Datascroller not updating
But when I scroll down no event is fired from Frontend. The problem is that update does not work with lazy Data Scroller. I have rich:datascroller for my rich:data Table which is working well except that when I am on any page number (let say 5) and do a search operation (or any operation which renders the data Table). I am using p:data Scroller with 10 chunk Size, but on my content of each item, I am adding one class, it have a click event function, when I load the page, my function event only works with the 10 ... Suppose if you make change in search crieteria and after that if you select new page number 6, then a4j:...At this point in the Java Script section of the Web Standards Curriculum, you’ve already covered the real basics of Java Script usage, looked at how to target elements using the DOM, and seen how to manipulate them once you’ve successfully targeted them.In this article we will look at how to dynamically update the styling applied to your elements by manipulating your CSS at runtime using Java Script.A better way, which allows you to reference both internal and external style sheets individually, is to use the property to check if it has the title our code is looking for.You can see a functional example of this in the adding and removing rules example, which I will discuss in the next section.
Let’s look at a real example — initially the text is styled, but when we set the .
The syntax has to be different here, because for example if you write objects for the other elements.
In this case, rather than changing one specific element on our page, changes here will change all elements that the CSS rules apply to.
What if you want to change a specific element inside the DOM?
Using the DOM API you can access the specific elements of your page.To solve this issue, we can use Java Script to either iterate through all the articles and only make the CSS articles visible (I’ll discuss how to do this later), or add a rule to one of our style sheets that will make only the CSS articles visible.