Goal 1: display errors above the form on same page
Goal 2: direct users to a new thankyou page when form is submitted.
The form uses ajax. I am able to get it to work with the error messages displaying correctly but as is, the thankyou message also displays in the same spot and the form is left filled out. I need it to direct to a new page I designed for the purpose.
I want to redirect my page to the EXACT same page the user is viewing. Kinda like window.location.refresh(), but it refreshes the page, means it empties some part of the cache and will reload images. I want it to simply open the page again, exactly like when I click a link refering to the same url. I've tried reload(), but it doesn't reload either.
I want to redirect a page to another page in JSP after a certain validation has been done using AJAX. If the validation is done it should redirect the user to another page but if validation is not done then it should remain on the same page.
I hava a snippet below. This code will redirect my current web page to http://www.xyz.com . . . But I want to specify the number of seconds before it is redirected. May I know how to do this? (As much as possible, meta tags should not be used.)
I have a form in which i have a dropdown list and a submit button. I want to code so that when users select the value from the dropdown list, it should redirect then to the specified page. For instance i have the value, "car", "House" and "pets" in my dropdown listbox, if a use click on "car" it should redirect them to the car page. I have done the following code, but something seems not to work :(
And in the submit button am calling the function move()
My form name is sell and the dropdown list menu is cat.
I'm trying to redirect away from a page using AJAX, and I'm having a tough time figuring out how to do it properly. From what I understand, an AJAX request thinks it's done when a script echoes something, so this is what I have, for the script run behind the scenes and the HTML with AJAX:
PHP: <?php Some code
I think what's happening here is that the Location header in the PHP is overwriting the echo, since I'm calling the Run.php script twice, so the AJAX request never knows it's ready. This also means, I think, that I'm missing something fundamental about how AJAX works, and I'm doing the redirection wrong
If total_pages has a value of 65, and I enter 7, 8 or 9 into the "Side" input field and hit go/return then it'll always redirect to "side" (page) 65 why is that? If I do 1-6 or 10-65 it'll go to thus pages.
I'm guessing, but how you redirect to same spot on the page sounds like a js question. If so, please provide some tips to get started.I've created a long page that allows me to save form inputs as I go along, but it sends me back to the top of the page with each redirect (header('Location:http://localhost/acrobat7c.php')wink.gif. I'd like the redirect to send me back to where I was when I submitted inputs.
I am running on my local pc a local html file. I have this local html file displaying news feeds from various sources. In addition, the local file is pulling images and contect from external domains.
My goal is for the local html file to check to see if the external domains are alive - (perhaps by looking for a small gif). If the external domain is down, the script of code will redirect my local webpage to an existing html webpage that is stored locally. The existing html webpage will bring up default content.
how to automatically redirect to a fullscreen page? i googled it but everything ifound don't work for me.. don't know why. all of those codes just open a popup with half a page width and height. And i need it compelety like when u click F11. no any other detail. and i need it to work on Chrome.
I am looking for a code to redirect visitor if they are visiting my actual page. I iframe part of the page on another page, so I want it to be visible, but if the user visits the page that is being iframed it will redirect them back to the original page where that page is iframed at?
My project is for a scuba diving shop, and they would like to have a touchscreen in their shop. Users can use this touchscreen to browse through the various courses that the scuba diving shop offers. I have the home screen, and the several different pages for each course.
The Problem: Users will sometimes select a course they're interested in, and then leave the screen after using it. Leaving the page on the course and not on the main page for the next user.
I dreamt up a solution for this, however I'm yet to find out how I can go about implementing this.The Solution:Make a timer that appears after 5 mins of being idle and gives the user one more minute to move the mouse (or any activity) before it redirects back to the main screen.
I have a website with a lot of jQuery effects and functions which is not working properly under Internet explorer 8 and below, it works excellent on Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari however, I'm planning to make a light version of the website for Internet explorer, is there a way to verify browser type and version and redirect the user either to the light or normal version of the site according to those parameters?