Split And FF / IE Inconsistencies - Automatically Fills In Fields Based Of An Employee Name
Mar 24, 2009
I've got a form that automatically fills in fields based of an employee name. What happens is, the admin start to type the Emps name, a autocomplete shows up, and once the select the employees name, the form is filled in with their DB data. Now in FF, this works perfectly, but in IE6 and IE7, it acts differently. When i use the split command in JS, FF interprets 'null' vars but it seems IE does not. So if a field is null, IE will populate that field with the next available data.
I'm using a pretty simple submenu to try to hide the div sections I don't want, isolating the ones I do want to be the only ones visible. My code isn't the most concise when addressing this problem, but it looks like it should still work.
Make sure you use Firefox (because I'm still very early in development and I dislike IE) and use this link [URL]... to see for yourself: Observe that there are two videos and one graphic. Hover over "my work" and click graphic. Fine, right? Now click video.
The div sections are identical in naming conventions. Is it that the JS can't act fast enough? I thought I remedied that by calling isolateDiv() after I had hid all the unwanteds.
This is just a small portion of my code. The sections separate fine when you first click the video link.The problem is that after you select one section, and then decide to select another one, only the first post with that div id shows up. Try the link at the top and hover on the "my work" section to try.
I wanted to do a search addressbook and display the results without refreshing the page. I am told that it can be made using jQuery. I have a fairly good understanding of php and my data is stored in mysql. Its woking should me some what: User enters an employee id. As he leaves the textbox, details of the employee are to be filled in the relevant text boxes.
how to create a jQuery ajax request and how to receive and display the data into different form fields>
I have a form that has 9 pairs of fields on it. I'd like to change this so that there are only two blank pairs of fields displayed. As the user fills out a pair of fields, it adds another pair of blank fields. This way, the user can fill out as many as their heart desires, but those who don't have that much information to provide, aren't confronted with an unnecessarily huge form of blank fields.
There are many ways for setting focus on form fields. I'm actually looking for some code that automatically detects if there is any form on the page & then automatically sets the focus to the first field of the form.
Day 1, Title 1, Description 1 Day 2, Title 2, Description 2 Day 3, Title 3, Description 3 Day 4, Title 4, Description 4
I would like to add a checkbox (entitled "Same as Previous Day") that allows the user to duplicate the previous entry, populate the fields so the database is properly filled, and make the fields it just populated uneditable. So for the example, if day 2 and 3 were the same as day 1, I could select a box for each day 2 and day 3 and their titles and descriptions would be filled with the information from Day 1.
I have a form with 10 input text fields. In those fields the user has to put some values by typing them, but the user has those values in a excel file. Is any possibility to implement a copy/paste in order to help user complete all those fields automatically? What other choices do I have?
I built a custom form, and I want to email it to me when someone fills it out. However, with the code im using it wants the person who is filling out the form to use Microsoft Outlook to email it. However, the people that I need to submit this form dont all have Outlook and I was wondering if there was a way to set it so it used a different email system rather than Outlook?
1)i need to create a form with few fields like phoneno,website,address etc and one text area. 2) i copy n paste the details in the textarea n when i click d button. it should automatically populate things into the respective fields.
here s my logic wt i taught of:
1)read the first line in the textbox and load it into contact person field. 2)find the @ symbol and put it into the respective field and if there are more than 1 mail id load it into the same feild using commas. 3)if the phone no is 10 digits then load it into the mobile field else load the rest it into phone field. 4)find for words like road,street,block,stage,floor etc,if present then load it into the address field till the last comma is encountered. 5)the last digits in the address should be loaded into the pincode field. 6)the last word present in the address after the last comma and before the hyphen should be loaded into the city field. 7)find for www or http and load it into the website field,if not found leave it blank.
I've been reading about jquery and ajax and I'm not exactly 100% sure as to how to implement it. Essentially I have the following: A textbox A select box Another select box
I am trying to show a field based on another field's value and hide it it initially... like when you want students to select their schools if they have gone for education ortherwise the school field remains inactive...I have the folowing scipt but it is not being fired on page load...
I have an HTML form which contains two date fields to accept airport taxi bookings, sometimes clients book one way, sometimes they book return journeys, some cases even involve 3 or more journeys.
Now there is a field for the date of each journey all contained within one HTML form:
date0, date1, date2 etc... depending on how many legs there are to their journey.
What I'd like to do is set an initial value for all date fields based on the value the user enters into the first.
So if the user enters: 24/04/2009 into [date0] field then [date1] should be automatically set to be 7 days later and [date2] 7 days after [date1] etc.
The user must be able to overwrite the initial values, without affecting the previous dates.
Code: <form name="form1" method="get" action="booking-function.asp"> <%'ASP Loop Condition for number of date fields to display%> <input name="date<%=(x-1)%>" type="text" maxlength="10" /> <%'End ASP loop%>
I have a registration form that I am working on in which I need to assign a price to each option in a selection box then write that price in the document.Then I have a radio button that will add (different amounts based on selection) to that price before it is written. Then I have another radio button that just needs to write a price based on its selection. Both of these values will be written and then totaled. (See below for a less confusing explanation)
On HTML form: >drop down list (name courseName, value of selections 1,2,3,4) > radio button (name returnStudent, value of selections 1,2)
I need to be able to change the fields of a form based on a drop-down list. Like if someone picks option A field 1 shows and if they change it to option B field 1 and 2 show up without reloading the page.
If you need me to explain more I will try to do a better job. If I could be pointed in the general direction that would be great, I dont exactly need to be spoon-fed, although I do like spoons if you catch my drift .
I was wondering if there is a way to have a page with a starting price of $299 (lets say a basic vacuum) then below that are 20 or so customizable add-ons to choose from through simple checkboxes. That (to me) should be easy enough, but I would love to have the grand total at the bottom of the page be updated in real time as the user checks or unchecks certain add-ons (kind like how apple.com does it).
What is a good starting point for this, and would it be possible to send out the order as an email with the total price sent to the business owner.
What is a good starting point for this, and would it be possible to send out the order as an email with the total price sent to the business owner. Like I said, I can sorta get my way around this stuff
Currently, I have a php form with various inputs, and a div where I am embedding an (initially) empty open flash chart object.Right now, I am calling a php file on the submit of the form, which takes the form data, calls a python script to process the form data, and then creates an open flash chart object using the data the python script returns.There are a few problems with this:
1. When the submit on the form is called, it goes to a different page where the chart is displayed, when I would really just like to update the contents of the chart div where I initially embedded the empty chart.
2. The processing of the form in the python code can take some time, so what I would really like is to have the chart "check" the output of the python script periodically and update the chart each time, adding the new data points to the old ones.
I'm trying to get the two followup questions underneath the checkbox to show up only if someone places a check there, but for some reason the way I've got it set up now it's simply hiding the area I want to show up altogether, and the checkbox has no effect on it.
Rather than waste tons of space pasting it here, here's the pastebin: [url]
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I'd prefer to have the form collapse when the additional questions are hidden, though if i can get this working at all.