Does anyone have a thought on how to code an auto tab feature for a form? I have a form that has a telephone number which is broken down into three boxes (area code, first three numbers and last four numbers). I want to be able to tab into the next box automatically when I hit the correct amount of numbers for the field.
Conceptually I know how to do this, but I do not know JS very well (yet...) so I have hit a bit of a wall trying to figure it out.
I have one-field form on my website, which is supposed to be filled with barcode number. It was functional until few days age when the need emerged for the auto-submit. As you can see, I have to make script which will automatically submit form when data is filled in barcode field.
sample code, whereby if I change a field value in a web form (from a drop-down list for example), the value shown in another field is automatically updated to show the needed value for that selected option?
On an HTML page with 2x different forms, how can I redisplay the same page after a submit, restoring the values from BOTH forms even though only one was submitted?
I have an existing PHP program that I am modifying, and need to redisplay the same page after a submit (the button that submits is a "change shipping" button, that allows the user to continue with the rest of the page). The problem is that there are TWO forms - the one that allows you to change shipping, and the other where the user can fill in the billing address. Making this into one form is not really an option, due to how the program is set up.
Since they are 2 different forms, submitting the "change shipping" form does NOT bring the billing address fields to my PHP code in the POST. This makes restore difficult.
I have a search interface that I'm building that uses radio buttons, jump menus and a keyword search text box.
Is there a way to have a little "go" button next to the text field that will submit just the search string in the text box to my searchresults.php page?
Right now, any submit button I put within the page submits all parameters from my radio buttons and jump menus in addition to the keyword values. I would like the keyword entry box information only to be used if there are any values in it and have any other variables (e.g. from the radio buttons) to be null so I don't get a search with keywords AND radiobutton values. Of course, if nobody clicks the radiobuttons, no problem, no values are passed, but I'm sure some pesky user will have some checked and then decide to do a keyword search...
I'd rather send the info to the same PHP results page, so I don't want other values to muddle up the keyword results. I'm sure I could erase the other values with an 'if keywords=anything then other variables are null' statement, but I want the user to think they're only submitting the keywords from the entire page (which is what a 'go' button next to the field would imply) and I thought there might be a simple way.
I have four pages.two html, one js and one php. First page is loginTab.html. There is a tab called "Tab One" when user clicks on it there is a script inside this html page which calls function and loads an external login.html form using ajax. in login.html there is a form and include external js code for ajax functions. What it does is when the user enters email and password and clicks submit then it triggers another ajax function which send a query to php file and compare those variables there with mysql db and returns the message to a div which is in login.html. The problem here is when I enter email and password and clicks on submit button it does not display anything. I am providing all of my code below
loginTab.html <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "[URL]"> <html xmlns="[URL]"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <title>Untitled Document</title> <script> window.onload = initAll; var xhr = false; .....
I'm using Google Maps to calculate distance between cities. I need to use that distance value for some basic calculations. Distance has to be in "Angloamerican" format (1,234.00) but in metric system. So, Google Maps answer for Madrid - Berlin query will be one of these two:
a) <span jscontent="distance['text']" jsdisplay="distance" jstcache="7">2.320,1 km</span> b) <span jscontent="distance.text" jstcache="23">2.320,1 km</span>
notice the differences in span "classes" (jstcache is 7 or 23) and lack of any "id" or "name" attributes.
What I want to accomplish is:
1) Convert these Google Maps distance values to "Angloamerican" format (2,320 km) or (even better) format without thousands separator which would only use dots as decimal separator (2320.1 km)
2) Use that filtered value to populate a text field called distance
Populate hidden form element value with the value of a text field on form submit (jQuery)
It helped me a bit with the auto-populate part, but I can't make it work in combination with this Google Maps code. Here is my current code:
My first day with jquery, and I've just been playing around a little but have run in to a problem in Firefox.
I've set up a basic form with a name and a button (not submit) and one text field.
All it does right now is open an alert box when the button is clicked. That's fair enough. However, in Firefox, if I have the text field selected and hit enter, it doesn't press the button.
How would I go about making sure the enter key presses the button? I'd like to avoid using onclick and a method in the form if possible. My aim eventually is to post data and return it without a page refresh instead of create an alert box.
Not exactly sure this is the right forum to post this but just to give it a shot.I am relatively new to programmming...I am currently working on a web appliation using MySQL DB and use PHP/SQL.I have a web form i have created. What i want to achieve is that when a user fills in one of the fields...a text field, i want 8 other fields to be AUTO filled with different values related to the one the user filled in
I am re-developing my website and want to use some Ajax/jQuery in it (so I am learning as I go) and I am not sure if this is possible so that is my first question:I have a registration form and I would like to know if after the person registering has completed their first and surname and the 2 sections of their postcode if I can use jQuery to run a PHP script to see if they are already registered before waiting for the form to be submitted and running a script then.I am thinking onkeyup (or similar) after the last field is completed but I don't know how that would work needing to also use 3 other field values.If this is possible, can anyone give me any ideas of examples that do this or how I can go about passing all the variables and running the scripts at the correct time.