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.
I'm using thickbox for getting a popup at my screen where the user can write info into inputfields.Only I want that the first inputfield is selected/focus.I have use the following codes but nothing is working.
I'm using JS to dynamically change the CSS attrib's of User Input Fields in a form. It works fine for text input fields but does not seem to work at all for TEXTAREAS. (IE6) Is there a tweak that might overcome this limitation? Code:
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'm developing am income tax calculator, and everything is going swell. Currently the user can type in their adjusted gross income (AGI), hit submit, and learn the amount of income tax they would pay, their tax rate, and their income after tax.
I've played around with the events to get the submit button to work in FF, IE, Chrome and Safari -- and I've gotten the enter button to work before with some stock code, but here's the catch: when the user presses enter, i want the focus to leave the input box. I don't care where it goes (submit button, I suppose?) but i need it to leave the input field so the onfocus="clearText(this);" event can fire when they return to type in a new income.
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.
Is there a way to set the focus on a form field without using focus()? I use ajax to build the form and if I try to set the focus using focus() an error is generate because of the form hasn't been built by ajax. So, it would be nice if I could set the focus() as I built the form.
When I click on a field, I put the object position in a variableEnviro["lastfocus"] = $(event.target);I call the action and a block of HTML arrived on the page, I place this text and then after, i want the focus to return to the field and I do this:
I'm submitting a form when the value of a drop-down menu changes. After that I would like to remove the focus from the field itself. I have tried different things: blur, focus=remove and so on but no one works. How can I remove the focus for a field?
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 would like to clear a search input field on focusout(), without extra button for reset or something similar. I filter list when users type something in search field but when they click outside the form, search filed should be cleared.
I have some accordions within jquery tabs. Within some of the accordions I have input boxes, select boxes etc. I have no issues with the select boxes, but with the input boxes clicking into them does not give focus to them and I cannot type anything in. However, right-clicking a couple of times do then allow text to be types in.
Example section from accordion with input that cannot get focus:
<h3><a href="#">Search by a reference</a></h3> <div> <fieldset> <label for="invoiceRef">Invoice Reference</label> <input type="text"
The function below will automatically move to the next input field in the event that a user hits the enter key. I'm trying to modify it so that it moves to the next input field with a tabindex set. So, in the example below, it'll move to the next input field chronologically, instead of how they're ordered on the page itself:
I've been building up my validation using the jquery validation plugin but I can't work out how to get a failed validation to default the focus to the first invalid input rather than to the last selected input. If there is no input field selected, when I submit then a failed validation will focus the cursor on the first field but if the cursor was left in a field and submitted then the focus stays there (if it's invalid) rather than jump to the first invalid input. From what I've read and seen, this is the expected behaviour but not what I want. Is there a way I can get the first invalid field and set the focus to that?
I've got this hidden div that pops up using jQuery when the login menu item is clicked. <div class="entry-wrapper" id="reg-login" style="display:none;"> <div class="t"></div> <div id="loginFormHolder" class="c"> <div class="close"> <a href="index.php" class="spotlight-close"> </a> </div> <!-- close --> <div class="login"> <div> <!-- blank --> ..... What I'm trying to do is setting the input focus on the user_session_username text input and the code is not working. The div pops up but the focus is never put into the user_session_username edit field.