I am attempting to create a profile page with PHP utilizing AJAX technologies as well. I need profile data to auto-refresh on the page when a change is made in the database but every 15-30 seconds intervals are fine too. I would really like to use AJAX/PHP for this because I think it will be good for me to know and learn.
I have checked the internet for this and all of the examples show a form select/combobox where you select a "User" and then it populates the information automatically in a div below.
But... I need AJAX or PHP to READ THE VARIABLE FROM THE URL instead of a form(Combobox) and ultimately refresh the data on the page with the results from the DB query in the php file.
I have some form fields that the user can either type in or he can check a checkbox so that MySQL data for an option selected from a dynamically generated (PHP/MySQL) select menu is filled in. How can this be implemented? I have the code for the select menu.
I ve been trying the following code (see below), this code was posted by tabo here but apparently he left, it works fine on Firefox, Chrome, Safari but I cant get it working on Internet Explorer...I ve been looking everywhere and I dont understand where is the problem. here is the full coding :
I'm using AJAX to auto-refresh a chatroom. You can see it on the right of the following site: http:[url]...
The problem is, when large images are placed in the chatroom via BBCode, (temporarily disabled) when the chatroom refreshes, they flicker! This is caused by the AJAX reloading the content, which in turn reloads the image.Is there a workaround for this? I want to allow images in the chatroom, but I don't want to turn off the auto-refresh. Below is the code I am running to refresh the chatroom:
Basically, what it does is reloads chatQuery.php and currentlyOnlineQuery.php every 5 seconds, or when a chat message is submitted.
I am showing recent visitors on profile page.The most recent visitor would be "1 min ago".If suddenly new user comes so i just want to append that user with the message "about a min ago" without refreshing the page.
ex- suppose my recent visitors list ll be like this-
And now smita comes as the recent most visitor i want to append her name in to this list without refreshing the the entire page like this
I know i can do this with AJAX. I have searching around the net for the any helpful resource but didn't get anything yet.
could someone please point me in the right direction for creating an AJAX page that displays "live" data from a mysql database? I need the page to update its self every time data changes in a mysql table.
I want to add a comment system after my article, <form id="postform" class="postform"> is written into a MYSQL_QUERY result circle. but after post a comment, the current posted comment will be showed in all the <div class="post_comment"></div>, how to modify jquery ajax part so that the current posted comment only be showed in its own <div class="post_comment"></div>? [code]...
I have a form.On the form I have a drop down box that allows the user to select a data set to work with (A or B). The table loads just fine and all is right with the world. No problems there.What I need is for the user to be able to edit the data set and have those changes written directly back to the mySQL database. They also need the option of deleting a record entirely.I know how to do all the database queries, updates, etc. I just don't know how to write the ajax forms to accomplish this.
I am not sure, if this works. I make a function call with the ajax option of jquery.If I try this, the whole response data is shown in the specific #div.Is there any possibility to load only the content of "#div" from some.php?
I have a small app, my first real ajax project, which gives you details for product availability, for each day. The user selects a day (from a calendar) and then a time slot within the day. The app then displays how many slots are available for purchase, on that day, for that time... I wanted to refresh the data, every 5s, to provide slick real time availability info... but alas, when you change day (look at another day and time), the old timer still runs with the old arguments, and so it keeps resetting the 'details' panel to the previous day's details... how do I reset the timer? or delete the old one?
how I could possibly go about this... - I don't want to use Iframes either as the the div is a button which opens a hidden div on the page (parent page) so I don't think iframes would be best either
I have a form with a list box. Beside the list box I have a link that opens a new window in order for users to enter new records which then appear in the list box. How do I make the list box refresh to show newly added records? Can I refresh it when it receives the focus or are there better ways to do it? Also, how do I make the new window open to a certain size or to make it maximized?
[code]i hav written dis code to auto refresh page only once but it is refreshing after every 5 seconds. Earlier i hav wriiten meta tag but it is refreshing page after every 5 seconds & after that i hav wriiten script to auto reffresh page only once but they both r doin the same work.
I'm using a combination of Yahoo Pipes and rssdisplayer.js [url] to display some snippets from several RSS feeds on a new site I'm building.
The trouble I'm having is that (i) the feeds don't update when I refresh the page, I think because a cached version of the page is being loaded, and (ii) I'd like to have the div containing the feeds auto-refresh at a given time interval.
i have a text area of php inside that reads off messages of a database and i wanted to have it auto refresh every 2 seconds. im making it into a chat box. at the moment what you have to do is press a refresh button but its a hassel. i dont want to get into to much ajax becuase i have a ton more stuff to do and dont want to spend to much time on 1 thing. but it looks like this
<textarea rows="30" cols="65" valueCommit=ta1.verticalScrollPosition=ta1.maxVerticalScrollPosition; /> <? $query="select * from chat"; query string stored in a variable $rt=mysql_query($query); query executed