I'd want that: at the first user's click on the #register div, the div #registerForm become visible, it should remains visible also when the user click the submit button within and it should disappear if the user click a second time on the #register.I partially solved my problems with this:
I'm using an intermediate page to break up some data and assign it new names. What I then want to do is pass them onto to the next page. However, I don't want to use any method which involves sending them in a query string. So, in short, I want to automatically POST (ie no user intervention) the data.
How can I generate a visible content from an invisible iframe?I'm working on a project which involves scanning of content posted through HTTP.For example, a file uploaded to some web-mail client (i.e. Hotmail) as an attachment. If the file is suspected to be a virus, the user should informed and asked whether he wishes to post the file anyway. This scan is made before the file is sent to the server.The message should come from the browser (like JS alert box) but should contain some arbitrary HTML code, not supported by alert box.
I have a web page where I want the user to click a button to see a pop up window where they can browse files on their computer to upload and then when they click the submit button have the popup close and the form to be submitted to the main window.
pageone.htm has an iframe with pagetwo.htm inside pagetwo has a form with a hidden field that has a dynamic value.I'm trying to get that value from pageone.htm using:var myid = window.frames['myiframe'].document.forms['myform'].elements['page'].value; This is working, but I just get the value that the field had when I did:
for the first time. All the alerts after the first one have the same value even when myid is changing in pagetwo.htm (tested alerting it in there).I thought that by using setInterval I would be checking for a fresh value every 9 seconds but what I get is the same old value every 9 seconds
I have an iframe on my page and I added the following code to detect the iframe file height to avoid scrolling which is working fine.
There is a form in the iframe and it is coming from a third party web site which I have no access. My problem is when a client submits the search form in the iframe search results page is higher than the search main page and half of search results page is not shown. Is there a way to sense that the page in the iframe is changed and resize the iframe height accordingly?
I am using an iframe in my page to submit a form to so that it can upload a file - since you can't do this through the jquery ajax function. I have everything working, but I want to be able to hide the iframe and get the content of it, and put just the content inside of it into another div on the page. I have tried alot of things, but I think this one was probably closest: $("#myframe").contentDocument; This ended up getting me a value type of "Object HTMLDocument", I just can't figure out how to get the content as a string so that I can put it into the div I want.
I have a form, its a very big form. About halfway down is a series of checkboxes (8 or so). Each one toggles whether the item I'm editing belongs to one of the categories or not. Each checkbox is linked to a subform that is invisible. (by subform I mean one or more form elements).
When a checkbox is clicked I want the subform to appear, and when it is unclicked I want it to disappear. Now the tricky part is, that when the page loads, it draws information from the database, and some of these checkboxes will already be clicked, so those forms need to be visible right from the start.
I'm just having far too many problems, can anyone point me towards some information that might help? Reply if I wasnt clear enough and you need clarification.
I have a page where I use <DIV> to control the visibility a text input area. The text input is made visible only if the Other radio button is selected. That all works fine.
The problem I'm having is when I press the forms Reset )<input type=reset>) button, the visibility of the text area is not restored to the state it was at when the page first loaded so I end up with the text area being displayed even though the Other radio button in no longer selected (reset did clear it).
I thought I could solve this by using a <FORM onReset="forcehide()"> event handler but I can't figure out how to get the object id of the div. The div is defined as follows: Code:
Is there any way to resize the iframe automatically, so that it could obtain the original height and width of the page which is embedded in that iframe? I actually saw this function on PayPal but I don't remember its link.