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#18041 - 04/02/03 06:58 AM Anyone good with javascript?  
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I want to creat a dynamic form. What I want to do is create a page with a single drop down menu. Depending on what you select I want changes to occur in page. That is to say I want more form elements to apear after you make your selection. I have toyed with some code from UBB and got the following.

http://www.wethe.com/real_time.php

anyone know how to creat new form elements?

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#18042 - 04/02/03 07:53 AM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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I think I found a NICE site to answer my question,

http://developer.apple.com

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#18044 - 04/03/03 04:29 PM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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umm are you meaning PHP?

#18045 - 04/03/03 07:19 PM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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it'd be javascript, I've seen a few good ones, www.radioshack.ca has one lol... If you find out gimme a holler, i'd love to poke around with it!


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#18046 - 04/05/03 07:58 AM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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http://developer.apple.com/internet/javascript/

This site has a good tut if you only need to mak a few dynamic changes. I found the form I had to build took far too long to load. Basicaly you build X# of forms all in one page and use CSS the <Div> tag and JavaScript to show and hide the forms or elements.

The script is fairly complicated as far as javascript goes but it is possible.

I found an alomost I deticle solution on http://www.webmonkey.com in the builder section. Thau's Javascript Tutorial, section 5.

#18047 - 04/06/03 06:52 PM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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i think you could use vbScript and it wouldn't be as difficult....

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<html>
<head>
<script language=vbScript>
Sub cmdButton_OnClick
Form1.txtBox.style.visibility = "hidden"
End Sub
</script>
</head>
<body>
<form name=Form1>
<input type=text name=txtBox value="">

<input type=button name=cmdButton value="click me">
</form>
</body>
</html>  
and Form1.txtBox.style.visibility = "visible" would make it visible again.


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#18048 - 04/10/03 08:17 AM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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I tryed you script here

http://promodtecnologies.com/~rrfn/Scripts/htmltest.html

It didn't work..

#18049 - 04/10/03 08:57 PM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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http://www.currantech.com/vbscript.html

it does work, if you copied it into your thing you likely caused the cmdButton_OnClick to run together with Form1.txtBox.style, it must be on different lines. view the source of my example and see.


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#18050 - 04/11/03 06:37 AM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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I see, /me retract statement. Know any liks to VB tuts? and dose it only work in IE?

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#18051 - 04/11/03 07:24 PM Re: Anyone good with javascript?  
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it didn't work for me in opera or netscape.

there is a vbscript tutorial at:
http://www.intranetjournal.com/corner/wrox/progref/vbt/

use google for more.


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