I would like to submit a form depending on the success data of an ajax post.
Below is my jquery code; as you see #theform is the main form and before submitting the form I need to check the availability of the the date and time and the room using$.ajax. However it doesn't submit the main form if the date, time and the room is available.
required=["txtCal_Event_CalendarID","txt_TreatmentRoom","txtTreatmentID","txtTreatmentTypeID","datepicker1","datepicker2","timepicker1","timepicker2"]; emptyerror="Please fill out this field.";
I have a form.htm which has a simple form. When I press the submit button it posts the input to a formpost.php and sets $q=$_POST["input"];. Now I want to display static information at the top of the formpost.php and display the dynamical content of the rest below that. From my knowledge this is only possible with an iframe (if I use a <div> I get "Header already sent" message). Is there a possibility to post the input to an iframe on the same PHP file? My current code looks like this>
The following will submit the form data to popup by clicking the submit button. I want it will submit the form automatically to the popup, there is no submit button in this page. Basically this page should not show up.
I have a lot of tables and to get it to post some of the data into a form.
So say i have a location and a start date and end date, and when i select a radio and click submit the location and dates get put into the corresponding field in the form.
However i have a lot of tables and a lot of different options but want it to go to only one form. this form can be on a seperate page, but was wondering if its possible to get the form to appear on the same page, underneath the table.
I have a problem with sending data from a form to a php script with AJAX. To test if it works, I try to send data from the form, print it in the php with "echo", and then put it back in the initial html file.
The function stateChanged, basically says:
The problem is that the response is empty, but I don't know why. I have checked the input data and the postData variable says "firstName="+input (e.g. "firstName=Robert"), so that's not the error.
I've got a form which is acting as a calculator. Once the calculation is complete I want it so when the user presses a 'print' button it takes certain parts of the form data and displays them in a new window which would be designed for printing.
I have an upload form that is working fine with a submit button, but I really would like it to submit on its own without a submit button onChange when a user selects an image. I have it sending the form with onChange but it is not sending the uploaded file like when you hit the button! It is sending it as "example.jpg" instead of actually sending the file for upload.
I have implemented a page based on tabs. Now how to submit the data is it just have the submit button on the last tab is it? On the other hand how best to show the error because there might be some fields not fill in the first tab itself and the user might be in the last tab.
I am analyzing header tags for submitting forms online in order to better understand how htmlhttp forms work- signing in to gmail, yahoo mail, and amazon, using the network tab of google developer tools, to view the http headers of requests and responses, and learn where they come from. I am seeing very peculiar behavior in my browser's (chrome)request headers when signing into amazon. The form data, always has the following two header names appended to the second and third to last places of the form data query: x=(some random number), and y=(some random number).
I spent several hours struggling with dynamic form fields added with appendChild or innerHTML not POSTing on submit in Firefox. The only way I found to make it work is to append any created fields to a DIV within the form. Code:
I have a form that submits a POST request when data is submitted.
A Servlet then processes this POST request and a JavaBean is used to make some calculations. The HTML response is not generated within the Servlet but instead I forward the request to a JSP to generate the response. - This all works fine.
Here is my index.jps:
Regardless of whether incorrect input is given, the data is still POSTed to the server and calculated on or a Server Side error is given.
Am I correct in calling the function onclick?
The validation essentially needs to be so that:
- Student field contains a string
- Score1, Score2, Score3 and Score 4 contain a number between 0 and 100
I have a problem where if a form submission (set up to submit via AJAX) fails validation, the next time the form is submitted, it doubles the number of post requests - which is definitely not what I want to happen. I'm using the jQuery ValidationEngine plugin to submit forms and bind validation messages to my fields. This is my code below. I think my problem is that I need to unbind from the validationEngine plugin when the form fails, but I can't figure out how to do this.
I'm getting an incredible behaviour of internet explorer. I have a generated html page with one form and many input of checkbox type.
Those checkbox are grouped in 4 lists and each list of checkbox contain checkboxs with the same name so I can easily retrieve on my server side (java) wich checkbox are checked with a request.getParameterValues(). (Each checkbox has a value corresponding to the id of the row) Anyway that's not on the server that the problem is.
I tested the page with firefox, the problem is not here with that browser and it can submit liek for example 400 checkboxes.
Then I tried to make a workaround, on submiting I browse the elements list of my document and I create a big string containing all the ids checked and then I uncheck all checkboxes and submit. there again it fail to work.
I'm really affraid I'm looking at a nasty bug of Internet explorer here and I'm going to engineer a more deep workaround if noone can point out a solution to me.
I should precise that I have no iframes on that page. I indeed saw that some people got 'access is denied' on submit form but in my case it works when not too much data is going to be submited !
I have an iframe on my page and I added the following code to detect the iframe file height to avoid scrolling which is working fine.
There is a form in the iframe and it is coming from a third party web site which I have no access. My problem is when a client submits the search form in the iframe search results page is higher than the search main page and half of search results page is not shown. Is there a way to sense that the page in the iframe is changed and resize the iframe height accordingly?