How do I automatically populate the second dropdown based on the selection made in the first one. Say if I choose a contry in the first dropdown, then I want to display a list of cities from that country in the second dropdown. Is there a way to do this with jQuery?
I'm using one piece of code to select a particular value from the dropdownlist. To select the default value after successful execution...... $( "#titleDDL" ).val( '- SELECT -' ); But the desired output is got in Mozilla Firefox but not in IE7.
I know this issue has already been asked a lot of time on many forums. But, I have searched for several answers and my problem still not resolved. I am making a .Net MVC 2.0 application, here is the visual result : Expected result Below, there is a calendar, showing some details on each day of the month (that's not important). Here is the HTML/ASP code :
I have a dropdownlist inside of a repeater that I want to capture the change event on. The problem is the id of the dropdownlist is different for each of the dropdownlist controls that gets created. Is there a way to account for this using JQuery? I have the code working in .Net, but I want to convert it to JQuery to avoid to PostBack.
Using JSON/JQuery/PHP I would like to be able to accomplish a dynamic dropdownlist. In my situation, I am trying to fetch countries from a mySQL database. Once user has selected a Country, if it is USA or Canada, I populate a Province DropDownList with the correct states / provinces.
The above function seems to work just fine when the user clicks through the form and fires the event like I would expect.
However, if the user is hitting the arrow keys to switch the selected value in the dropdownlist, the event does not fire until the user tabs away from the box, even if they've changed the value multiple times.
Is there a way to force it to fire the event for every change of the value, even if the focus hasn't moved away from the box?
I am working with ASP.NET. I have a TextBox and DropDownList (for customer info input) that I need to tie up, i.e., when the DropDownList item changes (the customer name), the TextBox should reflect the selected value (the customer number). And when a user types something in the TextBox and exits the control, the DropDownList item should be changed to that value, showing the corresponding customer name.
I have this web browser which opens up a website(which is actually a .java page that sets and gets a page) that has a drop down list showing values that the user can select. And when I the firebug to inspect the elements in the page, what shows in the inspection window for the drop down list element is this:
What I'm supposed to do is to get the values and update them automatically to the database. I'm actually using HtmlUnit to do this project, and I've heard how I can use getElementById() to get the values. But I don't know how to start.
I need to disable and enable some drop down list data according to conditions
I have two drop down lists.
Say, First ddlist has A,B,C,D,E,F and second ddlist has 1,2,3,4,5.
When I select C from the first ddlist, then 1,3,5 should be disabled in second ddlist. And again if I select B from the first ddlist, 1,3,5 will b enabled and now 4 will be disabled in the second ddlist.
i have a dropdownlist with some values,ex: One, Two and Three; One being the default value selected on load of dropdown listWhen I select Two or Three, there is onselectedchange event fired and I can write custom code in handler. But I also want to do some custom handling when page is loaded and user justs clicks on default value of "One". I want to take an action when user clicks on default value, "One" of dropdwn.
I have this web browser which opens up a website that has a drop down list showing values that the user can select. And when I the firebug to inspect the elements in the page, what shows in the inspection window is this: [code]What I'm supposed to do is to get the values and update them automatically to the database. I'm actually using HtmlUnit to do this project, and I've heard how I can use getElementById() to get the values. But I don't know how to start.