I'm adding a sub menu to my portfolio page that will allow a user to filter the types of projects they want to see, but I'm not really sure how to approach this. I have a variety of web design and motion graphics projects all on the same page, and I want the user to be able to "uncheck" one category or the other, and when they do, all the divs for the unchecked category will fade out. This is the page: [URL] Does that make sense? What I'm thinking of doing is applying a unique ID to the different categories, then build a little JS that will change the opacity of those specific IDs somehow. I am not a JS ninja though, and I'm thinking there is probably a more efficient way.
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.
Basically I have an text field with an id of s_username As the user types I want to append this to a var so I can display what the user has entered at the side of the screen, I have been using this for select boxes:
I have a form that has multiple text fields but what I'm needing to do is when a dollar amount is added to text field 1 I need to set the opposite amt in text field 2 and then NOT allow the user to make any changes to text field 2 but making it unavailable for change.
what I want to do is have an auto suggest of words as a user types, the code that I have works only once.For example: if you type.. hel, it will suggest hello but once you press space and type hel, again it doesn't suggest hello, I need it to suggest words even after you press space.
My script is used to check some text field before the user upload some text, below you can see the code:
(i guess something is wrong since internet explorer works and chrome/firefox not) I also forgot to mention that the script works just fine when i am testing the webpage on my pc, the problem is when i used the webpage not locally but over the net, is there any setting should i change on my hosting server?
When a string of text is doubleclicked, the text changes into an input field, (dropdown, text, etc), and when the user presses enter or clicks out of the field, whatever they chose/typed in replaces the original string of text.
I have a form that has a bunch of text inputs, and I would like to select all that don't already have a class "errorClass" assigned to them. My JQuery currently is: $('input[type="text"]').addClass("idleField"); But that adds the class "idleField" to ALL text fields, overriding the ones that already had the class "errorClass" assigned to it. What is the proper syntax to add the "idleField" class to all text inputs that don't have the "errorClass" assigned?
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
I have a text box which will receive its value from a pop-up date picker. The user should not be able to edit this field with the keyboard or mouse.
I am using ASP.NET. If I set the readonly property of the textbox to true, it won't let the user change it and it can receive its value from the pop-op calendar, just what I need. Problem is, after a postback, value is lost.