As far as I know, there's no event for which a text in a textarea is highlighted. For instance, I want an event to fire when the word "your" in the textarea below is either clicked, highlighted, or brought into focus. HTML Code: <textarea> This is a text area... your text here
Im trying to create a custom selectbox and Im having some problems, with it. What Im trying to do is have a function that loops through all <select> tags and find ones that only have the class name of "select" and then from there they get a custom select box. From there I have a variable passed in order to get the option. I created a few elements and etc... So at this stage Im just trying to get the text from the <option> tag within each individual <li> element and I can't get it working.
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>
I want to create a interactive map viewer likeGooglemaps using my own custom map image. On clicking a location on the map, a small popup displayed showing some data. I aslo want a zooming and panning functionality. note that i am using aLinuxserver. The application must not use flash.
How do I add an event listener to a few text boxes that prevents the user from typing anything but digits. I use the numbers entered in the text boxes in calculations afterwards so I don't want the user to enter "one" instead of "1" etc... Also, the range of possible numbers is too big for a drop down menu.
-Existing DIV --DIV created by label being clicked ---Another DIV ---Another DIV
I hope this doesn't confuse anyone. I have some code for the existing DIV.
I've been trying to create a continuous select, which means that by selecting an option from a select, another select will be filled with options that are relevant to the previous selection. And since I don't want the page to be refreshed, I'd like to use onchange. I've tried a lot of different stuff to do, but yet nothing works.
I can find all sorts of samples in these disc.groups but none of them seems to work for me.
I am focussed on Firefox, but some code that also works for IE, would be appreciated.
BTW I know how to create elements in the html document, that is not the problem. The problem is that I seem not te be able to set the onClick event for some created element. I tried for both a link and also for a text-element. I can set the onClick for some built-in function like alert('Nice Day').
There are loads of examples to be found for that, and they indeed work.
I am creating a website for my company's helpdesk and need an Event Calendar for conference room reservations. User need to be able to check the availability of conference rooms and enter a reservation on the calendar.
While I have hundreds of draggables, the performance is very dramatical. So I want to hear from you if its possible to write code around it. Have you devs a solution to create a draggable on the mousedown event? The problem I face now, is: that I can create on the mousedown a draggable, but it wont following my mouse. If I reclick it, then it follows my mouse. Currently I have the following not working code: