I want to replace option 2 with a variation... where the user gets the error.html page if what they typed contains 123456code. As it stands currently, option 2 requires that a person types in that code exactly with no differences at all.
And the html code that is supposed to pop up the box is:
Let me preface this by saying that I have ZERO experience with Ajax, and have simply copied this code from a blog elsewhere. What is shown below ties to a php file that I developed for a search function on our site. As the user enters their search term(s) in the text input field, the div below is populated with potential results through AJAX. I get all that.
However, I'd like to extend this a bit more. I'd like to enable to user to click the Enter key to follow the URL of the top search result automatically, without having to move their mouse and click on it.
Since I'm using PHP to generate the actual URL, I'm sure I can just send this back as a variable via AJAX, but with my lack of understanding, I thought I'd poke around here for some assistance. Can someone show me how to tweak the code below to accomplish what I'm looking for?
I'm less concerned about getting the Enter key to perform the submit than I am about passing the URL variable back to the form via AJAX. I've seen lots of examples of getting the Enter key to behave this way, I just didn't want to muddy up the original code above.
This is my first time using the forums, so please excuse me if I do something wrong. On my website I am using jQuery 1.5.1 and the latest jQuery Form plugin. Wherever I have a textarea input, small inputs of less than about 10 characters fail to be sent to the server. For example, if I have a form: <form id="someform" method="post"> <textarea name="foo">
I have a very weired problem (which is not easy to describe.. but I'll do my best):I have a html page with several forms , only one of the got the action="ComputeAndReturn" and the other forms got only name="" tag.the problem is that after i submit the form with the action , and than after a computatioon it returns to the original page, now... if i will submit any of the forms without the action=.they will act as if they were defined action="ComputeAndReturn" (altho they are not!)if they were defined from the first time with action="anything", and than i would submit the form with action="ComputeAndReturn" this problem would not appear (the other forms will keep their action="anything" and would not "imitate" the action= "Compute AndReturn" to them selfs...
any ideas how can i keep my forms without action="" , cause all i need them to do is be submitted to pass the submitted value to other form inside that page.[code]
Is there any way to create a Modal window that appears when someone is about to leave a my website? I would like to try and gather feedback from visitors leaving a particular page that has a very high bounce rate, and would like a pop-up window that contains quick survey question, but I would only like this to appear when they're about to leave the website.
I use a .NET server but we have .php installed as well.
Here is one I cannot seem to figure out. I've got a set of text boxes with the change event bound to a function that will do some validation and add some numbers together. If the user enters something that is not a valid number I want to alert them and then put the focus back on the offending field.
My problem is that the event that I'm capturing is not the actual tab key or mouse click. So even though I set the focus in my event handler, the initial event that started the whole thing still moves the focus to the next field or where ever the mouse was clicked.
I've tried preventDefault, stopPropagation, returning false, and a bunch of other things to no avail. I hope it is something I'm missing or not seeing. If not it seems like my only choice is to capture all the events (key presses, mouse clicks etc. and handle them all which seems rather tedious.
I have some basic HTML knowledge but rely pretty heavily on WYSIWYG editors (dreamweaver). I think this might be more of a PHP question and not necessarily require a js, but here it is. What I am trying to do is learn how to build a directory in a site that allows any visitor to the site to add A) the company's name, B) the site URL, and C) possibly a brief description. Ideally, the site would also have a drop down menu to select the category in which to post it.
I have a form that has two input buttons. One of the input submit buttons is being used to delete data from a database. Whenever a user clicks that delete button I am trying to make it so that a confirmation message appears that confirms that the user wants to carry on with the action. Then if they click Ok, the form should continue processing otherwise it will fail.
As you'll notice, I have no idea what i'm talking about. With that said, let me explain. I have a form that with the action changing onSubmit. The form works fine by itself but, when I place it into the jquery tabs, it no longer calls the function onSubmit="SubmitSearch()" and uses the default action for the form. Here is the code and links:
[URL] that is the code in all its basic form (just stripped out other html). I am trying to modify the form actions of the 3 forms when i click on the tabs at the top of the page. but only the action of the delete form (id=form-horse-delete) gets modified. the other 2 forms do not change. i am not sure what the problem is. in IE8, if i have the jquery modifying the action of the 2 forms (add/delete), it gives a JS error. if i take out the add/delete in jquery, there is no JS error.