I'm just starting up in web design and I have an interesting challenge that I'm hoping can be solved w/java script. I have a site with an application form. When the form is to be submitted, the form data needs to be emailed to the correct person to handle that particular application. However, that can't be determined by anything specific in the form. It can only be determined by the link that they clicked on to get to the form. I really don't want to have 22 identical forms with just a different EmailTo addie, which is what the previous site developer did. Someone please tell me this can be done w/java script? If not w/java script
I have a frameset and one of the frames contains a page that is created on the fly, an actual word document. I want to have a button in one of the other frames that emails this created page as an email attachment using the email client (outlook or whatever). I created a function as follows:
Which is then called from a button, but it doesnt work! QandA is the name of the frame that contains the document I want to email as the attachment.
And the html code that is supposed to pop up the box is:
So I am trying to make a form that will eventually take the user to a specified link. It is a form that uses drop down menus. I based this off of someone elses code (with permission :)), but it shows everything <= user input. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make it only show only one of the next options.here is the JS code:
I'd like to create a quick and dirty validation method for a form. It's not meant to be very secure.
The way I picture it working is this - there is an input field that asks for a password. If the user types in the password correctly, the "submit" div tag will change from "none" to "block". , which will display the submit button. I just am not familiar with JS enough to know if that's possible.
I am looking to add an email validation to my new user registration form. Currently, we do not validate (or activate) a new user via an activation link in the email. We don't have that process. I'd like to get my hands on the code to randonly create a security code and the actual code to sent the validation email. Can anyone help me out here? I'm absolutely new to PHP or ASP coding. I do know some HTML.
So I have a new window document write which outputs all my data after validation into a new window, I have tried to write a button which will (when clicked) send that information to an email address. here is my code so far. i spent about 2 hours checking and playing around looking for errors couldnt find any. I think the problem is the function EmailForm and function subwrite. Is a button written into a new window a common thing to do? or is there another simpler way, however i want the user to be able to check to see if there data is valid and then click to send the email.
I am writing a script that allows the user to send a simple email to our admin officer. the problem is that the email gets sent but when you read it you would see a bunch of those " " incorporated inside the email. How do I get rid of these tags and convert them into breaks? I tried replace " " with "<br/>" and it still doesnt do anything?
I am building a web application using PHP. It lists each salesperson and below it, the clients assigned to them. There are only about 5 or 6 salespeople. There could be any number of clients for a salesperson. Each salesperson is given their own div and client information (name, email, phone) is grouped with an unordered list:
I have a URL that I intend to load into startup via a shortcut. I need to have input of email address and password for it not to become a pest at every startup.
When that is input manually I get a HTML which contains my DNS. Incidentally that would be nice to have that displayed on the screen.
Both email and password come as <td><img SRC="/homeparts/login_email.gif" WIDTH="67" HEIGHT="11" BORDER="0" ALT="Email"></td>
The following line is the one that accepts the input as <td><input TYPE="text" NAME="username" VALUE="" CLASS="login_box" SIZE="25">
My login to the site is being processed using ajax, which does a redirect to the members page upon succesfull loggin in.The login feature however can in fact take a while because we need to initialise quite some data when a user logs in (his details, but also his privileges are loaded, his personal menu based on these privileges are being loaded, we are loading shopping cart info, we are initialising personalisation settings, and a whole lot more.It sounds like a big thing, but it isn't, and once logged in, the application is going great. the only thing is that the login proceure can take 3 - 4 seconds, and I would like to be able to show the client the progress of the serverside script:
"Searching your account..." "Validating your privileges" "Initialising your personal menu" blablabla...
To do this, I might just call an ajax call that starts the login procedure, and then issue another ajax call every 1 second or so to update the status based on some session variables I set in the login procedure and that I can serve to the client when th next ajax calls come in, but I would love for this to work a little nicer as in just needing to initialise ONE ajax call which can send back statusupdates from the server...
My question is if there is a way to add a input field on my website where people will type their email and then press "GO" or "submit" and they will be directed to another website and their email they enterd will automatically be displayd on that websites email submission. and if its possible that it would press the submit button on that page as well directly. cant find any tutorial on this on html or java,
I am trying to create a script for checking that checks that the email address entered into two input boxes is the same when a submit button is clicked, I have these two input boxes <input type="text" name="user_email" id="user_email" /> <input type="text" name="user_email2" id="user_email2" />
And this code for the button <input type="submit" name="submit" id="submit" onSubmit="checkEmail" /> However this code is not working.
I should imagine others here have experienced it. The user completes your form, and they unintentionally input their email address incorrectly. Then when you reply to their form, you then get the mailer daemon returning your email! Now, there's a couple of ways that some websites try to solve this problem - some ask the user to input their email address twice, some show the forms results on the next page, so that the user has a last chance to check, before completing the submission. Are there any other ways of trying to ensure that, as much as possible, that the user inputs the correct email address?