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Thread: Using a HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery website template, can't get the Java pop-ups to work..

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    Default Using a HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery website template, can't get the Java pop-ups to work..

    This is a free template I am trying to adapt for a personal portfolio:
    http://www.priteshgupta.com/templates/vivid-photo

    I have edited the original template and uploaded it HERE
    This is the style.css:
    http://home.stoynev.net/test/css/style.css

    On the menu on the right, the template originally comes with three links - ME, MY WORK and CONTACT; when clicked, a Java pop-up shows the content of the links.

    However I need two more links - RESUME and REFERENCES.

    The pop-ups are defined in a separate file called pop-ups.js:
    http://home.stoynev.net/test/js/pop-ups.js

    I have added the respective code in pop-ups.js for the two additional menu entries that I need, and also in index.html so they show on the webpage,
    in style.css along with the code for the three pop-ups that work "out of the box".


    The problem is that after all done, when I click on ANY of the two new entries I added (be it References or Resume) - no pop-up shows...


    The two articles - References and Resume - are defined in index.html as such:
        <article id="popupResume" class="popupResume">
            <a id="popupResumeClose">
        </article>
     
        <article id="popupReferences" class="popupReferences">
            <a id="popupReferencesClose">
        </article>

    Here is the modified section from style.css - I added just two entries in each line (popupResume and popupReferences, etc):
        #popupAbout,#popupProjects,#popupResume,#popupReferences,#popupContact{height:600px;width:900px;overflow:auto;background-color:rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.75);border:2px solid #cecece;z-index:15;padding:20px;color:#FFF;-webkit-box-shadow:0px 0px 4px #000 inset;-moz-box-shadow:0px 0px 4px #000 inset;box-shadow:0px 0px 4px #000 inset;-webkit-border-radius:10px;-moz-border-radius:10px;-o-border-radius:10px;-ms-border-radius:10px;-khtml-border-radius:10px;border-radius:10px;margin-top:-50px;visibility:hidden}
        #popupAbout p,#popupProjects p,#popupResume p,#popupReferences p,#popupContact p{padding-left:10px;font-size:18px;line-height:20px}
        #popupAbout h1,#popupProjects h1,#popupResume h1,#popupReferences h1,#popupContact h1{text-align:left;font-size:30px;letter-spacing:1px;border-bottom:1px dotted #D3D3D3;padding-bottom:2px;margin-bottom:20px}
        #popupAboutClose,#popupProjectsClose,#popupResumeClose,#popupReferencesClose,#popupContactClose{right:6px;top:6px;position:absolute;display:block}
        *:focus{outline:none}

    And these are the two paragraphs I added to pop-outs.js:
      var popupResumeStatus=0;
        function loadPopupResume(){if(popupResumeStatus==0){$("#popupResume").fadeIn("slow");
        popupResumeStatus=1}}function disablePopupResume(){if(popupResumeStatus==1){$("#popupResume").fadeOut("slow");
        popupResumeStatus=0}}function centerPopupResume(){var b=document.documentElement.clientWidth;
        var d=document.documentElement.clientHeight;
        var c=$("#popupResume").height();
        var a=$("#popupResume").width();
        $("#popupResume").css({position:"absolute",top:d/2-c/2,left:b/2-a/2})}$(document).ready(function(){$("#popupResume").fadeOut();
        popupResumeStatus=0;
        $("#Resume").click(function(){$("#popupResume").css({visibility:"visible"});
        disablePopupAbout();
        disablePopupContact();
        disablePopupProjects();
        disablePopupReferences();
        centerPopupResume();
        loadPopupResume()});
        $("#popupResumeClose").click(function(){disablePopupResume()})});
        $(function(){$("#popupResume").jScrollPane();
        $(".popupResume").jScrollPane({showArrows:true,horizontalGutter:10})});
     
     
        var popupReferencesStatus=0;
        function loadPopupReferences(){if(popupReferencesStatus==0){$("#popupReferences").fadeIn("slow");
        popupReferencesStatus=1}}function disablePopupReferences(){if(popupReferencesStatus==1){$("#popupReferences").fadeOut("slow");
        popupReferencesStatus=0}}function centerPopupReferences(){var b=document.documentElement.clientWidth;
        var d=document.documentElement.clientHeight;
        var c=$("#popupReferences").height();
        var a=$("#popupReferences").width();
        $("#popupReferences").css({position:"absolute",top:d/2-c/2,left:b/2-a/2})}$(document).ready(function(){$("#popupReferences").fadeOut();
        popupReferencesStatus=0;$("#References").click(function(){$("#popupReferences").css({visibility:"visible"});
        disablePopupAbout();
        disablePopupContact();
        disablePopupResume();
        disablePopupProjects();
        centerPopupReferences();
        loadPopupReferences()});
        $("#popupReferencesClose").click(function(){disablePopupReferences()})});
        $(function(){$("#popupReferences").jScrollPane();
        $(".popupReferences").jScrollPane({showArrows:true,horizontalGutter:10})});


    I am not that good w/ Java so any help will be greatly appreciated, TIA!


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    Default Re: Using a HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery website template, can't get the Java pop-ups to wo

    I don't see any Java?

    JavaScript is Not Java

    Edit: That link is a bit outdated, SO has it under control:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2...cript-and-java

    "Java and Javascript are similar like Car and Carpet are similar."
    Last edited by Tjstretch; April 6th, 2012 at 01:40 PM.

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