I was developing a site search for someone and I got it fully functioning-- the php calls on the input field with #searchField.All the user has to do is begin typing and the results appear underneath without ever having to click submit or enter/return.However, the customer was wondering if I could integrate the Wolfram Alpha Computational Search as well.So that a page visitor or user would type in the search field the results searching his site would appear below, as mentioned above; but, if one typed a query and hit enter then it would search WolframAlpha.I first made a page, here, that uses the code Wolfram Alpha's developer community was giving to developers that creates an input field and searches wolfram Alpha one hits enter. (It writes the necessary html in a messy way and includes this base.css file)Here is a screenshot of the html code that the wolframAlpha.js file writes from chrome dev tools.
After doing so, I put the code of the page I developed for my client and the above page together and what I got was two separate input fields, one that searches the site (top, but it doesn't work due because I did not attach that file as where this is located can't parse PHP) and one that searches wolfram alpha (bottom -- does work).You can see the result of the combined code here.
An existing JSP is generating the HTML page and table. I have retro-fitted it so that it adds to each input field a 'trigger' to the onkeyup event.
The purpose of this trigger is check for the the cursor keys being pressed (UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT) and then if it is a logically valid move, shift to the next cell in that direction.
Now, the function it calls, doOnKeyUp, for the most part is working fine... when the input field in the table cells are a textbox or textarea, my method can re-focus the fields appropriately.
HOWEVER, I am having a huge headache when the input field is a combo box. Basically, the value of the combo box is changed with the cursor keys (which is default combo box behaviour (I think)), instead of moving to the next editable cell in that chosen direction.
Problem #1: My question: Is there a way to intercept/override the various onKey events or similar for the combo boxes. For the combo boxes, I want to continue to move between table cells UNLESS a do something specific, like press the spacebar to entire an update/modification mode for the current cell. Everything I have done so far does not prevent the combo box events from triggering.
I will like to know if there is anyway to view all the rules that I have currently in the Jquery validation plugin. Currently, I am trying to add in rules dynamically through the rules(add) function after adding some dynamic fields through the user inputs. the rules are added in this manner.
I have a few html fields in a form that use PHP in order to calculate a combined value and then inserting it into the database. However, I would want that value to be displayed to the user as well before they insert it, just so they can verify that the value is correct. But how do I go about and do this?
<field 1> -20 +(or -, depending on user input) <field 2> Result of that to be displayed in <field 3>
However, I only want the -20 to calculated when something is entered in <field 1> so that it does not say -20 in the output field before the user even started typing a value.
for example, from the above, I want a JS array for 'option-1' that contains KA-WH, KA-BK and KA-GN; plus an array for 'option-2' that contains BADGE-1, BADGE-2 and BADGE-3. The above form fields will be created dynamically, may contain more or fewer items.
I then want to use the JS arrays to pull in images of which filenames match the 'code' in the array.
I am having some jQuery troubles whereby I have some jQuery that toggles an 'Other' HTML input field and associated label when a user selects the value Other from a HTML select drop down. I have this working for one field but the application I am building has increased in scope whereby there may be multiple instances of members on one page so the Other option will be there multiple times. At the moment if a user selects Other from one drop down all Other input fields show. How do I make this exclusive without repeating the jQuery for the separate instances?
I made this function to duplicate form elements with a little html-code surrounding the input fields. First i clone the html of the first child found (always gets rendered by php). Then, everytime the add-button is pushed, i append a cloned piece of that stored html. It's working fine except for the delete button.
It's seems that whenever a cloned html is removed, the other cloned elements aren't recognized anymore by the delete buttons (although the delete buttons are in them)
Im using Google Maps and when the user moves the map I have an event listener to return a string of routeIDs that are within the bounds of the map.Later on in the page I have a PHP MySQL statement where it Has [ICODE] SELECT * FROM routes WHERE [ICODE] , and after the WHERE I want to add this string.Basically as the user moves the map around, the list of available routes in bounds should change.How can I do this without redirecting pages at all, as that destroys the functionality of the google map?
Code: <a href="12345" id="myLink">link</a> In IE 8.0.6 and 6.5 (not my machine but on coworkers machine) when link gets clicked, i get full path including the ID like "http://www.domina.com/folder/12345" where as on my machine i get the ID only when i do
Code: myval = $("#myLink").attr("href"); When i move the ID to rel attribute, the browsers behave as intended.
Code: myval = $("#myLink").attr("rel");
same version of IE on my machine is behaving ok where as on coworkers machine it is not. Am i doing some thing wrong here?
Also, after saving it into a variable, asking the console what is in the variable it pulls up... <div id="chords" style="background-position: 1606px 50%; "></div>
Just that, in my mind, saving a set of tags to memory rather than searching for it every 40ms seems to be a better way of going about it. But if I try to do it this way I get given a... "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'style' of undefined"
I need some help putting the factors of a number (y) into an array.For example if y = 20: [1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20]Once I have this, I can use it to factor a quadratic:(ax = c)(bx = d)if c = 3 and d = 5 then I could check if 1c was a decimal, if 20d was a decimal and then vice versa.Basically, I can use these numbers to see if b or d is a whole number and if it isn't, try the next one.If none of them are, then I can do y(ax + c)(bx + d)
I have a button and a textarea. I want this button to add tags around the selected words in that textarea. For example the button is to add the <b> tag before the selected words and the </b> tag after the selected words. Just like these buttons, in the forms of creating a new thread,that are used to make the font of the selected words bold, italic, underlined or colored.
I implemented some code to perform highlighting and specific anchors are used for the searched words. The problem is when the searched words are inside <a href> tags, the links are lost after putting my anchors.For example:
I was wondering if it is possible to put all the non null variables of an array into a string variable with spaces between each array value? For example, if array() is a text array and has 10 values, array(0) through array(9), with three of those values null, let's say array(3), array(5), and array(7) are null, is there a way to put the remaining seven values into a string variable with spaces between each array value?