JQuery :: Show Value In A Text Box After Click Event?
Oct 20, 2010
I've two text box startdate and enddate. I will input two date into two text box one is txtBoxStartDate and another one txtBoxEndDate. I want to show the duration of these two dates after I just click on duration text box.
I've found posts about making a click event with jQuery for a button, however I need a little more then that. When any postback occurs on a page, I need to fire off a jQuery click event. Based on a condition, I want to continue processing (including running the server-side event code after the jQuery code), or, perform a redirect. I'm not quite sure how to go about this.
I have a textbox with autopostback=true and a button to save the data in the form. Functionality works fine when entering a value in the textbox, tabbing out of the textbox and clicking on the save button. But issue comes up when entering a value in the textbox and directly clicking on the save button without tabbing out of the text box. In the second scenario, only textchanged event fires and save click event dosen't fire. What I was expecting was after exection of textchanged event, save click event should also fire. But this is not happening.
I am using fullCalendar and I'm able to populate the calendar with events very easily. And I undertsand the best way to add events to the calendar is through the database. What I need now is to catch and populate an edit event form after the user clicks an event.
I have a link button in a repeater control. the li element is drag and droppable using jquery. when the page loads the the link button works perfectly, the jquery that is attached and the server side code both execute. when I perform a drag and drop then click on the link button it doesnt not fire. when i click it a second time it does fire. If i perform 2 or drag and drops in a row the link button doesnt fire a as many drag adn drops as i before it will fire. for example if if perform 3 drag and drops then it will take about 3 click before the events are fired.
The examples I have seen all show a Facebox by clicking on an anchor. Is it possible to use a button instead? I am modifying an asp.net page that dynamically generates asp:button controls, and would like to not have to replace them with anchors.
i have a menu, what i want is that when i click on parent item of menu then only subitem should display,mean i dont want to display subitem on mouseover. what should i do.Is there any property should i set or i have to write code for it .
I would like to show alert() when user clicks on asp:gridView. in column 1
i has been a gridview that fill by linq; <asp:GridView ID="GridInbox" runat="server" Width="813px" CellPadding="4" ForeColor="#333333" GridLines="None"> </asp:GridView> 2. how can==>column.width=10;
I'm having trouble managing how to call upon databind from clicking on a row over an already populated repeater that will populate data regarding the row clicked TO another repeater on the same page.
I've succeeded doing that with postback, calling a jquery click event of that row, taking the data of the specific row and passing it onto a "Querystring" and after postpack, it will be pushed into a Session which the ObjectDataSource of the secondary repeater will recognize and populate the data tables accordingly.
The problem is, I must do it without a postback or in other words purely on client side.
I have a panel at the top of my page which contains some cascading dropdown lists. Once the user selects from the lists, they will click a 'Search' asp.net button and a gridview will appear below showing the search results. What I want to do is use JQuery to toggle the visibility of the search panel. I tried using the Ajax collapsiblepanelextender but ran into all kinds of problems, because there are many updatepanels and ajax extension controls on this page. It sounds so simple, just hide or show, but I can't get it to work. When I click the button, the panel hides. When I click it again, the panel does not reappear. I have also tried having 2 buttons, 'hide' and 'show', and had the same results. right now here is my code:
I have textbox and checkbox in asp.net page. if the check box checked should have an input mask and if its uncheck should have another input mask. my code is always picking up second condition and I've been advised that I should add click event to run the code whenever the checkbox is clicked and because I'm new with jquery i need help to add click event to my script.
my page are 1 checkbox and 1 hidden label and 1 hidden panel. With the help of forum member raghav_khunger I've managed to write the code which shows panel and label when checkBox is checked. I've also added the code which is checking on every page post back the status of checkbox and hide/show panel and label appropriately. This is working fine.However when I add jQuery Safari checkbox plugin [URL] problems appear.
Looks like the code which is handling click event is doing reverse thing: when panel and label should be hidden are shown. I can change this but then there would be problems because of the second part of the code which is checking checkbox on page load. So when I check the checkbox nothing happens. I must uncheck it and label and panel appears. But if panel is uncheck the label and panel would be hidden because on next page load (when user clicks button next).As I said before the same code is working fine and it's test in all browsers (IE,FF,O,S,C). Maybe there is problem with checkbox plugin since it's in beta version.
I've used textbox in ItemTemplate of gridview. I need a confirm box on textChanged event of the respective text box. If user confirms as Ok/Yes then continue with some code else if user clicks on Cancel/No then do some other action.
I've tried using:
Page page = HttpContext.Current.Handler as Page; ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(page, page.GetType(), "key2", "confirm('Do you want to update?');", true);
I need to capture the 'Update' click event with jQuery in an asp.net GridView and have no way of knowing where to start. I'm still rather new to jQuery. My GridView is attached to a SQLDataSource and, naturally, has all the bells and whistles that that combination affords.