I do have the countdown script (see link below) to display the time between current time and the date given in real-time. However, I want to achieve to display the time difference between a given start and end time. Right now, it calculates from the current server time to the end time. I want to be able to set up my own start time and end time.
I need to convert a string containing the time to a real time value so I can insert it in to a time column in my database. tempElapsed = "1:22:33:44:555"
var _tempElapsedHours = tempElapsed.substring(2,4); var _tempElapsedMinutes = tempElapsed.substring(5,7); var _tempElapsedSeconds = tempElapsed.substring(8,10); var _elapsed = Date.parse(new Date(_tempElapsedHours,_tempElapsedMinutes,_tempElapsedSeconds));
The result of elapsed is -1.4243e+012, I was hoping for a time value of 22:33:44
I'm making a survey where every question has a numeric value assigned to it, and as the user clicks on a checkmark button to approve (or uncheck to disapprove) the values add or subtract to give a total at the bottom of the page.
Basically, it's a spreadsheet but with fixed values for each row instead of being able to type them in.
I can do this easily with php, but only if the user clicks the submit button. I was hoping to find a way to do this real-time.
I'm not looking for someone to do this for me, but can someone point me in the right direction of a tutorial or something that is similar so I can build this into my program?
I have a form that is using HTML and PHP to make calculations for an order form. One of the fields is asking for a total number of workstations. I would like this field to be a real-time total of five other fields in this form.
I have been using the jquery countdown plugin made by [url] for a while and while I am pretty familiar with it, I haven't been able to accomplish what I want for one of my projects.
I want to be able to add hours/minutes/seconds to a countdown in real-time by clicking a button.
Let's say I have 2 countdowns. They both get their ending date from a mysql db, e.g: 2010-09-26 00:00:45 and 2010-09-27 14:45:00
When I click a button, I want the countdown Y to increase by the X amount of hr/min/sec, update my ending date in mysql, and update my counter for every visitors to see without having them refresh the page. I have tried messing with ajax, but wasn't able to accomplish anything close. (I got it to update every 1 sec but it would flicker then)
let's say I have a table "Names" with a field "name" --> bob, and tom (2 records)
I want the ajax/php page to pull out all the names. which would be bob and tom. And then if my database got updated at the backend (ex: a new name jack is added). my page showing bob and tom will automatically be updated with jack showing.
I am wanting to write some programs that connect in real time with a server. The problem is I do not have a server and really do not know a whole lot about servers. I do know the basics, it connects with sockets and uses a unique port but I do not know how to build one, So I turn here.
F.e I have div which id is someDiv and input text which id is someInput - and how to do that value of input object will display in DIV in real time? If i type letter "a" in input, it should automatically display in DIV. Which function should I use?
What I'm trying to do is, a jquery script to show in real time the total price. I got this: <li>Users</li> <li> <select name="users" id="users"> <option value='1'>1</option> <option value='2'>2</option> <option value='3'>3</option> <option value='4'>4</option> <option value='5'>5</option> <option value='6'>6</option> <option value='7'>7</option> <option value='8'>8</option> <option value='9'>9</option> <option value='10'>10</option> </select> </li>
How to get a number to update realtime on a site? What I'm looking for is used on the following website: New & Used Cars For Sale - Arnold Clark The number with the top vehicle search update when a user makes any of the selections in the form. I think I know how to get the number to update via php and mysql queries on the db but how can I get the effect where the number rolls to the newly updated total?
I have the checkbox validation. I have it set onClick, this works perfectly with both the mouse click and also if the space bar is used to select the option, which is great. However if a user simply 'tabs' over the option it doesn't validate real time. The solution I came up with was adding a onKeyDown event to trigger the same function.
I have a small app, my first real ajax project, which gives you details for product availability, for each day. The user selects a day (from a calendar) and then a time slot within the day. The app then displays how many slots are available for purchase, on that day, for that time... I wanted to refresh the data, every 5s, to provide slick real time availability info... but alas, when you change day (look at another day and time), the old timer still runs with the old arguments, and so it keeps resetting the 'details' panel to the previous day's details... how do I reset the timer? or delete the old one?
Is this possible? Or is the only way to re-render the entire preview every time the user types in a new term? I would like to only change what the user has edited. If a user edits the middle of the math, then I have no choice and have to re-render everything after what the user has just edited, but when the user is editing the math at the very end, can I not just tag it on to the end and render just that little piece?
I need Name to be always compiled and at least Telephone or Email. Here you can find a sample page: test If I submit without compiling it gives me the warnings. If I compile Name, the relative warning disappears in real time. If I compile, for example, Telephone, the relative warning disappears in real time, but not the Email one. Th Email one disappears only if I press the submit button that will correctly submit the page because there are no more exceptions. Is there any way to make the dependent warnings of Telephone and Email disappear in real time when at least one is compiled?
I want to cache the styles of an element, but saving the ".style" object won't work because any changes to that are also applied to my saved variable. What's the best way to cache the styles of an element? (Needs to work across major browsers)