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While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘
Check with another constructor for htmlView: ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html"); var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage, mimeType);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Change input type="text" to input type="password" onfocus()
You dont need to replace the component, just set the type of the this to password like the code below: <asp:TextBox ID="txtPassword" runat="server" SkinID="txtLogin" value="Password..." TabIndex="2" onfocus="this.type='password'"> Here is a jsfiddle working example: http://jsfiddle.net/mZyTG/ Update I didn't test this code, but it add one onblur event listener to newO, and when invoked it replace the input to the old one. function replaceT(obj) { var newO = document.createElement('input'); newO.setAttribute('type', 'password'); newO.setAttribute('class', 'textbox'); newO.setAttribute('name', obj.getAttribute('name')); newO.addEventListener("onblur", function(){newO.parentNode.replaceChild(obj, newO)}, false); obj.parentNode.replac

Categories : Javascript

Can I get to look like ?
First "hack" I can think of would be to add a "data-changed" attribute to the input="password" field, then attach an "onchange" event to the password field that sets "data-changed" == true, so that way you can validate if the value "password" was in fact entered by the user (data-changed == true) or if it is being submitted by the placeholder plugin itself.

Categories : Javascript

Angular validate input type="email" as type="text"
I don't think it's possible to change how input type='email' is handled in angular without changing it's source, but maybe instead you could try to: <input type="text" required late-email /> angular.module('yourApp').directive('lateEmail', function () { return { priority: -1, link: function(scope, elem, attrs) { elem.attr('type', 'email'); } }; }); Important thing here is priority, as angularjs input directive needs to run(link) first so will use 'text' as input type, then lateEmail will change input type to email.

Categories : Javascript

show text value of html © entity in input type=text?
The trick is to change &copy; into &amp;copy;. When displayed &amp; turns into &. The question doesn't specify the language, but in JavaScript you'd do var content = "&copy; 2013 blah foo inc"; var encoded = content.replace( /&/g, '&amp;' );

Categories : Json

How to make a scale with height as it receives more text
input type text is always single line. you can use for multi-line and you can specify rows and columns. Look at this: http://css-tricks.com/textarea-tricks/ for auto resizing textareas and other tricks.

Categories : PHP

how to enable text area or input type="text" using jquery
It's easy with jQuery > 1.6 $('input').prop('disabled',true) $('input').prop('disabled',false) To react to your radio button, you have to give each one a different value attribute (1 for yes?) and listen to the change event. $("#date_biennial_budget").change(function(){ if($(this).val() == 1) $('input[name=high]').prop('disabled',false); else $('input[name=high]').prop('disabled',true); }

Categories : Jquery

can we scroll text in a
If you want scrolling textboxes than you are doing it in a wrong way, if you want scroll, use textarea instead of input type=text, even if it's possible, don't do it, it's just wrong approach. As far as the area is concerned, if you want to have input type text looks for your textarea you can use textarea { height: 30px; resize: none; } Demo

Categories : Javascript

Creating value to several input type text fields from text file
$filename = 'pics.txt'; $handle = fopen($filename, 'r'); $datain = fread($handle, filesize($filename)); $names_array = explode(" ", $datain); //contacts.txt $filename2 = "contacts.txt"; $contact_data = file_get_contents($filename2); $contact_array = explode(" ",$contact_data); $contact_max = count($contact_array) - 2; $count = 0; $counter = 0; foreach($names_array as $show){ if($count < 4) { echo '<img src="images/'.$show.'">'; } else { echo '<br>'; for($y=0;$y<3;$y++) { if($counter < $contact_max) { $contact = (isset($contact_array[$counter]))?$contact_array[$counter]:""; echo '<input type="text" size="13" name="contacts[]" value="'.$contact.'" id="contact'.$counter.'" />'; $counter++; } } echo '<br>'.'<img src="images/'.$show.'">';

Categories : PHP

Get input type=text to look like type=password
In WebKit-based browsers you can do so using the -webkit-text-security property. It even allows you to select the shape of the bullets (disc, circle, square). input.pw { -webkit-text-security: disc; } Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/ThiefMaster/6uJJw/1/ However, this is apparently non-standard. At least the Safari CSS docs say it's an "Apple Extension". It works fine in Chrome - obviously - but I don't think any other rendering engine supports it...

Categories : HTML

Using [] as in type="text" input name?
The name attribute for an input is very flexible - you can include almost any character, although you probably don't want to explore too many options. When a form like this is submitted the data is submitted as you see it, all with the same name as you'd expect. On the server side, however, things can be different. In this case PHP specifically will interpret a name such as testing[] as an array element, and will combine all input fields with such a name into a single array. It's a great way to pass variable length data into a PHP script. this is not so much about HTML standards as PHP being helpful.

Categories : PHP

input type text not going in the same position?
You can give the proper styles to label: label { display: inline-block; width: 120px; text-align: right; } Here you make label display as a inline block element, give it exact width, and make text align to right. Hence, you get the inputs nicely aligned under each other. Btw, it's not good to style all labels like this. You'd better give some id to the form and use #myForm label as the selector. See in fiddle

Categories : CSS

Using together
No, you cannot do that. Not directly. You should attach the name attribute to the select element. Then $_GET will contain your_select_name=option_value. Then just correlate your $_GET['type'] and $_GET['value'] in the backend. <form method="GET"> <select name="type"> <option value='artist'>Artist</option> <option value='song'>Song</option> </select> <input type='text' name='value' /> </form> <?php echo $_GET['type']; // 'artist' or 'song' echo $_GET['value']; // value of text input P.S.: If you need to be strict about forming your URL, you can either provide two inputs and rig up a simple JS script that will hide the input not related to your select choice. Actually, this idea calls for a little elaboration:

Categories : PHP

How do I Validate If input type text isn't empty - PHP
The issue with your code is this section of logic: if($nml<1) { if($eml<1) { if($msgl<1) { exit(/* simplified for clarity */); } exit(/* simplified for clarity */); } exit(/* simplified for clarity */); } You have nested the if statements, so the ONLY time any of them will trigger is if $nml < 1 To properly do this, I would suggest using the OR operator - ||, or else putting each if separately. OR method: if($nml<1 || $eml<1 || $msgl<1) { exit(/* simplified for clarity */); } If each message needs to be different, then separate if statements, like so: if($nml<1) { exit(/* simplified for clarity */); } if($eml<1) { exit(/* simplified for clarity */); } if($msgl<1) { exit(/* s

Categories : PHP

Detect changes on input[type="text"] immediately
As stated by another answer, calling change for a programmatic change shouldn't seem like a hack of any sort, and in fact may be the best and only way to do so. var oInpt = $('input.inpt') oInpt.on("change", function(oEvent) { }); function changeValue(sStr) { oInpt.val(sStr); oInpt.trigger("change"); }

Categories : Javascript

Superscript in input field of text type
<input> is not a container, and so does not 'contain' any html. The value attribute of <input> must be plain text, so no you can't do what I believe you're attempting. There are workarounds however, of varying usefulness, depending on what you really need to do. See Superscript text in HTML <input type="submit" /> Further, you might also find the use of 'editable' content in a <div> to be of value. See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Content_Editable

Categories : Javascript

styling text in a input type check box
In your code you are trying to cross out the checkbox value, and not the entire selector. One way to achieve would be to use parent instead and cross out everything. But that would cross your image as well. $("img[data-disable-checkbox='true']").next().prop("disabled", "disabled") .parent() .css({"text-decoration":"line-through"}); Alternatively, you can surround your text with a span, and cross out that. <label> <img data-disable-checkbox="true"> <input type="checkbox" /> <span> This checkbox value </span> </label> And: $("img[data-disable-checkbox='true']") .next().prop("disabled", "disabled") .next() .css({"text-decoration":"line-through"});

Categories : Jquery

Combine input type="text" and select tag
Hello you could use html5 to achieve that easily, its called a datalist its a new form type in html5 which is very useful hope this helps - Andrew <datalist id="browsers"> <option value="Internet Explorer"> <option value="Firefox"> <option value="Chrome"> <option value="Opera"> <option value="Safari"> </datalist>

Categories : Javascript

input[type="text"]:disabled not working for IE
Only IE9+ supports the :disabled pseudo-selector as per the MSDN docs. IE7+ supports CSS attributes selectors though: input[type="text"][disabled] { background: red; }

Categories : CSS

preventDefault() not working in a input type text
You are wanting to prevent the default action of the Event (which is passed in as the parameter for your event function, you are calling it e). this is the element that is the target of your event (ie: in this case e.target which will be your #Login element) and not an event itself, this does not have a preventDefault(). Just use the Event object for this as well: $('#Login').keydown(function(e){ if(e.which == 32){ e.preventDefault(); } }); With the above you'll see the event is cancelled every time you hit the space bar within #Login: http://jsfiddle.net/xWmUU/

Categories : Javascript

Input Control type Text Reference In Code Behind
If you want to use html elements in a code behind you have to add the runat=server attribute. <input runat="server" id="Name" type="text" name="Name" ClientIdMode="static"/> Setting the ClientIdMode to static should allow you to use the same id in the code behind as in the html, just be careful not to create conflicts. Name will be cast as an HtmlInputControl, and when the page posts back, Name.Value will have the value of the input with the text that was entered. So then you can do: cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("parameterename", Name.Value);

Categories : C#

Check value if empty from multiple id on input type text
if($("input[name^='name_']" ).val()=="") { // alert for "name_" input return false ; } if($("input[name^='address_']" ).val()=="") { // alert for "address_" input return false ; } reference attribute start with selector

Categories : Jquery

input type text width is different in chrome and firefox
Unless you specify a strict appearance for the fields using CSS, both browsers will use their default input widgets (which are different, and depend on OS, ...). The problem occurs when using no/not enough CSS.

Categories : HTML

how to fetch value from in codeigniter
when you are posting array data in your controller you should take it as post array like this function add_records() { //this $name is array $name = $this->input->post('name'); //you can use a foreach loop to insert these data to the data base or you can use //codeigniter insert_batch function }

Categories : Codeigniter

How to change the type of input tag(date to text) in jquery.?
NOT sure you want that kind of code, any ways here it is $('#dataid').attr('type', 'input'); DEMO HERE

Categories : Jquery

jQuery add 7 days to date (input and output type text)
you've attempted to assign an object to $('#end_date'). jQuery deals with this in a different way by altering the value of the input box by leveraging .val('value-here') Try this: $('#start_date').change(function(){ $('#end_date').val(Add7Days()); }); See this fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/zydZ2/ Also, Moment.JS is great for parsing and manipulating dates, I'd strongly recommend checking that out: http://momentjs.com/ Hope this helps!

Categories : Javascript

edit text not accepting numbers , accepts only alphabets (no input type is set)
I experienced a similar problem when my EditText was placed inside a Dialog layout and I was not able to type any digits inside the field (letters and other characters did work just fine), changing the inputType did not help. I realised that I use custom OnKeyListener for my Dialog and that was the problem - false must be returned from inside in case the pressed key should be passed to Dialog's children (including EditText) properly. Then my EditText started working again as it should.

Categories : Android

how to create input (type = text) which accepts values from select option?
Chosen and Select2 are more suitable for this than typeahead: Chosen http://harvesthq.github.io/chosen/ Select2 http://ivaynberg.github.io/select2/

Categories : Javascript

jquery mobile - how to pre-fill text input of type date-time-local
Here you go: jsFiddle To prefill the text input you simply do this: $(document).ready(function() { $("#start_at").val("2013-12-31T15:35"); }); If you want to add seconds and miliseconds add them this way: $(document).ready(function() { $("#start_at").val("2013-12-31T15:35:52.52"); });

Categories : Jquery

Using Javascript to fill form in webview(Android) without element ID of input type- text and password?
Thirst of all make sure that isn't iframe. I believe there was no reason to add a webView for login purposes if you can build native login. Anyway if you need to select inputs you can use: function login(){ document.querySelector("input[name=username]").value = "username"; document.querySelector("input[name= password]").value = "password"; document.forms[0].submit(); } To pass values from Java code to JS you have to write a bridge and trigger JS function You can read how to build bridge here: http://blog.cuelogic.co.in/simple-android-java-javascript-bridge/

Categories : Java

export HTML input type "text" to a specific excel speadsheat starting on the next available line
You can get the row number for the first empty row on the sheet (looking from the bottom of the sheet up) using something like: var xlRow = XlSheet.cells(XlSheet.Rows.Count, 1).End(-4162).Row+1 // -4162==xlUp

Categories : Excel

How to turn a hidden type input into a checkbox type input?
Give all inputs the class input_skill, like this: echo '<div class="skillName"><input type="hidden" name="skill[]" value="' . $userSkills[$x] . '" title="Click to select" class="input_skill">' . $userSkills[$x] . "</div>"; Then use this function to change their types: <script type="text/javascript"> function ShowSkillCheckboxes() { var skills = document.getElementsByClassName("input_skill"); for(var i=0; i<skills.length; i++) skills[i].setAttribute("type","checkbox"); } </script> Keep in mind that the special checked value which the elements get by becoming checkboxes will vanish once you transform the checkboxes back into hidden type inputs. Besides: hidden inputs do not display at all on the webpage. You can say they have 0x0 px dime

Categories : Javascript

Limiting word count in textarea... but when I type in the max number of words, suddenly the input text is converted to one giant string
That problem "feature" is caused by this code (which I changed to stop it): jQuery('textarea#what').change(function() { var words = $(this).val().split(/[s,.-:;]*/); if (words.length > maxWords) { words.splice(maxWords); $(this).val(words.join(" ")); } }); But this simple change (to put a space between words) isn't really what you want. You need something to take some words off the original string. Something like this will get in the ballpark: if (words.length > maxWords) { var content = $(this).val(); content = trimNonWords(content); for (var i = maxWords ; i < words.length ; ++i) { content = content.substring(0, content.length-words[i].length); content = trimNonWords(content); } $(this).val(content); } function trimNonWords(str)

Categories : Javascript

How to detect current input-text's index from an array of input-text with jquery
.index() gets the element's current position relative to it's siblings. You should use a regex to get the number between [ and ] in the input's name. Use this instead: $('input[name^=quantity]').change(function () { var index = $(this).prop('name').match(/[(.*?)]/)[1]; alert(index); }); Here it is working: http://jsfiddle.net/u8HRq/1/ UPDATE: Based on your update here's a working fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/qbmAU/2/ First off ids should be unique so I've changed them to classes and updated the selector for the change event. I've also got .index() working: $(this).index('.quantity') index() usually works by returning the position relative to the matching siblings which is why mine and j08691's answers were working. However, if the elements aren't siblings then you can pas

Categories : Javascript

Display text "loading..." after file is selected in input type="file" element
You cannot change the default text on an input file element. But you can do some work arounds in order to get something similar you want. It may require jQuery or other framework to do the job. This post may help: How to change the button text of <input type="file" />?

Categories : Javascript

Replacing with $_POST['city'] dynamically
(I have been a bit out of touch with PHP.) Capture the HTML of the form with ob_ functions (output buffer). if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST' { ob_start(); ... the CMS outputs HTML ob_end_flush(); $s = ob_get_contents(); Use the name attribute to replace things function postText($matches) { return $_POST[$matches[1]]; } $s = preg_replace_callback('/<[^>]* name="([^">]+)"[^>]*>/', "postText", $s); echo $s; This uses a function for replacing a HTML tag with a name attribute.

Categories : PHP

input type submit vs input type button
To submit your form, the input field must be of the type submit, not button. <input type="submit" name="submit1" class="submit" value="Create Account!" onclick="validateFields()" /> You can also do: <button type="submit" name="submit1" class="submit" onclick="validateFields()"> Create Account! </button> And, to avoid your form from being submitted if there are errors, you can return false: function validateFields() { //do validation if(failed) { return false; } }

Categories : PHP

Knockout bindings on text input value in iframe fail to update when code outside iframe updates the text input
There seems to be an issue with triggering the change event using the parent's instance of jQuery. You should be able to make this work using something like: var myFrame = document.getElementById("myIFrame").contentWindow; myFrame.$("#insideTextBox").val("testing").change();

Categories : Knockout Js

when javascript function alter html input text ,I want the input text trigger a event like calling other JS function
You can call it yourself. var counter = 0; function AlterText(){ counter=counter +1; document.getElementById('txtbox1').value = counter; AlertMe.call(document.getElementById('txtbox1')); } function AlertMe(){ alert("Done!.."); }

Categories : Javascript

jquery set value from input type file multifile to input type file single file for multiple file upload
It is not possible to programatically select files into a an <input type="file" />. The reason for this is security. Consider if it was possible - it would mean that unscrupulous developers could essentially steal files from visitors computers by using Javascript to select a file and submit the form without the user knowing.

Categories : Jquery



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