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How to Auto Tab(Cursor) in Html.TextBoxFor(or Html.TextBox)?
Something like following should work, markup <div class="tax"> <input type="text" maxlength="1" /> <input type="text" maxlength="4" /> <input type="text" maxlength="5" /> <input type="text" maxlength="2" /> <input type="text" maxlength="1" /> </div> script $(function () { $('.tax input[type="text"]').keypress(function (e) { if (e.which == 0 || e.charCode == 0) { return true; } var str = String.fromCharCode(!e.charCode ? e.which : e.charCode); str = $(this).val() + str; if (str.length == $(this).prop('maxlength')) { var that = this; window.setTimeout(function(){ $(that).next('input[type="text"]').focus(); }, 0);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Why does Html.TextBoxFor and Html.LabelFor shows different value?
Html.LabelFor reads the metadata from a model property and displays the name of the property. You can configure the displayed name with the Display or DisplayName attributes. Your model has no properties, so LabelFor is completely useless in your example. What do you want to achieve? When you want to render a label with the value of the string just create a label: <label>@names</label>

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Html.TextBoxFor() does not generate any html markup
Ok, I'm almost too embarrassed to post the solution but here it is... I was missing the '@' in the beginning of the lines; in my item.cshtml Html.LabelFor(vm => vm.ValueString, Model.Name); Html.TextBoxFor(vm => vm.ValueString); should be @Html.LabelFor(vm => vm.ValueString, Model.Name); @Html.TextBoxFor(vm => vm.ValueString);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

jQuery and @Html.TextBoxfor()
If you want to do it all on the client (no AJAX), maybe don't use the MVC helpers at all, and do it manually instead - you know the HTML that will be rendered, so just do that: var i = 0; $("#add-page").click(function () { $("#page").append('<input type="text" name="PostPages[' + (i++) + '].Title">'); }); Maybe clean the code up a bit so the quotes don't get too confusing, but you get the idea...

Categories : Asp Net

Using TextBoxFor to set HTML attributes that have a namespace prefix
The first syntax is using an anonymous object, for which the same rules regarding how to create identifiers in C# apply: You can use any unicode character of the classes Lu, Ll, Lt, Lm, Lo, or Nl You can scape C# keywords using "@" as in new { @class = "foo" }; Since the colon belongs to the Po unicode class it cannot be used in an identifier. (In C# you can use the static method char.GetUnicodeCategory in order to check the class of any character) Additionally, and only in MVC, when using an anonymous object for the html attributes in the helper, any attribute name with underscores will be replaced by hyphens. This is due to the method HtmlHelper.AnonymousObjectToHtmlAttributes Back to your case and regarding your options, if those are not too widely used (like in a couple of views

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

onblur event not firing from Html.TextBoxFor helper
Isn't the element a TextBox? You are using a selector for a dropdown list (select). Try this: $(document).on("blur", "input[name=MainContent_Birthdate]" ^^^ and see if that works. http://jsfiddle.net/hescano/pwWaD/

Categories : Javascript

ASP.NET MVC 4 didn't refresh model properties in @Html.TextBoxFor()
I guess you are modifying the value you have bound the TextBoxFor on the HttpPost action: [HttpPost] public ActionResult SomeAction(MyViewModel model) { model.SomeProperty = "some new value"; return View(model); } and in the view you have: @Html.TextBoxFor(x => x.SomeProperty) If so, then this is by design. The HTML input helpers (such as TextBoxFor, TextAreaFor, CheckBoxFor, ...) are first looking in the ModelState when rendering their values and only after that in the model itself. So if you intend to modify some of the model properties in your POST action make sure that you remove it from the ModelState: [HttpPost] public ActionResult SomeAction(MyViewModel model) { ModelState.Remove("SomeProperty"); model.SomeProperty = "some new value"; return View(model)

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Html.TextBoxFor works but EditorFor throws an error - why?
EditorFor works only for strings without a custom template. You'll need to create an Int32 template on path ~/Views/Shared/EditorTemplates/Int32.cshtml in order to make that work. If you don't want to create a template for Int32 type, use TextBoxFor that will work as you already realized.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

HttpPost function in controller doesn't get called
Try implicit point action and controller name @using (Html.BeginForm("OrderIsFinished","ControllerName",FormMethod.Post)) { <input type="submit" name="PickUp" value="Ik kom mijn bestelling afhalen" /> <input type="submit" name="DeliveryBigger" value="Ik wil dat u mijn bestelling levert" /> <input type="submit" name="DeliverySmaller" value="Ik wil dat u mijn bestelling levert" /> }

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Cannot find HttpPost method in controller class
The change you made is return View(Callout); in catch. return View(...) without providing a View name searches for a View that has the same name as your Action. You should put a View at Views -> SaveCallout -> SaveCallout.cshtml if it was intentional, but I do not think it is. I don't know what view you are making that HttpPost from. Let it be called Foo. If you want to return to Foo view again, you should do: catch(...) { return View("Foo", Callout); }

Categories : HTML

change text of label on onchange event of @Html.TextboxFor in mvc3
The problem is with event name try with different event name it will work. @Html.TextBoxFor(x => x.ItnScanCaseCode, new { @onchange = "onchangeevent();" }) function onchangeevent(){ document.getElementById('lblSelectedProductName').value ="sam"; } Regards

Categories : Javascript

Unit test HttpPost Create action of MVC4 controller
After successfully creating an object in database, I am not sure what to assert in unit tests You should assert that the controller action redirected to the List action, i.e. the ActionResult returned is a RedirectToRouteResult. It would be great if you can suggest some negative tests also In this case you could assert that no object has been created and the same Create view was rendered, i.e. the returned ActionResult is a ViewResult.

Categories : Unit Testing

Pass values from view to controller model on httppost from ajaxcall not working
You are missing the data param of ajax function, where you want to post your values http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/ Sample: $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "some.php", data: { name: "John", location: "Boston" } }).done(function( msg ) { alert( "Data Saved: " + msg ); });

Categories : Jquery

formCollection is empty in controller after submitting
The FormCollection is empty because you are disabling the elements after you add them and disabled elements are not submitted in the request. You can achieve the disabled appearance via css in combination with the readonly attribute. Twitter Boostrap does it like this: input[disabled], select[disabled], textarea[disabled], input[readonly], select[readonly], textarea[readonly] { cursor: not-allowed; background-color: #eeeeee; } You can use a similar approach. Addendum: Here's a link to another question regarding disabled elements: Disabled form inputs do not appear in request

Categories : Javascript

Issue when submitting a param into controller
Change the parameter in PIndex to particalview [HttpPost] public ActionResult PIndex(string particalview) { if (particalview == "1") ViewBag.Page = 1; else if(particalview == "2") ViewBag.Page = 2; if(particalview == null) ViewBag.Page = 3; return View(); }

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Submitting modified model back to controller
This is wrong $.post('Home/EditPage', '@Model'); @Model is evaluated at server side, and you get simple string on client side with that expression. You should dynamically serialize form and send its contents to server $.post('Home/EditPage', $('form').serialize()); Also, the last statement should be passed as callback to $.post, so it will be executed after post has finished loading $.post('Home/EditPage', $('form').serialize(), function(){ $("#main").load("/Home/NewDivPage?id=" + id); });

Categories : Jquery

Submitting a form from an external controller button for validation
When you use $element, you trigger events in pure javascript, and angular does not know what's going on so it can't, in this case, validate the form. You should trigger the form validation first : $scope.$broadcast('$validate'); if(!ngForm.$invalid) $element.find("form")[0].submit(); For this to work, please define your form with the ng-form tag, like this: <ng-form> /* BLABLABLA */ </ng-form> More info here: http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng.directive:ngForm You can also check this: AngularJS - How to trigger submit in a nested form

Categories : Javascript

Submitting Form in MVC 4 model is null in controller post method
Your View is type of BillingCodeList, but you are trying to send List<BillingCodeObj> to you action in controller. Try to change action as follows: [HttpPost] public void SubmitTimesheet(BillingCodeList model) { string uri = ""; foreach (var billingCode in model.BillingCodes) { //do stuff with each of these } }

Categories : C#

submitting html form using php not working
Your if condition contain only first form. Replace your if condition with if(!empty($_POST['myname']) && !empty($_POST['myplace']) || !empty($_POST['output_textarea'])) Keep form1 data with hidden input like this: <form id="form2" name="form2" action="" method="post"> ..... <input type="hidden" name="myname" value="$myname" /> <input type="hidden" name="myplace" value="$myplace" /> </form>

Categories : PHP

Objective C - Submitting HTML form
Try this if you have a page http://test.com/form.php with following form: <form name="login" method="POST" action="action.php"> <input name="username"><br /> <input name="password"><br> <input type="submit"> </form> you can use this code, to perform this form. NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:@"http://test.com/action.php]; ASIFormDataRequest *request = [[[ASIFormDataRequest alloc] initWithURL:url] autorelease]; [request setPostValue:@"Admin" forKey:@"username"]; [request setPostValue:@"1234" forKey:@"password"]; [request startSynchronous]; It will really help you out.

Categories : HTML

HTML form not submitting values
There is error in your html. Names should be unique. In your case it's better to use radio than button. <input type="radio" name="age30" value="yes"> <input type="radio" name="age30" value="No" > echo $_POST['age30']; Test this code. Also change your submiting function to this(Jquery Example) $(function(){ $(".submit_img").click(function (){ $("#survey").submit(); // this line will submit form }); }); now when you add to element 'submit_img' class, then if someone click this element the form with id=survey will be submitted. <img src="http://jenntgrace.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/2.png" width="100px" style="cursor:pointer;" class="submit_img"> DEMO

Categories : PHP

How to reload the html(contact us) form after submitting a html/php form in a iframe
This can be accomplished with JavaScript. Set a timer for 5 seconds and set the window location to your Contact Us page. Here's how you'd do this: <script type="text/javascript"> // Set timeout to 5 seconds, measured in milliseconds setTimeout(function () { window.location = "contactus.html"; // relative URL }, 5000); </script>

Categories : HTML

Forwarding the partial view's details to HttpPost method of a controller when button in partial view is clicked
Have you tried this? @using(Html.BeginForm("Add", "AddCredit")) { @Html.HiddenFor(m=>m.CreditBalanceId) <div class="input-small" id="credit">@Html.EditorFor(m=>m.CreditToAdd) </div> <button type="submit" class="btn">Add Credit</button> }

Categories : HTML

Escaping HTML while submitting form in PLSQL
you may wish to have a look at validation widgets from some js framework. offhand i remember kendoui (kendo ui validator) and jqwidgets (jqxValidator). however beware as both toolkits are commercial. jqueryUI should have similar functionality for free, though. in case you prefer a plain html5 solution have a look at HTML5 Form Validation / Constraint Validation API. There also are an article on mozilla MDN, a list of Supporting browsers, and of course the official standard. however, a plain html solution will not perform any conversion - which means that the user has to enter the data in the way it is expected at the other end, which in your case is probably nothing you'd want to burden the user with ... ps: this fiddle contains an elementary example for validating against a pattern. d

Categories : HTML

How to change attribute of Html.Beginform() on form Submitting
You can use the following jQuery code $('form').submit(function(){ $(this).attr('ID', newVal); }); Or you can assign an ID to your form like using (Html.BeginForm("ActionName", "Controller", FormMethod.Post, new { @id = "myForm", FU = "Hello" })) and use it to hook an event on submit $('#myForm').submit(function(){ $(this).attr('ID', newVal); });

Categories : Javascript

HTML form submitting data only on second submission for certain browsers *SOLVED*
Try adding a value attribute to the submit button. It occurs to me that without even a blank value, some browsers might not send the submit button back in the POST: <input type="submit" value="login" name="submit" /> Also, try printing out the contents of the $_POST superglobal to help debug: print_r($_POST);

Categories : PHP

populate html form using python and open in browser without submitting
Opens the form in the browser? This will be tricky, as there is no cross-platform way to open a browser and point it to a URL. On Linux you would probably use xdg-open, on Windows I believe you can just use start, and I have no clue on Mac OS X. But regardless, you would use the subprocess module to open a web browser. As for the filling it out part...you might be able to replicate the page and serve the local, pre-filled copy with a basic webserver, shutting it down when the user submits the form. I don't think this would be the best idea. An alternative is using Sikuli script to automate everything - open the user's web browser, populate the fields, maybe even move the mouse cursor to the submit button or highlight it without clicking. That sounds more like what you're trying to achi

Categories : Python

How to get a HTML submit button in an ASP.NET page to call a controller method in MVC controller class
In your tag, give the URL to your controller/action to action attribute and put your HTML in your form. <form action='@Url.Action("LogIn","ControllerName")' method="post" > <h1>Login</h1> Username <br /> <input id="Text1" type="text" /><br /> <br /> Password <br /> <input id="Password1" type="password" /><br /> <br /> <input id="Submit1" type="submit" value="Login" /><br /> </div> </form>

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Dynamically Add Rows In HTML Table Using JavaScript and getting textbox value of each text box by submitting a button
Your code is right, just little change over there <TR> <TD><INPUT type="checkbox" name="chk"/></TD> <TD> 1 </TD> <TD> <INPUT type="text" name="<?php echo $i; ?>"/> </TD> </TR> replace with this code <TR> <TD><INPUT type="checkbox" name="chkbox[]"/></TD> <TD> 1 </TD> <TD> <INPUT type="text" name="txtbox[]"/> </TD> </TR> and your work finish

Categories : PHP

How to use post method in submitting forms of specified data to send to server in html using jquery or js
Like this: $.post( "URL", $('#login').serialize(), function( data ) { alert(data); } ); The page specified in URL must return the message, you will get on 'data' all your URL page print out.

Categories : Jquery

MVC Ajax Request not triggering in controller when submitting request
You have the Action labelled with [HttpPost]. This will work fine on the AJAX request with the POST HttpMethod, but the initial page load will be a GET Request - try removing the [HttpPost] or restructuring so that you have: [HttpPost] public ActionResult Schedule(int id = 0, string customerSearch = "") { Customer customer = _customerRepository.Find(id); return PartialView("Schedule", customer); } [HttpGet] public ActionResult Schedule(int id = 0) { return View(); } Also, your AJAX form is not posting from an input with name="id", so that will need to be addressed.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Jquery form not submitting, or no evidence it's submitting
$(document).ready(function() { $('#myImageForm').ajaxForm({ beforeSend : function(){alert('about to submit')}, complete:function(){alert('submited and result recieved')} }); $('#photoimg').change( function() { $("#emailpreviewloader").html(''); $("#emailpreviewloader").html('<img width="180" src="/loader.gif" alt="Uploading...."/>'); $('form#myImageForm').submit(); alert("submitted"); }); }); Try this code and see do you get a about to submit OR a submited and result recieved alert if you are not getting a abou

Categories : Jquery

Handle HTML and non-HTML representations in controller with HttpMessageConverters
According to a Spring blog post by Paul Chapman, my controller will work as written if I set up a PPA Content Negotiation Strategy. That is, if I configure Spring to consider clues about the wanted content type in the following descending order of preference: Path extension (.htm, .tsv, etc.) Request parameter (?format=htm, ?format=xls) Accept header (proper HTTP content negotiation, which sadly works poorly with HTML browsers). What is more, the Spring provided ContentNegotiationManagerFactoryBean operates in just that order. In addition, you must annotate the handler methods in the controller so Spring knows that those methods should handle HTML content, using the consumes and produces values of the @RequestMapping annotation. That is, instead of simply writing @RequestMapping(v

Categories : Spring

Add attributes to TextBoxFor
By using underscores: @Html.TextBoxFor( m => m.MyValue, new { @class="myClass", id = "myInput", name = "myInput", data_a_sign = "€", data_a_dec = ",", data_a_sep = "." } ) ASP.NET MVC helpers will transform the underscores to dashes when generating the markup.

Categories : Jquery

Is it possible to check required input with the HTML required attribute without actually submitting the form?
The OnClick event handler needs to run script code that checks the individual form fields for data, and then returns true only if the data is acceptable, otherwise returns false to abort the submission. Update: rather than using an OnClick event handler on the submit button, you should instead use an OnSubmit event handler on the form itself. That way, having the validation script return true/false has more meaning.

Categories : HTML

TextBoxFor value not updating after post
When you post a model back to an ActionResult and return the same View, the values for the model objects are contained in the ModelState. The ModelState is what contains information about valid/invalid fields as well as the actual POSTed values. If you want to update a model value, you can do one of two things: ModelState.Clear() or ModelState["Number"].Value = new ValueProviderResult("New Value", "New Value", CultureInfo.CurrentCulture)

Categories : C#

MVC read value from textboxfor with jquery
Did you add a reference to jQuery? I tested in JSFiddle and it works: demo HTML: <input name="Email" id="Email" type="text" placeholder="Email" data-val-required="field is required" data-val="true" value=""/> <input type="button" id="test" value="test" /> JavaScript: $(document).ready(function () { $("#test").click(function () { alert($("#Email").val()); }); });

Categories : Jquery

hide the default value of a textBoxFor
You can add an ID to the textbox as follows: @Html.TextBoxFor(n => n.Article.Title, new { @class = "span4 m-wrap", rows = 1 , @placeholder = "Enter your News Articles main subject or Title here" , @Value = "", @id="txtTitle"}) Then call following jquery function on form submit event $(function(){ $("form").submit(function () { if($("#txtTitle").val() == ""){ $("#txtTitle").val("Default Value"); } }); });

Categories : C#

MVC 4 EditorFor/TextBoxFor and date field
One way to do it is to wrap your @Html.EditorFor() in a div and apply your styles by selecting the input in the containing div. <div class="editorfordate"> @Html.EditorFor(m=>m.MyDate) </div> And CSS: .editorfordate > input { width: 34px; /* or whatever you want */ } A better way to do it is to implement a custom EditorFor-template so everytime you use the @Html.EditorFor() helper, the extra wrapper div is created automatically.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

MVC 4 TextBoxFor and others automatically calling HttpUtility.HtmlAttributeEncode
It will work if you use a data annotation on the model. [RegularExpression(@"d{4}", ErrorMessage="4 digit PIN required")] public string Pin { get; set; } You can then just use the TextboxFor without passing extra attributes: @Html.TextBoxFor(m => m.Pin) This returns html as: data-val-regex="4 digit PIN required" data-val-regex-pattern="d{4}"

Categories : C#



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