Basically I want to prevent a user from moving to another field if the current one is invalid (non-numeric).I've tried a few things that I though would do the job, I've also tried using the change event with the last line (resetting the focus to the current element) but no dice.
jQuery('.setupprice, .monthlyprice, .quantity','#config_dialog').live('focusout',function(e)
var val = parseFloat(jQuery(this).val());
I've used the fantastic Cycle plugin on a couple of projects now, and it's worked really well.
I have four elements that use cycle, and I've used the timeout and delay options to have one box after another flip repeatedly.
This works well, so the first slide flips after 1 second, the second after 2 and so on, and then each slide continues to flip in turn.
Unfortunately, when I move to another browser tab or another window, then move back, returning focus to the window with the flip elements, the timing seems to go wrong. Each slide continues flipping, but they're no longer flipping one at a time.
My code runs as follows:
I'd like to see each one continue flipping in turn when I go back to the first tab.
In my work here there is an application that has recently had a plugin coded up for it, the plugin allows custom message boxes to be opened up by the user when they roll on the help icons. The boxes open automatically and then close as soon as the mouse focus rolls off their box area. The boxes support java script content and html etc so can be very customised. I have coded a user form with various data capture fields. I would like the data in the fields to be reloaded if the user accidentally rolls off the box (as this will close it and the behavious cannot be changed :-<)
I have used cookies and tested in browser and all the retreival and storage of the cookie data works fine. Problem is with this plugin app is that i cannot fit in the call to 'onload CheckForCookies()' anywhere - The boxes do not seem to appear as 'window opening events' What is way of Adding the call to checkforcookies() into my form loading - that does not depend on a window opening event? There are four or five fields and i would like them all to update with whatever was last in them when the messagebox opens - it is not an api/ browser generated messge box, rather it is a custom web widget of some sort and i do not have access to the source code at this time.
It is equally important to be able to create or refresh the cookie data for the fields when the user rolls off the box so they do not lose whatever info was typed in so far so i need to call like 'onunload SetAllCookies' Like i say i have the code to do the work, the problem is the functions are not being called as the behaviour of the little boxes does not trigger them as load / unload eventrs. I tested using 'onfocus' and this works but is nbo good as the user would only see the data they had 'lost' when they click on a field.
I would like to clear a search input field on focusout(), without extra button for reset or something similar. I filter list when users type something in search field but when they click outside the form, search filed should be cleared.
I have some accordions within jquery tabs. Within some of the accordions I have input boxes, select boxes etc. I have no issues with the select boxes, but with the input boxes clicking into them does not give focus to them and I cannot type anything in. However, right-clicking a couple of times do then allow text to be types in.
Example section from accordion with input that cannot get focus:
<h3><a href="#">Search by a reference</a></h3> <div> <fieldset> <label for="invoiceRef">Invoice Reference</label> <input type="text"
The function below will automatically move to the next input field in the event that a user hits the enter key. I'm trying to modify it so that it moves to the next input field with a tabindex set. So, in the example below, it'll move to the next input field chronologically, instead of how they're ordered on the page itself:
I'm trying to make a form with a postal code input. But there are 6 input fields within a div container. When some one types just one letter they automatically go to the next input field this continuing until they reach the last input area.
I have a form with a certain number of elements, i want it to at first only display the first, then when i deselect that element the next one is shown and focus moved to that and so on until the end of the form. Im new to jQuery and just
I have just started using jQuery and getting familiar with the syntax. I have a simple function I want to run that will add a "focus" class when a textbox receives focus, and remove it when it loses it. I have the following code:
The code appears to run normally, but I don't see any alerts pop up when I give focus to a textbox or leave it. I have examined what jQuery is doing, and it selects the dozen or so textboxes on my page correctly and iterates through them, but afterward I don't see any "onfocus" or "onblur" events as being attached in the IE Dev Tools.
These textboxes are all hidden on the page to start with, but are accessible through the DOM.
At the moment, I have datepicker working on my page, and I really like it. When I tab through my form, and the date field receives the focus, the calendar opens. I pick a date and it closes. but some times I'm tabbing backwards through a form, or tabbing over a date field that already has a date in it, and just want to "tab on by". Datepicker open when the date field receives the focus, but does not close when the date field loses the focus.
I'm using thickbox for getting a popup at my screen where the user can write info into inputfields.Only I want that the first inputfield is selected/focus.I have use the following codes but nothing is working.
Trying to create a method/function how ever you want to call it, that will allow me to clear input values on inputs with focus() and restore the input values if nothing is entered or keep what the user types on focusou().[code]
first, i put the object on a variableEnviro["lastfocus"] = $(event.target);after that i do an action and the data come back from the httpRequestthen I do that$(Enviro["lastfocus"]).focus();But nothhing append, no error bot no result.
My image upload form has a choice of either upload image by entering url or by browsing for a file, I'm trying to empty the file-input input if you focus on the url-input. I've tried bother these events on click/blur but neither seem to work like they would for a checkbox or text input. [code]...
I am trying to set focus to the first checkbox or text box on the page. Some pages have text boxes at the top, and others have check boxes. The following is the code I am using for the first text box, however it I require the possibility to use checkbox or text.