Am creating a framed chat application and when the user types a message in the form field and clicks the submit button, the message gets sent to the display frame, but the message stays in the form field. How can i get the form to submit the message AND reset the form field to blank too?
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The following form validation script works, currently if one of the five fields are completed, a message appears the remaining field(s) must be completed etc. Although the information the user has inputted in the first field is cleared. How can this information be available, if there is one problem in the form it doesn't make sense that the user must re-input all the information again. I look forward to hearing your response,
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Is there a way I can calculate a field in a form based on another field in the same form. When clicking submit, both values should be posted to the next page. I want to be able to type in a value in one field, and automatically in a second field the value*1,36 should appear.
I have a site for property bookings with 2 calendars to enter start and end date. The calendar im using doesnt have any obvious facility to copy yhe date to 2 fields so each one has to be done, months in advance this can be a real pain.
Does anyone have any ideas how i can take the data inserted into one field and copy it to the second?
I've have a function to take the value entered in a form text box, add 50 to it and put the result in another text box.
When I enter 650.5 I get 700.5 exactly how I'd expect. But when I enter -650.5 instead of getting -600.5 I get -650.050 as though it is failing to parse the float due to it being negative. My understanding of parseFloat was that it recognises negative numbers. Is there a nice simple way to get this to work?
I need to pass user input from a form to one database field. I'm relatively new to JS but the idea I had was to have several form elements and use JS to collect the users input and send all the values through a hidden element. What's happening is the variable names are being sent rather than the values. The code below is only passing to the next page. Limitations: I am editing an intranet site built by a 3rd party so a lot of the files we've been given are encrypted. I cannot change the method to post.
I work for a very large company that has zero communications between IT and the employees...so there is very little possibility of having any code changed.I need to use a web based system that submits orders for my department. The problem is i must order by "task number". I could have 20-30 task numbers so to complete the order I need to go to my company's page and fill out 15 form fields and submit for each task code. It is a terrible pain. 14 of the 15 fields are the same for each order... only the task code changes.
I have a simple web form with Name, email and subject. In the fields I have the values set to examples, like <input id=name value='John Smith'> What is the simplest way to have jQuery clear the field when I user clicks in the field, and then put the sample text back if the user does not enter anything in the field?
How to reset an input field to its default value, which is depend on another. There is a way to clear the input field but not resetting to its default value.
I have 2 radio buttons. Depends of the radio button selection some other input fields are required. Those things are already done using the click function. It clears the input field. But I need to reset to its default value.
I have an easy workaround for form.length, so there's no need to give me a workaround for that one, but there's a bigger issue with fields like name, method, action, etc.
For example, using document.forms.name to get the name of the form seems to map to document.forms.elements["name"] istead of the actual name of the form. Is there a work around for this? I am writing some generic form validation code, and I can't expect the person implementing my form validation code to avoid using "name" and "length" as names for their form fields.
I have done this once before but it has been a while. How do I add a new form hidden field and value to an existing form and then submit the form within a function that can be run with an onclick event?
I have a website which uses several forms to input data, each form contains fields for the user to complete and at the end of the each form the user has the option to proceed or go back.The problem is, on form1 there is a drop down box which determines the content of subsequent forms but when a user partially completes form2 but then goes back to form1 and changes the drop down box selection, the onchange function reloads the subsequent forms but it does not clear the previous form2 values so an error is generated because those inputs are not required with the change made to the drop down box. I have tried setting the ids to zero using getelementbyid on form1 but it does not seem to work presumably because the ids are on form2 not form1?
I have this script where i call a jquery ajax to calclate something and then put it back in the form input so then i post everything to a php script where it insert it in mysql database. Here is the script :
The xml is valid and I can autocomplete on the names and it fills out the form on the screen with the names of the contact. What I need to do is add the value"" of the input so that it will go into my mysql table when I submit the form.
Is it possible to use serialize with just one form field? I am constructing a url to send with $.post and I need to convert the spaces and special characters of a field. Currently this does not seem to work: var news_letter_email = $('#newsletter_email').serialize();