I have countries listbox, for instance if i choose singapore listbox it should display the corresponding states listbox of singapore, if i chose anyother country it should display a label saying "ENTER STATE" followed by a blank textbox.
I have an ASP.net page where I load a record set server side and upload it into a listbox. I'm trying to do all the movement functionalities of the listbox items client side. Specifically, I'm trying to figure out how to copy selected listbox items from one listbox to another -- on button click. I've searched for a while, but every example that I found moves the actual item into another listbox, I just want to copy the selected item to another listbox.
When the.slide-button-one(top 'Profile', 'Clients' or 'Contact' links) is clicked,#main-content-portfolio (white-background div) slides down and the display is set to none. This reveals#main-content-info (grey-background div).
Currently however, the display value of #main-content-portfolio is set to none BEFORE the slide. How can I switch this order of events?
my list box in the html page contains list box with values. these values inturn have subvalues and I have to allign the child values to right so that i can know the parent of the values. how can I do that. list values should look something like this... Code:
Am using Dreamweaver to select document.drop_list.SubCat but my Dreamweaver doesnt reorganize the ".drop_list". After i type document. it gives me a list of things but ".drop_list" is not included in that.
I have a fully working listbox that I'm having troubles with. The idea is to select from the first box and add to the second box. I've done this a variety of ways and wanted to use DOM as it solves some speed issues with the other solutions if the elements in the boxes are in the thousands.
The problem I'm having may be in IE6, note how using the code below that you can move items over to the right hand side using "Add >" and it sorts it the result like a good script. But when you start to move things the other way using "< Rem" the first box is fine, but the 2nd box never bothers to remove the results! From there on, the moving is pretty much broken. I suspect this is an IE bug since if I ALT+TAB and hide the browser then go back the results are as they should be, however, perhaps I'm just doing something dumb in my code? Code: