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Using multiple jquery .dialog() with custom themes each

Using multiple jquery .dialog() with custom themes each

Using multiple jquery .dialog() with custom themes each

(OP)
OK, I have this

CODE

// Dialog Link
		$('#dialog_link2').click(function(){
                    // Dialog			
                    $('#dialog').dialog({
                        autoOpen: false,
                        width: 678,
                        height: 450,
                        classes: 'dialog-bg'
                    });
                    $('#dialog').dialog('open');
                    $('#name').focus();
                    return false;
		});
		// Log In Link
		$('#logIn').click(function(){
                    // Log In
                    $('#logInPanel').dialog({
                        autoOpen: false,
                        width: 458,
                        height: 250,
                        classes: "login-dialog-bg"
                    });
                    $('#logInPanel').dialog( "open" );
                    return false;
		}); 
They each are defined in CSS to use

CODE

.dialog-bg {
	background-image: url(../../css/ui-lightness/images/dialog_bg.png);
        background-repeat: no-repeat;
}
.login-dialog-bg {
	background-image: url(../../css/ui-lightness/images/nts_logIn.png);
        background-repeat: no-repeat;
} 

for the life of me, they both come up with the same background and yet, the width and height properties are different.

What gives?

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SouthBeach
http://www.fp2php.com
The good thing about not knowing is the opportunity to learn - Yours truly, 2008.

RE: Using multiple jquery .dialog() with custom themes each

Hi

Not tried it, but according to the documentation seems there should be an object :

CODE --> ( fragment )

// Dialog
$('#dialog').dialog({
    autoOpen: false,
    width: 678,
    height: 450,
    classes: {
        'ui-dialog': 'dialog-bg'
    }
});

$('#dialog_link2').click(function(){
    $('#dialog').dialog('open');
    $('#name').focus();
    return false;
}); 

Feherke.
feherke.ga

RE: Using multiple jquery .dialog() with custom themes each

(OP)
feherke,

I opted to use .colorbox() instead. Get the same outcome a lot simpler.

Once I opted for .colorbox(), done in 20 minutes!

Thanks,

--
SouthBeach
http://www.fp2php.com
The good thing about not knowing is the opportunity to learn - Yours truly, 2008.

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