If I try to access the value of this dynamically generated field (i.e. $("#field").val()), I don't have any value returned. I understand this may be because jquery doesn't detect it as being a part of the DOM or something along those lines.
On blur of field1, field2 is set to READONLY but the cursor on my page then defaults to field2 and the cursor is at the END of the value and when the user clicks the backspace button the value can be erased. I would like the ability to have the cursor move to the next NON-READONLY or ENABLED field on the page. Is that do-able with jQuery?
In my program, I have GMap logic that outputs location information to a disabled input field (was previously a label). Then, when a user clicks on a link (to start a new map), I want to save the location data to an array prior to server processing. So, onchange, save the input field's value to array[last_click]. But, because this field is hidden (or readonly) I am not sure how to go about this.
I am having a form with two input fields. I want to enter some text in the first input field and then the second field should get the same text. Is there a simple way (maybe a plugin) to do this with jQuery? It would be perfect if I even could output all these input fields values as normal text in <p> or <li> tags.
I have a text field, call it income, that when the input is > 0 I need to dynamically show the next text box, and if it is blank hide the next text box. I would like to use onBlur but can't seem to get it to work.
I am trying to make some dynamic effect to a HTML page using JQuery.<br/> 1.<br/> When the user clicks a Radio field, the field will be highlighted.<br/> 2.<br/> When the user clicks the Radio 'Man', <br/>a Input text box will be provided immeditely just below it.
Here is my simple HTML page, but I don't know how to do with the JQuery part:
So I have to ask some stupid questions and make sure that there is not something wrong in this simple syntax. I am trying to get input field attributes type and tagname by field ID. Heres the code..
When I look in firebug I see there is the correct ID in input_id variable and that the input field with that id exists. But for tag and type variables I just get 'undefined' for reason unknown.. syntax is correct or?
I'm trying to replicate a feature found in hotmail, facebook, etc. When you type or select a recipient from an auto-suggest box for your message/email that recipient's name is put into the "To" field box and is encased (usually a blue rounded corner box) with a X to the far right. If the "X" is clicked the recipient is removed.
How can do you put the selected recipient into the encasing and insert it in the "To" field box? If there are multiple recipients how are they differentiated? For example, if there were a ";" between the recipients the semi-colon would separate the values.
Copy the value from the [correct] text box to the Value=”” section of the now hidden field in the PayPal form That way, no matter whether they [BUY NOW] or [ADD to CART] the right size is submitted to the PayPal shopping cart. This is the actual PayPal code that I’m trying to change
I got this far, and then decided to find how to insert the "enteredVALUE" into the right place in the input text field (what I called output) and I've not been able to figure out how to stuff it in there.
Is it possible to dynamically determine the current field element in a form?
I ask because I have a 'tab' button on a form, and when a user clicks on it I need to be able to shift the focus to the next field, and also if the current field is the last field on the form, essentially to do nothing.
Conceptually, I guess I'm trying to do something like:
I want to add an event to a generated SELECT field. It's an onChange call to a function named calculateSubtotal(). The result I want would look like <select name="..." id="..." onChange="calculateSubtotal()">.
This is what I've got so far. The drop menu is created with no error, but no onChange either. Code: