Is there anyway I can link a piece of text through a URL, while passing parameters to it, but through POST (so that the clients can't see what params im passing)? I want to do this without using forms, like:
I'm popping a window with media player playing a video inside. Trouble is, even though I've told the window statusbar=no in it's defined size, within mediaplayers code is a param showstatusbar=1 so the popped window thinks it's now supposed to show the status bar when only the mediaplayer is.
I have created an entry form that I display in a modal dialog. I have two buttons on the form: "Add and close", and "Add and allow me to add another". However the only time my modal form will post back to the server is after the form has been closed. I want to do the following: The user opens the form in a modal dialog. The user enters data, and clicks the "Add and allow me to add another" button. The page sends the user input to the server, which adds the input to a database and updates a datagrid on the page. This updated datagrid is visible behind the modal form, so the user can see it happening in the background The form clears all input fields and the user goes again. Any code I write that calls the server (button click events, ajax calls, etc) are ignored, unless the modal form has been closed.
I show a form in the modal pop up which has several drop down lists in it. The problem is that if i select nething from the drop down list then my selected index change event fires and my form gets refresh..how to overcome this problem??
Can we use modal pop up wherein there are multiple post backs?? I also tried adding update panels etc.
I have a div on my page that is populated by a php calendar. The calendar also has month and year input fields so that the user can browse to different months. I would like to create a jquery function so that, when a user changes the month or year field, the div reloads the calendar and passes the selected month and year variable back to the php script. Here is what I have on my page:
How would I disable the 'Do Something Else' button within the JQuery Modal Window based on a boolean value. Say my boolean is IsButtonDisabled, how would I then use this with the buttons section below. IsButtonDisabled would be set to either true or false before the following code executed but the code would be executed several times in a session and each time IsButtonDisabled could be different.
I can't seem to get a variable declared from within a post callback, so that I could manipulate my script accordingly. I have delete.php, that deletes an id from a mysql db. If it fails, I want the script to stop and display the error. The .php script echos an "ok" if everything went fine, if not - it echos the error.var abort_error; // set the error variable
well i have an issue with jquery and razor, but basically i want to solve the jquery problem first hehe.
So my problem is every time i open the modal window, its the same "name", cause in every div y pass a name in an input type="hidden" and i get that parameter from the url. but its always display the same name every time i open it.
I have a member search component that I've built that uses AJAX to update results on search filter change.Each result has a link with it to add that member as a friend, when you click the link it fires a modal window (colorbox) with the member data and add and cancel buttons.
Everything seems to work ok, except you have to click the link twice for the modal to fire. Is there something I can do to prevent having to click this twice to load?
I am creating an admin in ColdFusion and am trying to add a feature where when the user clicks the "edit" button for something, a modal window will pop up which contains a form (loaded from an external file) that when the user submits it, it's an AJAX submit and then the modal window closes and fires off a function that updates the display page. I am using SimpleModal [URL] and I managed to load an external form file into the modal window using $.get but then I can't figure out how to get that form that loads in the modal window to submit via AJAX instead of the default form post that happens. I need to submit their data via AJAX and then if successful, close the window and do the update function on the display. Has anyone already done this?
I have tried to search for the answer to this, but came up empty. I am writing a form checker (and submit) in jQuery, and am testing with Chrome. Once I do my validation, if all is ok, I simply submit the form using...
$("form#courseForm").submit(); and here is my form tag. <form name="courseForm" id="courseForm" action="courseDetail.asp" method="post">
In IE it works fine with either POST or GET methods in the form tag, but in Chrome it will only work with GET.When I try to use POST, the form does submit, but I don't get any data sent to the page at all. The only thing I am doing different than usual, is the form does not have a submit button. I am using a "button" tag and using jQuery to capture the click event. <button type='button' name='courseSubmit' class='blueButton'>Save Changes</button> why the POST isn't sending the data in Chrome? Simple workaround is to change it to a GET and it will always work, but I see that as a bandaid fix, and not really a solution to the problem.
I wanted to know the property difference in a normal window and a modal window.
Situation :- I have a error page to be displayed. I want to display a different button on it if the window is modal. So for this i need a property that will distinguish between a normal window and modal window.
I tried to get the parent window using window.parent but it returns an object which i am not able to print (as to know what is coming).
I am using Modal Window In which you tube video is loaded using Iframe. When I close the modal window. Modal window gets closed but the you tube video is paying continously . (In IE its not working ) in Firefox it is working fine.
I want to have a jquery modal window which displays automatically when a user visits the site (preferably at any page). This modal window would then contain a disclaimer message with an 'OK' button to acknowledge the user has read the disclaimer. When the OK button is pressed, the modal window closes and the user is free to browse the rest of the site - the modal window would not display again on any other page, nor if the user visits the site at another time. Now, in theory, I know I need some code for a jquery window that automatically displays, and then have to set a cookie to ensure that the browser doesn't display it again, but I'm just not sure which is the best method to go about it.