Call Functions Based On The Text Between A Span Element?
Nov 11, 2009
The general framework is a simple user login function. The user name is selected and a password entered as usual. The function grabs the element values and passes them to a php page that queries the database. An AJAX call returns the password to the function and then I want the innerHTML to be a choice of two web pages, depending on success or failure of validation. There are existing AJAX functions available on the internet but they are overly complicated for what I think should be a simple, quick to load function.
Where I am stuck is that the standard procedure to make an AJAX call is the browser window event. How do you make the call from within the function? I have tried creating two new variables, "success" and "again" to replace xmlhttp, but still stumble on the event to assign a value. I left the blank password protection (if statement) with that variable to demonstrate what I mean.
I've put in my code below, which is in development and successfully alters the innerHTML text depending on user input but I can't figure out how to insert the relevant php page. I have '// out' the testing bits, but left them for info. (I have tried full 'scripting' as the innerHTML, but it's messy.)
I get this error on every browser: ReferenceError: ActiveXObject is not defined I research it on google and some users told me that i need to write a COM dll. But my dll is .net(2.0) because I don't know how to create a COM dll with Visual Studio 2010.
what's the correct syntax to call 2 functions from an onclick attribute? the code below doesnt work, maybe im putting semi colons in the wrong place? since the second function needs the return false, im guessing i should put that one last since return false would stop anything after that from running.
I have a TD element, with a SPAN element inside. I use td-s onmouseover and onmouseout events for a small animation. My problem is, that, when I move the cursor over the SPAN element, the onmouseout event for TD element is fired. I want to prevent this. With other words, I want onmouseout fired, just when the cursor is moved outside the td area. See the code..
I'm working on a project with span's and event handlers.Basically what I need to do is be able to get the text from within a span when the user mouses over.I know how to set up the event handlers, that's all working fine, my issue is the actual extraction of the text. I've tried using .nodeValue and .TEXT_NODE but these keep coming back null.So is there a way to do something like: var text = document.etElementById ("example"). nodeText;and get a string of text?
I have this script who will set a text to an existing or newly created <span>. When I executed the script, I can see ths <span> element to the source but the text never appear. Here is the last version of this script (the alert box is displayed but the "_message" is never dispalyed to the page):
var _message = response[inputId]; var $field = $(jqn('#'+inputId)); var $span = $(jqn('#'+inputId+'.errors'));
In the following table segment, I have been trying to use DOM techniques to get the text values.For example in this line: (<span id="edit5_oname" >BOBBY</span>), I only want to get BOBBY. What's happing is if I use alert(x.innerHTML); it returns <span id="edit5_ownerid">8</span>.I have tryed various techniques like:
Firstoff: I know I ask about using a plugin, and I wasn't so sure where to put my question in, decided though the general jQuery-Forum would be better as my problem is more connected to jQuery than the plugin itself. First off, I'm using this plugin and modified it myself a bit, adding new functions: [URL] You'll find the underlying .js for the component here: [URL] Now, scroll to the end of the file, you'll find some "internal functions" like _registerRemoveEvents