a global checkbox onclick that takes the name of of the checkbox and manipulates to get the name of the textbox to be enabled/disabled or a global checkbox onclick that when acheckbox is checked, the textbox in the next td is enabled, when it is not checked, the next textbox is disabled (and alltext is removed from the box).
The code beneath makes that a checked checkbox displays its value in a textbox calles inp0.That's nice, but I want something more. The first (out of three) checked boxes should provide its value in textbox inp0, the second in textbox inp1 and the third in textbox inp2.Is there anybody who can help me in that direction? I'am just able to understand that I must write the lines <input type="text" name="inp" id="inp1"> and <input type="text" name="inp" id="inp2"> at the end
I want two buttons: one for login and another for logout. Initially login button is enabled and logout button is disabled. When I click on login button, the logout button should get enabled and the login button should get disabled. And after that, when i click on logout, the login button should get enabled and the logout button should get disable.
Here's how far I could go with it,but it doesn't work.
I have a really weird problem. I update checkboxes (set them to true/false) through jQuery, and their "checked" attribute gets set (when I loop through it), but the checkbox state won't show in the browser. Has someone an idea what it could be?
I am working on a form with a huge selection of checkboxes (certifications), arranged in a table (#certs). To make it easier for the user to check what certifications they have selected, I would like to add a list immediately following the #certs table that updates dynamically based on their selections.
I put a paragraph under the table with a span - ID certs_list. I was able to add to this with the following code, but if the checkbox is clicked multiple times, it keeps adding the same value over and over again. How can I simply add to the list (item 1, item 2, item 3) when a checkbox is checked and remove it if it is unchecked?
I'm trying to get this for about two days now but just can't figure it out. I would like some kind of function that let's me use a ID as selector, when a checkbox's is clicked (checked) in that div it counts that checked checkbox. When there are 4 checkboxes checked there must be a action (the other checkboxes get disabled). I just can't set it up. Maybe someone could help me out with a snippet?
Anybody know why this doesn't work in IE8 with jQuery version 1.2.6? It works in the latest jQuery version but I can't move to it yet because of some other issues. I'm trying to clear all the textboxes in a table row but only the 1st textbox gets cleared in IE8.
I have a jQuery form in which I create a series of checkboxes:
At the moment createb.php is just testing the form
The Problem is that the serialize function only sees the first checkbox and indicates whether it has been checked or not. It does not see any of the other check boxes. Does anybody have an idea why the other check boxes do not get serialized and what to do about it?
i have a form when a user selects a name I then run some ajax code to fill in a td with checkboxes (with a choice of emails based on the name they selected)this all works but when I submit the form I can't get the values of the checkboxes that were checked.
I have a form with several types of checkboxes, and I'm trying to check all but one of them to determine if any of those have been checked. I do not want to check 'all', but I want to see if any of the 'check_' or 'check2_' checkboxes have been checked. There are a variable number of checkboxes, so this is just an example with two of each. Set 1 and Set 2 will always have the same number of checkboxes as each other, though.
<h2>Booking Form</h2> <form name="booking"> Please choose the days that would suit your visit: <br/> <input type="checkbox" name="days" value="Monday">Monday<br/> <input type="checkbox" name="days" value="Tuesday">Tuesday<br/> <input type="checkbox" name="days" value="Wednesday">Wednesday<br/>