I want to create a custom radio button. Basically I would like an image to act like a radio button. When selected the image border changes to highlight it. When a different image is selected it's border becomes highlighted and the previous selected image's border returns to normal. Only one image may be selected at a time. A value would then be passed in the form when submitted. I am wanting it to act like the way in print preview you can select the page orientation (portrait or landscape) by selecting the appropriate icon.
This is the code I came up with. It seems to work well but I thought someone here might know a better way to do this. To test subsitute your own images with file paths.
Code: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <title>Untitled Document</title>
First, here is my code so far.
Now here's a sample form:
My question is, when i run this function and pass it in the group of radio buttons by means of the onclick event handler, firefox 3.6.22 reports in the error console on line 22 that "options[index] is undefined". It seems that if i use the variable "index" more than one time it reports this error but if I take out the assignment to variable "choice" that it works just fine.
I rewrote the function using a separate variable and this time it works perfectly:
Notice the indexing variables in the "if" statement and the assignment to "choice" are different.
I have a choice of three market items and I want the value of the selected one to be sent to my form. My code is:[code]I have tried giving them different ids, I have tried replacing the id with checked="id='myitem'", I have tried getElementById('myitem.checked'), I have tried getElementbyName.In my full page I have far more radio buttons, so I don't want to do a getElementById('myitem.checked || myitem.checked etc.But I have run out of alternatives to try. Needless to say as it currently stands it gives the last radio button's value, which means it doesn't like them having the same id, but when I tried changing how the id was applied, or called - ElementByName, FF gives the error message as id is null.
The following (likely far from imperfect code), reports a value of NaN in the j4 display. I suppose the problem is I am not really passing the "checked" value of the radio button via .value ... without having to get this value via html, is there any way I can passed the checked value via html .. maybe with syntax like n4.checked.value or something.. Code:
I'm using this script: [URL] I would like to know how to make the script open with another �Click Here to Contact Us text (not the same button) hyperlink somewhere further down on my page. For example:
The first time you click a radio button in IE8, no value is returned at all (tested with document.write of the 'check' value), with an error "'null' is null or not an object". The second (and rest of the times) you click any of the checkboxes the wrong value is returned, it returns the value of the currently checked button (which we checked a moment ago) rather than the one we have checked the second time. Does Internet Explorer have issues with this onchange function method? Or is something wrong with my code?
I am trying to create a button that when clviked on it will pop up 9 error boxes at random and the user clicks onthem as fast as he/ she can and when the error oxes are done there is a message that asks if you want more here is my code:
Im trying to configuere a form that a.a radio buttons that allow the user to choose between quarters, nickels, dimes and pennies and show image when click on my radio button.how to get the image to display whenthey click on the radio button?
I have a set of radio buttons each with an onclick event that has a numeric value. When the button is clicked an input box called "Total" is updated with the new value. The problem I'm having is that if a radio button is checked and one clicks on it again then the onclick event is triggered.
Is there any way to prevent the onclick event from triggering if the radio button is already checked?
I have 3 radio buttons with the same name ("myradio"). The value of each is a different URL (eg. value="http:[url]...)I have a link underneath these (<a href="#">Send</a>). I would like the selected radio button's value to be inserted into the href of the link, and if the user selects a different radio button that this changes.
I have a form with 4 radio buttons, the scenario is, when a user click on a radio button a hidden content will be displayed and the other three radio buttons will be disabled so that at one time a user can only click and view single radio button and the hidden content.Here is my code to show hide the hidden content but i need when the user select one radio button the other radio buttons should disable.
I am attempting to pass a value from child to parent window. My issue is that I can't get the value of my radio button to the parent when there is more than one radio button. I get a result of "undefined".
Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html lang="en" dir="ltr">[code].....
I am trying to produce a web form to allow wedding guests to RSVP. The form allows them to enter a name and select from a radio button whether they will be attending or not. If they select the "yes" radio button then a further pair of radio buttons are displayed for their meal preference.
They can then click a submit button or they can click another button to add another line for another guest which operates in exactly the same way. I've almost got this working, but it seems that the checkbox change handler is lost for the current guest when a new guest is added and the checkbox value is reset. I've got a feeling I'm doing something stupid but can't for the life of me figure out what.
Code (source file (renamed to .txt) also attached as I'm not sure the pasted code is too clear):
My issue is that I have everything working except the form! I'm not sure how to make it so that upon clicking the submit button the feedback is presented in the "feedback" frame. This was suggested to me but isn't working, maybe I have a mistake somewhere? Or is there another way I can do this?
I am trying to create a form with radio buttons, when an option is selected and submitted it comes up with a message but i cant get it working. If the first radio button is selected I want the message class 1 and if the second class 2 etc