OnFocus/onBlur

Jul 23, 2005

For those who have been using Outlook Express, you must be pretty used to
the fact that whenever you focus on the preview section, the header for the
preview turns from grey to blue, while the text turns from black to white.
Code:

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Using OnFocus / OnBlur Event On Input Box

Dec 4, 2010

I want to have a function on an event
<span id= "nameheader"> </span>
<form method ="post" action="send.php">
<input
id = "nameinput"
class = "input"
value = "name"
onfocus = "focus();"
onblur = "blur();"
/>

That is when you focus on the input box the value ' name' gets put above the box and when you focus on something else it goes back to the box.
this is my function
focus(){
document.getElementById('nameheader').innerHTML = 'name';
document.getElementById('nameinput').value = '';
}
And I would obviously do the opposite for onblur event.

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<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
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I have a text input field - a search box. As characters are entered, I use AJAX to retrieve a list of matches from my products table and display them in a simple unordered list below the search box.This works great, until the user clicks one of the matches.Because I have set the onblur event of the search box to hide the autocomplete box, when the search box loses focus as a result of one of the links in the autocomplete box being clicked, the autocomplete box is hidden and the link is not activated.How can I get the links to work, and also have the autocomplete options disappear when the search box loses focus?

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I have a page with a textbox that I want to have a message written inside it that will dissapear when the user clicks in the text box and writes something and it will show up again if the user clicks somewhere else but hasn't written anything inside the textbox. So I am using the onfocus event in order to write "Enter your email here" and the onfocus event in order to show the "Enter your email here" message inside the textbox if the user clicks somewhere else in the webpage but has left the textbox blank. If however the user has written, for exampl "jim@yahoo.com", I want this to remain in the textbox.What am I doing wrong?

Code:
<html>
<head>

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I am having one td and inside td using one control(it may be any control like textbox,combobox) and am using onblur events for td and aswell as the control inside td. when am moving focus from this td to another td the parent onblur event is firing first and then child control(like textbox, combobox) onblur event is firing. The problem is am validating that entire td (what ever the value user updates) in one method. so in this scenario that validate method is calling when i move the focus onto child control. After entering the value in the child control that child control onblur event is firing and am unable to fire the parent control(td) onblur event.

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Here is the layout of my form from left to right, from top to down.

- buttonA, buttonB, buttonC
- textbox, textbox, textbox
- buttonXXX

After the user types in the textboxes and press enter (with the cursor still
in one of the textboxes), buttonXXX should be pressed by default.(the user
is too lazy to take the cursor over to buttonXXX and click).

The problem is the top/left most button (button A) gets pressed which annoys
them to death. So I tried to do this.

In the bottonA's onfocus event handle-
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Result: ButtonXXX receives focus alright, but the code for buttonA still
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I'm fairly new to this and my code is as follows...

<script language="JavaScript>
var oldValue

function focusElement(theElement) {
oldValue = theElement.value;
return;
}
</script>

Then in the HTML, I have

<select size="1" id="ConfCommentSELECT" name="ConfCommentSELECT"
onfocus="return focusPrecedence(this);">
<option value="0"> - </option>
<option value="1">1</option>
<option value="2">2</option>
</select>

The <select> is with a <form><tr><td>, but I don't see how that would make a
difference. I started using the onchange="return blah-blah-blah(this);" and
that worked so I copied that to the onfocus. What I want to do is to
remember the value of the contents of the <select> before the user changes
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Apr 22, 2003

This HTML and CSS:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC
"-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">

<head>

<title>onfocus tooltips</title>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" />

<style type="text/css">
<!--

div.tooltip,div.heretooltip {
font:0.7em verdana,helvetica,arial,sans-serif;
border:1px solid #000;
background-color:#ffffe1;
color:#000;
padding:2px 4px 2px 4px;
text-align:left;
filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Shadow(color=#666666,direction=135,strength=1);
position:absolute;
width:auto;
height:auto;
}

div.heretooltip {
border:1px solid #003;
background-color:#fefefe;
color:#003;
}

-->
</style>

</head>

<body>
<script type="text/javascript" src="tooltips.js"></script>
<p>Use the TAB and Shift-TAB keys to navigate this list.</p>
<ul>
<li><a href="/" title="Home Page" tabindex="10">Home</a>
<ul>
<li><a href="/sitemap.php" title="A guide to the areas of this website" tabindex="20">Sitemap</a></li>
<li><a href="/preferences.php" title="Change the design scheme and functionality" tabindex="30">Preferences</a></li>
<li><a href="/brothercake.php" title="About this site and its webmaster :)" tabindex="40">About brothercake</a></li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>







</body></html>

And this in tooltips.js

// global vars
var i, pos, obj, tempObj, tempEle, winSize, extent, scrollHeight;


//toolTip object
var toolTip = null;
var toolTipParent = null;


//find object position
function getRealPos(ele,dir)
{
(dir=="x") ? pos = ele.offsetLeft : pos = ele.offsetTop;
tempEle = ele.offsetParent;
while(tempEle != null)
{
pos += (dir=="x") ? tempEle.offsetLeft : tempEle.offsetTop;
tempEle = tempEle.offsetParent;
}
return pos;
}




//delay timer
var goTip = false;
var goTimer = null;
function focusTimer(e)
{
//second loop
if(goTimer != null)
{
//clear timer
clearInterval(goTimer);
goTimer = null;
//pass object to create tooltip
focusTip(e);
}
//first loop
else
{
//get focussed object
(e) ? obj = e.target : obj = event.srcElement;
//pass object back through timer
tempObj = obj;
//set interval
goTimer = setInterval('focusTimer(tempObj)',400);
}
}


//create tooltip
function focusTip(obj)
{

//remove any existing tooltip
blurTip();

//if tooltip is null
if(toolTip == null)
{
//get window dimensions
if(typeof window.innerWidth!="undefined")
{
winSize = {
x : window.innerWidth,
y : window.innerHeight
};
}
else if(typeof document.documentElement.offsetWidth!="undefined")
{
winSize = {
x : document.documentElement.offsetWidth,
y : document.documentElement.offsetHeight
};
}
else
{
winSize = {
x : document.body.offsetWidth,
y : document.body.offsetHeight
};
}

//create toolTip
toolTip = document.createElement('div');

//add classname
toolTip.setAttribute('class','');
toolTip.className = (obj.className == 'youAreHere') ? 'heretooltip' : 'tooltip'

//get focussed object co-ordinates
if(toolTipParent == null)
{
toolTipParent = {
x : getRealPos(obj,'x') - 3,
y : getRealPos(obj,'y') + 2
};
}

// offset tooltip from object
toolTipParent.y += obj.offsetHeight;

//apply tooltip position
toolTip.style.left = toolTipParent.x + 'px'
toolTip.style.top = toolTipParent.y + 'px'

//write in title attribute (with 'you are here' string)
toolTip.innerHTML = (obj.className == 'youAreHere') ? obj.title + ' <b>[You Are Here]</b>' : obj.title;

//add to document
document.body.appendChild(toolTip);

//restrict width
if(toolTip.offsetWidth > 300)
{
toolTip.style.width = px'
}

//get tooltip extent
extent = {
x : toolTip.offsetWidth,
y : toolTip.offsetHeight
};

//if tooltip exceeds window width
if((toolTipParent.x + extent.x) >= winSize.x)
{
//shift tooltip left
toolTipParent.x -= extent.x;
toolTip.style.left = toolTipParent.x + 'px'
}

//get scroll height
if(typeof window.pageYOffset!="undefined")
{
scrollHeight = window.pageYOffset;
}
else if(typeof document.documentElement.scrollTop!="undefined")
{
scrollHeight = document.documentElement.scrollTop;
}
else
{
scrollHeight = document.body.scrollTop;
}

//if tooltip exceeds window height
if((toolTipParent.y + extent.y) >= (winSize.y + scrollHeight))
{
//shift tooltip up
toolTipParent.y -= (extent.y+obj.offsetHeight+4);
toolTip.style.top = toolTipParent.y + 'px'
}


}

}


function blurTip()
{
//if tooltip exists
if(toolTip != null)
{
//remove and nullify tooltip
document.body.removeChild(toolTip);
toolTip = null;
toolTipParent = null;
}
//cancel timer
clearInterval(goTimer);
goTimer = null;
}



window.onload = function()
{
if(typeof document.getElementsByTagName!="undefined")
{

//get tags collection
var allTags = document.getElementsByTagName('*');
var allTagsLen = allTags.length;

for (var i=0;i<allTagsLen;i++)
{

//if tag has title attribute
if(allTags[i].title)
{
//attach event
allTags[i].onfocus = focusTimer;
allTags[i].onblur = blurTip;
allTags[i].onmouseover = blurTip;

}

}

}
}

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Sep 22, 2005

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I've figured out I can use:

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This works fine, however if for some reason the user adds his own input,
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This is my code:

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</script>
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