This is probably very basic, but I don't think I'm searching the right terms to find what I need, I'm looking for an example code of how to do this.I have 3 columns (form fields below)
PRICE | ITEMS | Total
I want a user to be able to enter in a price and the amount of items so that when they leave one of those two fields, it will autocalculate and populate the "total" field. I also want the option for them to be able to fill out the total field alone, without having to enter "price" or "items". So basically 'total' has to be filled out either way, because I will then be doing calculations with that data.
I have everything working up to this point but when I try and put the math equation into my script section, I get multiple error and cannot figure out how to get the function to return the actual total rental cost.Below is the code with the math function at the end of the script section in the heading which I seem to be receiving error on.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">[code].........
I would like to create a form that calculates the area of a floor or wall. The user will input the length/height and width dimensions into two input fields and then click calculate.I simply need a script that multiplies the two fields together and puts the answer in a third read-only field.
i've got a bunch of webaplications in use that the users have open in a browser all day. and so far every thing is perfecto. my problems start when the user during the day get emails with links in them... being humans they click those links and some times they "loose" the webaplication from the original browser. this also happens of course when they use their bookmarks etc.
My issue is I would like to have this code validate my radio buttons on my form and also have an onscreen pop-up in the case that the user is exiting the page without filling out the form.I have had both of these peices of code working...but when I put both of them on the page the pop-up will override the validation script, and I don't wish to have the pop-up, pop-up when the user hits the submit button. Here are my pieces of code:Inside my head tag:
We implemented an exit popup on our page. When a user tries to leave our purchase page, an exit popup comes up saying that if they click cancel they will get a 50 dollar discount and are automatically redirected to that discounted checkout form.
The problem is, when a user clicks our "submit" button, when they are trying to purchase at full price, the exit popup shows up too, and redirects them, so essentially we can't get the full amount out of our customers! We want the script on the page, but we don't want it to show up when users click our submit button.
heres the exit popup script
Any of you know how can I stop an exit console when the visitors lefts my site trough a form button?
Then on the body tag ************************ <body onUnload="exit()"> ************************
There are two input fields in a form, but only one of them is required, they are not required at the same time. Either A or B is required. ( A is required OR B is required). In other words, a user can input data to field A, or he can input data to filed B, but he can not input data to Both A and B at the same time. How to implement this constraint in Jquery form validation?
I've been googleing for a auto calculating form and found nothing, I just want something .. some form, that can add values from different fields ... and make a sum .. in real time ... meaning that ... if I put X value in field #1 and Y value in field #2, at the bottom or somewhere I should have the X+Y value :P..
I am writing a form and doing a bunch of calculations one of which is a percentage based on the value selected. I am returning a correct result for two of the values but for the other two I am not.The 'discount' value is what I am looking for. It should return as 0 for values of 1 but it is doing the math as though it is multiplying by 1. And again for the value of 6 it should be 10% but is taking the value as 4.6 or something.Code is below I've included all of it (sorry) for better ease of understanding the math that is happening:
I am using the same java script to help add shipping costs for paypal in my html.I have worked very long and hard to get to this point.I have saved and named each java script for it's form.However, when there are more then one on the html page it always calculates the last form giving me the wrong price per quantity on the first.I have not found a way to differentiate or id and separate.
I'm working on a financial form that is filled out and then a pdf is outputted (via php).
I've got a section for "project costs" with 4 fields (numeric is expected). I'd like to add a 5th field "Total Project Cost" that adds all the inputs of the first 4 fields on the fly as they are typed (or at least, after focus changes).
Also I'd like to have a field which defaults to "10" and a drop down with 3 items that will either add 0, 5 or 10 to the field which defaults to 10.
I am trying to have a form calculate total using this script, works OK until the total reaches 99 from there on it only returns 2 figures. Also it won't work if I complete the dollar value (i.e add .00)
I have this order form where the customers can change the quantity by intput in a text field.I would like to have the text field changed with select fields, but doing so in the form, the script is not doing anymore.Can anyone have a look and tell me what to change in the scritp to accept select fields in place of the text fields.
I need the value of my drop down box options to contain size information rather than price. However I would like to be able to calculate a price for the items based on what size the user selects as well as the quantity. Below is the code I came up with (which doesn't work obviously)What can I do to get this to work for me?
I'm trying to create a four-box form in which the user enters information into the first two boxes,and the program fills the second two boxes in.Basically,I need a form to calculate the square footage and cost of a vinyl banner.In the first text box the user would enter the banner's height.In the second box the user would enter the banner's width.
The third box would multiply the height by the width and display the total square footage of the banner.So far, I have this part down. The following is what I need help with: the fourth box.The fourth box needs to display the cost of the banner. I have a complicated pricing structure. For example:
If the total square feet for the banner is under 12 square feet, the cost is $60.00. If the square feet for the banner is between 13 and 25 square feet. The cost is $4.80/square foot and ect...I believe this would be done using some variation of an IF statement but I can't get it to work.Using this example, what would I add to the form to get this work? The following is the form I have so far which just consists of the calculation of the square feet which is all I've been able to get working.
Can I multiply two relatively small numbers and determine that there was a carry?
What I have been given is two arrays and I need to multiply the elements in the first with the corresponding value in the second and then save the result into a third array. I have tried every option i can think of to do this, I entered the result values into the third array just to check the rest of my code is right