JQuery :: Avoid Some Characters To Be Inserted In An Input?

Jul 26, 2010

I block some characters to be inserted in my input, for example I don't want the user to insert numbers in a firstname input

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JQuery :: Ajax And French Characters When Inserted In Database

Jun 26, 2010

I get french characters who look like this , but are for example.I am using jquery ajax and making a form validation with php then inserting in the database,[code]i have try many things but nothing seems to get rid of the problem and i know it's because of jquery ajax because if i make a simple insert in database using only PHP eveything works fine.

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Jun 15, 2009

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JQuery :: Validation - Limit Characters To Be Input?

Feb 15, 2011

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Example for FirstName data input: Characters a-z,A-Z, hyphen, space are permitted. 0-1, !@#$%^&*()- etc are not permitted.

The plugin looks great but I am not able to figure-out how to limit which characters an end-user is allowed to input. Not just which characters are permitted but also which characters are not permitted.

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Change Set Characters Of An Input String?

May 12, 2011

I want to be able to control the first three characters of an input string on a login form. If a user types GP15555 or JP15555 I want it to change to GPL5555 or JPL5555 respectively changing the "1" to an "L" on the prefix

heres my code

</script>
<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
//<![CDATA[
function Login(form) {

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Aug 26, 2009

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Check If First 2 Letters Equal Certain Characters In Input Field?

Jun 14, 2011

I am having trouble with some javascript code that checks the first 2 letters of what the user inputs and whether it equals a certain set of characters. If the user for instance types in 'TT' in an input field, then i want the holding div to disappear, if anything else is typed in then this action wont happen. My code is below:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
function checkCode() {
var x=document.forms["myform"]["code"].value.substring(0, 2);
if (x == 'TT')

[Code]...

I believe the problem lies in the javascript line: "if (x == 'TT')", as the rest of the script responds but it just doesnt recognise whether 'x' starts with 'TT'

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May 28, 2006

I am trying to figure out how to submit a form via javascript, when a user enters in 9 characters into a text field. Can't seem to find out how to do this...

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Removing Unwanted Characters From A Passed Value And Passing To Input Field

Oct 20, 2009

I have an email which has some values attached to a link in the email that get passed to an online form on a website when clicked. Problem is the value is a price and the string includes a "$" which I need to remove. I've read through many examples and everyone seems to have an opinion (surprise). One suggests something like this: text2.value=text1.value.replace(/$/g,""); While someone else says its better to remove what you don't want. I am also scratching my head over should I place the value into a hidden field, scrub it then copy that into the proper field? and I imagine the best way would be to run it with an "onload" command instead or a event handler like a keystroke since the field is not typed?

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JQuery :: .replaceWith Not Seeing Inserted Div?

Jan 1, 2012

I'm trying to shrink some jQuery code by using replaceWith, instead of hiding and showing two different items. Since I'd never used replaceWith before, I created a test page, all it has has a div container, with class "one", and inside it the word One.

The jQuery code I wrote is below, it works to replace One with Two, when one is clicked. But clicking Two does nothing. I put in an alert to test what replacement is, and it is correct, a div with class of two. Yet still the second click doesn't return to One.

$(document).ready(function()
{
var replacement;
$(".one").click(function(event){

[Code]....

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JQuery :: Access To An Inserted Element?

Sep 5, 2010

I insert an element into a website (between <div id=here></div>. It works.This is an input field and a picture (a trashcan)).Click on this picture shall delete the new content between the <div>s This doesn't work.Only on the content on bottom of the site (original content) works.

<html>
<head>
<title>Test</title>

[code].....

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JQuery :: Detect New Element Inserted In DOM?

Oct 19, 2010

Is there a way in jQuery to detect when a specific new element is inserted in the DOM?

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JQuery :: Get To Text Inserted Into HTML?

Oct 14, 2009

I need to get text data from a web page which are unfortenately inserted into <span> tag by jQuery so it's not actually involved in HTML source file. That means for me I can't get it by classic HTTPRequest (programmatically).

For example, on this page: [URL]

When you enter some text in the textbox, this text will show up under it. But when you open HTML source or download it using HTTPRequest (I do so in C# language but it shouldn't matter), the source won't contain entered text. And this text is what I'm trying get to.

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Jun 28, 2011

Let's say I have this code:

$("p").click(function(){
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});
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But when I click on the new paragraph, the event listener for p isn't running.

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JQuery :: Accessing .html() Inserted Images?

Jul 22, 2011

I am building a custom shirt design app which uses an Ajax form to allow a user to upload an image, and once it is uploaded it is automatically placed in the next empty <li> in their little gallery... once it is in the gallery they can click on it and insert it into their shirt design. It's all done with Ajax so they never leave the page.

Here's the code that inserts the image into the page once it is uploaded: (this works perfect)

$('#last').html('<img src="uploads/' + filename + '" />');

Once the image is in their gallery, the user can click on it which inserts it into their t-shirt design:

var selected = $(this).attr('src');
$("#container").html('<img src="' + selected + '" width="40" />');

Okay so say their gallery already has 5 images in it an they upload a 6th, the HTML looks like this on page load:

<li class="graphic"><img src="uploads/monkey.png'"></li>
<li class="graphic"><img src="uploads/ltdtee.png'"></li>
<li class="graphic"><img src="uploads/wordpress.png'"></li>
<li class="graphic"><img src="uploads/kitty.jpg'"></li>
<li class="graphic"><img src="uploads/steve.png'"></li>
<li class="graphic" id="last"></li>

The problem is that if I click on one of the first five, it works, the image gets inserted into the shirt design. But if I click on that last one, which now has the image I uploaded in it, it doesn't get inserted into the shirt design. Is there a reason why?

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JQuery :: Selecting Element Dynamically Inserted Into DOM

Sep 28, 2010

I can't figure out how to coax JQuery in to selecting an element that is manually (dynamically) inserted in to the DOM after the page loads. For example:
If I have HTML:
<div id="bar">
World!
</div>

Then I create a new element and insert it in to DOM:
var foo = '<div id="foo">Hello</div>';
$("#bar").before($(foo));

I end up with this, which is great:
<div id="foo">Hello</div>
<div id="bar">
World!
</div>

Now that's very nice, but later on I might want to do something different with the element I inserted, using JQuery to manipulate that new element. But if I try to do:
myHappyEl = $("#foo");
Then myHappyEl will be undefined. JQuery doesn't see it, presumably because it go attached after JQuery was done watching for such things. How I can coax JQuery in to noticing the existence of new elements created not only in exactly the manner shown here, but in general after the DOM has fully loaded.

I've seen lots of suggestions addressing a possibly related but subtly different issue, wherein the solution is to use .live() to attach an event listener when an element comes in to being. That would be brilliant if I wanted to capture a click event or something, but I don't; I want to be able to select the dynamically added element(s). Perhaps there's a simple way to accomplish this using live(), but I haven't seen it yet. If there is a solution using live then I'd like to know what event and what function to trigger!

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Nov 22, 2011

Is there a possible way to mimic the livequery's function to have an element inserted, or removed from the DOM? As I know the fastest and simpliest way was to use the livequery plugin.

So is there any way to mimic that function with the on, and the off functions yet?

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JQuery :: How To Avoid Repeat Event Binding

May 12, 2010

I have developed a plugin for mutual selection on a list of elements.It works fine if I make those element into mutual list only once.
like $("appropriateSelector").toMutualSelect();
that plugin will add click event handler to each element and they remember the whole list by enclosure.

If I add new elements to that list. and do$("appropriateSelector").toMutualSelect(); again. New elements will behave as expected but old ones will have problems. Each old element will have the same handler bind multiple times to them. That will result like toggle two times andmessingup the outcome. How do I prevent this? I am trying to clean up their bound handlers but seems no luck.

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Nov 17, 2010

Is there any method to avoid loading js files of iframe. For example, if I loaded jquery from the main (parent) page, and don't want to load an 'extra' jquery of iframe. How could it possible? Generally, it is about calling javascript functions in iframes, which is already loaded from parents.

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Oct 17, 2010

I'm using some click events on normal <a> tags. When I rewrite the links within a html() method call, the click events no longer work. I've set up a very simple example here:When the page is loaded, clicking either of the 'link 2' links displays the correct information.When 'link 1' is then clicked, the main information is redisplayed. However, now, the 'link 2' link in the main paragraph doesn't work, although the 'link 2' link in the menu does.

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JQuery :: Access An HTML Fragment That Was Inserted By A Different Function?

Oct 19, 2010

<html>
<head>
<script type='text/javascript' src='jquery-1.4.2.js'></script>
<script type='text/javascript'>
$(document).ready(function(){

[Code]...

The above is a simplified example of the problem I'm facing. I could merge functions into one big self-referencing function (i.e. recursive function), but that's ugly and causes other problems (such as when insert form elements and wanting to harvest the user input afterwards). I considered declaring a variable in the top ".ready" function, and have all child functions stuff their HTML changes in it, but that seems to be a pain to keep track of and removes much of the value of using jQuery in the first place...

Is there a nice solution for this? To, after inserting HTML, somehow update the HTML state referred to by jQuery in the non-local scope(s)?

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Oct 27, 2009

I have a problem with jQuery appending new text to a div - but then not firing events attached to the inserted text.Let me explain. I have a div that contains a number of divs - the div has a link and a hidden form. Clicking on the link fires a slideToggle event which reveals the form.When you submit the form AJAX handles it and jQuery builds another div with the correct link and the correct form which it sticks on the end of the list. That all works fine and dandy.What I want to be able to do is to click on the newly-added link and have it behave in the same way as the other elements that were on the page when it was built. However, nothing happens when you click on it. Zip. Nadda. Rien du tout.Usually I have found a way round the problem - but I am slightly stuck on my current project. Apart from forcing a page reload, is there any way to get the browser to see the newly inserted link and apply the jQuery action to it?

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JQuery :: Bind Does Not Take Dynamically Inserted Elements Into Account?

Sep 14, 2010

To make it simpler, i've got a div that I populate with buttons (via AJAX), each button has an ID of some table row. It looks like this:

<div id="mydiv">
</div>
and buttons are defined like this:
<input type="button" id="1" do_something="1" />

Now what happens - when page loads, I'm inserting buttons in that div with "id" attribute changed depending on some row within the database table.

[Code]...

it all works fine. Now, when I add another entry in the database and when I dynamically append yet another button - even tho it has the attribute "do_something" - the click action on it does nothing. I know how to get around this "problem" by adding bind action after I've inserted that button but it's literally duplicating my work. Is there way around this so that every newly inserted element has the action "click" bound to it if it fits the selector?

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Mar 5, 2011

simple code page with div content, there some things and i do :alert( $("#content").html() ); gives me really nasty code in IE it adds some of default values, changes code to uppercase as for really old html opera and firefox works fine is there a way to avoid custom code added by IE?

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Oct 20, 2010

I've used to an AJAX call to load a HTML table into div. This is working successfully. I know want to use a click event on buttons located within the inserted table.

The click event is triggering on buttons outside the inserted table but not on the buttons within the table.

Do I need to call some sort of refresh function to so that jQuery is able to pick up these events?

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Aug 31, 2010

I'm using formwizard, and I tried to insert a dropdown into the form by putting this jquery code
$('#aog').change(function() {
if ($('#aog').val()==='yes') {
$.ajax ({
type: "POST",
url: "<?php echo base_url(); ?>index.php/register/mortgator",
data: "aog=" + $('#aog').val(),
success: function(msg) {
$("#bank").html(msg);
$("#signupForm").formwizard("update_steps");
}}); //end of ajax
} else {
$("#bank").html('');
}});
//end of aog event

And this php code
function mortgator(){
$this->load->model('MBank');
$q = $this->MBank->getbanklist();
echo '<label for="mortgator">Mortgator:</label><br/>';
echo '<select name="mortgator" id="mortgator" class="required ui-wizard-content ui-helper-reset ui-state-default error">';
echo '<option value="">Select a Mortgator</option>';
foreach ($q as $key => $list){
echo '<option value="'.$list['bankID'].'">'.$list['bankName'].'</option>';
} echo '</select>';
}
It is working, except that when you click next, other form input boxes would fade, but this input inserted via ajax would not have a fade animation. That's why I added this line of code to the html tag ui-wizard-content ui-helper-reset ui-state-default error but it appears that that does not work.

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