1 quantity = $6
2 quantity = $8
3 quantity = $9...and so on...8 quantity above = F.O.C
and for east showing different price like:
1 quantity = $9
2 quantity = $13
3 quantity = $15...and so on...8 quantity above = F.O.C
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">[code].....
I am trying to copy the billing information to be the same as the shipping information when they select the checkbox. Everything seems to work except for the State field which is a drop down. Depending on what country they select, the state field will automatically populate. how I can copy the billing state to be the same as shipping as well?
What I want to do it multiple the quantity ordered by the kind of shipping selected in my <select> list.
I'm pretty sure that what I've got to do is establishe a quantity ordered variable like this var qty = form["Q" + i].value And then multiply that qty variable by the ShippingCost. But no mater where I stick this var statement it always either stops the script cold or comes up as a black or undefined value.
Price: <input type="text" name="total" value="$0.00" /> (would show this without touching the drop down) Price: <input type="text" name="total" value="$15.00" /> (would show this if selecting s-l) Price: <input type="text" name="total" value="$17.00" /> (would show this if selecting xl-xxl)
Price: <input type="text" name="total" value="$0.00" /> (would show this without touching the drop down) Price: <input type="text" name="total" value="$19.00" /> (would show this if selecting s-l) Price: <input type="text" name="total" value="$21.00" /> (would show this if selecting xl-xxl)
I'm trying to make a calculator app; with a few differences. I have a text field with a numberpad below it, I got the numbers to show up in the text field, but am unsure as to how when I hit the enter button - it would store them in a variable?...I am also wondering as to how it would store current value and then allow me to input another value(maybe on the next page) and either subtract or add to it(the first value that is stored).I am also wondering how to get a decimal point in place(need it for currency).
I am trying to create a price calculator that automatically calculates the price of custom made picture frame. I got an equation that finds the square area of the frame by multiplying the perimeter (2*length*width) by the thickness (which the user can choose from 1.5", 2" or 3"). Then it multiplies it by a decimal number (0.27 if the frame is 1.5" thick, 0.23 if its 2" thick, and 0.18 if its 3" thick). Then it adds a $5 custom made fee to the final answer. But when I save it to an html file and load it in Internet Explorer, it doesn't calculate. Code:
I'm having some problems with a calculator that I'm working on and am stumped on a particular situation regarding adding additional script and how it should be written. I've searched the forum and the web and just cant locate a viable solution. Code:
I am trying to make a calculator that calculates the amount of words inputted (words) and multiplying it with a variable decided by an If/Then statement. The way I want it to work is that if there is 1-10,000 inputted it multiplies whatever that amount is by .29, and if there is 10,000-20,000 by .26, and anything more than 20,000 by .24. This is what I have come up with so far:
I am trying to implement a time calculator onto my website with preset times to tell how long it would take to make troops. Say you want to make 100 Catapults and each Catapult takes one minute and ten seconds to make, I would like to be able to show the time in days /hours / minutes preferably in the format of 0:00:00. I would like it so someone can type in the amount of troops they want. There are Infantry that take 0:00:22, Cavalry that take 0:00:52, Archers that take 0:00:35 and Catapults that take 0:01:10.
Show a checkbox list with names of the coins. The user picks the coins he/she has and presses submit. Then prompt boxes show up asking how many toonies you have (if the user selected toonies) and it does that for each one that has been checked marked.I've tried this
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html> <head>
I have a text field with a numberpad below it, I got the numbers to show up in the text field, but am unsure as to how when I hit the enter button - it would store them in a variable?...I am also wondering as to how it would store current value and then allow me to input another value(maybe on the next page) and either subtract or add to it(the first value that is stored).I need the calculator to be like a numberpad/money calculator, so when the user will enter a specific amount(stored in variable), (there will be two decimal places for currency(not sure how to get this working)i want the "point" to be there when they enter in numbers).then they add in another amount, how would i subtract/add this to the first stored value?
Where could I find a mortgage calculator script I could place on my website? I found a really cool one at www.dave.imarc.net/php free to use but I have a hard time understanding how to install it. I really don't even know what php is.
Could someone maybe guide me out of this programming lingo darkness?
I have three columns on my site. The left column has a couple of short forms that use the "CFFORM" tag. It seems that when i have the CFFORM tag in the page for whatever the reason the form can't do that math anymore. When I remove the CFFORM from the page it works fine.
What is the work around for this and why is there even a conflict between the two? I am closing all of my tags form tags.
I also use ColdFusion includes in the page, are they going to cause problems with the script too?