I am not new to jQuery but I just want to ask the best way to approach this. Basically I have a textfield in which the user is going to type in a number (for example 20) and after this textfield lose focus jQuery will be triggered to create whatever number of textfields the user put before (in this case 20).
So, to illustrate: How many users do you have: [ 2 ](and after the field above lose focus, the below will be generated)
that a simple question, I hope. I have an input (<input type="text" />) on my page, and I want it to only accept numbers, so if the user types anything that's not a number, it will be removed instantly. A simplified example just to illustrate:
<body> <input type="text" name="numbers" /> <!-- I want this input to accept only numbers --> </body>
And my question is how to make it display error if I have entered letters in the age box or numbers in a name box? Currently I have only if it is different from 1, so what should I write instead of 1 ?
I have searched the internet and couldn't find a problem regarding this issue. The thing I want to do is simply validate a text input so when you enter a number in it, it won't validate and give you an error message. This is the code:
I'm trying to create a 4 x 4 array filled with numbers input by the user. I then need to rotate the grid clockwise like I've shown below.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
13 09 05 01 14 10 06 02 15 11 07 03 16 12 08 04
I made all numbers double digit just for show in the example so the table is easier to read. So far the code I have is just trying to create the array and fill with numbers from the user. This asks for a number once then doesn't display anything at all.
Another quick question. I have the script to add each field up I need, but if the ending 0 after a decimal is present it doesnt show. How do I keep the leading zero and how do I keep just 2 digits after the decimal?
1 + 1.50 = 2.50
Now sometimes when I do math I get:
In this case I just want 2.34. So if there is a ending zero I want to keep it, and if there is more than 2 numbers after the decimal I want to cut the rest off and leave the 2 there.
I have an HTML form, that's part of a child window,and has two random numbers in it. How can i have it so when user inputs the sum in an empty box in the form, and clicks 'submit' the result is displayed in the main window? Also, it needs to check if answer is correct or wrong and show that in the main window at the same time.
I have the following code that I wrote myself (except for the function isNumberKey). However, I don't know how to actually add the numbers together. My plan is to store the value entered in the forms as a variable, then manipulate the variables to get my final number. The final number would be stored in variable named Total and would be displayed after Total: at the bottom of my page.
This is an assignment I have for a course I am taking. The objective is to validate the zipcode of a form to ensure that it only contains numbers. I cannot get this to work. The teacher wants us to use the for loop to do this, otherwise I would use a different function. Code: <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <meta charset="utf-8"> <head> .....
I have a form with a text box where users can enter a 10 digit code. The 10 digit code can be just numbers/letters (eg. 0123456789 or abcdefghij) or it can be a mixture (eg. 0a1b2c3d4e). What I would like is if the user enters a code which is a mixture of numbers and letters then the submit url goes to mixed.php If the user enters a code which just has letters or numbers then the submit url goes to sole.php change the url from selecting radio buttons.
I've have a function to take the value entered in a form text box, add 50 to it and put the result in another text box.
When I enter 650.5 I get 700.5 exactly how I'd expect. But when I enter -650.5 instead of getting -600.5 I get -650.050 as though it is failing to parse the float due to it being negative. My understanding of parseFloat was that it recognises negative numbers. Is there a nice simple way to get this to work?
I need to pass user input from a form to one database field. I'm relatively new to JS but the idea I had was to have several form elements and use JS to collect the users input and send all the values through a hidden element. What's happening is the variable names are being sent rather than the values. The code below is only passing to the next page. Limitations: I am editing an intranet site built by a 3rd party so a lot of the files we've been given are encrypted. I cannot change the method to post.
I have a form that has a reset button, and when it's closed, the form is reset. However, at least in testing on my own machine, I notice that the form fields are remembering past input (on Firefox 4 anyway). Once this goes public, I don't want the form remembering anything in case the website is viewed on a public machine. How can I keep the form fields from remembering any past input?
There are two input fields in a form, but only one of them is required, they are not required at the same time. Either A or B is required. ( A is required OR B is required). In other words, a user can input data to field A, or he can input data to filed B, but he can not input data to Both A and B at the same time. How to implement this constraint in Jquery form validation?