Enable A Submit Button On Hidden Field Population?
Aug 24, 2009
I have a simple search box and autocomplete/suggestion ajax thingie going on.
What I want to do is have my "Go" submit button disbled until AFTER a user has populated the hidden field "cid". A user populates this field automatically when they click on a suggested option from the ajax autocomplete doofer.
Here's what I've tried at the moment but failed on.
How can I have the submit button disabled by default, an enable it only if 2 specific input box values match. or If a specific form field is => than some value in another form field or hidden field, the Submit button is re-enabled. ( activated / unhidden)I don't want the user to click anything to re-activate or unhide the Submit button. If I can actually hide it at startup, and then unhide it based on the above conditions, that would also work, and possibly preferably.As it stands right now, my submit button is like this.
I have a form in my site with 3 text inputs and a submit button. I want the submit button to become enabled ONLY when ALL of these inputs contain at least 1 character each i.e. if the user removes all characters from any or all of the inputs the submit button will be disabled.
I am having a problem with my script used to disable my submit button. I want the button to disable upon correct submission of the form, and the button to be kept enabled if the required fields are not filled in. I have the following code at the moment (which only does the first if statement).
This is my form, When user click the <b>YES and checked the check </b>box then only I want to enable the Prepay by Card button. For this situation, what is the jquery snippet. I have tried somthing like: $("#SubmitCard").attr("disabled", "disabled");
But the thing is, I want to put the and Condition match. For this situation, I don't know how to write the jquery snippet <table style="border: 0px solid rgb(0, 0, 0); width: 485px; height: 45px;"><tbody> <tr style="width: 20px; height: 5px;"> <td width="78">Pay by Card </td> <td width="78"><b><span style="cursor: pointer;" id="yes">Yes</span></b></td> <td style="cursor: pointer;" width="315"><span id="no" style="cursor: pointer;">No</span></td> </tr> .....
I have javasctipt,radio buttons, and textfield in default my textfield is disabled, and when any of radio buttons was click it is disabled also, but when the radio button of the textfield is click it will enable, it works fine and submit the correct data. When I went back to that page the radio button of the text field was checked (ok its fine because it has value) but it didnt show the value of the text field, and it is disabled. I want to repost the input...
Here's my code index: Code: <!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> </head> <body> .....
My natural inclination would be to just keep a count of errors that increments and decrements when errors occur and are resolved. Then the script would check to see that the error count is 0 before re-enabling the submit button. It seemed easy, but I think I'm getting mixed up somewhere in conflicts of variable scope, and it's not turning out right.A google search rendered an example where someone was using a string variable to store errors, concatenating and replacing data to the string as errors were logged/resolved.
I got an unusual request form a client. I got a form and I have to get values from certain input fields and assign them as a value to a hidden field and then submit it through php.I'm using mootools (1.11). I was tinkering around that for a day and wasn't able to solve it. Here is the html:
Code: <div> <label for="primary_domain0">Primary Domain Name <span class="req">*</span></label>
I'm trying to think of the best way to do this, and have it be browser-friendly (Read: Runs in IE, FF, Chrome, and optimally Safari too, but the last one isn't necessary). User selects an item in a dropdown list. Clicks the Add button. A new entry inside a DIV appears, which consists of a hidden form field, the entry name, and a Del button. When the delete button, I need it to erase that entry (and the associated hidden field) but not the whole block.
I have a very simple form. I start with the submit button disabled and once all of the fields have been validated I would like the submit button to enable. I only have required fields so the standard options that come with the validation plugin satisfy my needs. I only have this code along with the corresponding classes.
Having problems with the following a client needs me to replicate this contact page:[URL]...In particular he wants the subscribe/unsubscribe to appear only when one enters text into the text field (as it does here).
I have recently changed from using tables to div tags but this was the first website where I started to experiment with divs. Unfortunately therefore it is a mixture of tables and divs. But here is my page:[URL]..
Having problems with the following...a client needs me to replicate this contact page:
In particular he wants the subscribe/unsubscribe to appear only when one enters text into the text field (as it does here).I have recently changed from using tables to div tags but this was the first website where I started to experiment with divs. Unfortunately therefore it is a mixture of tables and divs. But here is my page:
Can someone tell me what I need in my code to have to subscribe/unsubscribe appear and disappear as it does at [URL].
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.
I'd like to create a quick and dirty validation method for a form. It's not meant to be very secure.
The way I picture it working is this - there is an input field that asks for a password. If the user types in the password correctly, the "submit" div tag will change from "none" to "block". , which will display the submit button. I just am not familiar with JS enough to know if that's possible.
I have a message system that I want to prevent double posting. So when a user sends a message i would like to disable the button. But its done using AJAX and will load without much time. But enough to cause double clicking. So now the button needs to be enabled once Text is put in the Form Field.
<form name="myform4" id="list_apps" method="post"> <?php for ($i=0; $i<$num_rows;$i++)