I have a simple check box in an admin panel where the idea is that if it is checked then 'display' a div on the page, if it is not checked then hide it.When I tick the checkbox, the div shows up, but then disappears right away. (it does the fade-in display:block, but instantly changes back to display:none).
Here is my validation script from dreamweaver I also have it in php for server side. But I trying to get a checkbox to make a text field required when you select it. Right now I have it so when you hit submit whether the text field is filled out or whether the checkbox is selected or not the error message comes up no matter. The link to the page is [URL]
What I want to do is that when I click on a <input type="text" /> tag the checkbox next to it should become checked. I've tried with the help of internet for a couple of hours but I just can't find how I interact with other objects properly to achieve what I want to accomplish.
Basically it's a layout creator, mostly, with a few customization options. Basically as you can see from the HTML below, there is a checkbox with the id "network" and a text input field with the id "username". Code:
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.
How can I create a text input field which has a value displayed by default and when a use clicks in the filed, it disappears? Similar to a "search..." box - when a use goes to search, the "search..." text disappears.
I have several input text boxes. The default value for the boxes is the description of the contents of the box. When the user clicks on the box to type, the default values disappear so they can begin typing. My problem is what if the user forgets what the contents of the box is suppose to be. I am looking for a solution where if the input box is empty, and the user deselects it, the original default value will appear. Code: <input type="text" value="Event Name" onfocus="value=''" />
When a string of text is doubleclicked, the text changes into an input field, (dropdown, text, etc), and when the user presses enter or clicks out of the field, whatever they chose/typed in replaces the original string of text.
I have been studying php for a while now and i know that, i am now starting php oop and that going well but i have never done anything like this. Anway i am creating a booking system which at the end of the process asks who supplied your voucher which they then select a supplier.
The issue i have is my client wants it so if groupon is selected then an input text box should appear so that the user can input a security code from groupon.
Using a UI dialog I'd like to load in 10 or so images. Each would be unique and after you click on one the following needs to happen:
1. Image appears on the parent page in a specified ID.
2. A "hidden" field is updated so that when the user submits the db is updated with their selection.
3. Dialog closes automatically.
That's it. Basically it would work similar to "datepicker".I'm using the latest 1.4 and ui and been making great progress as learning basics. I need to do the above and it seems like such a no brainier and or it should already exist but after 2 days of searching and trial and error...
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]