I have a web page with one text box, one button, one link. This text box shows different text at every refresh, the button click refreshes the page with OnClick="history.go(0)" -- this works fine. While clicking this link, the page shows more fields ( check box, drop down - things like that ). Once after choosing certain data in those check box and other input fields ! Clicking that button shows new data in text box - but this selected input are gone ?! How can I have that across refresh !! Am new to web programming. I know it is possible to do with cookies - storing the input and accessing but is there any other simple way ?!
I have a form that has a view underneath it with live data from a database. I need to refresh the page every 60 seconds, but if someone is filling out the form I don't want them to loose the information they are in progress of entering.
I have many tags. I want click each tag, then post/get the tag's value to another page. In another page, received the values and make a mysql query. Then return the resalt data to the first page(do not make an iframe).
I want to be able to open a window with a variable. For example, I will use domain.com?reference=1234- This link will open a pop up window as follows:
When I open this window, it is always showing data put in last, it isnt refreshed. I wanted to open this pop up window, enter data and then click submit and make the data enter the database and then refresh the parent window. Every time I have done this, either the parent or the pop (or both) is showing old data.
this code refereshes the whole page and focus goes at the top of the page but I want the focus of the page at the same place where I perform refresh. Actually I am using AJAX to submit a form, a form opens through ajax request but I need to refresh the page to take the effect of the dynamic data, which is being saved,updated or deleted on the page. So is there any way where focus of the page remains there when I refreshed the page
I'm trying using this good example [URL] but I need to use it with more than 1 parameter. What I'm trying to do is a form with two fields (i.e. Name and city) who feed a query. The results of the query should be shown below the form.
i.e.: Enter name and city in the follow form...
SELECT * FROM partecipants WHERE name=name AD city=city
All I need is a MySQL update by pressing the submit button. The user sould't get on the php site by pressing the Submitbutton and when it's possible there should't be a page refresh by pressing the submit button.
The jquery.form.js plugin also didn't work that way.
I want to have a form to select between English and Spanish on a site. Upon selecting a radio buton (I prefer to do this without a submit button - just select the radio button and move on), I want a cookie to be set for which selection has occured and then be taken to that page. On the return visit I'd like to check for this cookie and then be sent to the correct page if it exists. Anyone have any ideas? I've found a few cookie tutorials and things, but they invole a submit button or a manual page refresh after the selection.
[URL]. I looked at this script and I tried playing around with it but could not figure out how to: Instead of having a check box field and then a radio box field, have 2 radio box fields, so the user picks from one group of radio boxes and then another. Then change the math behind it so the values in the first field are multiplied by 100 and then the values in the second field tack on a percentage (ex value in first field is 1.5 so 1.5x100 = 150 and value in second field is .5 so total is 225).
I have an item at the end of a menu that when it is moused over, it makes a form visible underneath it. On some machines running Safari the form flashes on and of on hover, and disappears when the mouse leaves the trigger.
I can get it to happen in Firefox if I move the mouse super slow from the trigger word to the box. I've tried moving the log in box closer with css, and it still happens.
I would like to have a main form (written in PHP) that has a "lookup" button next to a text field. When the user clicks "lookup", it should open a new window that lets them search (child.page1). When they enter a name or DOB into the search form, it submits the form through PHP (via POST), to a results page (child.page2). This displays all persons in the database which have a name or DOB == to the search term(s), with a checkbox next to each match. They click the checkbox (or alternenatively, a link), and return the checkbox value to the main window.
I've been searching for a few hours and haven't been able to find a code snippet to see if this is available. I'm attempting to pass text from my website to another website that has a form setup on it. I'd like to fill in the pertinent data for my users on the page that I load for them. I cannot make any changes to the receiving page as it is run by another company. I've pasted some of the code that is available on the receiving form.
I'd want that: at the first user's click on the #register div, the div #registerForm become visible, it should remains visible also when the user click the submit button within and it should disappear if the user click a second time on the #register.I partially solved my problems with this:
I added maphilight to an html page. Suddenly, an unrelatedtable at the bottom of the page disappeared. The box is there, but the most of the table won't appear. Click on the bottom of the table, voila.Remove the jquery, it displays fine. The W3C validator OK's the file. Thisproblem is in IE8, not Firefox.
There are 3 wide lines that divide the data inthe 'missing' preformatted table. If I shorten the length of the 1stor 2nd line (the 3rd line doesn't affect it), it displays properly..[URL]But then I got it to display with minor changes to textabove the table. But then it wouldn't. I finally got[URL]to work and[URL] doesn't work. (edit: most of the time, both files don't always display consistently, even on different computers.) They are *exactly* the same file except for the time stamp in the file!
details: I deleted a couple of lines of text above the table and it displayed OK.When adding the internal #java anchorabove the table, that extra text changed how short the 2nd line needed to be to get the table to display. I had to remove about 6 characters from the 2nd line to get the table to show up again.
I created a page using jquery to display library resources, based on subject area:Everything seems to work find in Firefox; in IE, however, on page load, there is a brief moment when the items that should be hidden appears briefly, then disappears...does anyone know why this would happen?Here is my code: