I have this reservation form found on the main page of: http://www.avis.com.lb/
As you can see the current month "August" is selected as the default month and so is the year and day (the day is programmed to jump 2 days ahead for the renting of the car...)
However if you look closely (check the screenshot attached) you'll see that the month "August" is repeated twice and so is the year "2009", the current month is repeated twice. What I wanna do is remove the duplication and just auto select the current month without duplicating it.code...
In our current application we have a page whose sole purpose for existence is to permit the user to select from a list (subsequent to our login page). We would like to have the list drop down automatically when the visitor arrives at the page, perhaps by using the onLoad event to call the dropdown code. The problem is, the click() event does not drop down the list, as I would have thought it might.
I can successfully fire other methods using the object.method() syntax. Our form is named "test," the select is named "sel1," and the code document.test.sel1.focus() in fact focuses the control, document.test.sel1.selectedIndex=2 selects the third item, etc. Given that, I would have thought that document.test.sel1.click() would cause a similar result to clicking the control, i.e., dropdown of the select. Instead, all that happens is what appears to be a very quick redraw of the selected value's text (i.e., it flickers slightly).
I've tried preceding the call to click() with a call to focus(), and vice versa. No joy. I've Googled on several combinations of search terms, but either there's no information on how to accomplish this or it was deeper than the 3-4 pages I followed down into each of the search results.
Anybody know if it is possible to do what we want, and if so, could you point me to a link where I can find sample source?
On this page (just a demo) I canít get IE6 to auto-select the first item in the dynamically-generated drop-down menus. Well, that isnít entirely true. Sometimes it works properly, but never on the first try. When it fails, the error message it gives is:
"Cannot set the selected property. Unspecified error."
FF2, IE7, and OP9 all behave as expected. I have tried a variety of workarounds to no avail. I don't have an exhaustive list of everything I have tried, but it seems like I have tried a hundred ways of setting the "selected" attribute.
The page uses jQuery 1.1.2. Currently the page is using...
I want to be able to post to a page, and one of the post values, auto selects one of the values in a drop-down box.So say i post a value 'Red' from a field called 'Colors' to a form, I would like 'Red' to be automatically selected in the 'Colors' select dropdown list.I am working with dropdown lists of many values, so need a way to automate this selection.
I made a custom function for returning the current week of the month and it is having problems with months that have more than 5 weeks such as May and August. It is returning the week before the current week, such as May 25 is really week 5 but it returns week 4.
However, I am confused as to how I can highlight the current day of the month, so that any one looking at the calendar knows what the date is. I would like to make the current day background color red and the text white.
I have two functions that i want to combine for a calander link that would use the current month value from an array to choose the corresponding html file and display it in a pop up window. each month calander is its own html file labelled by month. I cant seem to figure out how to combine the my_win() function with the getCal() function. any ideas? Code:
I'm having trouble figuring out exactly how to write the confirmation/validation for the card expiration choices compared to the current date. I have the month and year choices in selection menus, as opposed to text boxes. Code:
I've come across this archive at [URL]. What I would like is to have it to have it include "days" as well. So lets say as of today (Apr 8th), when a user choose Apr, the dropdown for 'day' will have the options 01, 02, 03.....08. Another thing to note is that each month has different number of days in it. I've tried playing around for quite some time now...but so far no luck.
I have 3 selects in a form for day, month and year for the user to enter his/her birthday.What I'm looking for is a piece of code / script which will dynamically change the day dropdown menu dependent on the month which is selected to display the correct number of days, and also according to if it is a leap year.Ive tried looking on google but I'm not sure what the correct term is to look for?
I would like to be able to resize my current window to 1024x768 and center it at the same time. I know how to resize (window.resizeTo(1024,768)) but I don't know how to center the window. The only examples I can find are opening new windows such as this:[URL] I'm restricted in that I have to have the script on one page and I cannot open new windows e.g. open a new popup window and close the opener.
I have a ColdFusion page with a select drop down list. On submit, I'm storing the value in a cfparam and trying to use jQuery to auto select that particular option. Currently I'm using :contains but this is unacceptable because it selects the last item that contains the cfparam.
$("option:contains('<cfoutput>#form.company_type#</cfoutput>')").attr('selected', 'selected'); Is there something like this: $("option").equals('<cfoutput>#form.company_type#</cfoutput>')").attr('selected', 'selected');
I willconsider other alternatives to accomplishing my objective.
I am creating a site that has to do w/ pets. I want users to be able to select the type of pet they have from the first dropdown and then select from the second dropdown from choices dependant upon what they chose in the first dropdown.
So if they choose 'dog' as a pet type in the first drop down. I want the second drop down to display 'dog breeds'. If the choose 'cat' as a pet type I want the second drop down to display 'cat breeds'. This is what I have thus far.
My data table: Contains PetType(Column 1) and BreedType(Column 2)
My page form calls these two criteria Pet Type and Breed
I want to be able to insert this script into my form's HTML footer. Code:
OnChange, I want to invoke a function that auto populates the rest of the SELECT fields in the form. The select boxes will vary in quantity as the page is dynamic, but the values are always the same (like the code above).
The only var that is passing is SOURCE, and that's because its the name of the first dropdown
i need to set up like a GET method on my RECEIVING page? or can i just pass variables through? Do i need to get the "existing" data in the fields first?
What I'm trying to do is auto populate the foreign key with help of dropdown box that contains names of clients so if i select a name from dropdown box a textfield above should populate with it's ID(primary key).
Code: <td>Client ID : </td> <td><input type="text" id="cl_id" name="cl_id" value="<? $query = "SELECT * FROM client ";[code]......