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Sending all form inputs using JQuery each() and Ajax
It could be because one bracket is missing! $("#my-form :input").each(function(){ $.ajax({ url:"index.php?option=com_questionnaire&task=stock_reponse", type: "post", data: {name: this.name, answer: this.value }, success: function(result) { //alert(result); } // <-- this was missing? }); Have you tried to totally remove the success part? Im not sure but that could work :)

Categories : Javascript

Can latest Tampermonkey / Greasemonkey still not use jQuery AJAX?
jQuery AJAX works fine with Tampermonkey and Greasemonkey, with only one limitation compared to jQuery use in a web page. For example, this cross-origin script works in both Tampermonkey and Greasemonkey: // ==UserScript== // @name _Demonstrate jQuery AJAX from Tampermonkey // @include http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18546180/* // @require http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.3/jquery.min.js // @grant GM_addStyle // ==/UserScript== /*- The @grant directive is needed to work around a design change introduced in GM 1.0. It restores the sandbox. */ $.ajax ( { type: 'GET', url: 'https://api.stackexchange.com/2.1/users/621338?site=stackoverflow&filter=!)2R0ltXnW6.fyPDiHJm', dataType: 'JSON', success: function (apiJson) {

Categories : Jquery

Sending AJAX Post Jquery in rails application
Try this out: $ -> $("h1").click -> $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "/products", data: { product: { name: "Filip", description: "whatever" } }, success:(data) -> alert data.id return false error:(data) -> return false })

Categories : Ruby On Rails

jQuery: nested $.ajax not sending post request intermittently
I've finally solved my problem by creating a second form, adding hidden input fields via jquery and then submitting this. Apparently there's a difference in the order at which elements of the code are executed and maybe the ajax request fired prematurely every now and then, but at any rate with the form sbmit it works every time.

Categories : Jquery

Jquery Ajax POST Request sending data issue
Try this: var scriptURL = "default/scripts/serverside/Scripts.aspx"; $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: baseURL + scriptURL + "/SaveItem", data: {sendData: "string to send" } dataType: "json", success: function (result) { de("server result:" +result); } });

Categories : Javascript

jQuery.ajax sending both OPTIONS and POST, how to handle with Express.js (Node.js)
I actually dealt with this just today. Here's the gist which solved my problem. Node.js cross-origin POST. You should response for OPTIONS request first. Something like this. if (req.method === 'OPTIONS') { console.log('!OPTIONS'); var headers = {}; // IE8 does not allow domains to be specified, just the * // headers["Access-Control-Allow-Origin"] = req.headers.origin; headers["Access-Control-Allow-Origin"] = "*"; headers["Access-Control-Allow-Methods"] = "POST, GET, PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS"; headers["Access-Control-Allow-Credentials"] = false; headers["Access-Control-Max-Age"] = '86400'; // 24 hours headers["Access-Control-Allow-Headers"] = "X-Requested-With, X-HTTP-Method-Override, Content-Type, Accept"; res.writeHead(200, head

Categories : Jquery

jQuery.ajax emulating POST file upload, not sending UTF-8 content
The solution turned out to be to use Typed Arrays and XHR2's FormData (polyfills are available for both, but both currently enjoy significant native support). images.each(function(){ var image = this, data = /data:(image/w+);base64,(.*)/gmi.exec(this.src), format, ext, binary; if (data){ format = data[1]; ext = format.split('/')[1]; binary = atob(data[2]); data = new Uint8Array(binary.length); for (var i=0; i<binary.length; i++) data[i] = binary.charCodeAt(i); } else { // blah, not supported } var fd = new FormData(); fd.append('file-upload', new Blob([data], {type: format}), 'uploaded_image.' + ext); $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: '/upload/', data: fd,

Categories : Javascript

AngularJS: prevent empty (but dirty) form inputs from being included in AJAX post
The only way to set something to pristine is manually. That is, once a form has been touched, it's touched until you say otherwise. I would probably do a check in the update function for values in the form field as well as relying on pristine status.

Categories : Javascript

sending variable through ajax post?
No you need to store the value in javascript variable var a = '<?php echo $date; ?>'; Now variable a contains the value of $date. Now you can do whatever you want with a. Check it by alerting alert(a);

Categories : Javascript

How to pass values from checked inputs to an ajax call
First of all, you need to get the elements. I think in your case it would be best to look for all elements with a name that starts with "unit": var elements = $("[name^='unit']"); Then, you can loop those and add the checked ones to an array: var units = []; for(var i = 0; i < elements.length; i++){ var element = $(elements[i]); if(element.is(":checked")){ units.push(element.val()); } } Then you can pass that array to your ajax data property. For example, if you checked the first two boxes and left the third unchecked then the units array would be [7, 3] Here is a working example

Categories : Jquery

ajax POST not sending part of object
You need to set traditional to true if you want the payload contains an array. $.ajax({ url: ajaxUrl, dataType: 'json', type: 'POST', data: data, traditional: true, success: function (json) {} });

Categories : Javascript

Using variables in parameters through sending post data via ajax request
You have an extra single-quote: params='name=Tom&lastname=Jordan&'+variable+'='+secondvariable+'; The +' at the end isn't necessary, and it's treating the semi-colon as a string. (Probably resulting in a syntax error.)

Categories : Javascript

sending json data as POST request via .ajax call
If you want to access the data as $_POST["data_1_1"], you'll have to send it as a post var rather than as the request body. $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: 'update_collab_info.php?loc_id=' + loc_id, data: { data_1_1:data_1_1 }, timeout: 2000, success: function (collab) { alert("This looks like" + data_1_1); location.href = "www/" } });

Categories : PHP

jQuery serialize inputs on form submit, but not with ajax
Not sure if I am missing something here but you can only do a json_decode() on a json object/array. $this->input->get() will return the whole $_GET array AS A PHP ARRAY, so you dont need to do anything JSON'ick with it to be able to use it as an array. so would this not do what you want? $search = $this->input->get(); updateName($search['name']); updateGender($search['gender']); If you want to pass it through the XSS filter first just use $search = $this->input->get(NULL, TRUE);

Categories : PHP

JQuery get values for all inputs in a div
Replace $('#log').after($(this).val()); with $('#log').append($(this).val() + ' '); EDIT Also this line is a problem $(this).parent().find(".MCAnswer") replace with $(this).closest('.formRow').find(".MCAnswer") .parent gets the immediate an parent of the element in question. But elements with class MCAnswers are present inside the formRow element and not the immediate parent. Also a better idea to cache your selectors when using it multiple times. Code $("#Save").on("click", function () { $(".MCQuestion").each(function () { var $this = $(this), value = $this.val(); if (value != "") { $this.closest('.formRow').find(".MCAnswer").each(function () { $('#log').append(value + ' '); }); } });

Categories : Jquery

Using jQuery in Tampermonkey
EDIT: Since Greasemonkey 2.0 you do not (and cannot) use unsafeWindow.jQuery for getting the host page's instance of jQuery. You just use window.jQuery, and // @grant none (or @grant whatever other special APIs you need for non-jQuery things). Sources: https://github.com/greasemonkey/greasemonkey/issues/1952 http://www.greasespot.net/2014/06/greasemonkey-20-release.html Tampermonkey currently (Feb 2015) seems to work similarly by default settings: http://tampermonkey.net/faq.php#Q404 old outdated answer below: Add a directive // @grant unsafeWindow. Also, if you are getting your jQuery reference from the host window object, you won't need the @require line.

Categories : Jquery

Extracting checkboxes values and sending it without form post
Problem was with my jquery plugin .. I work on a large project and somehow there is a conflict .. so in this particular page following code is not working var matches = []; $(".group1:checked").each(function() { matches.push(this.value); }); When I replaced $ with jquery, it worked!! var matches = []; jQuery(".group1:checked").each(function() { matches.push(this.value); }); This link has explained it in detail: Difference between jquery and $ But can anyone explain how to locate root of this conflict. Thanks in advance

Categories : Javascript

Ajax sending multiple values
To send these multiple values, i would serialize that array into JSON then process the JSON data in whatever backend is receiving it. var filterArray = { 'fn_name': ['filter1', 'filter2', 'filter3'] }; ajax(JSON.stringify(filterArray)); convert object string to JSON

Categories : Jquery

post and trigger a php file in server using jquery ajax post method
Try this it is working $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "http://localhost/export/some.php", data: { dataString: "hi" }, cache: false, success: function(data){ alert(data); this.openDestinationURL(); } }); here is the php file <?php header('Content-Type: application/excel'); header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="sample.csv"'); $data =$_POST["dataString"]; $fp = fopen('php://output', 'w');//set the path fputcsv($fp, $data); fclose($fp); ?>

Categories : PHP

Jquery AJAX Global Timeout (Entire Application) Im using $.get & $.post (can't use $.ajax)
You can attach an ajaxError handler to document $(function(){ $(document).ajaxError(function(event, request, settings) { //Do whatever }); }); Edit: To set Ajax timeout globally, you have to use ajaxSetup $.ajaxSetup({ timeout: 2000 //Time in milliseconds }); Note:$.ajaxSetup should be set before other Ajax calls.

Categories : Jquery

Jquery clone a div with inputs fields(and relative values)
In jQuery, there is a method named "clone". you can read api: http://api.jquery.com/clone/ $('riepilogo').html($('#divscossalina1').clone()); and see my fiddle demo : http://jsfiddle.net/bigxiang/533zU/ Hope it works:)

Categories : Javascript

JQuery sending post data to file
I am an idiot, it seems like the page I was trying to get into was in the same map of edit_doc.php (inc), however edit_doc.php is an include in documents.php which was outside the inc map and therefore the URL I needed to use was inc/edit_docInc.php instead of just edit_docInc.php.

Categories : Javascript

AJAX JQuery sending two XHR
As mansoulx has written in comment I've put photo (data variable) and variables (x1, x2, y1, y2 variables) in the same FormData object: var data = new FormData(); data.append('file', files[files.length-1]); data.append('coordinates', $('#form').serialize()); and I'm sending data variable using AJAX: $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "upload.php", data: data, cache: false, contentType: false, processData: false, success: function(data) {alert (data);} }); Everything works, problem solved :)

Categories : PHP

Ajax call to php script sending values from multiple checkbox form
The method you choose is to some degree based on how you evaluate 'best'. In this case, I'd use three major criteria: Low bandwidth Clear code (semantically correct and easily understandable) Easy code (code that is easy to write, debug and maintain) Given your second code sample, it seems apparent that you're using jQuery. The first thing that I would do is replace your AJAX method with a call to $.get() or $.ajax(). This will simplify your code and make it easier to maintain. The next thing I'd do is modify things to use the checked selector, which will streamline the process of getting the list of checked values. Something like this: var checkedValue = $("input[name='size[]']:checked").map(function() { return Number(this.value); }).get(); In order for this to work, you'd nee

Categories : Javascript

Sending form value using ajax, jquery,php
You need to add: return false; to the end of your click handler. Otherwise, the default submit button action takes place, and the page is refreshed. Also, remove the line: if (isset($_POST['submit'])) Submit buttons aren't included when you call .serialize() on a form, they're only sent when the submit button is performing normal browser submission (in case there are multiple submit buttons, this allows the server to know which was used).

Categories : PHP

Sending data to database using Jquery/ajax
Try this Here is the edited html html <form action='osb.php' method='post' border='0' id="form1"> <div id = "container"> <br> <label>Name: </label> <input type='text' id="name" name='name' /><br> <br> <label>Continent: </label> <select id="continent" name="continent"> <option>Africa</option><option>America</option><option>Asia</option> <option>Australia</option><option>Europe</option></select><br><br> <label>Country: </label> <input type='text' id="country" name='country' /><br><br> <label>Website: </label> <input t

Categories : PHP

Chrome Sending nonsense through ajax via JQuery
That JS Error you are getting in chrome is due to its support of JS source maps. You could try either downloading the source map so you do not get a 404 or disabling source maps in chrome. A link to the jQuery 1.9.1 source map is here: http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.map To disable see Hide jquery.map errors in google chrome developer tools?

Categories : Google Chrome

Sending JSON via Jquery AJAX call to PHP
json_decode takes a JSON string, and parses it into an object (or associative array). Since you want to write it to a file, you don't need to parse it first (one writes strings to files, not objects). $json = $_POST['json']; file_put_contents('text.txt', $json)

Categories : PHP

Ajax in jQuery not sending the correct Key-Value to PHP formular
You are using $_GET['id'] in your PHP file and you are passing key as GET parameter, you need to pass id and also add dataType: 'text', Replace this data: {key: code}, with this data: {id: code}, and try Updated function getGoearLink is as below: function getGoearLink(code) { $.ajax({ type: 'GET', url: 'goearScript.php', dataType: 'text', data: {'id': code}, success: function(response) { alert("Success! " + response); }, error: function(response) { alert("Error..." + response); }, failure: function(response) { alert("Failure..." + response); } }); }

Categories : PHP

htaccess and AJAX POST values
The problem is your R tag. This causes a redirect. Unfortunately early web browsers didn't follow the HTTP specifications and used GET to request the new URL they were given. THis has led to HTTP being changed (e.g. the 308 code introduced). Basically, you can't reliably issue an external redirect for anything other than a GET request. Use internal redirects (re-writes) instead. i.e, leave off the R tag from the end of your first RewriteRule.

Categories : PHP

Sending successfull response to jquery's (iframe-post-form) plugin
when you run ajax and communicate with php. youre going to grab whatever php echoes out and use that. in this case its probably wisest to use json encode. heres a very basic example to give you an idea. a php file: echo json_encode(array('success' => true)); now a basic ajax request $.ajax({url:"ajax.php",success:function(result){ result = $.parseJSON(result); // we do this to convert the php into javascript format if(result.success){ alert('this is true'); } }});

Categories : PHP

PHP jQuery and Ajax sending / receiving variables & data
You need to see it in script then you need a success callback Here jQuery.ajax({ url: 'script.php', data: {status: 'enabled'}, success: function(returnedData){ alert(returnedData) } });

Categories : PHP

Sending an array of objects to server via ajax (JQuery)
Lets say your array of objects is var postData = [{"key1": 123}, {"key2": 234}, {"key3": 134}] Use JSON.stringify for your data and content type of application/jsonin your ajax call. Like this contentType: 'application/json' data: JSON.stringify(postData) Hope that helps :)

Categories : Javascript

jQuery - dont send ajax query again after sending once
Try one(), which is an event handler that only runs once per element: jQuery('.open-box').one('click', function(){ var action = jQuery(this).data('action'); jQuery.ajax({ type : 'GET', url : ajaxurl, data : { action : action}, dataType: 'html', context: this, success: function (response) { jQuery(response).show().appendTo('body'); }, }); });

Categories : Jquery

Issue with sending data to PHP from jQuery .ajax call
jQuery API docs say that $.ajax's data param "is converted to a query string". As a result, json_decodeing it is useless. If you want to send JSON data, you'll probably need to JSON.stringify your objectToSend first. If you do this, you should also set an appropriate Content-Type header. Apparently Yii won't decode a JSON POST body by itself but according to PR 2059 you can use either PHP's json_decode or Yii's version and get the POST body with Yii::app()->request->getRawBody(). My guess is that you probably don't want to json_decode your data and just use the POST variables directly: Yii::app()->request->getPost('categories');

Categories : PHP

Sending lists of variables to python via AJAX through JQuery
I ended up achieving the desired effect two ways. First Method: Thinking back to how I performed AJAX requests prior to implementing JQuery, I formatted dataString to rowName=firstRowName&deviceName=firstDeviceName&rowName=secondRowName&deviceName=secondDeviceName and so on. Then I simply appended that to my url in the AJAX call, so that it looked like: url:"http://localhost/cgi-bin/saveState.py"+dataString Second Method: The other way that I got it to work was to format the dataString the same way as in the First Method, but then simply use that as my data attribute. data: dataString I found it strange that this worked, since it doesn't at all follow the usual format for the data: call. But alas, it did indeed work.

Categories : Javascript

MVC Post values using ajax when value selected in dropdownlist
Javascript is your best bet. Something like this: @using (Html.BeginForm("", "", FormMethod.Post, new { id = "myForm" })) { foreach(var item in Model) { Html.DropDownListFor(m => m.Value, Model.Options, new { id = "myList" }) } } <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function() { $("#myList").change(function() { $("#myForm").submit(); }); }); </script>

Categories : Javascript

How to construct the POST data values in an AJAX call?
Yup, but data isn't a list, it's an object, so you just assign to the appropriate key. var data = {page:page}; // ... current value of data: param in the $.ajax call if($('#searchBtn').val()!=='') { data.search= $('#searchBtn').val(); } You'd put this above the $.ajax() call.

Categories : Javascript

Sending jquery ajax authentication request to glassfish server fails
The jQuery .ajax object allows for "username" and "password" properties, don't try to hard-code your authorization header. Per the HTTP spec, you send a request for the data, IF it is secured you get an access denied response, to which you reply with the Authorization header. If it doesn't work when you access it manually than your server is probably misconfigured sending the client a Access-Control-Allow-Headers header that doesn't have the Authorization header allowed. If it works when you are doing it manually (not using Ajax) than it's likely a cross domain issue, perhaps you could check the error console or dev tools of the browser your using to check the request's response or any warning/errors that are thrown.

Categories : Jquery

Sending Jquery UI slider values to database
use ajax like bellow and send the value to php $(function() { $( "#slider-range-max" ).slider({ range: "max", min: 1, max: 10, value: 2, slide: function( event, ui ) { $( "#amount" ).val( ui.value ); } }); $( "#amount" ).val( $( "#slider-range-max" ).slider( "value" ) ); $.ajax({ type:"POST", url:"your.php", data:"vote="+$( "#slider-range-max" ).slider( "value" ), success:function(response){ alert(voted); } }) }); In PHP <?php $vote=""; if(isset($_POST['vote'])){$vote=$_POST['vote']} //now do your job with MySql here ?>

Categories : Jquery



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