I was wondering if the was any way to determine the state of the caps lock key, on or off. Of course I can capture the key events and see whether the caps lock is pressed, but that does not help.
I have seen some example that looks at the characters entered in an input field to determine if the caps lock is on, but I was wondering if something is possible that is a bit more immediate to report the caps lock state.
I am using one script which is functioning properly incase of IE but incase of Mozilla evenif the shift key is pressed and any character key is pressed then it is displaying Caps Lock is On. how can I make it Mozilla and IE compatible.
In my page there are a combo-box and a check-box that should have the following behaviour: When check-box is checked, the combo-box has to take a precise value and has to be not editable by the user. I cannot use DISABLED option because the back-end needs the value in the combo and READONLY option is useless with a combo-box.... So I don't know what to use to make the combo "disabled"
Is there any way to lock down the menu bars? I currently have a form that was created in Adobe Professional. I have hidden the menu bars on initial view of this form, in an effort to force the sales associates to use buttons that I created that will show them all fields that are required. This worked for a while, but now the sales associates have found out how to unhide the menu bars and are again submitting incomplete forms. I would like to have something in place, that if they do unhide the menu bars, there are certain commands that they cannot use (i.e. Attach to E-mail). Is there any way to put script on this form that will gray out certain commands on the menu bars?
I was wondering: You know how you're able to left-click and hold the mouse-button down on a image and then drag it around? Everybody must know that; Is there a way to "lock" the picture, so that isn't possible? I'm not talking about removing the right-click features, like saving the picture, etc. I just want the users not to be able to drag it all over the place - like a background for example. In HTML, of course
I'm trying to figure out a way to make only one element on a page receive key and mouse events. I have a grid in a <div>-container with "overflow:auto" which makes the grid scrollable. If course I can set event handlers to the "document" to catch key strokes and mouse clicks and execute navigation functions which make the grid scroll (e.g. pressing down arrow) etc. This of course effects the whole page and not just the div.
The problem is: as far as I know only window and form elements can receive events such as focus(), blur(), keypress() etc. and I have to make sure only this one element is affected.
Is there thus a way to make these events affect only the <div> container?
The best way to do this would be with an event listener as this would make development much easier.
I've created a admin center, that has two seperate login permissions. Admin which can edit listings, etc... and Viewer which can only view listings, and edit 1 or 2 of the listings details and not all of them like the admin. I've seen web-sites where certain text input fields are sort of Grayed out, not allowing for user to type, click in or change anything in that field. Sort of like the html text input field has been or is disabled. How can I get certain html text input fields to appear disabled, and the text that's inside un-editable or unchange-able?
I've come up with a way (at least in IE7 and Firefox 2 and 3) to create a table that lets you scroll the body contents while the table header row remains fixed in place.
It's mostly a CSS solution, but it does use the IE CSS expression operator and uses some DOM properties to assign some IE heights and widths. The other CSS solutions I've seen to this problem all tend to be pretty inflexible and hard to implement in the real world for tables of varying sizes. They require that you to hard code your table widths and heights in multiple locations in the CSS and involve the use of more than just one class name assignment.
I wanted a solution that could handle tables of different sizes on the same page. Something that allowed you to assign just one class and allowed the you to specify the height in the actual table that you wanted to lock the headings for.
I tried to keep the HTML table mark-up as clean as possible. All you need do is to simply assign a single CSS class name to a DIV that surrounds the table then assign a height you want the table to be as an embedded style. That's it.
Here is the HTML: [URL] I'm trying to uncheck the selected radio button, then set the value to 1 (Yes), basically overwriting theinitialvalue to 1. I've looked at prop(), val(), and attr(), and just don't know where to start. Should I select $('#set_q157 input') or$('#set_q157 input:radio'), or each individual radio?
Do I need to each them, and check if its checked, then change its value, or is there a way to select all three inputs as just one radial button? It would also need to work if the input has not yet been checked.
It is the function control() which validates the e-mail field. But it just validates whether the e-mail has been entered or not. The second check (with the @ sign) is not being made.
I'm working a bunch of pre existing code on a CMS. Just after a quick fix. Doing a show/hide thing on a particular div somewhere on the page depending if a checkbox is ticked or not.Currently there is 3 checkboxes that are dynamically added through the CMS. Here's simplified version of the form: