Beginning - Conditional Statement Based On What Button A User Clicks
Feb 20, 2010
This doesn't seem to work. Am I referencing this.value incorrectly? If so, what's the proper way to get information about what the user clicked?
I want to execute a script when the user clicks the button. Currently in my html doc. i have the button declared. <input type="button" id ="button" onclick='notEmpty() value="Play"/> When the button is clicked, i execute the notEmpty() function and I want to execute a script inside the notEmpty().
It will open when the page comes up, but how do I put it so that it opens when the user clicks a button?
I am looking for someone who has used jQuery in the capacity of assigning a value to a text area when the user clicks a radio button. Here is the example code I have worked on so far that does not work.
myform = document.createElement("form"); myform.method = "post"; myform.action = "editdetails.php"; myform.id = "editemail"; myform.name = "editemail"; var a=document.getElementById('editdetailstable').insertRow(2); var b=document.getElementById('editdetailstable').insertRow(3); [Code]....
I am trying to set up a toggle to allow users to show more precision when a user clicks a button. I have a function high() that doesn't do anything when it is called. I am fairly new to jQuery so I am not to familiar with the syntax.
I'm looking to have a lightbox pop up when a user clicks the Back button in their browser rather than just navigating back. The purpose is to ask a question with a Yes/No answer, and if they click No, I allow them to go back. The only thing I've found anything like this is the onUnload event, but that doesn't prevent them from going back. How should this be handled?
<form> <input type="button" value="Click here to see" onclick="window.open('http://www.yahoo.com')" />
Rules: create an array for the user to type 5 strings in a prompt that will be displayed in an alert box.
User must type in the prompt an alert will display what the user typed if the prompt is empty or contains nothing an alert will display telling the user to enter text user clicks ok on the alert box and is sent back to the prompt box
So I'm new to jQuery and loving it! I just got stuck on a problem that I'm not sure how to work around. I'm trying to add a class to a li item in a navigation if it has child list items underneath it. For example,if I have this situation:
currentSlide is set to 0. vote is set to 2. When I look at my console log, these are true. But in poll_receiveData.php, I'm unable to use a conditional statement with $vote. It's like the program doesn't know how to compare things to $vote. But a SQL statement using $question works just fine. Here's my code:
I am having a strange issue with jQuery where if someone clicks a checkbox, then a hidden div would slideDown using jQuery but for some reason, the intial click on the checkbox works and shows the hidden div but it does NOT work when you click on the checkbox again to hide the div. [URL] On the borrower and lender tabs you'll see checkbox i speak of by the "Mailing address same as Property Address"
I am trying to create a conditional comment scenario that is based on a web address. I am working with an ecommerce site that I want to put a nav menu promotion on all the pages except the home page. The system we are using only allows a post promotion to ALL or one specified URL.
I have tried everything I can think of to create a URL condition based comment but nothing has worked. I tried modifying the code below to change the if output to a variable comment tag and then write the variable further in the script with a document.write.