Form Submit Opening A New Window & Forwarding On Main Site.
Apr 21, 2006
I want a form that people fill in their name, email address then click a banner to submit the information to my site admin email address but as they submit using the banner, I want the site the banner is advertising to open up in a new window while the main page will go to a 'thank you' page.
I'd want that: at the first user's click on the #register div, the div #registerForm become visible, it should remains visible also when the user click the submit button within and it should disappear if the user click a second time on the #register.I partially solved my problems with this:
The following will submit the form data to popup by clicking the submit button. I want it will submit the form automatically to the popup, there is no submit button in this page. Basically this page should not show up.
I have a form that is in a popup window. I need the form to submit to the opener window. Is is possible to do that? The opener window is the main window so it is does not have a name and there are no framesets.
I know somebody has done this before and has the code.
I have a HTML and I am opening another link in a separate window using window.open() . The child window is something like 'http://yahoo.com' which is out side html. I need to refresh the parent window when the child window is closed.
Basically, I have a form with two submit buttons. One is called "Save", and the other is "Preview". I want the "Save" button to submit the form using normal means (replace the current window).. but the "Preview" button must submit the form into a new window.
Here's the code I have right now. This basically is just two buttons that open the form into the same window. It's the Save button that I want to open up into a new window only. : Code: <form name="form_name" method="post" action="http://www.domain.com/file.php"> <input type="submit" name="Save" value="Save"> <input type="submit" name="Preview" value="Preview"> </form>
I'm using window.showModalDialog but having an issue trying to set the parent window(main browser). I open modal window A which is then opens modal window B, top of modal window B onload I do window.opener.close()". My issue now is when i'm finished with B I set parent window(main browser) to a new url with window.opener.location. So my problem is modal window A the parent has been closed so window.opener.location will not work.
I have a form which enables users to type in some text in a <TEXTAREA>, allowing them to use HTML. I have defined two submit buttons - one to submit as usual, but one which I would like to popup another window and submit the typed text to different action/script to give a preview. Code:
I have an HTML page which pases some value on button click event to an API using jquery and its succesfully running.It returns true or false.i want that if its returns true a popup box should appear where i have to show some message. i dont know how to do so after getting that respose as user have already submit the form.
I have the code below in my popup window which currently brings up a blank page in the background as the main window. Instead I want the popup to come up but the original page I left is in the background as the main window. Does anyone know how I can do that with the code I currently have.
I have a web page where I want the user to click a button to see a pop up window where they can browse files on their computer to upload and then when they click the submit button have the popup close and the form to be submitted to the main window.
I need to set up a form that once submitted opens a window thats 550x400. The form needs to be validated first however. I used an onClick event on the submit button but that opens the window regardless whether a user filled it out or not.
In my main window, I create a popup window. Is there a way to bring the main window back to the foreground (make the main window the focus window again) from the popup window using JS? Like from a link or a button?
I have a popup window that comes up when a user doesn't have access to a certain page within my site. The problem is when a user clicks on something the popup window comes up but the bigger sized window of that popup comes up in the background as well. I am trying to have my popup window come up while the original page I clicked from is still focused/seen in the background. This is the code I currently am using, can anyone help me with what I am missing. I have a back button but I won't need that if I want to maintain the original page in the background. Instead I will use a close button.
I am building a CMS and will have an Image browser built with it. When articles are added the will be able to open up the image browser when they find the image they want to insert I would like to send it(and ID from my database) into that textarea where the article is in(in the main window). So basically sending a value from popup to the main window(textarea). Is there a way i can do it.
code to show ( overlay / modal window ) to the user when closing or navigating away from the page ( i want put in this window facebook share to make the user to share the page in his facebook ) , bytheway i wanna use it in my wordpress in every post could it be happen ?
Basically, I registered for a free board at one of the various sites because my server doesn't support .cgi scripts. I want to know if there is a way to have the data from a form on my site post to the board site -A user would fill in my form, click submit, and a new post would appear on the board site -as if they had entered it there. If you can point me in the right direction, I would be grateful. Here is my thinking.
A) I can't locate the script that they use to perform a "submit"; so I thought I might enter their <head> data (as far as xmlns, href, etc) in my <head>; that my website might call up their script files, css sheets, etc.
C) I could size their site down to the form itself and put it in a frame on my page
Option C is clearly easier, but I would prefer option A or B. I have time and will happily do the research myself; provided that I know if approach A or B is even feasible.