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 have a form which passes an IP address to another page which then runs a function to resolve a host name. I am trying to pass the form name 'ip' to the string, but am having problems with the syntax. Code:
I have a question about generating results in fields automatically without submitting or onclick onblur etc.. Just the result would generate and show as soon as I start filling in fields.example I would like to fill out my size qty and have the result show in field QTY_1.
So I decided on my midterm project its going to be a simple gas/trip calculator that calculates the cost of the trip with regards to price of gas an how many miles your going. I am just learning how to use the DOM so please be nice with me lol. Anyway I understand how to grab a field from a form an slap it into a variable but what i cant figure out is how to make the result appear in the result input field. So Here is my code.
<!-- Gas & Distance Calculator Author: Kevin Grissom
I would like to know if it is possible to load form result in the same window after clicking the validation button. I know this method that load elements from the server on the current page after changing an input value. (Using methods: change() and load() )[URL] Is it possible to do same with forms, and which methods to use?
I create a form dynamically with Java Script depending on certain actions a user choose. The end result is a form asking the user to confirm sending one or more SMS message via a message gateway outside of my system. Confirmation will then trigger a funtion with one or more statements like this: [CODE] document.frmSMS.action ="[URL] user=User&password=Password&sender=Sender&SMSText=Friendly Reminder from Joe Bloggs Pty Ltd: You have an outstanding amount of R 4,534.00 that is 135 days ovedue. Please settle to as soon possible.&IsFlash=0&GSM=27826555959"; document.frmSMS.submit(); [ICODE] The target site then responds with either an error code (i.e. -10) or a reference number. The question is - How do I retrieve the error code?
this form look up some holiday destination which appears on this page with url: [URL] Now, I dont want to display result on this page, but on page B, in iframe.I found a way how to redirect output as a link to properly show in iframe on page B.
Page A contains:
In this case page B will properly load requested link in iframe.Problem is it is just a static link... I want to display search result from the form.
In my application I have an iframe that is empty (and not visible) initially, however when a user presses a button a form is programmatically submitted and the target is set to the IFrame.
I want to detect when the frame has been loaded with the result of the form submit.
Of course I have tried some event handlers like onload, onactivate, onreadystatechange, but they do not work in this example. They only seem to work, when the "SRC" attribute of the "IFrame" is set, e.g. not when the IFrame is set as the target of the form.
I have a simple calculator on my website which has a few options selectable by radio buttons. When the user adds selections - the total price of their order is automatically calculated and displayed in a <div> for them to see. The client then can deselect options or add according to their budget. The code which deals with this is as follows (just sections of it but you get the point ....) In the <HEAD>
I believe I found an accessibility issue with superfish. I have the "sf- menu" ul as the child of another list item. After tabbing through the entire sf-menu, it disappears. How might I fix this? This is happening in both IE and firefox. It is nested as follows. ul -> li -> ul sf-menu
After much searching and head-scratching (JS is not my forte!), I adapted some code to do what I want - well, almost! So here I am back again. I need to have three divs on a page, with each separate div changing onClick. Below is the code so far.
1) when I open it in a browser window both divs show, then the one disappears when I click on the second div leaving only the numbers. How can I change it so that both divs remain open?
2) Instead of the numbers , , etc. to change the divs, I'd like to have to just click on one single 'click here for more' to display the next div then return to the first after the last one. Can this be integrated or is it too late?
I have a map with hotspots, and when you hover over a hot spot, a hidden DIV appears. The only problem I'm having now is getting the DIV to remain open while I move my mouse from the hotspot to the DIV. As soon as I move my mouse away from the hotspot, the DIV disappears. I need to put links in the DIVs, and users will need to be able to move their mouse away from the hotspot to click on the link, but currently can't.
I experimented with setTimeout, but didn't get too far. I really need to get this working.
I have a jwplayer in my page, and I've placed a short text describing it underneath it. Works fine in FF and Chrome, but in IE the text vanishes after you click the "Allow blocked content" permissions to allow activex controls.This is what it looks like:
I use superfish horizontal nav-bar style. Subcategories appearhorizontally below categories.The problem is that when I take themouse from the category name to reach one of their subcats, thesubmenu disappears! The subcategories disappear too fast! Is there away to fix this?
and asp.net-mvc 3 razor After I click at label "Hello" I get next element totagRows. But when I click next time at label "Hello" I lose this element, but I want to add next element. What I must change to have desired effect?
I cant find an example for this, but I'm sure people will know what I mean. Imagine a form on a page, the user hits submit, but a new page does not load, instead a "busy" graphic displays, then disappears and then the results of the input are displayed.
Does anybody have a link to a tutorial or an example of this kind of feature? Or even a few google keywords to search for would be cool also.