Use Onblur To Read Data From Field A And Place It In Field B
Aug 8, 2011
I have this script that when run will search a form field (pricenum) and make sure that only a period or numbers are entered. If anything else is found, the script should clear the field, display an alert and then return the cursor to that form field. Everything works perfect except that the cursor will not return to the "pricenum" field after the alert popup is closed.
1. read the window URL 2. depending on the window URL, a word will be placed into a hidden form field. 3. Person submits form...etc., etc.
Here is what I have.
Let's say that I have a single landing page with a simple form on it. I would like to reference the referred URL by pulling a part of the window URL into a hidden field of the form. Let's say the three URLs are:
What I am looking to do is modify the code to only look at the "id" variable, not the entire URL. That way, if I add any additional items to the URL I will not have to change the code. I guess I am looking for an extra step of parsing the URL...maybe.
I need to compare these array items to my site div id's and make an onblur functionality that changes the input field value.
It does not change the selected input field value(this.value). And it only alerts when blurring from the input field that is first in the array(id1). If i click to the input field id="id2" it does not alarm?
i am creating a simple form validation script where i will ask for the username, password and email of a user. when an error is created, a text will be displayed beside the textbox. but i want to know how i can add colors to the textbox if there is an error.
I have a page built in ColdFusion where I have a text field in which user will enter a code (B12, for instanse). I am trying to make a lookup page using the value of this field. I am planning on passing the value of the field to the page where this value will be passed into a d/b query. User will not hit a button to send this page to the server yet. Is it possible to do it via JQ?
I have a form that, during submission to another page, uses the submitted text field data and creates a cookie. But how would I do that with a radio button/checkbox field or pulldown? Just fyi, the code is created using onsubmit() and processes this before the response page.
All demos I see are for self submitting (same page) scripts. Not for those going from form.php to response.php and I cannot use this type of submission and find a value for a NON text field. I need to recognize non text fields since I want to create cookies for all form fields, not just text fields.
The code I have, to read the value of a text field is here: var email = document.myform.email.value.split(' ');
I just want to have something similar to above, using 'myform' as the form name, but able to get the value for any *non text field*
is this possible? The rest of the code I won't post as it isn't relevant. I just need to read a value of a non text field and I can work with that.
I was wondering if there was a way to dynamically read a field input and respond to it later in the form. My situation is this: I have a question that asks how many workers are employed at a business. Later in the form, the user is asked to add as many workers as they have (section with information on each worker) ..Is there a way I can have something echoed or document.write above the latter section saying "Please add (Number of workers listed above) sections for each worker employed"
1)i need to create a form with few fields like phoneno,website,address etc and one text area. 2) i copy n paste the details in the textarea n when i click d button. it should automatically populate things into the respective fields.
here s my logic wt i taught of:
1)read the first line in the textbox and load it into contact person field. 2)find the @ symbol and put it into the respective field and if there are more than 1 mail id load it into the same feild using commas. 3)if the phone no is 10 digits then load it into the mobile field else load the rest it into phone field. 4)find for words like road,street,block,stage,floor etc,if present then load it into the address field till the last comma is encountered. 5)the last digits in the address should be loaded into the pincode field. 6)the last word present in the address after the last comma and before the hyphen should be loaded into the city field. 7)find for www or http and load it into the website field,if not found leave it blank.
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 am using jquery's ajax method to POST data to a server. I am using the servers API, and it is stated that in whatever request, I have to include this "authentication token" to access the data I need, either as an http header field or a header parameter.
I prefer to add it as an http header, but I don't know how to add it.
Here's a part of my code. I wish to add a field for a token.
Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
I'm having trouble detecting if there is value in a field when the page loads and manipulating the fields label class accordingly. Below is my code. I'm using it to display the field label inline with the field, and when the user starts typing, the label is hidden. The problem I'm having is, since this is for a login screen, if the user has typed in an incorrect password, the username still remains entered when the page reloads and I see my label stacked underneath.
How can I detect if that field has a value and apply a class to the label to hide it? I don't have to have to specify each field by their ID, because I'd like to use this all over (member profile management area).
I'm using Google Maps to calculate distance between cities. I need to use that distance value for some basic calculations. Distance has to be in "Angloamerican" format (1,234.00) but in metric system. So, Google Maps answer for Madrid - Berlin query will be one of these two:
a) <span jscontent="distance['text']" jsdisplay="distance" jstcache="7">2.320,1 km</span> b) <span jscontent="distance.text" jstcache="23">2.320,1 km</span>
notice the differences in span "classes" (jstcache is 7 or 23) and lack of any "id" or "name" attributes.
What I want to accomplish is:
1) Convert these Google Maps distance values to "Angloamerican" format (2,320 km) or (even better) format without thousands separator which would only use dots as decimal separator (2320.1 km)
2) Use that filtered value to populate a text field called distance
Populate hidden form element value with the value of a text field on form submit (jQuery)
It helped me a bit with the auto-populate part, but I can't make it work in combination with this Google Maps code. Here is my current code:
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,
I have one long text field in HTML to feed text as input in my page. the entered text will be shown as output text after some operations.In this context, i need to display few text(say 200 chars) only and i need to provide READMORE link/button which would show me the complete content of that text field. I need to achieve this shortly!
I am trying to make some dynamic effect to a HTML page using JQuery.<br/> 1.<br/> When the user clicks a Radio field, the field will be highlighted.<br/> 2.<br/> When the user clicks the Radio 'Man', <br/>a Input text box will be provided immeditely just below it.
Here is my simple HTML page, but I don't know how to do with the JQuery part: