I have a recipients input textfield called 'recipient', which takes usernames separated by a comma. Next to this field I have a list of usernames wrapped in span tags with a title attribute holding the username. I'm using the following code to set the value of the textfield. However it only takes one username instead of adding to it. I also don't know how to add a comma automatically when a username gets clicked.
var title = $(this).attr('title');
What I'm trying to do is auto populate the foreign key with help of dropdown box that contains names of clients so if i select a name from dropdown box a textfield above should populate with it's ID(primary key).
Code: <td>Client ID : </td> <td><input type="text" id="cl_id" name="cl_id" value="<? $query = "SELECT * FROM client ";[code]......
I'm trying to use AJaX to populate the third input in the same row as the second input based upon a separate db query. Here's the code for that:
Here's where it displays on the page<cfoutput>#trim(getITRRSP.[columnName])#</cfoutput> Whenever the focus blurs from those inputs, the third column in that row is populated with "UNKNOWN" as the value. I have confirmed that the getITRRSP.cfm file is properly retrieving and displaying the data from the db query.
I have an onclick event, within it I have a line that reads ..
I am in the process of making a single page website for a local radio group of roughly 20-30 members which may increase over time. They want to be able to show when they are online. The idea I had was basically to put a login field near the top of the website where they would input a "call name" and their real name, so 2 different fields. After clicking the submit button I want to populate a listable(doesn't really matter which) to show that they are "online", and once the session has ended(closed the webpage) have it remove them from the list.There doesn't need to be any security, no cached information, no cookies, and as simple as possible. How might I go about doing this?
Below is the code I use to populate a textboxes (compaddress) when I select the compname from the dropdown. I would like to be able to populate other textboxes such as the compdescription, compmaincontact and others when I select the compname from the dropdown. I think that I need an array but I really would like some advice on how to do it as all of my attempts have failed so far
I currently have this and works: HTML Code: $(".item_price").html("£"+item_price); It prints to this: <td align="right" class='item_price'></td> But how do i had the item_price to a hidden textfield aswell? I tried
i have a div SetLoc which has some advanced settings for measurements. now what i want is when the user clicks on any of the buttons, the value should be added to the previous textfield.here the important thing is that i cant use the ID or name of the textfield as i will be using the same div at many places and i need to put the values from these button to the textfield just before this div.
I doa validation for a textbox (email field), with help from the validate plugin, it works great to use this email function. The thing is that I want to a validation for another text field (title) and needs to check for 'bad' characters, like regex. how to to this like the function below?
ich got a textarea and want to add a special symbol to it like average. would be awesome if there were a button next to the textfield where a dialog pops up. via click on the specific symbol it should be added at the promt in the textarea box. maybe something like that smiley input in this wysiwyg-editor. should be as easy for the user as possible.does anybody know a plugin for that problem? i googled a lot and didn't find anything suitabl