Apply CSS Style For Table Row If Radio Button Is Clicked
Jun 6, 2007
I am trying to make it so that the style "RowSelected" (embedded
below) is applied to the table row from which the radio button is
selected, and then removed when a different radio button is clicked.
an example on a website from which I forgot the URL. It only applies
the style properties to the label text, and not to the row. Code:
How could I apply a css style to a <tr> row based on the value of the contents in column 1?
For instance, on my table (generated from an asp:GirdView), column 1 contains a number ranging from 1.00 to 12.00. I need to show a certain background color for all rows whose value in column 1 is greater than 10.
How can I style the background of a radio button? I have a form where it validates the users has selected one of the radio group values. If they don't the group gets focus and I would like to highlight the radio group. I tried the below it it seems focus goes to the correct group but no background changes. Now I know you can change the background of radios and apply a border of you would like.
I have question types like agreement scales, where the respondent sees a list of statements and has to rate each one by clicking on a radio button. The source code of the matrix table looks like this:
This code works as intended; however, as you can see, it loops through all the radio buttons when one is clicked. Is there a way to accomplish this without looping through all the radios, and thus make the script run faster?
Also, I have read that the addEventListener function does not work for older versions of IE. Is there a simpler alternative?
how to dynamically add another set of rows to a table when a button is clicked. The code below shows what goes into one set. When the button is clicked, it needs to create another three rows with the same format as the code below, but the variable names need to show what row they're on so I can easily call the values that have been inputed in another function that saves the information. Sooo for example the first variable, bhrs1-1 needs to become bhrs4-1 in the next set (because there's already a bhrs2-1 and bhrs3-1 in this set, which would become bhrs5-1 and bhrs6-1 in the new set).
Everything above here works great, i just need to cut it to a certin lenght before its displayed
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I'm trying to create a cell in a table which changes color depending which radio button is checked.
Is is possible to have a Radio button, when selected, insert an image into a table(or something)? Each Radio button changing the previous image. I figure it would be an array, or maybe its a simple onclick, both of which I've tried, but I am fairly new to this. I'll show you the code, and hopefully you can figure out what I mean.
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Any guidance on scenarios to use to demo JS or a good tutorial website for real world scenarios,
I currently have a script that dynamically adds a css class called "on" to a menu item once it is selected, turning that link red to show that it's active. Here is the web page: [URL] As you can see, if you click on "Dimmer" or "Pol Pot's Birthday", or one of the three Patriotville scene links (1, 2, or 3), those links stay red. But what I need to happen is that when the user hovers over OR clicks on "1", "2", or "3", the word "Patriotville" also turns red along with those links. Here is the current code: