JQuery :: Two Input Fields / Give Second Input Field Always Same Value As Input Field One
Jun 7, 2010
I am having a form with two input fields. I want to enter some text in the first input field and then the second field should get the same text. Is there a simple way (maybe a plugin) to do this with jQuery? It would be perfect if I even could output all these input fields values as normal text in <p> or <li> tags.
Copy the value from the [correct] text box to the Value=”” section of the now hidden field in the PayPal form That way, no matter whether they [BUY NOW] or [ADD to CART] the right size is submitted to the PayPal shopping cart. This is the actual PayPal code that I’m trying to change
I got this far, and then decided to find how to insert the "enteredVALUE" into the right place in the input text field (what I called output) and I've not been able to figure out how to stuff it in there.
I pull product price from another page. Then I multiply it with quantity entered in the quantity input field. The problem is, if I forget to enter quantity value before I pull product information or if I change the quantity field later, the final total price is not updated.
I have the following html, field xxx requires a number from 0 to 100 when percentage is selected, and 0 to inifinity when dollar is selected.what's the best practice to setup validation for this?the key is to control the maximum value.I have tried depends expression in a max rule, but it doesn't seem that it can satisfy my requirement.
I have a input field (text field) in my html page. User should give input as a string like following 12 345 678,0 If user gives input in format 12345678,0 and leves the input field how can I format the value 12345678,0 into format 12 345 678,0?
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>
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:
I am trying to make some dynamic effect to a HTML page using JQuery.<br/> 1.<br/> When the user clicks a Radio field, the field will be highlighted.<br/> 2.<br/> When the user clicks the Radio 'Man', <br/>a Input text box will be provided immeditely just below it.
Here is my simple HTML page, but I don't know how to do with the JQuery part:
I have a pretty basic set of things I want to do: Capture key press, compare against an allowed list, block keys that are not in that list, replace a space by a dash if entered. As this is happening, I have a span I wanted to be updated with the live values. The username field at [URL] is exactly what I am trying to do, though I have trouble dissecting how they did it. Here is my attempt, which is off by one keypress for some reason.
So I have to ask some stupid questions and make sure that there is not something wrong in this simple syntax. I am trying to get input field attributes type and tagname by field ID. Heres the code..
When I look in firebug I see there is the correct ID in input_id variable and that the input field with that id exists. But for tag and type variables I just get 'undefined' for reason unknown.. syntax is correct or?
I'm trying to replicate a feature found in hotmail, facebook, etc. When you type or select a recipient from an auto-suggest box for your message/email that recipient's name is put into the "To" field box and is encased (usually a blue rounded corner box) with a X to the far right. If the "X" is clicked the recipient is removed.
How can do you put the selected recipient into the encasing and insert it in the "To" field box? If there are multiple recipients how are they differentiated? For example, if there were a ";" between the recipients the semi-colon would separate the values.
Trying to create some sort of notifier if an input field does not meet certain conditions. I guess its my own validator. I could use a simple .show() but the input fields are not spaced out. I have attached a link to the jsFiddle i was working on.
The basic behavior that I want is for the output text to match exactly what I'm typing in input field above. The problem is that my output field lags behind my input field by a single letter. (I type in "hello world" and the output field says "hello worl") I'm guessing maybe that at the time the keypress event is fired, the letter hasn't actually been entered yet into the form field, but I don't know for sure.
Is there any simple way to get my output field to match up with what's in my input field in the above code snippet? Workarounds I've thought of are a) using keyup instead of keypress (works, but feels laggy), or b) Converting the event keyCode into a letter and appending it onto the end of the string (seems more complicated than it ought to be)
I have this script where i call a jquery ajax to calclate something and then put it back in the form input so then i post everything to a php script where it insert it in mysql database. Here is the script :
I'm trying to make a form with a postal code input. But there are 6 input fields within a div container. When some one types just one letter they automatically go to the next input field this continuing until they reach the last input area.
And i would like to change value attribute of input field (for example only to file.txt but it doesn't matter). Is this possible? I'm browsing google 2 hours, but still didn't find nothing which works...If I had an id instead of class, it would be easy, but i have only class and I cant change this (its dynamically generated with framework i'm using).
PS. Int my html there are more input elements with class="text_field", it would be good to change them all.