I am only able to test with Blackberry. I was trying to create a couple of variables with the "var lat =" and var lng =". With this script I get the alert window and when I click ok it writes "Your device supports ...".
I am in the process of making a single page website for a local radio group of roughly 20-30 members which may increase over time. They want to be able to show when they are online. The idea I had was basically to put a login field near the top of the website where they would input a "call name" and their real name, so 2 different fields. After clicking the submit button I want to populate a listable(doesn't really matter which) to show that they are "online", and once the session has ended(closed the webpage) have it remove them from the list.There doesn't need to be any security, no cached information, no cookies, and as simple as possible. How might I go about doing this?
I work for a very large company that has zero communications between IT and the employees...so there is very little possibility of having any code changed.I need to use a web based system that submits orders for my department. The problem is i must order by "task number". I could have 20-30 task numbers so to complete the order I need to go to my company's page and fill out 15 form fields and submit for each task code. It is a terrible pain. 14 of the 15 fields are the same for each order... only the task code changes.
The xml is valid and I can autocomplete on the names and it fills out the form on the screen with the names of the contact. What I need to do is add the value"" of the input so that it will go into my mysql table when I submit the form.
I have a form where a user may select a box from above which will query the database and autofill in the fields. This works properly for all of my input text fields but I have a select box where a user selects their state that I am unable to get to properly populate.
The select box is populated on page load in the following format....
Is there some example js that shows how to populate a text field on a form, based upon what option is chosen in a select form field? The options can be hardcoded and it would be great to also have a default if js is off on the client side.code...
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'm using Google Maps to calculate distance between cities. I need to use that distance value for some basic calculations. Distance has to be in "Angloamerican" format (1,234.00) but in metric system. So, Google Maps answer for Madrid - Berlin query will be one of these two:
a) <span jscontent="distance['text']" jsdisplay="distance" jstcache="7">2.320,1 km</span> b) <span jscontent="distance.text" jstcache="23">2.320,1 km</span>
notice the differences in span "classes" (jstcache is 7 or 23) and lack of any "id" or "name" attributes.
What I want to accomplish is:
1) Convert these Google Maps distance values to "Angloamerican" format (2,320 km) or (even better) format without thousands separator which would only use dots as decimal separator (2320.1 km)
2) Use that filtered value to populate a text field called distance
Populate hidden form element value with the value of a text field on form submit (jQuery)
It helped me a bit with the auto-populate part, but I can't make it work in combination with this Google Maps code. Here is my current code:
I've have a function to take the value entered in a form text box, add 50 to it and put the result in another text box.
When I enter 650.5 I get 700.5 exactly how I'd expect. But when I enter -650.5 instead of getting -600.5 I get -650.050 as though it is failing to parse the float due to it being negative. My understanding of parseFloat was that it recognises negative numbers. Is there a nice simple way to get this to work?
I need to pass user input from a form to one database field. I'm relatively new to JS but the idea I had was to have several form elements and use JS to collect the users input and send all the values through a hidden element. What's happening is the variable names are being sent rather than the values. The code below is only passing to the next page. Limitations: I am editing an intranet site built by a 3rd party so a lot of the files we've been given are encrypted. I cannot change the method to post.
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.
Below is my previous code I had working in the manner it would change the price, sub_total, tax, sh, total, and total_paid input fields to 0. There are two problems with this.... When it outputs to the input fields, the value displays as 0 instead of 0.00.2. I need to have it only react when the value typed into the input field "trees_sold" is "0". If any higher, I would like it to ignore the statement.
Below is my previous code I had working in the manner it would change the price, sub_total, tax, sh, total, and total_paid input fields to 0. There are two problems with this...
1. When it outputs to the input fields, the value displays as 0 instead of 0.00. 2. I need to have it only react when the value typed into the input field "trees_sold" is "0". If any higher, I would like it to ignore the statement.
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.