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I'm using this to change some tabs around. Is there a way to add hashes to the URL too or some way that i can enable back/forward buttons functions and link to a particular tab?
I am having quite a bit of difficulty trying to integrate a jScrollPane (or any custom scrollbar) into a tab that I'm using jquery to render a fade-in-fade-out effect.
I'm rendering tabs...
I have some dynamically created text fields that I'd like to (when the back button on the browser is pressed) fill in again with the previous values the user has entered.
That is massively helpful: Thank you!
I've been trying to make a default value in a text box go away when clicked.
The general consensus on this forum and on the rest of the internet seems to be that this code:
I am trying to create a dynamic shipping form. It is very complicated, but I hope that when complete, it will be totally fool-proof. Basically, what I have set up so far is an order entry...
That's pretty functional.
In my opinion, all this playing around with the appendChild has become a bit too circumlocutious. I re-worked the thing to work exclusively with innerHTML.
yeah, that's what i mean. it should pull the value from the first layer of text inputs, «formfields» then create that number of new sets of text-inputs. so those fields must be given the id...
yes. at the beginning of the function to create the 'extensions' text-inputs. However, this
$field.innerHTML = '<input type="text" class="input_field" name="name_of_design_'+($i+1)+'"><br><input...
yeah, I found that..but the thing still won't work. the functions both work independently, but when I call it like that inside the other function..
I'm sorry. I can't get that to work any which way
var $container_left, $container_right, $item,...
If I use this function to create a user-specified set of text entry boxes :
var $container_left, $container_right, $item, $field,...
yes. i thought I would use php to upload the file, then ajax to show the progress; is this inaccurate?
Since the files being transferred are pretty heavy (60 - 80 mb), I thought I'd incorporate a progress bar so the user will know something is happening. I was under the impression that Ajax was...
Yes, the innerHTML is a lot less verbose. Thank you!
How could you apply a file upload (FTP) button and an ajax progress bar to each iteration of that loop?
thank you for your reply.
I read the page at the link you supplied and it does seem pretty useful. I am, however, too novice to understand where to put that code into my code.
When I put it...
A while back, I asked for some help with dynamic form creation. I wanted a user to be able to enter into a text field how many designs he or she would like, then, based on that number, be...
Yes. That is exactly what I meant. Thank you very much for the help.
I cannot, however, really claim a comprehensive understanding of how this code works. Can you explain what this code does:
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...