1. user click "start" button for the e-test,
2. user need to finish the e-test with in 20 minutes, after 20 minutes the form will auto submit and the data will save into file,
3. me will go to the file folder open it and print out the qestion and anwser.
4. The file will be detele after i print out and the next user can do the e-test again.
I got the time counter and the auto submit script. but i just have no ideal how to save the data into file.
var mytable = document.getElementById('tableId'); var mytablebody = mytable.getElementsByTagName("tbody"); var myrow = mytablebody.getElementsByTagName("tr");[code]....
how to save data like : position, style, etc in a cookie, using jquery, and then to load that data back if i need to.
I've been researching and i found some plugins but i cant put the script together,
i would like a simple working example or some good documentation because from what i read it doesn't seem to be very hard, but on every forum I've been that talks about cookie setup there is not so much info
I`m using some functions to manipulate contents of local HTML files When modifications are done i would like to make them permanent by clicking SAVE / SAVE AS / EXPORT button How to save dynamically generated HTML elements into the opened file, as well as export them to another one?
I need save to my html page id path adress like id="#videos/fashion/test.txt" but if I want find this line like $("div").find("#videos/fashion/test.txt") it doesn't find it. I think it for the slashes. What is the best way to save into html page value and not to be seen on design view?
My goal: User clicks "Save As HTML" button which triggers jquery to copy the source of the page and present it to the user as a mypage.html download. My fall back approach will be to open a new tab with just the desired html and instruct the user to manually "File -> Save As". However, this is very undesirable and I would like to find a solution to fulfill the goal above.
I have a long survey form and once its submitted it gets recorded into a database. I would love to be able to save a PDF version of the HTML form with all their radio buttons and textfields filled out at the same time its submitted. It would need a unique name that matches their record in the database (maybe it pulls the data that was entered into one of the form fields for the name).
Whether it gets uploaded to an ftp or just emailed to a mailbox doesn't really matter. The purpose of this is to basically have a visual interpretation of the data by a single user.
i have a a script for typing speed test. after 10 sex. script shows some result like Raw CPM: 35 Corrected CPM: 20 WPM: 4Time left: 0 Your score: 20 CPM (that is 4 WPM) In reality, you typed 35 CPM, but you made 3 mistakes (out of 7 words), which were not counted in the corrected CPM score.
I got the following script to work the way I want it by adding new text inputs with new name values, but if there is data added and the add button is clicked again everything disappears. Is there any way to keep the data from going AWAL?
Using a UI dialog I'd like to load in 10 or so images. Each would be unique and after you click on one the following needs to happen:
1. Image appears on the parent page in a specified ID.
2. A "hidden" field is updated so that when the user submits the db is updated with their selection.
3. Dialog closes automatically.
That's it. Basically it would work similar to "datepicker".I'm using the latest 1.4 and ui and been making great progress as learning basics. I need to do the above and it seems like such a no brainier and or it should already exist but after 2 days of searching and trial and error...