I have a page with a textbox that I want to have a message written inside it that will dissapear when the user clicks in the text box and writes something and it will show up again if the user clicks somewhere else but hasn't written anything inside the textbox. So I am using the onfocus event in order to write "Enter your email here" and the onfocus event in order to show the "Enter your email here" message inside the textbox if the user clicks somewhere else in the webpage but has left the textbox blank. If however the user has written, for exampl "firstname.lastname@example.org", I want this to remain in the textbox.What am I doing wrong?
Is it possible to assign multiple variables at once? For example:
var int1,int2,int3,int4,int5 = 0
I'm just wondering because I did this without thinking and my program never gave me an error and everything worked fine. Is it because these variables are set to 0 by default or what? If it does work, are there any other languages that this works in such as vbscript?
i have 3 links... (eg. stomach, brain and heart). and also 3 images (stomach.gif, brin.gif and hear.gif) when i click stomach i want to display the image of stomach and hide the rest. ALSO there are another 2 links (view cross-section, and view inside) and images associated with this if stomach is selected, clicking the 'view corss-section' should display corss-section image of the stomach (together with the stomach image).....if brain is selected, clicking 'view corss-section' should display corss-section image of the brain..
The code should attach another function which is called during the event, while at the same time preserving the current function attached to the event.
I am working on a simple control panel where I have text input fields in which a user can click on a text box and the text will automatically focus and select. I have done this fine. However, when I use the same onclick event for multiple fields, only the last one created works. So, if I were to comment out the password and email field additions, then the userName field would work correctly. If I were to just comment out the email field, password would work correctly but userName would not. And finally, if I have the code as is, userName and password do not function correctly while email does.
I've read that you have to combine onchange events, but I have no idea how to do this (I've done plenty of trial and error, trying to make every item unique, but to no avail.
Im working on a ajax app and not sure what is the best way to bind events to elements (performance wise).I have a number of elements with 'click', 'focus', 'keydown' events which can be assigned though the delegate to the parent, like so:$('#parent').delegate('#child', 'click', func.....)but is it better to add a delegate to the 'document' for multiple events and use IF statement to filter for elements which should fire an event, like so:[code]Each element can be replaced with an updated version retrieved from the server.
I am trying to tie the value of an image src to two onChange events. the events are drop down boxes in a form. I do have a couple of single event driven peices working so I think my logic is sound. I originally tried to do this with multiple if statements that tested both conditions/events. I have since given each event it's own function. I have no idea what i am doing wrong. the onChange events have no effect on the image display at all. The default image just stays in place. My JS knowledge is limited but it looks correct as far as I can tell. What am I missing.Here are the functions:
If you've caught a mouse event (say, onmousemove) and you're currently in the process of handling that event, is it possible for that, or another, mouse event handler to get hit again, at the same time that you're handling the previous event? Or is it guaranteed that no additional events will actually call any of your event handlers until your code returns from handling the prior event? That is, is it strictly sequential processing, or can they occur simultaneously?
I would like to open a window "under" the current window (So it doesn't open on top). I think this can be achieved using the .blur function.
So something like: <a href="#" onclick="openWindow [URL];this.blur();return false;">Open website</a> (Obviously this doesn't work)
Which is why I need something that I can use on each different url individually that opens a new window under the current one.
I've been reading forum posts (not just on this site) and unsuccessfully trying to apply the examples to what I'm doing for hours now. Can anyone help me do this correctly?
I need the browser window's resize event to trigger resizes on different objects on my page. The objects are added dynamically, so I can't just have one function to set it all up at the beginning, although so far that's the only way I know how to do it. I understand that using this method (below), that there can be only one such statement, but I need to add new functions to the resize event as I add new items to my page.
When the.slide-button-one(top 'Profile', 'Clients' or 'Contact' links) is clicked,#main-content-portfolio (white-background div) slides down and the display is set to none. This reveals#main-content-info (grey-background div).
Currently however, the display value of #main-content-portfolio is set to none BEFORE the slide. How can I switch this order of events?
First time here. I have had no luck searching on Google or here regarding this. I am trying to tie the value of an image src to two onChange events. the events are drop down boxes in a form. I do have a couple of single event driven peices working so I think my logic is sound. I originally tried to do this with multiple if statements that tested both conditions/events. I have since given each event it's own function. I have no idea what i am doing wrong. the onChange events have no effect on the image display at all. The default image just stays in place. My JS knowledge is limited but it looks correct as far as I can tell. What am I missing.