var price = document.frames['table3'].document.getElementById('p1').innerHTML;
'table3' and 'p1' are the names used on the site I want the info from.
Simple enought eh? However 'tracing' from code in the HEAD gives me correct values, but from the external .js gives me undefined. The reason I have to put my code away is because of XSL syntax limitations.
I am having an issue reading from a div that is being changed. The div in question was initially empty. A function that was called upon the selection of something in the drop down list creates another drop down list within that div (sets the inner html). Now, I have another function that needs to read from this new drop down list. However, when I use alert(document.getelementbyid('divid').innerhtml) in the function it returns undefined. The drop down list is created successfully and populated by the relevant data. The method of creation was calling another php file that created the list after querying a database.
I have a simple page with two frames, left which houses a menu and a right frame which is used for the site content.
On the left hand menu frame I have a simple login system which requires the user to login, when they login a cookie is created called memberCookie to hold their memberid.
When they are logged in one of the options is to logout, on this page is a link to an external JS file called alert.js, which simply prompts the user if they wish to logout in a function called alert_logout Code:
I have a text file which has values in the format of "text1,text2,text3" etc what I need to do is read this text file using jquery and store the data in a variable in the head of my webpage, so something like:
im writing a .net mvc web app and in this step Id like to send a post back to my controller including date and time values that i have stored inside hidden fields on a form. where im getting confused (I am very new to java script) is how I can now read those values and add them to the URL I'm constructing
I'm writing a script and I've encountered a problem.. I have a txt file with many words, each word in a different line. For example: the file words.txt contains:
word1 word2 word3 word4 word5
I need to load the content of the file into a variable in my script. I prefer that all the words will be in the same variable with line breaks, but if you'll figure out a way to put it in an array, it's ok too. I really don't know how to do it, and I tried to google but didn't understand.. By the way, I don't want to change the txt file to js file, I need it to remain txt..
i want to add a part of the website that will be generated from mysql database from an external file just like php include just that i want these parts to update realtime without refreshing the browser. i also want it to have pagination.
To sum up this issue, I have a parent page, which holds some values in hidden input fields passed to them from the url. On this page, I have an iframe with a form in it, to which I want to pass values from these hidden fields to be displayed for the user in the iframe form. In IE, it works. To accomplish this, im just simply doing a <body onload="GetInput()">. The GetInput function does the following, but for about 10 fields:
Fnamefield=document.getElementById('firstname').value = parent.document.getElementById('firstname').value; Thats it. Once the page loads, i see my values. In firefox it does not work. I know the hidden fields are getting their values, but thats as far as it makes it. I have tried calling the GetInput function after the form is written out and not in the body tag, which still works for IE, but not FF.
I have a web page A that loads another page B using an iframe (or anobject tag), the B page is an external page (it's not on my server)and contains a form.I want to be able to auto fill the form with pre-defined values. Injquery i think it's impossible due to security reasons,I hope I explained the problem correctly, if you need more info just
I'm what you could call a total newcomer to jQuery. I've got a page with a jQuery DatePicker in which I wan't to block out some specific dates that are fetched from an MS-SQL database (I'm using ASP.NET). I've gotten so far as to understand that in order to accomplish this, I should create a .aspx page that returns only the blocked dates as a string. It's done, however, I really don't understand how I am to load the string into the jQuery script.. :P