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The event which in the following keydown function code is not returning the correct key codes. I have checked this in Chrome using the developer tools and the console.log(e.which) statement in my code.
Is it possible to make a textarea required only if a certain value is selected from a <select>?
I searched about this problem over Internet and found the same result many times, I found this example on stackoverflow [URL] but this example didn't work in my project; I am making a toolbar with buttons that insert HTML tags around the selected text in a <textarea>, this exemple didn't work because when the user click on a button the selected text won't be selected anymore because <textarea> loses focus and selected text will be unselected, I am targeting Firefox and compatible browsers so you don't need to give me the IE code; jQuery codes are accepted;
What i want is: I have a textarea. When user selects some text and presses a button "[smth]" is added to the begin and end of selected text. How can i do this? It must work on all browsers. The same thing makes daniweb when you format a text (post).
I would like to disable a feature on my site if someone is in a textarea or input text field. Yet I can't seem to figure out how to check for this... Could someone give me an example of how I can determine if a user does not have a text input or textarea selected? Can't seem to get anything I found via google working.
im loading data via json dynamical from the server. Now i try to optimate the speed of my application and so i want to disable the validate of the fields during the data loading from the server.Is there a simple solution to this? like validate = false
I have a parent element that registered to the keydown event.somewhere down the hierarchy I have a table and some buttons. It appears that after I press the buttons, I only get the keydown event in the parent after 3 key strokes.I put breakpoints and the event is simply not called.I'm guessing this is a focus issue, but couldn't make it work.
Could anyone shed some light on why this might not be working? Nothing happens when I press either the left or right key... Well, I have put an alert screen in there that does work - the problem is that I want the a#previous_link to be followed, but nothing happens!
I am trying to handle keystrokes on a text input element, in the keydown event. I need to know what character is about to be inserted into the string. I am able to get it for almost all letters, numbers and symbols using a combination of event.shiftKey, event.charCode, and String.fromCharCode() and some hard-coded lookup tables. (i'm aware that this is probably not going to work on non-standard/non-american keyboard layouts)
Unfortunately I can't get the character for a few: question mark, angle brackets, underbar, colon, and a few others. They all have charCode of zero, and nothing else in the event indicates which is which. Other than waiting till the element's value has changed (i.e. the keyup or keypress event), what can I do to tell which key is pressed?
I'm trying to get a keydown function to trigger an event... The same as the onclick event I currently have working. I got the buttons to work on keydown, but I cant get them to work just like the onclick. Trying to get them to do the same thing.