Background Color Of Table Change With Radio Button
Mar 27, 2006
I'm trying to create a cell in a table which changes color depending which radio button is checked.
There are two radio buttons, sometimes one will be disabled, other times the other will be disabled. I would like to make a script that: First: Changes the color of surrounding text of the disabled radio button to the color grey. Second: Checks the other radio button.
This was my plan: I would make a script that: First: Removes all the current classes and add the class "greyed_out" (or better: change only the color of) the parent element, all siblings and children of siblings (if any) of the radio button that is disabled at that time.Second: Sets the attribute "checked to the other radio button". I made a script, but when I set the bottom radio button to disabled the script doesn't work:
I am trying to change the background color of a table based on the value of a picklist. For instance. if the picklist value was "1", then the background color of the table should be red. Not sure where I went wrong in my code. code...
Is it possible to change a table cell background color or add any attributes based on a criteria, anyway, here's my scenario. I have a php table dynamically created onthefly, (let say on load), then i have a sql query returning some values. So illustrating: Table: Sql Result 1 2 3 4 5 2 5 7 6 7 8 9 10
What I am trying to achieve is use the sql result to add attributes to the table cells so for the illustration say i want to add a bold attribute to all table cell which corresponds to the sql result, the result would be, Result: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Any plugins out there? "Its php (server-side) and jquery (client-side) talking...but I know there is a way!
I am trying to develop an exam system.Find my code below.I request you to copy the code and save it as an html file .I have 2 problems:
1. Kindly notice that when the quiz is loaded,it shows both the questions by default.I want only question 1 to be visible when the quiz loads.What happens presently is that ,both questions are visible even after I click on the link Q.1( referring to question 1).However,when I click on Q. 2,then only question 2 can be seen and then(after clicking on Q.2) if I click on Q.1,then only question 1 can be seen
What I want is that when the page loads only question 1 is visible.Then when I click on Q.2,I can see only question 2 and when I click on Q.1, I can see only question 1.I later plan on adding many questions,so it should be a general solution rather than a solution good only for 2 questions.
2.Also,what I want is that,if someone selects any of the answers of a particular question,it's link color should turn green to indicate to the user that he answered that question.So for,instance,if I select an answer to the first question(select one of London,New York,Seattle,Washington,Chicago), the link Q.1 should turn green.
have been trying to rework this to call additional, independent sets of colors to cycle through (so it would loop thru a set of grays, a set of primary colors, etc). I would use perhaps a different function name in the HTML to call different sets of colors. If this is more complex than I think it is, I think 3 sets would be plenty. demo link of script in current state at bottom)
I have a form which contains FOUR text fields (e.g. TEXTFIELD1, TEXTFIELD2, TEXTFIELD3 & TEXTFIELD4). Each text field holds a HEX,DEC color value. ABOVE this form I have a table with TWO ROWS (ROW1 and ROW2). ROW1 should correspond with TEXTFIELD1, so that when the VALUE in TEXTFEILD1 is changed the background color of ROW1 will change to match the HEX,DEC VALUE entered in TEXTFIELD1. The same would happen with TEXTFIELD2 and ROW2. TEXTFIELD3 should be used to change the color of the TEXT inside ROW1 and TEXTFIELD4 should change the color of the TEXT in ROW2. I also wanted to know if it would be possible to achieve this without clicking any button.
------------------------------------------------------------------ | ROW1 | TEXT IN ROW 1 ------------------------------------------------------------------ | ROW2 | TEXT IN ROW 2 ------------------------------------------------------------------
TEXTFIELD1 <----HEXDEC VALUE GOES HERE to change color of ROW1---->[code]....
What I'm trying to do is type a background color for the content area of a table by using the prompt box. This is the code I had but it didn't work:
I'm the webmaster for a recreational organization. As part of one page of the site, I have an HTML "Calendar at a Glance" of the organization's events for the month. It's a simple table of a calendar, 7 across by whatever needed down, and I manually create it each month - not a big deal.
Every day I go in and darken the background color of the current day's cell by changing the appropriate <TD> entry to <TD bgcolor="c63800"> and uploading the page. Takes well under a minute start to finish. Thus the calendar gradually changes color over the course of the month, with the past dates dark and the future dates lighter and thus more apparent to the eye.
But I have to ask if there's a nifty way in which this might be done automatically, based on the current day and the number (the day of the month) that follows the <TD> entry.
It's not a must to change a specific option background color as is done in above line. I will be happy if, at least, is changed the drop box background color at IE, Mozilla and Opera, anyway to change it on a specific option value could be very good.
My Test Page What I can't figure out is how to make the text in that specific DivLayer to change color with the background. Overall,what I want is for the text to be black when the background is white,but when the viewer of the site clicks the button and changes the background color to black,I would like the text to change color to white.
I'm sorry if I'm not being specific enough.I've tried searching for this online and on these forums,but nothing seems to come back,but to be honest I'm not really sure what I'm searching for.
I'm super new to any kind of java script. What I want is a menu that, when clicked, changes the background color of a table cell to blue. When a different option is clicked, the current highlighted table should turn back to gray and the new selection should be blue. Well, I have all of that working. What I need now is just to have the first option start out highlighted and to become unhighlighted when another option is clicked.
i doesnt have id or class name because i generated it dinamically in xslt.
When i click over it, shows a hidden div that contains other "a id=''close" tag, the idea is change the background color of the first anchor when i click on the close button. But i dont know how i can set the it up. how i can get wich anchor i have been clicked and change.