Does anyone know of a place to get a code that looks at what is typed in a textbox and displays a green checkmark or a red x next to the textbox if the value entered is invalid. Eg. if no @ is entered in the email field, a red x would be shown next to the email field. Eg. if a zip code contains letters, a red x would be shown next to the zip code field. Eg. if the email field contains a @ and a period, a green check would be shown next to the email field. Etc. The green check or red x would have to be shown either as the user is typing or after they go to the next field (Blur).
Below is the script and form fields I am working with. What I want to do is sum the two textbox fields and have the result show in the total textbox. The code works fine and the total textbox is updated with the value of form1.basic. The problem occurs when I add the "+ parseInt(document.form2.supporter.value)" code in the script section.
I am making a form using HTML and java where you enter a number and it uses an equation then spits out another number. My problem is I want to split the number you put into the form and add it up. Example You enter"457829"Press "convert"And the first step I want it to do is"4+5+7+8+2+9=sumA"Then"sumA/8"So far I can only do the sumA/8 if I manually add up the numbers then place the sum in the form, here's the code:
I have a function below where every time a question is submitted, it will add a new row in the table with a textbox which allows numbers entry only. My question is that I don't know how to code these features in this function:
I want the text box to be between 0 and 100, so if text box contains a number which is above 100, it will automatically change the number to the maximum number which is 100.
I have an ASP page that displays, along with other data, a list of items that refer to a specific element in a database. Instead of adding an Add button, I would like to display a text box below the last item in the list to have the user input any new data. Once they enter the data and hit Enter, the data they enter should then be added to the list and another text box added beneath this item (just as forms and tables in Access do). However, I'm not sure how to implement this functionality.
I am doing a lottery project in which i have 10 textbox and i want to add contents of each textbox and show result in another textbox say 11th textbox.
I am having the fallowing codes below on jsp page.
I want to add contents of textbox from(n50,n51.....n59) and show result in another textbox named (n60)
My question is that the valus stored in textbox is numeric and when i enter the value in any two of the textbox say named (n50 and n51) then the addition of its value must be seen in the result textbox say (n60) here. it does not wait for another textbox value which is left blank. the result of addition should be displayed simelteneously as i enter the value in text box.
This is calculator program that I have gotten stuck on. Here is where I think I am at:
The program is now taking the 1st number entered displaying it and storing it in the variable "memory".
Operation (+,-,*,/) is added to the memory in function action1() but then when the second number is entered it replaces memory with the second number. How can I get the variable memory to the whole string of 1st number,action, 2nd number?
Also once I do get that working correctly:
Wouldn't eval(document.calculator.display.value= memory) in my HTML for the "=" give me the calculation. (if I could figure out how to have memory store the 1st number and action1 and 2nd number all together) Or would eval(document.calculator.display.value) do it for me.
I need to write a program that asks for 3 different numbers (prompt boxes) and determine which number entered was the highest and the 2nd highest. I know what to do for the input and output but I don't know what to do during the processing.
However the text called into that textbox is called dynamically from a database and the amount of words called into that box is ONLY shown when the user clicks on the textbox using onkeyup or I can create it when I use onClick.
is there anyway you can say on page load or something similar rather than having to click a box using onkeyup or onClick?
Awhile back I posted a script that was working fine in IE but not in Firefox. This is again my dillema with another piece of code.It is supposed to limit the number of characters accepted by a textbox.Here's the JS:
I need to restrict a range of values to a textbox. I have already the minimum and maximum value allowed in the textbox, but is missing me intermediate values.
An example: From the minimum value -2,00 to maximum value 0,00 it accepts: -2,00 | -1,75 | -1,50 | -1,25 | -1,00 | -0,75 | -0,5 | -0,25 | 0,00 From the minimum value 0,00 to maximum value 1,00 it accepts: 0,00 | 0,25 | 0,50 | 0,75 | 1,00
After retrieving a record from the database and displaying one of its text field in an input-type textbox, I click on a word and it'll store or show the current position of cursor in a variable. I have no success with IE's caretPos.