I would like to know how to set the focus on a radio button (if it is
possible) I tried button.focus() but with no luck
The reason that I need to do this is to validate a form. If the user does
not select a radio button I would like my validation code to set the focus
at the first radio button within the pair that was not selected that way
he/she does not have to look for it.
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I'm desperately trying to set the focus into a FCKEditor component (client side). I know that the FCK object exposes a "Focus()" method (the capital F isn't a spelling mistake). The problem is I don't know how to bind to this object from my container page (aspx). How can you reference this object?
I wrote code for a scramble word game and I am trying to set focus everytimge I click on check button..I've got it so it will set focus when I start game, but whenever I put put setFocus() on the onclick of the button it will not work.is there any way the I can have two procedures for onclick.like <input id="inbox" type="text" /><input type="button" value="check" onclick="guess()" "setFocus()"/>I also want to selectall if the word is incorrect not sure how to go about doing this..I did research on this problem, but they all give me examples on applying just one thing to the onclick not two..
I'm opening a dialog box using the jQuery UI dialog methods, this box will display a form, and I would like to autofocus the first element. I'm also modifying tabindex of the different form fields of this new form in order to make them a lot higher than those of the original page, and thus navigate through the form using only the tab key. The issue is that I can correctly change tabindex values, and correctly focus the first element but pressing tab will not focus the next element in my newly added form but seems to act as I was focusing the first "tabindexable" element of my original page. I also note that manually focusing (ie. clicking) the element cause no problem, new tab index order is respected. Does anyone have a clue where it can came from ? Something seems to be messed up in the tabindex order. Tested on FF3, maybe the browser only update tabindex order on "manual" focus and not when modifying attributes ?
I am working in a third party application which has a hookinto their window.onload() function.(it calls my fnCustomOnload. In my fnCustomOnload() function I have tried to bind a focusout event on a particular input and have it call a function callled fnGetRestriction(). The function fnGetRestriction()actually works without errors, I have forced it with the grabfocus.focus (lines 2 and 3)but it is called not being called anytime other than once at the beginning when it is force by lines 2 and 3.. The line that performs the alert() (line 4)works properly all the time. What is wrong with line 5?
There are many ways for setting focus on form fields. I'm actually looking for some code that automatically detects if there is any form on the page & then automatically sets the focus to the first field of the form.
I've got this hidden div that pops up using jQuery when the login menu item is clicked. <div class="entry-wrapper" id="reg-login" style="display:none;"> <div class="t"></div> <div id="loginFormHolder" class="c"> <div class="close"> <a href="index.php" class="spotlight-close"> </a> </div> <!-- close --> <div class="login"> <div> <!-- blank --> ..... What I'm trying to do is setting the input focus on the user_session_username text input and the code is not working. The div pops up but the focus is never put into the user_session_username edit field.
The if statement evaluating the last name field is the only statement that evaluates to true. It seems the first statment is bypassed. Any ideas? PS. the element with the id lastNameError/firstNameError is in a div tag.
Im trying to configuere a form that a.a radio buttons that allow the user to choose between quarters, nickels, dimes and pennies and show image when click on my radio button.how to get the image to display whenthey click on the radio button?
I have a set of radio buttons each with an onclick event that has a numeric value. When the button is clicked an input box called "Total" is updated with the new value. The problem I'm having is that if a radio button is checked and one clicks on it again then the onclick event is triggered.
Is there any way to prevent the onclick event from triggering if the radio button is already checked?
I have 3 radio buttons with the same name ("myradio"). The value of each is a different URL (eg. value="http:[url]...)I have a link underneath these (<a href="#">Send</a>). I would like the selected radio button's value to be inserted into the href of the link, and if the user selects a different radio button that this changes.
I have a form with 4 radio buttons, the scenario is, when a user click on a radio button a hidden content will be displayed and the other three radio buttons will be disabled so that at one time a user can only click and view single radio button and the hidden content.Here is my code to show hide the hidden content but i need when the user select one radio button the other radio buttons should disable.
Here are two examples, you will need to goto the link andclick on "Add New Customer" on the right hand side.This one works:This is the code (it sets the property to checked and visually appears checked):
I have a Google Map running and get the country displayed to set a radio button for that country. The code retrieves the countryCode (variable is below) from Google, but I can't get the radio button to set. I am either not selecting properly or not setting properly. I've tried several things. Here's the relevant code.[code]
I am attempting to pass a value from child to parent window. My issue is that I can't get the value of my radio button to the parent when there is more than one radio button. I get a result of "undefined".
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