Ok, what I would like is to try and eliminate the popup window. On each of the table headers I would like to have a button that when clicked, adds a row of input cells, say 6 for example . They should be able to have as many rows as they want. I would also like to add a submit button and a remove row button. And that is it.
I have PHP form application used to by Sales reps to Enter information about customers but I want to prevent Sales reps from entering same information because of web form behavior after they want to add new customer ? is their away in using Jquery to clear the form for new entry ??
A while back, I an working on dynamic form creation. I wanted a user to be able to enter into a text field how many designs he or she would like, then, based on that number, be provided with a pair of text boxes that asked 1) name of design 2) quantity of that particular design. I received this cool way of doing it by user thraddash:
var mytable = document.getElementById('tableId'); var mytablebody = mytable.getElementsByTagName("tbody"); var myrow = mytablebody.getElementsByTagName("tr");[code]....
I have a intern page with a form. User should enter their data and send the form. Some data from the user is stored in a database (name,phone). I want to make the form easier and complete the form with data from the database. The user should only enter his personal-number. How can i solve this with jquery? Is there any plugin?
How can I copy an entire row with, let's say 5 columns, by clicking any of the cell from the row, to a form that has 5 input text...each cell from the row i have clicked must be copied to each input text...?
I have a lot of tables and to get it to post some of the data into a form.
So say i have a location and a start date and end date, and when i select a radio and click submit the location and dates get put into the corresponding field in the form.
However i have a lot of tables and a lot of different options but want it to go to only one form. this form can be on a seperate page, but was wondering if its possible to get the form to appear on the same page, underneath the table.
I am trying to build a webpage quotation form that collects the relevant data then outputs the calculated quote details to a table for an assignment. I know how to build the form and the table so they can be filled filled but i am stuck big time trying to work out best way to output the data on to the table and hide the original form in the process.
I have a form which goes to my insert page which inserts the data into the table. Except I didn't want to do a redirect to another page so I thought I would do an Ajax call. Both pages work until I change it to an ajax call.
I am pretty certain that it is because I took out the <form action="insert.php"> because otherwise the page would redirect but if that is the case I don't know my way around it and if it isn't the problem I'm not sure what is.
Im working on a backend panel where i populate a simple table with a few text boxes in there so they can update some values. I also have at the end of every row in the table an Edit, Delete & Save button. When i hit the save button i would like to update that entry in the database.
the unobtrusive dynamic select boxes are working great.I just wonder if its possible make this script into 2 dynamic select boxes.Like make this script work with 2 dynamic selex boxed, I did try to enter a 3rd ID but dident get it to work.
I have designed a data entry form in HTML. In all I have upwards of 16 data entry elements (varying from edit boxes, '<input>', drop down controls, check-boxes, etc)
I know by setting the tabIndex of every data entry element user can navigate easily with the Tab key. But, even if it is non-standard, can the navigation be done with the 'Enter' key instead (it is the users, non functional requirement)
Im trying to get the hang of it. I am trying a simple data entry page, where you can enter the name and type of an animal (eg Freddy the ferret) and it will be added to an HTML table.
The bottom of my table looks like this...
...and I have the following in the <head> tag of the page...
The way I thought this should work is that the first bit of the line would create a new DOM element, consisting of a <tr> with three <td>s in it, the first and second of which would contain the values the user entered. This new DOM element would then be inserted into the table right before the last row.
The problem is that the values from the two <input> tags are ignored, and a row with three empty cells is inserted...
I tried adding the following to the script...
And this showed fine, implying that I am getting the values correctly.
I even tried hard-coding the whole line, but that still added empty cells. Oddly enough (to me anyway), the space in the third cell was recognised, but the hard-coded text in the first two cells wasn't.
I am having a problem with the last results. I can't seem to be able to get the input2A and input3A to appear. I don't seem to have a problem with the show and hide after a number is entered and submitted. If anyone can answer my problem I will be greatly appreciated with a prize. I actually have submitted it more than once and I haven't had anyone been able to answer it yet. Code:
Am creating a dynamic text box along with datepicker image.. when I enter newdate into the text box, it simply goes to previous textbox and updating the textfield. How to enter the date into the newly created text box??? And also once I complete the first row data , that row should be disabled.
On a form, I want to jump to the next tabindex when pressing the 'enter' key. The script that should do the thing, should look like this (the tabindex is generated dynamically and the code is simplified):
I know this is a very common problem people are having, but I can't seem to find a fix that works for me.
I'm have a simple text search box with a submit button with the following code:
<FORM NAME ="courseSearchBox" METHOD ="POST" ACTION = "search.php">