I want a script that "types" my text letter by letter and also deletes the text letter by letter. I want it to look as if someone is typing the text live, and then when the start of the text deletes (letter by letter), it would start from the beginning, erasing the letters in the same pace new letters are being "typed". So this way you would never see the whole text, but only a bit of it at a time. By the time you would get to the end of the text, the beginning wouldn't be there. And I don't want the text in a box!
im trying to implement a login screen similar to Facebook. What i mean by this is i want the username and password fields to have text in them until the user selects the textfield. If the user does not type anything in the textfield the the onblur will automatically change it back, but if the user has typed something in then i want the text to be left alone.At the moment the onblur always changes the value of the textfield. Im not sure how to solve this.(code i am using is below)
I have a script that allows ONLY numbers to be typed into a text field. I have tried to modify this script to allow Decimals (periods) to be typed as well, but haven't succeeded. The code in Red are the changes I added to this script, but it isn't working out.
Second Problem: I need to set a Minimum number users may type in the text field. Normally this would be a simple task, but the minimum number they may type is a decimal (0.10). The default value in the field is .50. I tried replacing the .50 with .09, and I can't get the field to run the script and set its new value to .10 (<- this is the minimum). Here is the code I am working with.
I'm trying to validate the text of an input as it is typed.I have this keyup:[code]The idea is that only let the user type a decimal number; and it does.The only problem is that it let type a dot [decimal separator I need] at the beginning; and I don't want that.I've been a while and searched Google for the Reg Exp, but had no luck.
I've a text box and a database table entry corresponding to the element. Now, I want to show suggestions as users keep on typing in the text box, the matching words from the database, similar to displaying friends as in facebook search.
I want to run a function when text is typed into an input field. So every time 1 character is put in it will process a function. However I do not know how to accomplish this. I tried the onchange attributed but that seems to only work when you unselect the input field.
how this might be accomplished? I'm also comfortable with jQuery if you think that's a better option.
I run a social network based on the PHP Script called Social Engine. And it has the option of inserting of user-designed widgets into different parts of the pages. And I made a couple of jQuery slide-shows for the same. but I noticed something strange happening when I place a jQuery widget on a particular page... 4 links on the text box (tinymce) right below the jQuery plugin disappeared!! And they re-appear if I remove the plugin from the template. I tried with a couple of different slider plugins, but it happens always. Other HTML content boxes and a bulit-in jQuery slider does not create this problem.
Can anyone of you please tell me what it could be in my plugin code that could be creating this issue? Pls have a look at the snaps of the page without and with the jQuery slider placed.
I'm working on creating a custom calculator to determine the amount of money / credits users may earn from referrals. I've tested onChange, and it will work only when I have changed to a new field or clicked off that field. How do I make this calculate live?
So if the current value is 5 and I change it to 6, it will automatically recalculate the new value.
You can see what I'm working on here:
Note: The one I'm testing is the 1st Level field. For now i'm just having it display the date.
My client has a training site that is associated with 4 different domains. If a user navigates away from one of the domains to another site (for instance google or msn) they want to display a message and ask them if they want meant to leave the training site. my understanding of the window.location.href is that it will not capture what is typed into the address bar until the request is submitted to the server but by then they are leaving the site. below is my code on the onbeforeunload event. concept: i want to capture the URL, compare the hostname and if the host name is one of the 4 domains then allow them to proceed if it is not then as them if they want to leave the site. if they click ok allow them to move forward, if the click cancel then reload the page. I know this is considered bad design and i have expressed this but this how they want the site to behave.
I am writing an HTML builder. On thing that I think would be helpful is if the user types in
I have found this script that can get your position in a textarea. I also thought this might be of help:
Code: var textarea = document.getElementById('code'); var tmp = textarea.value; textarea.value = textarea.value.substring(0, textarea.selectionStart) + '"' + tmp + textarea.value.substring(textarea.selectionEnd);
Although I have tried, I have not been able to piece the scripts together.
My workplace has a lot of people doing manual entry. I'm looking to provide some friendly automatic formatting of data as they type it. I have working code (thus far) but I want to ensure I'm doing things in a sane way (there's a surprising amount you can do insanely that still works Here's a function below that transforms a phone number - the worker enters the digits(only), the field reflects (and could also accept) the fully formatted version (e.g. (123) 456-7890 ). I'm building this towards a plugin model (ala masked input with happy
is there a way to determine whether a user clicked on a link vs typed in the url to get to a page? I'm trying to stop users from messing with GET forms (and i have to use them, POST wouldn't make sense in this case).
my page allows the user to enter a number in a text box and a search request is sent to the server (if the user stops typing for 200ms) using AJAX. The following is the desired behavior.
(1)User starts typing a number in the text box. As the user is typing, no search requests are sent to the server.
(2)Once the user stops typing (i.e. no key events for 200 ms), use $.post() to execute a search.What is a good way to detect that the user hasn't typed anything for 200 ms?Is there anything in JQuery that I can use?
I have been working with the jquery ui combobox but when I try to access it, it gives me what I believe to be the closest value in the select control. I'm trying to pull the value of what was selected or entered.
I'm using this in conjunction with asp.net. To eliminate that and just focus on jquery. If I had a combobox and a hidden field, upon leaving the combobox, how would I set the hidden field of the value that was either selected OR typed in.
Originally I had the following code. What it does is for a user to type the folder name of their choice and then after clicking submit a window will pop open and they will be taken to "C:folder" (assuming the user typed "folder" and such a folder existed). Here is the code in case I wasn't clear.
I am trying to create a chrome extension that can pass text from a text box to a webpage text box. Basically my company has an intranet site where you can search for an employee. The url does not display the search terms so i cant just append to it. Since I cant really work on this outside of work (its an intranet site) i have tried replicating it from home using the let me google that for you (www.lmgtfy.com) site.
I have a form with 9 text fields and a text area. What I want to do is replace the text in the text area depending on how many fields contain text. For example my text boxes are named 1 to 9, if the user enters text in the first five boxes I want the text area to auto fill with 'you have selected boxes 1 to 5' if the user selects all nine it will say 'you have selected 1 to 9', therefore, the user must complete the text boxes in order. I have it working with an onchange event but i have a button on the form to also auto fill the text boxes and it does not work if this is clicked
As of right now I have a code that will work in IE but wont work in FireFox...go figure. Basically what I want to have happen is when you type in an area code it will provide an output in a predetermined area of the page.
For Example: Input- 512 Output - Austin, TX
The code that I have doesn't work with firefox and I was just wondering if there was a code that would allow that to happen.
Would u pls let me know whether the following is possible or not: User can be able to insert text on a text-box or text-area(form) as usually we use text-area to do so. But I want to put some readonly text using an open and close tag
for example: <ro>This is readonly text</ro>insert your text here Can I be able to make the text inside <ro>..</ro> tag readonly, it means user can't be able to modify or delete this readonly text. readonly text length not fixed. only way to recognize the readonly text is the <ro> tag.
I have a text field (field1) already displayed on the HTML page. However, there's a link where you can add additional text fields to the page as well. When the link is clicked, the second text field is added successfully (field2), and when the link is clicked again, the third text field (field3) is added successfully. However, the third field does not add itself to the page, and the text for anything greater than a third field also isn't displayed after. This obviously means that my "fields" variable is not working right