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When radio button "Owner_Regular_driver_the_same" = "yes" (select by default) then "Regular_driver_name" and "Regular_driver_ID_nr" must be disabled as per code in the script but after the page have been load the "Regular_driver_name" and "Regular_driver_ID_nr" is not disabled.
When click on "yes" radio button "Owner_Regular_driver_the_same" which is selected by default then the "Regular_driver_name" and "Regular_driver_ID_nr" fields are diabled.
My issue is that I have everything working except the form! I'm not sure how to make it so that upon clicking the submit button the feedback is presented in the "feedback" frame. This was suggested to me but isn't working, maybe I have a mistake somewhere? Or is there another way I can do this?
I have some code that runs when a radio button is clicked (and thereby selected) but the problem I am having is that when I refresh the page, the radio button is still selected, but the associated code does not run. How can I check to see if a radio button is selected in this situation so that I can apply the appropriate code?
I am making a quiz (for fun) and i want to find out how to check if a specific radio button is checked? what is the easiest way to check this? If i use a loop, how will i add an integer without it adding the integer during the loop?
So I have a dropdown box and when a certain option is pressed will show other fields... if not they stay hidden. However, I also need it to check a radio button that should remain showing.
How would I modify that so I can also have ()Option 1 (*)Option 2 (already checked) change to (*)Option 1 ()Option 2
We have certain default chores we would like to occur as part of the onload handling for all of these pages.
Rather than modify every page to say
is there some neat way to perhaps tap into the page-loading process so that the above attachEvent call gets performed implicitly ?
Here is the HTML: [URL] I'm trying to uncheck the selected radio button, then set the value to 1 (Yes), basically overwriting theinitialvalue to 1. I've looked at prop(), val(), and attr(), and just don't know where to start. Should I select $('#set_q157 input') or$('#set_q157 input:radio'), or each individual radio?
Do I need to each them, and check if its checked, then change its value, or is there a way to select all three inputs as just one radial button? It would also need to work if the input has not yet been checked.
Running into a stupid issue and I am sure it is just something I am missing. I have a hidden field in my page with the default value of HELLO. I am trying to make a change based on the default value, but I obviously am doing something wrong because it won't display my hidden field value. [code]...
The problem is that it works perfectly fine in Mozilla ,Firefox but Not Internet Explorer. The check boxes next to the Nodenames are not checked and the search does not display the results in a table. however it works perfectly fine in Mozilla browser. In IE it shows an error with 'a object required' for checked boxes . As i think, It s coming from the save search option function, i am not sure if i have to create another object for calling the .checked operation in the search table Code:
Im trying to configuere a form that a.a radio buttons that allow the user to choose between quarters, nickels, dimes and pennies and show image when click on my radio button.how to get the image to display whenthey click on the radio button?
I have a set of radio buttons each with an onclick event that has a numeric value. When the button is clicked an input box called "Total" is updated with the new value. The problem I'm having is that if a radio button is checked and one clicks on it again then the onclick event is triggered.
Is there any way to prevent the onclick event from triggering if the radio button is already checked?
I have 3 radio buttons with the same name ("myradio"). The value of each is a different URL (eg. value="http:[url]...)I have a link underneath these (<a href="#">Send</a>). I would like the selected radio button's value to be inserted into the href of the link, and if the user selects a different radio button that this changes.
I have a form with 4 radio buttons, the scenario is, when a user click on a radio button a hidden content will be displayed and the other three radio buttons will be disabled so that at one time a user can only click and view single radio button and the hidden content.Here is my code to show hide the hidden content but i need when the user select one radio button the other radio buttons should disable.
I have a little jQuery script (that someone helped me with on stackoverflow) that makes each row of an HTML table clickable which toggles a corresponding checkbox 9and changed row bg color to orange). Its all here..[URL]... A little bug that i caught was that if you check an element and then refresh the page, the value is still checked but the row is no longer orange.
So what I am trying to do is create an onLoad which checks if each row's checkbox is checked and if so, toggle that row's selected class.