I am working on a project that requires me to insert info in input boxes (2 input boxes to be specific, firstname, and last name are the two) and transfer that info into a <select> field when the button is clicked. So, let's say in the first input box which is first name I type Tom and in the second input box which is last name I type Smith. When I click the button I want the first and last name to appear in the select field as an option. Now, i tried researching about adding/removing options for the select field, but nothing on getting info from input boxes to put it as an option in <select>.
i'm building a website at the moment with a user registration form. something i struggle with everytime is the best way to give feedback to the user (e.g. further instructions for a particular field or error messages).I saw a very nice execution of this recently at this site. /user/register - this looks to be a custom job, but i'm curious is the open-source or even paid plugins that do a similar thing.
I have an in-house web application in which the user inputs items to a text field. Over 80% of all data entered into the field falls is one of three values, the other 20% is random. Can I make a select field that lets the user override the values with one of his own, or equally, create a textbox with a dropdown menu to select from?
The goal is to get the behavious of a web browser's address bar: the same control could accept random input, but also make suggestions in a pre-populated dropdown list.
Ideally, the control would work with and without the mouse, as the users are not confined to any single platform and we have Linux and Windows users as well.
I have a form where a user enters a number in a text box (txtTickets). When that number is entered, I need to create an equal number of select boxes. I've found code examples which show how to dynamically add or delete options from a select box, but I have found no examples which deal with this specific scenario. The select options do not depend on user input -- that is, I do not need to populate it dynamically. I need to create them dynamically. Has anyone created something similar to this?
I have a google maps application which has an address text box. When we type in the postal address, it gives the corresponding latitude and longitude as a pop up info window on a google map. All i want to do is to be able to get the latitude and longitude info into two text boxes on the html page. I am trying to modify the code but for some reason, I am unable to do it. Here is my code.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="en"> <head>
I have four html form check boxes.The user is allow to choose one or three of the check boxes, the last check box has a value of None.
Example: What's your favorite color.1. Red 2.Blue 3. Green 4. Gray. 5. None.The user can select more then one color.So I'm wondering how can I make the other check boxes deselect when the user click None.So if the user select None, then the other boxes cannot be checked. know you can do this with radio buttons but I would like the user to select more then one option.
OnChange, I want to invoke a function that auto populates the rest of the SELECT fields in the form. The select boxes will vary in quantity as the page is dynamic, but the values are always the same (like the code above).
I am sending out a small email blast to my clients. I would like to offer them a free download of a report, but I don't want to have them re-fill all of their information. Therefore ,bit of code that will parse the URL and place the separated items into the form fields. Then they can hit submit and be done.[url]...
I have this order form where the customers can change the quantity by intput in a text field.I would like to have the text field changed with select fields, but doing so in the form, the script is not doing anymore.Can anyone have a look and tell me what to change in the scritp to accept select fields in place of the text fields.
Okay I have a rather large web (about 150 pages) of historical transcriptions created with XHTML (with PHP headers and footers embedded). Generally speaking, I don't much like web pages that have right-click disabled and various other protections in place.....but I'm also the sort to obsessively cite my source material and give proper credits....as a researcher who's hard work has been plagiarized and passed off as the fruits of someone else's labor, I wholly understand why many are inclined to put such walls up.
The form allows users to enter there details, and when they click on the signup button the following is suppose to happen
1. Thank you note for signing up is displayed, including details they just entered 2. The details entered are stored in an array 3. When you want to view all signups you can click on a signup button and all details are shown 4. The form resets and clears all input fields
I have a form that allows input and functions that validate input, store input, and shows the input and html for the design layout. [code] The two buttons are called signup and members [code]When i run it i can enter all the details and click on signup all the details are still there and then i click on members and it shows all the details i have just entered along side the string signup but it also displays the words 'undefined', so I think there are problems with the array.
I have a pretty basic set of things I want to do: Capture key press, compare against an allowed list, block keys that are not in that list, replace a space by a dash if entered. As this is happening, I have a span I wanted to be updated with the live values. The username field at [URL] is exactly what I am trying to do, though I have trouble dissecting how they did it. Here is my attempt, which is off by one keypress for some reason.
I'm just starting up in web design and I have an interesting challenge that I'm hoping can be solved w/java script. I have a site with an application form. When the form is to be submitted, the form data needs to be emailed to the correct person to handle that particular application. However, that can't be determined by anything specific in the form. It can only be determined by the link that they clicked on to get to the form. I really don't want to have 22 identical forms with just a different EmailTo addie, which is what the previous site developer did. Someone please tell me this can be done w/java script? If not w/java script
I'd like to create a quick and dirty validation method for a form. It's not meant to be very secure.
The way I picture it working is this - there is an input field that asks for a password. If the user types in the password correctly, the "submit" div tag will change from "none" to "block". , which will display the submit button. I just am not familiar with JS enough to know if that's possible.
We have had this script on our site for a while, and it has always worked in any browser we have tested. It dynamically fills one select based on the selection of another select. Unfortunatly, with the release of NS 7, and the related Mozilla engine, this script no longer works. Code:
I have 3 select boxes! one is hotel one is destination and one is country...
if someone clicks selects the country then the destination select box shows the destinations in that country and further if he chooses destination all the hotels in in that destination are shown in hotel select box....(everything is from mysql database)
I don't have a clue how to do this or where to find some readings about it and I really need that desperatly....
I have a form that starts like this: http:[url].....I would like to have it set so that when they select Atlantis, it pulls out information into the second box, then they select something in there and it creates a list in the last box... does anyone know how to do this?