I am doing an application with two dropdown boxes.Once we change the value of first drop down using database values ,the values in the second drop down should change..then click on done it should display the data from databse.. first dropdown :contains country names second dropdown :contains city of particular country..My problem here at is displaying values on second drop down based on first drop down selection:
I add a new row to a table using something like this:
So if I add 1 rows, I get 2 text boxes with the ID of 1-medication as I already have a row in place (static) This works fine. However when I try to get the value of 1-medication, I thought I'd get something like value1,value2 but instead I just get value1 If I change the function above to putput a text box with ID of 2-medication, I can get the value of that by itself just fine. why if I have more than 1 item with the same ID, I can't concatenate each value?
I am making a small image annotation tool for research purpose. I have many images shown to a <user> and the person has to click on the image to enter further information about the image.
I would like to POST information about the <user> which is same for all images and also some fields containing the image information to php page containing next level of processing (the page is again same for all image and takes the user and image information as POSTed information).
I could put forms for each image but I am dealing with hundreds of images here.
I'm trying to use a variable that is passed into a function to to dynamically name an instance of an Object(). I've created a Timer() Object that seems to work just fine... the problem is I can't figure out how to pass in an instance name into setTimer() to create a new instance of Timer() object?? My ultimate goal is to have multiple instances of the Timer() Object running at once. While the code below works it only allows me to create 1 instance of the Timer() Object with the name of tmp. Code:
The following is a popup form that works exactly as I want but I now need to get the values of each text box added when a user clicks the 'Add' button and pass the values back the opener form into a textarea.
How can I dynamically change the color of values on a page, to show if they are above or below a target value entered in a text box on the page. Those below should be shown in green, those above in red, and identical (equal) should be in amber. Values can be put in a particular tag and then use the getElementsByTagName.
I am trying to assign values to a bunch of form fields. However, I don't want to loop through EVERY field in the form, just a specific subset of fields. The fields I am trying to change are all named similarly myField1, myField2, myField3.So, my thought is that I would like to use a for loop and loop through the appropriate fields by simply incrementing a variable and appending it to the end of the string "myField" in order to change the appropriate field.How can I evaluate "myField + iterator" into a useable reference to change the value of said field?
For example, assume the following values have been inputted into the fields; Field1 (Manufacturer) - Kawasaki Field2 (Model_Name) - GPZ500 Field3 (Nickname) - None Field4 (Market) - UK Field5 (Year) - 2000
Then i need ajax to search a web directory for the file above, and if it exists return a link, or if it doesnt exist tell the user it doesnt exist.
i know how to do it by posting the variables to the next page and doing the check using php - but i would like instant validation as soon as the form fields have been entered.
Finally i got what i want but whar is missing is how how can i get those dynamically textboxes / Dropdowns strored or capture and stored into a database table.Un employee can go and select projects he is working on then the current 6 months time assignment to this project: each row or line is 1 project with respectibe assignment time.
According to W3Schools (which I've been warned to stay away from), browser cookies are just text files. This tells me that ALL cookie data is ALWAYS of string type. Is this true? Is it possible for a cookie to be an object, or an int, or anything other than string?
i have created text fields dynamically by clicking a button now problem is that i want to save the value of these text field into database. i m using java script with PHP's framework codeigniter. the code is as follows
<!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">
$("#txtinstruments").AutoComplete("query"); What this does is apply the AutoComplete plugin, to all the objects with id txtInstruments that are already created but, i create more objects with that id on the fly, and i need to assign the plugin to them.