My database saves the cars make and model to the row in the database. On the "Add a Job" page, you have to enter the make and model of the car in by hand. I'm looking for a way to have these in a dropdown list, but if the make/model isn't in the list to be able to add it manually.
I can get the makes and models form the database and get them to fill a dropdown list, but then there isn't any provision for entering a make/model manually without going into PHPMyAdmin.
Copy the value from the [correct] text box to the Value=”” section of the now hidden field in the PayPal form That way, no matter whether they [BUY NOW] or [ADD to CART] the right size is submitted to the PayPal shopping cart. This is the actual PayPal code that I’m trying to change
I got this far, and then decided to find how to insert the "enteredVALUE" into the right place in the input text field (what I called output) and I've not been able to figure out how to stuff it in there.
I am trying to make some dynamic effect to a HTML page using JQuery.<br/> 1.<br/> When the user clicks a Radio field, the field will be highlighted.<br/> 2.<br/> When the user clicks the Radio 'Man', <br/>a Input text box will be provided immeditely just below it.
Here is my simple HTML page, but I don't know how to do with the JQuery part:
I'm looking for have a text field when a user clicks in the text field a drop list of values appears for the user selects from and populates the text box they clicked. Is there anywhere I can find this or something similar?
<p><input name="vericode" id="vericode" value="This text doesn't display!!" type="text" onclick="value=''"/></p>
how to create a somewhat simple form. The form will have text fields for 'Name', 'Phone', etc. What I want is to have a drop down list, which has different insurances to choose from (i.e. Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Senior products), and say when I choose 'Senior Products', new text fields pop up within the form to add their 'Address' and click a checkbox that states they authorize to be contacted. These new fields aren't visible unless they choose 'Senior Products' from the drop down list.
I have a form that has a pretty complicated combo box - a user starts typing text, it queries a database for matches, and displays the results to the user. The user can then select the match they desire and it has a value id, which I am currently sending to a hidden field in the form. So, for example: user starts typing in a movie name, Seven - it returns Seven and user selects it. The form submits the id of the movie seven (say 12) to a hidden field.
Where I am stumped: Once a user selects a movie title, I have another drop down select box that is to display the available formats of the movie by querying my database based on the product id (12) and returning the available formats in the list:
DVD BLUERAY VHS
I am pretty good at programming, but I cannot figure this out - how to make the select box fire and return results once the value for the textbox has been captured.
I have tryid to search for this, but apparently, I cant get the right words for it... What I want is to have an input field (Email) with the word "Email" predefined in it as value, but when a user clicks inside the field, the word disappear and he can write his own email...
I've been doing a lot of googling and im having touble finding information on how to do the following.I have an input field: $("#my_field")Which contains the following following text: |1||4||9||10|When the user clicks a button i want to check to if : |4| is in $("#my_field").val()I can find examples on how to check all input fields, however i only want to check the one.
When a string of text is doubleclicked, the text changes into an input field, (dropdown, text, etc), and when the user presses enter or clicks out of the field, whatever they chose/typed in replaces the original string of text.
I want to run a function when text is typed into an input field. So every time 1 character is put in it will process a function. However I do not know how to accomplish this. I tried the onchange attributed but that seems to only work when you unselect the input field.
how this might be accomplished? I'm also comfortable with jQuery if you think that's a better option.