It shows an input field when the select value is "dropped". The problem I am having is that if I select "dropped" it will display the input field, but if i select a different value AFTER selecting "dropped" the input field is sill displaying. How would I get it to hide the input field if it is NOT selected?
I´m trying to select all input button elements with class="button" in a page in order to change their css class. Looking through some examples I managed to come up with the code below, which works perfectly in Firefox 3.6, but for some reason seem to not work on IE7.
$('input.button[disabled=disabled]').attr('class', 'buttonDes'); how i´t could be achieved?
Given the following input tag which is enclosed within a hidden div tag:<input id="X" class="Y"/> this call (id-based) locates the tag: $(this).find("#X")but this one doesn't (class-based)I couldn't find any documentation indicating find() working differently when using id-based vs class-based selectors.
I have a page I am working and I am having some trouble with: I need to show and hide areas based on a radio selection. I initally started using the show / hide feature in Jquery but the problem is the elements need to be removed but then put back if the user selects the radio buttonagain as it has form elements that have validaion on them. The validation is still trying to validate the form elements becuase they are still on the page but just not showing. This is the radio group the user makes the selection from:
I have a php function that list all of the countries from my database as a select option, then based on what the user selects for their country im using jquery to make an ajax call and get all of the states/regions for that country. This part works fine. I'm running into an issues, as when a user login's in to edit their profile, how would I make the select change based on what is in the databse.
I'm trying to use AJaX to populate the third input in the same row as the second input based upon a separate db query. Here's the code for that:
Here's where it displays on the page<cfoutput>#trim(getITRRSP.[columnName])#</cfoutput> Whenever the focus blurs from those inputs, the third column in that row is populated with "UNKNOWN" as the value. I have confirmed that the getITRRSP.cfm file is properly retrieving and displaying the data from the db query.
I have the following HTML. I wish to select all the second column elements for only rows where the input is checked. For instance, if row 1 and row 3 was checked, I would want to select the td elements which contain row1_column2 and row3_column2.
I've been having problems getting my select option to change the options of another select option. I'm not much of a javacsript coder, so I'm at a lost.When I select the first option nothing appears in the second option.
I am creating a plugin that gives keyboard navigation to tabular table acrossmultipletables.When I have rowsthat run off screen I would like to scroll the window down.. and the reverse is true, when navigating up.Logically I need to get the position of the element that has focus and specify how much to scroll the window.
I am working on a class registration system that requires students to register for a main class (101, 102 or 103). The student is supposed to select one main course as well as provide a second choice in case the first is not available. I have two dropdown select fields to capture data
1) Choice -1: 101 / 102 / 103 ( Student needs to select one - Reading the classID from classes table) 2) Choice -2: 101 / 102 / 103 ( If student selects 101 in Choice-1 then the only classes available under Choice-2 should be 102 or 103).
How can I accomplish the above? Further to this there are two fields on the form where I would like to auto populate based on what they have selected in Choice-1 and Choice-2.
For Example: If a parent selects choice1: 101 the child Choice1 field should autopopulate with 100. If a parent selects Choice2: 201 the child Choice2 field should autopopulate with 200
Hate to trouble you gurus with such a simple question but I'm just beginning w/jquery etc. Anyway i've come up with the following but it doesn't work. $("#table_id td").not(".Source:contains('System')").parent().addClass('edit_allowed');
The first column has class "Source" and I want to add the class name "edit_allowed" if the contents of teh first td is "System".
I was wondering if anyone knew of a way of selecting a DIV based on 2 of itsattributes meeting a certain criteria. Say for example I have a variable called 'time', now if data-in and data-out (below) are 'seconds', how would you show the relevant DIV based on the 'time' variable.Assume all the below are hidden by CSS to start with.
For example if 'time'=15 it would show slide1 because it's between data-in (10) and data-out (20).[code]...
I'm trying to get Jquery's Autocomplete to redirect a user based on their input - according to Jquery, it works like this: An autocomplete plugin can be used to search for a term and redirect to a page associated with a resulting item. The following is one way to achieve the redirect: