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  1. Hi everyone I am building a CRM system/invoicing system in my spare time and on this system I have 2 login pages (there is a reason but its long). one for the CRM system and one for the invoicing section. They bother work perfectly well but I have a really annoying issue, If I were to store the login information to chrome passwords for example to the CRM system It would auto suggest to the other login and vice versa. This wouldn't be a problem but the CRM login is username based, the invoicing section is login by email for additional security. they're both called login.php the two files are /htdocs/login.php and /htdocs/invoicing/login.php I added a remember me cookie to the CRM system in hope that this would get around the issue but unfortunately the chrome saved information over rides this, I also tried autocomplete="off" as I am using bootstrap as a framework. How can I get around this?
  2. When I click on the letter of the alphabet on my form page, it will bring up the results of my query. I got this part working. The next part is to be able to click on any of the populated results and have it autofill my form with organization, first name, last name, email address and phone number. I know that I need to use Ajax and jQuery to accomplish this. Here is my html <!-- Letter Search --> <div class="searchBox span12"> <h3>Choose the First Letter of the Person's Last Name</h3> <ul> <li class="alphabets" id="A"><a href="?by=A">A</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="B"><a href="?by=B">B</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="C"><a href="?by=C">C</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="D"><a href="?by=D">D</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="E"><a href="?by=E">E</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="F"><a href="?by=F">F</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="G"><a href="?by=G">G</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="H"><a href="?by=H">H</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="I"><a href="?by=I">I</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="J"><a href="?by=J">J</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="K"><a href="?by=K">K</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="L"><a href="?by=L">L</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="M"><a href="?by=M">M</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="N"><a href="?by=N">N</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="O"><a href="?by=O">O</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="P"><a href="?by=P">P</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="Q"><a href="?by=Q">Q</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="R"><a href="?by=R">R</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="S"><a href="?by=S">S</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="T"><a href="?by=T">T</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="U"><a href="?by=U">U</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="V"><a href="?by=V">V</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="W"><a href="?by=W">W</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="X"><a href="?by=X">X</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="Y"><a href="?by=Y">Y</a></li> <li class="alphabets" id="Z"><a href="?by=Z">Z</a></li> </ul> <? include('search.php'); ?> </div> <hr style="color:#ccc; margin-bottom:20px;" /> <!-- Main Form --> <div id="mainForm"> <form method="post" id="icsForm" class="searchBox span12"> <div id="col1" class"span6"> <h3>Contact Information</h3> <label>Church / Organization:</label><input type="text" name="organization" id="organization" class="span6 upright" /><br /> <label>First Name:</label><input type="text" name="firstName" id="firstName" class="span6 upright" /> <label>Last Name:</label><input type="text" name="lastName" id="lastName" class="span6 left upright" /> <label>Email Address:</label><input type="text" name="email" id="email" class="span6 left upright" /> <label>Phone Number:</label><input type="text" name="phone" id="phone" class="span6 left upright" /> </div> </div> Here is my php if(preg_match("/^[A-Z | a-z]+/", $_POST['name'])){ $name=$_POST['name']; } if(isset($_GET['by'])){ $letter=$_GET['by']; //query to sort by last name $sql="SELECT contact_id, first_name, last_name, church_org, email_address, phone_number FROM ics_data WHERE last_name LIKE '$letter%' ORDER BY last_name ASC"; //run the query against the mysql query function $result=mysql_query($sql); //count results $numrows=mysql_num_rows($result); echo "<p>" .$numrows . " results found for " . $letter . "</p>"; //Create while loop and loop through result set while($row=mysql_fetch_array($result)){ $first_name=$row['first_name']; $last_name=$row['last_name']; $church_org=$row['church_org']; $email_address=$row['email_address']; $phone_number=$row['phone_number']; $contact_id=$row['contact_id']; //display the result of the array echo "<div id=\"search-results\">"; echo "<ul class=\"letter-results\">\n"; echo "<li class=\"result-row\">" . "<a href=\"#\" class=\"testclass\">" .$first_name . " " .$last_name . "". ", " ."" .$church_org ."</a></li>\n"; echo "</ul>"; echo "</div>"; } } Here is my Javascript file (Ajax) $(document).ready( function() { function formfill() { var organization = $('#organization').val(); var firstname = $('#firstname').val(); var lastname = $('#lastname').val(); var email = $('#email').val(); var phone = $('#phone').val(); $.ajax ({ method: "GET", url: "search.php", dataType: 'json', data: { organization:organization, firstname:firstname, lastname:lastname, email:email, phone:phone }, type: "POST", success: function(data) { $organization $firstname $lastname $email $phone }, failure: function() { alert('fail!'); } }); } I know that I do not have a reference yet to JSON in my php file and that it is needed. I'm not solid on the Ajax part. That is the part that is tripping me up. I know that I need to make the form autofill when clicking on a specific result returned from my query... but i'm not sure how to do that. Thank you in advance for any help or advice you can give!! I am relatively new to programming. Hopefully I posted this in the right forum as a lot of these technologies overlap.
  3. Hello I was wondering how could i autofill a form based on a drop down list using raw php and mysql . I know that the connection to database would have to be established but what next ? Any Pointers would be helpful Also check the attached photo to maybe understand more than I'm explaining
  4. I'm trying to get to grips with javascript, while conjuring up a form with suggestions built in; the form has two parts that autofill, the second part (var availableTags) of the script works fine, but the first part (var availableCust) doesn't, can anyone point out where I may have gone wrong? Thanks code: <script> /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// $(function() { var availableCust = [ <?php $sql = "SELECT * FROM `companyuser`.`customerDetails` ORDER BY `customerDetails`.`Account_Name` ASC "; $result = mysql_query($sql); while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { $value2 = $row['Address1']; $value1 = $row['Account_Name']; echo "'$value1 - $value2',\n"; } echo "'other'\n"; ?> ]; $( '#recipient' ).autocomplete({ source: availableCust }); }); /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// $(function() { var availableTags = [ <?php $sql = "SELECT * FROM `fullstocklist`"; $result = mysql_query($sql); while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { $value4 = $row['Part_Name']; $value3 = $row['company_PartNo']; echo "'$value3 - $value4',\n"; } echo "'other'\n"; ?> ]; $( '#tags1' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags2' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags3' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags4' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags5' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags6' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags7' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags8' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags9' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags10' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags11' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); $( '#tags12' ).autocomplete({ source: availableTags }); }); /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// </script>
  5. Having just barely got to grips with PHP, I have made a PHP app that can be used to fill out out forms, at the moment it is a step by step process, loading a different function from a PHP file full of functions, loaded one at a time; when filling in an address, it is possible to load an address previously used, this is simply done by reloading the same PHP function with a MySQL lookup, it works great as is, but to make the app work more dynamically, I'd need to allow the user to fill in the whole form in one go. However, to write the whole form in one go I'd need to load this address into a possibly half completed form... As far as I can tell this isn't something suited to PHP, I believe JavaScript is the way to go; however I have never worked with JavaScript before, I was hoping someone could point me toward some tutorials and some relevant sample code for me to read through. Thanks!
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