I want to build a web form that will allow users to enter 3 different numbers and get a result. The answer is arrived at by the following. Enter 3 variable A, B, and C. Then A / B = D. Then C / D = the Answer.Is there a way to set that up as a single click script? Everything I have tried has failed hard.:mad:
What I'm looking to do with the following form is when a user inputs a certain length width and depth the output will be set to a certain number of characters. Basically looking to add a zero before an input of a number lower than 10 in two fields (product_number & product_id)
For example if a user inputs:
The output I would like to have would be:
Right now the output looks like this:
The reason for this is so when I sort my products in my shop they will go in the correct numerical order as well as making everything easier to maintain. I only need it to be 2 digits before the decimal point because the max number input will never be over 99...
I have a calculator that check the price for the properties for a choosen date, I use php and mysql to get the result and the result are displayed on the same page refreshing the page using this in the form: action="<?=$_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME']?>#formdestination">
So I decided on my midterm project its going to be a simple gas/trip calculator that calculates the cost of the trip with regards to price of gas an how many miles your going. I am just learning how to use the DOM so please be nice with me lol. Anyway I understand how to grab a field from a form an slap it into a variable but what i cant figure out is how to make the result appear in the result input field. So Here is my code.
<!-- Gas & Distance Calculator Author: Kevin Grissom
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>[code]........
this form look up some holiday destination which appears on this page with url: [URL] Now, I dont want to display result on this page, but on page B, in iframe.I found a way how to redirect output as a link to properly show in iframe on page B.
Page A contains:
In this case page B will properly load requested link in iframe.Problem is it is just a static link... I want to display search result from the form.
I have a date picker with a textbox input for 'from' and 'to' the page loads with default values which display in the textboxes.What I want to do is: when the page loads, these values are sent to my SQL server, the server checks for entries that are within the range, then reports back on the page the results.Subsequent changes to either from or to dates should result in a similar call to the server for validation. no submit button, just change date = changed output.I figure the best way to do this is with AJAX. So I have a date picker, but how do I send the results to a PHP file to do what it will with them? And once the php file is done with them, how do I put the results back on my HTML page?Now for some code:
In <head> <!-------------------------------------> <!-- DATEPICKER CONFIGURATION -->[code]....
So that's all the code that makes my Range Select date picker. My question is very similar to http:[url]....with-ajax-and-jquery-datepicker except that I probably lack even more knowledge than that OP - I need a step-by-step baby solution to how this all works.Where in my code does the $.ajax() function go? How do I handle two dates, not just one? How do I get the output on screen? Finally, in my PHP script, would this at least provide me output?
I have a new and seemingly huge new project to work onWe have a database that our database administrator is willing to run a script on nightly.The result of this action will be a CVS file containing information that is specific to my departments needs.At first, I need to present visitors to my site with a way to pear the data down to a more manageable sizePrior to displaying the CSV file contents, I thought I would display a set of column headers with checkboxes. Using the checkboxes, I'd like to give visitors to my site the ability to decide which columns of data they want to hide or display.
After they've made their selections and pressed an "OK" button, I'd like to display the remaining contents of the CSV file as a table in a seperate windowThe next part is very Excel like..At the top of each column, I'd like to include a series of drop down menus that visitors to my site can use to filter the list further.In my case, I don necessarily know every possible value for any given column. For example, imagine that one column contains city, another state and the third contains zip code. I could assume all 50 states in the union, however the actual data might also include Puerto Rico and the US Virgin islands. Or I might assume every zipcode in the US, however the actual data might include zip codes for Canada, etc... For this reason, I would like to populate the drop down menus dynamically.