I am using Roshan's Ajax dropdown code for my two ajax dropdown menus. All is working fine, but when I want to use $_POST in the submitted form with FireFox, its not working...??? Its working fine in IE.
I spent the best part of yesterday trying to get my form to be sent to the server however for the life of me I cannot figure out the problem. I haven't used prototype before but here is my code that I think should work perfectly fine,The php script works perfectly, i've entered test data into it and it makes a connection to the third party server using curl and then requests information that I get back i.e. the routing id comes back. But I cannot test the data using the form as the request isn't working for some reason.
I am trying to create a form that writes text to an HTML canvas when submitted. Eventually, the function that writes the text will be more complex. The problem is the text only appears briefly, because the function is only called once when the form is submitted. I want the function to be called continuously after the form is submitted.How do I do this? I have had very little experience with JS.A lame (failed) attempt...
I am re-developing my website and want to use some Ajax/jQuery in it (so I am learning as I go) and I am not sure if this is possible so that is my first question:I have a registration form and I would like to know if after the person registering has completed their first and surname and the 2 sections of their postcode if I can use jQuery to run a PHP script to see if they are already registered before waiting for the form to be submitted and running a script then.I am thinking onkeyup (or similar) after the last field is completed but I don't know how that would work needing to also use 3 other field values.If this is possible, can anyone give me any ideas of examples that do this or how I can go about passing all the variables and running the scripts at the correct time.
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?
I'm trying to submit form data to mysql database. The POST form action calls a javacript/ajax httpRequest. My php script has a redirect at the end of it on completion of data submission. My problem is after submitting the form, the redirection works, but no data is entered into database. I'm wondering if there is a problem with my httpRequest.
I have a requirement. I have to submit a form [which will open a new window once it is submitted], and immediatly I have to close the orginal page. Currently I am using window.close() statement after formName.submit(). But it closes the window before submit completes. So I tried with window.setInterval("window.close()",1000); It worked for some time, but when the form submition takes long ... same old repeats :(