I have a choice of three market items and I want the value of the selected one to be sent to my form. My code is:[code]I have tried giving them different ids, I have tried replacing the id with checked="id='myitem'", I have tried getElementById('myitem.checked'), I have tried getElementbyName.In my full page I have far more radio buttons, so I don't want to do a getElementById('myitem.checked || myitem.checked etc.But I have run out of alternatives to try. Needless to say as it currently stands it gives the last radio button's value, which means it doesn't like them having the same id, but when I tried changing how the id was applied, or called - ElementByName, FF gives the error message as id is null.
The following (likely far from imperfect code), reports a value of NaN in the j4 display. I suppose the problem is I am not really passing the "checked" value of the radio button via .value ... without having to get this value via html, is there any way I can passed the checked value via html .. maybe with syntax like n4.checked.value or something.. Code:
I have a set of radio buttons each with an onclick event that has a numeric value. When the button is clicked an input box called "Total" is updated with the new value. The problem I'm having is that if a radio button is checked and one clicks on it again then the onclick event is triggered.
Is there any way to prevent the onclick event from triggering if the radio button is already checked?
I'm having a bit of trouble getting the checked radio values from my form so I can submit them via AJAX. The main problem is, I do not know what the name is going to be, and there could be any number of them. Here is a basic example of the HTML code (It is dynamically generated).
<form id="addnew"><input type="hidden" name="clientid" value="1" /> <table class="clientareatable" align="center" cellspacing="1"> <tr class="clientareatableactive"> <td>This is a test question 1</td>
I'm trying to reset a form so that no radio buttons are selected. The code works in Firefox 3.5.7, Chrome 3, and Safari 4.0.3. However, in IE 8 only the 1st radio button is correctly cleared. If I check the 2nd radio button and click the clear button, the 2nd radio button IS NOT cleared. The following HTML should reproduce the issue. Can others reproduce this? [code]...
I have a page where I need to display 1 of 5 divs, based on the radio button that's selected. The code I'm using is from a previous page that basically did the same thing, only the user had to click on a tab, which would in turn change the style on the div from "display: none" to "". I'm assuming I can basically use the same code, but I'm not sure how to do this with radio buttons. The page I'm working with is at [URL].
Here is the code: Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "[URL]"> <html xmlns="[URL]"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /> <title>Untitled Document</title> <style type="text/css"> .....
I am making a quiz (for fun) and i want to find out how to check if a specific radio button is checked? what is the easiest way to check this? If i use a loop, how will i add an integer without it adding the integer during the loop?
I have a form that makes visible a text field when a specific radio button is checked. That works. Then I validate to see if a radio button is checked before I let the form be submitted. That works.
BUT - I cannot seem to get it to validate the form field that is made visible to see if it has content or at least the proper content when the form is submitted. Can you tell me what I am doing wrong please?
I can give more info on what kind of validation I want done if needed, but I think my code speaks for itself Code:
My program generates 10 random questions with random wrong answers in radio and one correct answer also in radio. When I click checkAnswer it should check the right answer and compare to the user provided answer. Please check out isCorrect() function (and see comment). I tried diff things and couldn't get the value out from the radio checked value.
if radio button checked display div #something else display nothing if un checkedcurrently I have this and it works but when I click another radio option the div that was activated before stays there. Want a div to show only if certain radio button is checked and if not checked to hide.
First, here is my code so far.
Now here's a sample form:
My question is, when i run this function and pass it in the group of radio buttons by means of the onclick event handler, firefox 3.6.22 reports in the error console on line 22 that "options[index] is undefined". It seems that if i use the variable "index" more than one time it reports this error but if I take out the assignment to variable "choice" that it works just fine.
I rewrote the function using a separate variable and this time it works perfectly:
Notice the indexing variables in the "if" statement and the assignment to "choice" are different.