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ddselect problems

Posted on 2014-03-26
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I copied the ddselect code from github.
http://www.kids4kars.org/madlib2.asp

Is there a way to change the js code that when you select an option from the second box, when it copies the information to a div, it removed the image part and just shows the label?
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Question by:rivkamak
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please take time to provide the right information :
The plugin on github (ddslick not ddselect) : https://github.com/prashantchaudhary/ddslick

when it copies the information to a div

Which information? first and second box?
Is second box is depending the first one but not currently?

On the first documentation (http://designwithpc.com/Plugins/ddSlick) example I see :
onSelected: function (data) {
        console.log(data);
    }

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If you add the following code to the SECOND ddslick parameter, it should work :
onSelected: function (data) {
        $('#demoBasic img').hide(); // hide image of the first one
    }

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by:rivkamak
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when I load the page, the boxes first load as regular text and then the page jumps and the code kicks in.
is there a way to make the code load faster, so people don't see the time delaY?
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by:leakim971
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You should confirm your FIRST question has been answered... or not... before asking something else...
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by:rivkamak
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yes, the first question was answered and you will get your points.
now can you help me with the second?
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So why not closing the quesion and see if I want to answer the second one?

Anyway :
Add this CSS to hide the dropdown :
#demoBasic, #divNoImage {
   display:none;
}

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This is how to show the first one AFTER creating it :
$("#demoBasic").show();

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This is how to show the second one AFTER creating it :
$("#divNoImage").show();

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