My site inventive.webs.com/ad-hoc contains lists of activities. When a user double clicks on an activity, the text will change to textbox, then double click again on the textbox to return to static text, which is so far working properly. What I want to happen next are:
1. Textbox must return back to static text when user clicks anywhere on the body. 2. When there's an existing textbox, it should return to static text when another activity list is being double clicked.
I have a textbox thats initial text color is set to grey, I want to change the text color to black when the user clicks on it, is this done by using onclick="style=color:Black;" I have tried this and failed but maybe ive got something slightly wrong or is it done a different way completely.
I have a page here [url]. What I want to control is that for link on the left that is clicked I want the text to change to a particular color to highlighted it have been selected. And when another linked is clicked I want the previous linked to be reset to the normal color. How to achieve that.
I have a page here [url]. What I want to control is that for link on the left that is clicked I want the text to change to a particular color to highlighted it have been selected. And when another linked is clicked I want the previous linked to be reset to the normal color.
Any way to update URLs on a page depending on the region selected by the user. I have 3 regions, Americas, Europe & Asia. And depending on the region selected I need to update URLs on the page for the different regions.
For example, below are the 3 possibilities for the links. domain.com/americas/product.php domain.com/asia/product.php domain.com/europe/product.php
I created 3 hyperlinks, when the user click each link, it will change the color of the text of a link. For example, when user clicks Link1, text Link1 will become red color, but Link2 and Link3 unchange. Here's my attempts, any ideas??
I have an HTML table with many rows and columns with each row containing info about one specific item and a delete link (there is a delete link for each row). What I want to do is to highlight the whole row (<tr> element) in the table (with a different background color) when I click on the delete link of that row (the new page opens in a new window.)
My question is: How do I highlight (by changing the bg color for the whole <tr> element or -if that's not possible- all of that row's <td> elements) the row if I have clicked the delete link in that row. I want the row to stay highlighted so that I would know what rows were deleted. I guess this'll require id-specific actions applied to the row <tr> or all of its cells with an onclick event in that rows delete link.
to load some remote content into the main container. The problems is: i'm unable to find any working solution to highlight the current, active menu item (build as an <ul> and styled with external css), considering the main page isn't reloading - especially when i'm in no way able to understand JS at all.Would any of you have any idea how to mark the current menu item marked as active untill another one is chosen - and then repeat the function?
I am doing a lottery project in which i have 10 textbox and i want to add contents of each textbox and show result in another textbox say 11th textbox.
I am having the fallowing codes below on jsp page.
I want to add contents of textbox from(n50,n51.....n59) and show result in another textbox named (n60)
My question is that the valus stored in textbox is numeric and when i enter the value in any two of the textbox say named (n50 and n51) then the addition of its value must be seen in the result textbox say (n60) here. it does not wait for another textbox value which is left blank. the result of addition should be displayed simelteneously as i enter the value in text box.
Im updating a website to use ajax instead of Iframes. Ajax is working fine to load html content into a <div> yet my issue lies with the navigation buttons that trigger my ajax requests.
I have css styled buttons that contain <a> links </a>, i have removed the href and used a onclick event instead but when i remove the href the mouse will lose its hand cursor on hover and the css styled buttons stop working correctly.
Is there a way to selectively highlight text in an OverLib popup? I'd like to be able to make some text stand out from the rest of the text that is displayed.
I tried using a one-cell table with background set to yellow, but that caused the popup not to work at all (this might be a syntax problem - I haven't been able to find any syntax examples for putting a table inside an OverLib call)
I dont know how to make the function, i would like it so that when the user enters the text it searchs the text on the page and hilites behind the text yellow. So its a bit like a "find" function that hilites behind the word that it is asked to find.