1. First form on the page has questions with radio buttons. Each radio's value is a number so a score is assessed at the end.
2. Second form on the page is an email the admin form, which duplicates the score in one field.
Question: I would like to know how to write the form results to a text area in second form. However, I can't do this for one, and secondly, the value is a number, can I use labels? Here's the code I've 'made up' so far...
I'm putting together the following website, HGV/LGV Training [URL] and have an issue regarding a form submit action. Basically I've used an open-source script for the search form so can't get any support from the Author.
My problem is that I need the search results to appear in a different URL but at the moment they just appear in a new DIV on the home page. My knowledge of JS is limited and can't get my head around what the OS script is doing. I think the relevant section of the search form is as follows:
I have an appointment form with NAME, DATE, TIME, LOCATION. I want to add another set of these same field fields if I have more than one appointment to enter so all appointments are subitted on one form.
I also want the results to be in a layout other than the generic HTML or text layout used by Frontpage. Hope this is clear enough. Don't know if this is possible.
Ive been trying to pass the results of this converter to a form on a seporate url - I have looked into this but cant seem to pass a "readonly" Var. have a 2nd field that would work out a percentage e.g a + VAT.
[ <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
I am trying to create a page that sends user contact information to the appropriate email address. Depending on where the user lives, say California, the results will be sent to the person assigned to California, such as "firstname.lastname@example.org (not a real email address).
Right now, I am only working with three states until I get the page up and running:
California (CA = email@example.com) Texas (TX = firstname.lastname@example.org) New York (NY = email@example.com)
Also, I need the results sent by the form, not as an actual email. I already have this set up and working. I just need to figure out how to pass the variable. Any suggestions? Code:
I an wanting to make a form where all of the text fields will be output in html table format to a new webpage. For example, Name, Age, Location, etc. When the user clicks submit I want to write a new html file based on the user's name (for exmaple chris.html). This seems like it would be fairly easy to do. Can anyone give me example coding to get me started?
I use php includes to display a small form on a web page.The form has only about 2 fields,and when the user hits submit I want the form to be submitted but at the same time I dont want the page to be redirected.Instead I want a small window to pop up saying thank you or whatever.To see a demonstration of what I want to do,please go to download.com ,scroll down to the bottom of the page and you'll see a poll.When you make a vote a new window pops up showing the results of the vote but you arent moved from download.com's homepage to any other page in the parent window.How can I acheive that?I'm using this code right now:
<form method="post" action="manage.php" onSubmit= "showpoll();" name="form1"> When I hit the submit button on the form a new window does pop up containing manage.php but it doesnt submit the form since manage.php doesnt give the message that its supposed to give when the form is submitted.It instead asks me to input all the fields.While the parent window is redirected to manage.php and it shows the message that its supposed to show when the form has been submitted.I hope I made myself clear.
I would like to be able to make it so that an order form only submits positive results.I have modified this form for my friends website. She has 50 different products that she makes (different sizes and colors). The form submits results for things ordered but also for things not ordered.
How can I target a specific <div> to display the result of a form? I would like to be able to specify the target div on a per-form basis, and have the target independent of the <div> that contained the actual form.
So for example I may have a form in <div id="left"> <form>.....</form></div>, that I want to post the data to somepage.php, and load somepage.php into <div id="right">
This form retrieves results from a mysql database. It works fine but when I click submit it shows the result only for a second. When I hold down submit the result stays there. How do I get the result to stay on the screen after I hit submit? Even better how do I get it to spit out results without having to hit a submit button or press enter?
The thing is, that even though the String has the same length on both sides, the decoded byte array is shorter then the original one. I've tried a couple of different implementation on both sides, with the same results.
Dont know how to put this. In my application i had one jsp where i did some modifications in the java script function and increased the maxlength of a field.
Just these two major modifications i did.But strangely everything got screwed up the function is not being called and many other java scripts func are not being called. Many buttons are not behaving strangely. That jsp is a very big one and a part of a major colossal application so i am not pasting it.