If User Types In The Correct Info Into An Input Field - Then Show A Submit Button
Jul 2, 2009
I'd like to create a quick and dirty validation method for a form. It's not meant to be very secure.
The way I picture it working is this - there is an input field that asks for a password. If the user types in the password correctly, the "submit" div tag will change from "none" to "block". , which will display the submit button. I just am not familiar with JS enough to know if that's possible.
Basically I have an text field with an id of s_username As the user types I want to append this to a var so I can display what the user has entered at the side of the screen, I have been using this for select boxes:
I'm just starting up in web design and I have an interesting challenge that I'm hoping can be solved w/java script. I have a site with an application form. When the form is to be submitted, the form data needs to be emailed to the correct person to handle that particular application. However, that can't be determined by anything specific in the form. It can only be determined by the link that they clicked on to get to the form. I really don't want to have 22 identical forms with just a different EmailTo addie, which is what the previous site developer did. Someone please tell me this can be done w/java script? If not w/java script
I am having a problem with my script used to disable my submit button. I want the button to disable upon correct submission of the form, and the button to be kept enabled if the required fields are not filled in. I have the following code at the moment (which only does the first if statement).
I've been trying to figure out with a search box I've added how it can submit by pressing the 'enter' key rather than just clicking a 'submit' button beside a form. I've tried onkeypress but as soon as you press one button the field submits. I've also seen you can do with keycode==13 but I'm not sure how to add it into my code.
So I am trying to make a form that will eventually take the user to a specified link. It is a form that uses drop down menus. I based this off of someone elses code (with permission :)), but it shows everything <= user input. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make it only show only one of the next options.here is the JS code:
what I want to do is have an auto suggest of words as a user types, the code that I have works only once.For example: if you type.. hel, it will suggest hello but once you press space and type hel, again it doesn't suggest hello, I need it to suggest words even after you press space.
I have a small piece of code (taken largely from W3 Schools)that checks that there is a decimal point entered in a form field, but what I really need is to check that the number entered ends in 2 decimal places.
e.g. 10 is Invalid 10.00 is Valid
My current code is below. Can someone explain what I need to do to ensure that the user enters a number including two trailing decimal places please?
I'm adding a sub menu to my portfolio page that will allow a user to filter the types of projects they want to see, but I'm not really sure how to approach this. I have a variety of web design and motion graphics projects all on the same page, and I want the user to be able to "uncheck" one category or the other, and when they do, all the divs for the unchecked category will fade out. This is the page: [URL] Does that make sense? What I'm thinking of doing is applying a unique ID to the different categories, then build a little JS that will change the opacity of those specific IDs somehow. I am not a JS ninja though, and I'm thinking there is probably a more efficient way.
I got an unusual request form a client. I got a form and I have to get values from certain input fields and assign them as a value to a hidden field and then submit it through php.I'm using mootools (1.11). I was tinkering around that for a day and wasn't able to solve it. Here is the html:
Code: <div> <label for="primary_domain0">Primary Domain Name <span class="req">*</span></label>