I have four html form check boxes.The user is allow to choose one or three of the check boxes, the last check box has a value of None.
Example: What's your favorite color.1. Red 2.Blue 3. Green 4. Gray. 5. None.The user can select more then one color.So I'm wondering how can I make the other check boxes deselect when the user click None.So if the user select None, then the other boxes cannot be checked. know you can do this with radio buttons but I would like the user to select more then one option.
[code]I have created an array of cars so if personA has more cars, they can click add and select another one. If they have 1 car and just enter name and 1 car, the form works but when I click Add row and select another car, it doesnt work?
I need to check that a user's birthday has been filled out completely, using drop down menus. I can validate each of the menus individually (see code below), but what i really want to do is make one check that all three are selected so that I don't have 3 extra error labels.
I have two prompt dialogue boxes that ask the user the enter their name and their employee number.I am experiencing two errors. The first is, if a user enters their name incorrectly, using numbers for example, there is an error message that asks the user to re-enter their name using a string. If the user ignores the error message and enters a number a second time, the program accepts the entry, which it shouldn't.
The second error has to do with the employee number prompt. The prompt asks the user to enter an employee number that is equal to 6 digits, the program however accepts any number, less than or greater than 6 digits, which it shouldn't.I don't want the user to get away with entering anything incorrectly.
I have this script that is supposed to check if a number the user guesses is the same as the randomly generated number.Problem is that the random number generated at the start of the program keeps on changing everytime I click on the "Check if I'm right" button, the random number gets generated again and I never ever get to reach the correct answer
HTML CODE <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head>
I have a form with some checkboxes and I would like to submit it(through jquery) only if at least 1 checkbox is checked, otherwise Iwant to display an alert message.How can I get the number of checked boxes?I tried $("INPUT[type='checkbox']").is(':checked')but lookslike it doesn't work.Any ideas about how I can achieve so?
If I click Box 1, it should also check box 2.. If I uncheck box 1 it should also uncheck box 2...I have to do it by id instead of name and cannot seem to get it to work.. These are input flags with type=checkbox....
I have to input an undefined number of rows of data. Existing data is read from a database. There is an Add button after the last row.
I can see how to add the next row: there is a hidden blank row with visibility set to 'none', which is turned to 'block' by clicking the Add button.
How can I continue to add rows? Do I need to have a large number of invisible rows and turn each one on as required? (I don't want to have to submit the form for each row, which would be another solution).