The following code works for Radio buttons. If I select 'No', the text field 'no1' is displayed. However, I'd like to set it up so if they select 'Permanent' in the dropdown then the 'no1' is displayed.
Which in turn selects an option from the original dropdown.
Works fine except.....
I have a problem to solve where I have a Hidden set of 40 text inputs. A link to show 10 more of these in inputs at a time, all having unique ID's. The goal I am trying to accomplish is to set the focus to say the 10th input. If the "show more inputs" link is clicked then the focus should go to the next 10th input (really input ID number 20) and so on.
<a href="#" onClick="window.open('http://www.somesite.com/popup.php?image=popup.jpg', 'popup', 'width=737,height=492, directories=no, location=no, menubar=no, scrollbars=no, status=no, toolbar=no, resizable=no, top=300, left=300'); return false" style="cursor:pointer"><img src="http://www.somesite.com/pics/thumb.jpg" alt="Click here to see a larger image"></a>
<div id="id1" class="invis">This is all just plain text that appears when the NO radio is clicked but disappears on reload</div> <form> <table> <tr> <td> <input type="Radio" name=" " value="hide" onClick="doSwap()" id=""> YES <input type="Radio" name=" " value="show" onClick="doSwap()" id=""> NO </td> </tr> <tr id="id2" class="invis"> <td>extra address entry stuff that appears when the NO radio and that stays on page after reload</td> </tr> </table> </body>
We have a list of items that each has a different quantity available. So I am going to create a multiple select menu, where they can select several different items. So, how can I make it that when they leave the field it sends all the different ones to the ajax program to build all the appropriate quantity forms?
The below code works, until i try and move the bottom button into the form. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the tut3 function and I probably need to reference the form somewhere in the function, but I dont know where.
Here is my code:
Basicly what the script does is using some variables in my form will calculate a total price in real time when you click the "Calculate" button. Works great in IE, but in Firefox/Safari it won't do a thing..
Hey all, I'm using a fairly simple accordion script. When I went to take a gander at the page in IE I found that the onclick function of the script doesn't respond. It works in FF, Safari, Chrome and Compatibility Mode in IE 8
the error message IE gives me is
Message: 'h' is null or not an object Line: 13 Char: 77 Code: 0 URI: http://proposalfor.us/js/script.js
I have a simple problem that I can't solve. I am trying to code a "More Info" button/link to display some more technical details of an item, if required or wanted. I haven't tried incorporating any code in to my web site yet, first I am trying to test how it can be done in a seperate file.
What I have right now is a table with two cells. In one cell is static text, in the other is a hyperlink. The onClick event calls a JS function called "more_info()" in which a global varible is altered to contain the value 1.
Directly after these two cells is more JS (this is before the table ends). The JS here is checking to see whether the value of the global variable has been changed. If the value is 1, display information. There is no "else" clause because I don't want information displayed unless the variable is equal to 1, so it is not required.
I think I know what the problem might be. The browser is reading the code in question before I ever click the link and has already been executed before the variable is changed. I know JS is object oriented so it will not sit there waiting for me to click the button before reading the logical statements.
I have a web page a lot of thumbnail images arranged in a table. I would like the user to be able to click on the thumbnail to open a window with a larger view of the image.
So I wrote a JS function to accept a URL as the argument and open a new pop-up window with the given parameters. I need this function to potentially run multiple times from multiple links (in this case images) on the same page. However, after the first time I click the link, the function runs, and I close the pop-up, the function will not run again if I click the same or another link on the page. If I refresh the page, the function will work once and then not again. Is there a buffer I need to clear or something to reset to allow multiple links to work?
I have tried the function call in a whole slew of ways. Here's my current code (I "..."'ed out the URLs for brevity):
The first checkbox should spawn a menu and then the "breast" option could spawn another. It works flawless in IE9. But in FF 3.6 the first checkbox simply does nothing. In Chrome, it spawns the menu, but strangely the checkboxes in the next menu are not clickable.
I have created a site with menu, it is working fine locally but when i upload it on the server it dosen't work. When I click on submenu under "Company" or "Products",It will show the actual url in the address bar but it gives a error "405 - resource not allowed". Kindly check and let me know the solution for this. If you know any other simple script similar to this let me know.