I have a foreach loop that displays survey testimonials. The user is allowed to pick only 5 testimonials. Is there an easy way to disable the rest of the checkboxes once the selected item is 5? I was trying this in jquery but this is not doing anything.
I am stuck on something that is probably a straight forward issue. Just can't get my head around it.Basically I have a whole bunch of checkboxes and I want to count the number that have the same class (only when selected)Example:
I have two "series" of check boxes in a form. One named:
<input type="checbox" name="check_100" value="1" /> <input type="checbox" name="check_100" value="2" /> ...and so on
and one named
<input type="checbox" name="check_101" value="1" /> <input type="checbox" name="check_101" value="2" /> ...and so on.
I need to ensure that no more than 4 checkboxes from the first (100) series are checked simultaneously. I've managed to find some scripts that come close, but they all count all the checkboxes in the form instead of the specific ones that I'm interested in.
I have a form with a number of checkboxes. The 1st one is "Select All". When this checkbox is ticked I would like to disable all others. When the "Select All" checkbox is unticked, all checkboxes should be enabled.
then there would need to be two checkboxes (preferably at the bottom of the page), one for each .js file. if box 1 is checked then the images selected are drawn only from slide1.js. if box 2 is selected then images are only drawn from slide2.js. if neither are checked then no images are drawn, and if both are checked then images are drawn from both .js files.
I have written the following script which enables/disables checkboxes on my page when a radio button is selected.[code] What I would like to do is create another function called checkval() like below, which will check the value of my radio button (id: email_alerts). If the value is equal to "on" then it will run enableCheckboxes().
I have basic JS knowledge. I am trying to organize a JS timer which counts down to a specific date. After the target date is meet the timer starts to count up. Can someone point me to a JS sample which executes this count-down+target-date+then-count-up theme?
I have the HTML all laid out for what I'm trying to do. I want to have the user be able to select any 10 checkboxes, and keep a tally of how many are selected, and how many are left to go. Should I do this with jQuery?
Code HTML4Strict: Select any 10 cds for $20<br /> You have chosen $selected CD's<br /> You have $remaining CD's left</p>
I know how to do a regular word count where it splits at the " ", but is there a way to split it at " " and " " [space and double space] in the same code so it accounts for people that double space also?
I want to add simple countdown timer for 30 sec 0r 60 sec,the time will display on the page to the users with countdown, if user is not respond with in this time, the page will be automatically redirects to the specified page.
I have the following code and it works fine for displaying the total amount of days + hours + minutes and seconds from a past date but I'm looking to extend the script to display the number of years, months (in 1 to 11 format), days (in less then year format). I need a code that can keep in that months have different number of days and also consider leap years....