I'm trying to do default focus on checkbox,its work fine but the
problem is that the user cannot know where is the focus (there isn't
visual sign and on the other hand if you press on the tab button there
is a visual sign).
i have a single checkbox in a div whose scroll property is set to true the checkbox is populated with data filed frm database. so depending on the number of data items , there will be the checkboxes i want that on pressing down/up arrow key the focus shld shift to the previous/next checkbox , and on pressing spacebar the checkbox shld be selected / deselected and on presing tab the focus shld come out of teh div control have checkbox on to the next control
at presnet before using the below code if i press tab the cursor moves to next checkbox, so if i have 50 checkboes in the div i need to press tab 50 times to shift to next control
I have a checkbox that shows different screens when each checkbox is selected. So when a checkbox get focus or is checked I want the screen on the right side to change. The problem is that when I override the focus then the click won't go through. Meaning that right now no checkbox has no focus, so when I click a checkbox the right screen changes, but the checkbox does not get a check so we have to click it again. What can I do to switch the screens on focus and process clicks correctly?
I am trying to set focus to the first checkbox or text box on the page. Some pages have text boxes at the top, and others have check boxes. The following is the code I am using for the first text box, however it I require the possibility to use checkbox or text.
The default behaviour of focus() method is displaying the cursor at start of the char(In FF focusOffset is 0(zero) and anchorOffset is 0(zero)). I need to display the focus at end of char after calling focus() method.
Is there a way to set the focus on a form field without using focus()? I use ajax to build the form and if I try to set the focus using focus() an error is generate because of the form hasn't been built by ajax. So, it would be nice if I could set the focus() as I built the form.
If it is possible, how to reflect popup checkbox changes on same checkbox in parent window. Main windows contains a list of thumbnails, each one with a checkbox. Clicking on a thumb, a popup window is opened containing a bigger photo beside a checkbox. If the user checks/uncheks it I want the thumbnail checkbox in parent window to be changed in the same way (and onclick tasks to be performed). To achieve this I am using cookies and onClick -> parent.reload.
My JSP web page has many checkboxes. What is web page source code look like when clicking one checkbox will submit only one checkbox value (not the whole form) immediately? i.e. toggling one checkbox will send the info that only that checkbox is toggled. This does not work because clicking one checkbox will send the whole page
My JSP web page has many checkboxes.What is web page source code look like when clicking one checkbox will submit only one checkbox value (not the whole form) immediately? i.e. toggling one checkbox will send the info that only that checkbox is toggled.This does not work because clicking one checkbox will send the whole page [code]
document.[Form Name].[Field Name].focus();
If you happened to have the page scrolled above where the error field is then the page will scroll so that the error field is at the very top of the window. If you happened to have the page scrolled below where the error field is then the page will scroll so that the error field is at the very bottom of the window. Neither of these is very desirable. Any way to get the error field to the middle of the window?
If in the textarea (textarea3), the value is not "abc", and the user uses "Tab" to go to the next textarea (textarea4), it will alert an error message...and the focus will return to the textarea (textarea3) again...
It works in Internet Explorer, however in firefox it does not work? Anyway have any ideas why & how? Code:
If I use the following construct in the frame "main" for a link to an extern site:
<A HREF="http://www.any.xy" TARGET="extern">
the Browser is creating the window "extern", loading the page www.any.xy an setting the focus to "extern". But when I go return to "main" without closing "extern", a click to an other link (e.g. www.2nd_any.xy) on "main" does not setting the focus to "extern".
For setting the focus to "extern" in the second case, I have used the following construct:
<A HREF="http://www.any.xy" TARGET="extern" onClick="setTimeout('extern=window.open('','extern');fr emd.focus();',500);"> an example</A>
This construct has worked very well for a few years, but since about one year, the sesult was the same as using <A HREF="http://www.any.xy" TARGET="extern">
In this year, I have changed: win 95 --> win 2000 modem 56k --> DSL Netscape 4.5 --> Netscape 7.1
Can anybody tell me a possibility setting the focus to "extern" in the second case? Is the changing of my configuration the reason, that the construct has failed?
Neglecting the annoyance factor for a moment, is it possible to keep one browser window at the screen forefront (in front of all other browser windows) but still be able to interact with a window directly beneath it? How would this be pulled off in JS?
I encountered some strange behaviour when using focus()