I have a small script which runs when the acrobat document opens and populates a field with the date, but I would like the date to be filled when the document is first opened, then saved with that date.
I'm using Google Maps to calculate distance between cities. I need to use that distance value for some basic calculations. Distance has to be in "Angloamerican" format (1,234.00) but in metric system. So, Google Maps answer for Madrid - Berlin query will be one of these two:
a) <span jscontent="distance['text']" jsdisplay="distance" jstcache="7">2.320,1 km</span> b) <span jscontent="distance.text" jstcache="23">2.320,1 km</span>
notice the differences in span "classes" (jstcache is 7 or 23) and lack of any "id" or "name" attributes.
What I want to accomplish is:
1) Convert these Google Maps distance values to "Angloamerican" format (2,320 km) or (even better) format without thousands separator which would only use dots as decimal separator (2320.1 km)
2) Use that filtered value to populate a text field called distance
Populate hidden form element value with the value of a text field on form submit (jQuery)
It helped me a bit with the auto-populate part, but I can't make it work in combination with this Google Maps code. Here is my current code:
I have a form where we are capturing the Members Children information. I want to insert age in years to a field within this table by calculating age from Date of Birth (DOB). DOB format is mm/dd/yyyy and is a datetime data type in SQL. The DOB is added by the member while registering their child. Is there an onchange script that I could use here.
Is it possible to auto populate a field from an other field within the same form? Does anyone have any code samples that I could use?
I am in the process of making a single page website for a local radio group of roughly 20-30 members which may increase over time. They want to be able to show when they are online. The idea I had was basically to put a login field near the top of the website where they would input a "call name" and their real name, so 2 different fields. After clicking the submit button I want to populate a listable(doesn't really matter which) to show that they are "online", and once the session has ended(closed the webpage) have it remove them from the list.There doesn't need to be any security, no cached information, no cookies, and as simple as possible. How might I go about doing this?
The xml is valid and I can autocomplete on the names and it fills out the form on the screen with the names of the contact. What I need to do is add the value"" of the input so that it will go into my mysql table when I submit the form.
I'm creating a ticketing web page where the start time of the ticket would need to be generated whenever the user clicked on the ticket number field.So, what I'm trying to figure out is how I can create an OnClick event for the TicketNumber textbox so that it will save the time it was clicked to a StartTime textbox.I've done a bit of searching and have only found code that would populate data to the same text box onclick.
I have a web form that requests a user full name and email address. What I would like to do is when the user fills in the full name in one input box, I would like to take the full name and populate the email address field as such. "email@example.com". So pretty much split the full name and popluate email address field "firstname.lastname@example.org".
I have a table where when the cursor passes/hovers over a cell, the current cell, as well as the top cell in its column and the first cell in its row change backgroundColor. I have text fields outside the table which I want to populate with the contents of the cells affected by the mouseover event. So as the mouse moves over different cells, the contents of the text fields changes accordingly. I've got the backgroundColor to change, but when I try to assign the contents of the cells to the text fields, nothing happens. The change of backgroundColor even stops working. This is the code I'm usign to populate the fields.
I'm traversing through the <th> and <td> tags to find the header cell HeaderCell[n] and first column cell Col1Cell associated with the current cell. If I leave out these lines the backgroundColor changes, if I use them, nothing happens at all.
I have a site for property bookings with 2 calendars to enter start and end date. The calendar im using doesnt have any obvious facility to copy yhe date to 2 fields so each one has to be done, months in advance this can be a real pain.
Does anyone have any ideas how i can take the data inserted into one field and copy it to the second?
I have a form where a user may select a box from above which will query the database and autofill in the fields. This works properly for all of my input text fields but I have a select box where a user selects their state that I am unable to get to properly populate.
The select box is populated on page load in the following format....
how to create a somewhat simple form. The form will have text fields for 'Name', 'Phone', etc. What I want is to have a drop down list, which has different insurances to choose from (i.e. Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Senior products), and say when I choose 'Senior Products', new text fields pop up within the form to add their 'Address' and click a checkbox that states they authorize to be contacted. These new fields aren't visible unless they choose 'Senior Products' from the drop down list.
I am using multiple links at the same page with same class(cannot access using id because of multiple links) like
<a class="coupon_link" href="#?stockAlert=45">Click here to get coupon</a> <a class="coupon_link" href="#?stockAlert=46">Click here to get coupon</a> <a class="coupon_link" href="#?stockAlert=47">Click here to get coupon</a>
Is there some example js that shows how to populate a text field on a form, based upon what option is chosen in a select form field? The options can be hardcoded and it would be great to also have a default if js is off on the client side.code...