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About vincej

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  1. I am new to Javascript, so please forgive me if this is a dumb question See attached screen shot. My JS code computes the value of "cost" and it sets it into the input of a a form using row.val(cost). When it has calculated all the costs for all the products, adding, subtracting and multiplying, I want to find the total. So, I now scan through all the cost inputs using an "each" method and create a sum total. Problem: the calculated cost inputs are visible on the screen. If a user changes their mind about the quantity required on a particular line item, the grand total must be recalculated. However the line totals are calculated. Therefore, they do not appear in the source code, so, I can not grab them using the selector $("input.cost") Question: How do I grab the values of the computed cost values which are visible in the input fields? row.data('price') // THIS IS DECLARED IN AN EARLIER FUNCTION. var runningTotal = 0; // THIS IS DECLARED AS A GLOBAL $("input.quantity").on('change', function() { var row = $(this).parents(':eq(1)').find('input').filter(".cost"); var price = row.data('price'); if (price) { var quantity = parseFloat($(this).val()); var cost = (price * quantity); row.val(cost); // COST INSERTED HERE!! $("input.cost").each(function(){ var ic = $(this).val(); // TRIED USING HTML AND TEXT METHODS. var inputCost = Number(ic); runningTotal += inputCost; }); $("#total").val(runningTotal); } HTML for a typical row: ( I am using Laravel Blade, however this is the rendered HTML) <div class="well form-group "> <div class="col-sm-2 col-md-2"><label for="underlay2">Underlayments:</label></div> <div class="col-sm-4 col-md-4"><select class="form-control product_id" name="product_code[4]"><option selected="selected" value="">None</option><option value="789">BP #15 Plain Felt 36" | $10.00</option><option value="790">BP #30 Plain Felt 36" | $10.00</option></select></div> <div class="col-sm-1 col-md-1"><label for="underlay2_req">Quantity:</label></div> <div class="col-sm-2 col-md-2"><input class="form-control quantity" name="quantity[4]" type="text"></div> <div class="col-sm-1 col-md-1"><label for="cost">Cost:</label></div> <div class="col-sm-2 col-md-2"><input class="form-control cost" readonly="readonly" name="cost[0]" type="text" value=""></div> </div>
  2. I work with PHP and I'm not good with JS. I want to use a Twitter Boostrap tab funnction: http://getbootstrap.com/javascript/#tabs I need some guidance how it uses the JS code mentioned. The code below taken from the Bootstrap page is obvious enough: $('#myTab a').click(function (e) { e.preventDefault() $(this).tab('show') }) What I do not understand is how I am required to use the following code in the context of the previous code. Ok, I get that I have to choose one option, but I don't get how they fit together and I do not get how I can have 5-7 tabs and how they will be highlighted one after the other as per the given example on the Bootstrap page : $('#myTab a[href="#profile"]').tab('show') // Select tab by name $('#myTab a:first').tab('show') // Select first tab $('#myTab a:last').tab('show') // Select last tab $('#myTab li:eq(2) a').tab('show') // Select third tab (0-indexed) Many thanks for all your help !
  3. Hi - My app is built with Codeigniter and so if I turn on CSRF on CI inside the config I get the token being created on my page - good. But I have 1 page ( "shopping cart") which uses Scriptaculous Ajax.Updater function : http://api.prototypejs.org/ajax/Ajax/Updater/ When I turn on CSRF my shopping cart page refuses to function in terms of updating the cart or deleting any items from the cart. These are both js functions. I am really stuck - any help would be a God send. Thank You !! Here is the code: UpDate JS Function: function jsUpdateCart(){ var parameter_string = ''; allNodes = document.getElementsByClassName("process"); for(i = 0; i < allNodes.length; i++) { var tempid = allNodes[i].id; var temp = new Array; temp = tempid.split("_"); var real_id = temp[2]; var real_value = allNodes[i].value; parameter_string += real_id +':'+real_value+','; } var params = 'ids='+parameter_string; var ajax = new Ajax.Updater( 'ajax_msg','http://localhost/mysite/index.php/welcome/ajax_cart', {method:'post',parameters:params,onComplete:showMessage} ); }
  4. Yup, the nice person left some friendly messages just to prove it. Now i need to recover. I have back up code and DB. But I need to establish what kind of hack it was and how to improve things. The big tell tale, is that all the javascript is gone off the pages. Yet the js tools ( jquery etc ) all all still there. They also got past the login page as well. The site was built with CodeIgniter so I had invested my trust in the framework as I will never assume I know more than the CI guys on security. any ideas jump to mind as to what kind of hack it was and therefore what obvious things I can do to avoid it again ? Many Thanks !!

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