Here’s how to do it.
First make the drop-down and as the single option make a “loading” message - just to let the user know something is happening.
Like tables, jQuery also allows you to play around with all other tags. In a recent project, we wanted to change a fixed set of labels/texts into icons instead. For this challenge jQuery was used to build the new image tag, and for good measure, here is a small example of how you can build an image tag - including alt-text and click-event.
The basic code for building and inserting an image into the DOM looks like this:
I’ve been playing with jQuery the recent weeks, and while it is reasonable simple to get started with and the jQuery documentation is pretty good, I thought I’d share a few snippets of jquery examples/code, which showcases a few simple practical uses for jquery.
First up - tables and jquery.
With jQuery you can add content to a HTML table. Here are to simple examples on how to add content into a table.