabs-nav-item" id="nav-fragment-2"><div class="spatiu2"><a href="#fragment-2"><img src="images/gol.gif" alt="" height="100" width="138"></a></div></li>
	        <li class="ui-tabs-nav-item" id="nav-fragment-3"><div class="spatiu3"><a href="#fragment-3"><img src="images/gol.gif" alt="" height="100" width="138"></a></div></li>
	        <li class="ui-tabs-nav-item" id="nav-fragment-4"><div class="spatiu4"><a href="#fragment-4"><img src="images/gol.gif" alt="" height="100" width="138"></a></div></li>
            <li class="ui-tabs-nav-item" id="nav-fragment-5"><div class="spatiu5"><a href="#fragment-5"><img src="images/gol.gif" alt="" height="100" width="138"></a></div></li>

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This is what alert($(this).html()) is doing.
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Gurvinder Pal Singh earned 2000 total points
ID: 36553752
why don't you simply do

alert($(".ui-tabs-selected").index());

since by now you know which one is selected, because .ui-tabs-selected class is attached to it
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by:radugheorghies
ID: 36553801
hmmm.

alert($(".ui-tabs-selected").index()); is always -1.
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by:Gurvinder Pal Singh
ID: 36553806
even if you select some other tab also?

In that case, whatever plugin you are using, is not assigning the class properly
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by:radugheorghies
ID: 36553926
i did it in other way:

var mycheckedtab=setInterval("checktabs()",200);

function checktabs(){
	if ($("#nav-fragment-2").hasClass("ui-tabs-selected")){
		$("#fragmentelemele-1").show();
		$("#fragmentelemele-2").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-3").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-4").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-5").hide();	
	}
	
	if ($("#nav-fragment-3").hasClass("ui-tabs-selected")){
		$("#fragmentelemele-1").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-2").show();
		$("#fragmentelemele-3").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-4").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-5").hide();	
	}
	
	if ($("#nav-fragment-4").hasClass("ui-tabs-selected")){
		$("#fragmentelemele-1").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-2").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-3").show();
		$("#fragmentelemele-4").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-5").hide();	
	}
	
	if ($("#nav-fragment-5").hasClass("ui-tabs-selected")){
		$("#fragmentelemele-1").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-2").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-3").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-4").show();
		$("#fragmentelemele-5").hide();	
	}
	if ($("#nav-fragment-1").hasClass("ui-tabs-selected")){
		$("#fragmentelemele-1").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-2").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-3").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-4").hide();
		$("#fragmentelemele-5").show();	
	}
	}

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Thanks for suggestion gurvinder372.

I think it is something wrong with jQuery UI.
I am using 1.3.2 version.
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