I have a textbox thats initial text color is set to grey, I want to change the text color to black when the user clicks on it, is this done by using onclick="style=color:Black;" I have tried this and failed but maybe ive got something slightly wrong or is it done a different way completely.
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 working on implementing watermark in datepicker text field (JQuery V1.8.9). I have a datepicker field with watermark set (dd/mm/yyyy). Watermark text displaying in gray color. When I select a date, the text field still having the gray color instead of changing to black color. but, when i key in the date and focus out, it's working fine. Also, this is working fine in Chrome but not with Firefox. I'm not sure the exact cause...
How on earth do you use javacript to change the text color of an input element, and have it work with IE??? I've tried numerous solutions. All of them work on browsers such as Mozilla. But none of them work on IE.
This works in every browser I've tried besides IE:
I am trying to Change the text color of my buttons when they are clicked can somone tell me where to insert and what line of code needs inserted. I am very new to this, i kinda just got thrown into it at work here and am trying to make it happen Code:
Anyways I have a textarea that I have managed through the magic of google to have the default text clear out with the onfocus and if the textarea is left blank to put the default text back in with onblur. I now have a new problem that is a little CSS and a little JS I suppose. I want the default text in the textarea to be grey and the user submitted text to be black. I know it is possible because... well facebook has it.
I am currently successfully using the following code to randomly change the color of specified text ("quotations" - see below) each time the page is reloaded. The only problem is that the colors are too random. Instead of the code I now have, I'm looking for code that would allow me to define a distinct list of colors through which the text would randomly rotate each time the page loads. In other words, I want to choose each of the randomly loaded colors of my text.
I have a regular expression that returns multiple matches. For e.g. If the user types a string "980ee,34223,werw" in a textbox, the regular expression match returns "ee" and "werw". I would like to highlight both "ee" and "werw" in the textbox.
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'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 have a form that has a bunch of text inputs, and I would like to select all that don't already have a class "errorClass" assigned to them. My JQuery currently is: $('input[type="text"]').addClass("idleField"); But that adds the class "idleField" to ALL text fields, overriding the ones that already had the class "errorClass" assigned to it. What is the proper syntax to add the "idleField" class to all text inputs that don't have the "errorClass" assigned?
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.
I have a div whose hover color is initially set through a CSS style sheet, but have found that if I change the background through a script, the hover is wiped out. Here's how I'm changing the colornode.style.backgroundColor = '#00FF00';Later on, I need to restore the normal color and have the hover still work. Is there any way to programatically reinstate the h
There are two radio buttons, sometimes one will be disabled, other times the other will be disabled. I would like to make a script that: First: Changes the color of surrounding text of the disabled radio button to the color grey. Second: Checks the other radio button.
This was my plan: I would make a script that: First: Removes all the current classes and add the class "greyed_out" (or better: change only the color of) the parent element, all siblings and children of siblings (if any) of the radio button that is disabled at that time.Second: Sets the attribute "checked to the other radio button". I made a script, but when I set the bottom radio button to disabled the script doesn't work: