Say I have a form so long that i want to group sections by category and have them expandable, using css to display:none or display:block these groups. If a user selects an option or two in one of these divs, then fills in some fields, then hides the div... is it going to cause problems when they submit the form if the div is hidden?
edit: what if we add validation into the mix. What happens if a field in a hidden div does not pass validation?
I want to pass a value received through the Url to another screen with new data by a form using the method="get". I have tried several different ways, my latest attempt was to use a hidden field hoping that would add to the url string but it isn't working.
Ok, so I am working a project where one of the last parts is to have a hidden field in the form to pass the product id with everything else in the url parameters. As of right now I have it setup to grab product info for an external file and display on order_form.html(function addprod on line 29), in the h4 tag(line 250) is where the 'prodid' is displayed, I am needing to see if there is a way to get that value put into the hidden field(line 260) to be passes along.
Need some working sample code to post hidden form data from a php page to a new popup window. 540 x 500 centered. The popup that I'm calling already is formatted and has a TITLE:web-2007.php so what I need to do is to write the values from the PHP page to that popup in specific places.
Some of the hidden values are also like this format;
I'm trying to pass the data a user types in the multisearch text box over to the listheader hidden field before the form is submitted. I need it to work in all browsers. The below code only works in IE (not FireFox) and it doesn't work if I hit the "Enter" button on my keyboard, only works when I actually click the "Submit" button:
I have verified that the variable does indeed contain the whole address and I have also verified when I execute the following: document.write ('<input type="hidden" name="address1" value='+address_1+'>');
the address_1 parameter passed to the php script only passes the string up to the first space.
I even tried to put fixed text in there instead of a variable (e.g.)
I have a form whereby I can add multiple contacts to a single address. There is only one firstname/lastname/telephone box - when the user clicks the add button, I read the values from the form fields and record them into a hidden text input field. This part works because during debugging, I have converted the <input type=hidden> into a <input type=text> to visably confirm my data is being copied into the 'hidden' field.
Once the user has entered in one or more names, they can click another button and submit the form for processing. My idea is that I would then parse this hidden field server side...
I have a WAMPHP based server and as a test, I dump out my entire $_POST (basically, the name and value in every INPUT tag).
My PHP script picks up the name of every input tag, including the hidden field (like it should) but for some reason, the value that was written to the hidden field is not passed to the server. Thus, for the PHP folk reading this post, my hidden input field is called mylist and $_POST['mylist'] exists, but its empty. Even though before processing, I could visably see the input in the box (for debugging remember, I made the input tag box a normal, unhidden one).
Here is what I have done to try and resolve: - I have used both Mozilla 1.7.5 and IE6 - both provide same results - my hidden field name gets passed, but not its value.
- I have created another hidden field and given it a default value ie I have <input type="hidden" name="extraone" value="xyz"> and I get $_POST['extraone']="xyz" passed to my php server, like I would expect - however, the value of mylist is sent empty, even though it has data.
What gives? If the form reads my input from one field, and writes it to another field, then it should be sent to the server, true?
Also... my tags are all inside my <form></form> tag (which is proven by double checking, and the fact that I do get the input tag box name sent to my server).
I have a webpage for insurance agents that the agent will login and then enter some insured information.
There is a field named "agentnumber" that is on the form, but is hidden by a display:none. The field is set from the username of the person who logs in whenever the form loads the first time. The form will save automatically when the user leaves the page.
I want to pass the value to my object id = "Parameters" How can I do that? I had tried the code as posted below but it couldn't work. I'm using document.all.Parameters.data = tempParams; to pass in the data to
im making a web page that asks the user to fill in a order form ranging from drop down and text boxes i want the information that is entered on the first page to be displayed on the second page as a order summary how do i do this?