JQuery :: Animation Based On Radio Button Selections?
Jan 21, 2011
The animation that I envision coding with jQuery has proven too advanced for me at the moment. Might anyone know of an example that would help me achieve the below (simplified to the barest minimum to make sense):
I'm building a page that is split into two halves... the left half has six radio button choices: blue, red, green, yellow, purple, and black. The right half is empty. When a radio button is selected in the left half (for this example, I'll say "blue" is selected), I'd like a blue square to bounce (jQuery UI "easeInBounce") into a specified area on the right half. Then, if "green" is selected... the blue square that was already on the right half would fade out (jQuery "fadeOut") and then I'd like a blue square to bounce (jQuery UI "easeInBounce") into the same specified area on the right half.
Might anyone know of a demo that would allow me to code this? The demo can be similar (using different animations), but I'd like to see how it uses radio buttons to control an animation, and to check to see if there is already a target in existence... which would make the "fadeOut" necessary.
I'm not one for making my own scripts, so not quite sure about the best way to go about doing this. I've got a form with 2 different sets of radio buttons. Upon submitting, I'd like to redirect the user to a certain page, based on the selections they made among the radio buttons.
Is there a way to make radio button selections appear in a second popup window? Example: user selects various options from a page then clicks button to open a second window with select options showing up in list.
So I have a dropdown box and when a certain option is pressed will show other fields... if not they stay hidden. However, I also need it to check a radio button that should remain showing.
How would I modify that so I can also have ()Option 1 (*)Option 2 (already checked) change to (*)Option 1 ()Option 2
I am trying to create a script that will display content based on if aradio button is selected, and if the other is selected would hide thecontent. Now, each of these radio buttons are part of a radio group,so their names are the same. Most examples show nput:radio[@name=item] Since I have 2 items that have the same name, I can't usename, so I thought I would try id or value. It isn't working. If I addonly the show, whenever you select either radio button, it shows, andif I add the hide code, it doesn't work at allHere is what I have right now.
The problem is thought the cookie script will only write once to file if the text box that gets updated with a new value being the uploaded file value changes,to get round this i wanted to disable the radio button that saves the form upon change of the default value of the mirror1_url text input as the upload session is complete and the user would not need to recall the cookies values.a working version with the above problem can be found here http://urban-love.co.uk/uploads/userupload.phpim sure its only a few lines of script you can see I have implemented one in the page already see view source but it takes no effect in this form for some reason?
I have a page where I need to display 1 of 5 divs, based on the radio button that's selected. The code I'm using is from a previous page that basically did the same thing, only the user had to click on a tab, which would in turn change the style on the div from "display: none" to "". I'm assuming I can basically use the same code, but I'm not sure how to do this with radio buttons. The page I'm working with is at [URL].
Here is the code: Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "[URL]"> <html xmlns="[URL]"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /> <title>Untitled Document</title> <style type="text/css"> .....
Basically I have a form with several questions followed by Yes/No radio buttons. Dependent on which answer is given, I want to display a different message above the text box.
For example, if you answered 'no' to a certain question then the message above the text box would change to say "Please fill in additional information" or something along those lines.
i would like to have 2 radio buttons each with a associated div when the page loads the first radio button will be checked and its corresponding div will be show when the user checks the other radio button its corresponding div is shown and the first div is hidden:
I have a webpage which has two radio buttons. There is a label also in the web page. I want the label string to be based on the radio button status. I am able to change when somebody press the radio button using "onclick" function, but now when the page is reloaded.
Here is my code
I want the highlighted label value to be changed based on the radio button value at the start up itself( ie if the page get reloaded if some error has happend at filling the form)
I have some code that has a comments box and 2 radio buttons that ask if you want to be contacted about your comments. If you select "Yes", you get another set of radio buttons that ask you to choose a method of contact. When you choose a method, that selected methods value is parsed to the top of the textarea field, placing the comment below. I pretty much have it working, however, if I enter a comment in the "Comments" field, select "Yes", then select "email" and change to "Phone Morning", it concatnates the values in the textarea box instead of replacing the contact method value while still retaining the comment entered below.Also, if at all possible, I wanted to clear only the contact method value out of the textarea field and leave only the comment when you go back and click the "No" radio button.
Firstly this isnt a double post, I stupidly posted in the Java forum not the java script forum. Im trying to create a dynamic table based on the selections of multiple lists as per here Screen Shot
A user would select thier choices from the various lists and then add them to a table - this is where my question comes in. How do I achieve creating a table which will grow depending on how many additions a user adds?
Hope I make sense, Im trying to get my head around this.
I have 3 radio buttons with the same name ("myradio"). The value of each is a different URL (eg. value="http:[url]...)I have a link underneath these (<a href="#">Send</a>). I would like the selected radio button's value to be inserted into the href of the link, and if the user selects a different radio button that this changes.
I am trying to produce a web form to allow wedding guests to RSVP. The form allows them to enter a name and select from a radio button whether they will be attending or not. If they select the "yes" radio button then a further pair of radio buttons are displayed for their meal preference.
They can then click a submit button or they can click another button to add another line for another guest which operates in exactly the same way. I've almost got this working, but it seems that the checkbox change handler is lost for the current guest when a new guest is added and the checkbox value is reset. I've got a feeling I'm doing something stupid but can't for the life of me figure out what.
Code (source file (renamed to .txt) also attached as I'm not sure the pasted code is too clear):