i have a search form, and the default value is "enter text here"when the user click the submit button, i would like to check if the value of my text input is "enter text here" and if it is, then don't submit the form (popup a warning or something)
I'm trying to validate an input type text html tag with JS.There is an array (prefisso) with a lot of dial codes.The first 3 characters of the value to check must be one of the elements of "prefisso".The value to check must be longer than 9 chars (min 10).
I have a simple calculator here that takes the number of songs from the input text box and multiplies it by 500 and then tells you the total. I am doing this on a simple web page for a project for college. I know document.write overwrites my entire page to print the result but I would like to keep the page and design that I have made and to print the result on the same paragraph as where the script and text box are.
I have a order form that adds up all the input boxes (45) and then totals them using function updatePrice() (which works) Im trying to have the output as XX.XX and cant figure out how to get the number from the id=txtTotal into the function round() and return the formatted number to txtTotal.
I have a form that collects information about up to 5 items. I would like the user to be able to select from a drop down menu how many items for which they want to compare information, and then have the form change the number of input fields accordingly.
In other words, if the user selects enter info for 3 items, then input fields for only 3 items are shown, if they change it to 4 items, then a fourth column shows up in the table with the appropriate input fields.
I have one document that resides in an iFrame, and it contains anywhere from 1 to 4 forms, depending. There is a dynamic content area that will display between zero and three forms, each named uniquely, associated with files that exist in a database. Regardless of the number of forms associated with a file, at the bottom of the document is one last form named NewDoc - this last form is used for uploading a new file into the database, or replacing a file.With one exception, this is working flawlessly.The user is supposed to choose a file for upload, use a SELECT input to say what document type it is, then click on the submit button.
What is actually happening, however, has me confuzzed. When the submit button is clicked the first time, the value of the input="file" element becomes blank and nothing happens. If a file is chosen, again, and the submit button clicked, it uploads with no problem and the database does what it's supposed to. But if I refresh the document and try, again, same thing - the file disappears from the form element and the form does not submit.First, the forms (all three, just in case):
<p><input name="vericode" id="vericode" value="This text doesn't display!!" type="text" onclick="value=''"/></p>
What I'm looking to do with the following form is when a user inputs a certain length width and depth the output will be set to a certain number of characters. Basically looking to add a zero before an input of a number lower than 10 in two fields (product_number & product_id)
For example if a user inputs:
The output I would like to have would be:
Right now the output looks like this:
The reason for this is so when I sort my products in my shop they will go in the correct numerical order as well as making everything easier to maintain. I only need it to be 2 digits before the decimal point because the max number input will never be over 99...
I am thomas. This is my first post I have a question. I am trying to make a dynamic form. I have seen this addressed in a few other threads, but it is first of all not exactly like my problem and also, the language of the explanations is not simple enough for me to understand.
I am trying to make a form that has 1 box that asks how many designs a customer wishes to order, then based upon that number, reveals that many pairs of text boxes below; one should be with the label, �name of design, while the other should be with the label quantity of design. That way, if a user enters 4, four pairs of these boxes will appear, asking him specific names and quantities
If I set up a variable quantity to the value of the text box, I think I should be able to loop like,
for x=1; x<=qty.value; x++ but then I am confused about how to make the thing render the text boxes. My primitive knowledge tells me I could do something like document.write. But on another thread I read I saw that I could also use
Awhile back I posted a script that was working fine in IE but not in Firefox. This is again my dillema with another piece of code.It is supposed to limit the number of characters accepted by a textbox.Here's the JS:
I would like to create a program which converts some letters into different ones.
1) I want 2 text areas (input and output) + "convert" button
2) if I type in the input area the letters "ea" I would like it to be converted into "a", so that If I type "cambrea" and press "submit" the output text will have "cambra".
3) if I type "e " which is (e+space) I want it to be converted into " " which is "space" example: if I type the word "spine " it should be converted into "spin , note that there is a space after "spin ".
I am currently seeking help on how to best approach finding a solution to this. Essentially I have a textarea which a user is supposed to be typing a text based email message(no HTML) The textarea has a column width of 80 However there is a recommended width of 53 characters per line. Obviously the user can just keep on typing away past the 53 character recommended width if they want, but I want to add either a form button or a link with an onClick thatanalyzes the contents of the textarea. It should insert a hard return when it reaches 53 characters, but if the 53rd character is in the middle of a word it should count back to the previous space and do the line wrap there.
I want to use a text link to submit a form and get the POST values instead of an ugly submit button which is difficult to style. I thought it would be simple but I can't do it - whats the problem with this .js?
The problem is I can't get the $_POST variables to perform some conditional logic. I want the user to answer a question submit the form to itself and test the result.
I can do this fine with a submit button but a text link styled as a button looks much better. Do I have to use ajax() function or something to send the from variables to a PHP script?