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  1. I'm struggling to produce results to the screen from the following code: HTML: <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.1.4.js"></script> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.4/jquery-ui.js"></script> <script src="../scripts/autocomplete.js"></script> <div> <input type='text' class='search_input' name='search' id='search' placeholder='search' autofocus onkeypress='search_func("http://webfarm.io/subs/homefront/list_articles.php" , "search_output")'> <div id='search_output' class='search_output'></div> </div> Javascript: function search_func( href , target){ var search = $("#search").val(); search = $.trim(search); if(search){ $.ajax({ method: "POST", url: href , data: { search: search } }) .done(function( msg ) { target.innerHTML = msg; // as above, data holds the result of the request, so all the data returned from your results.php file are in this param but please see below; console.log(msg); }); } else { target.innerHTML = ''; } } What am I doing wrong? Why won't it produce the desired results? Sorry if I'm looking like a help vamp, but I'm not trying to be.
  2. I have a working autocomplete which connects to my database using ajax. I am trying to include a function where the user can scroll through the results list using the up/down arrow keys. All of the suggestions I found in google basically broke my autocomplete and yes I've installed the latest Jquery. Also, for some reason the user has to click the upper half of the search result in order for the data to display otherwise it won't register for some reason any ideas about that? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks <script type="text/javascript"> $(function(){ $(".search").keyup(function() { var searchid = $(this).val(); var dataString = 'search='+ searchid; if(searchid!='') { $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "search.php", data: dataString, cache: false, success: function(html) { $("#result").html(html).show(); } }); }return false; }); jQuery("#result").live("click",function(e){ var $clicked = $(e.target); var $name = $clicked.find('.name').html(); var decoded = $("<div/>").html($name).text(); $('#searchid').val(decoded); var yourLinkHref= $(this).attr('href'); window.location = "mainpage.php?TopicName=" + $name; }); jQuery(document).live("click", function(e) { var $clicked = $(e.target); if (! $clicked.hasClass("search")){ jQuery("#result").fadeOut(); } }); $('#searchid').click(function(){ jQuery("#result").fadeIn(); }); }); </script>
  3. I read this article. About two thirds down it mentions that you can turn off autocomplete on the entire form if you put it in the form tag. The post is from 2011 though so I was wondering if it is still valid? Does anyone know if this is still correct? So, can I use something like; <form action="example.php" autocomplete="off"> First name:<input type="text" name="fname"> Last name: <input type="text" name="lname"> E-mail: <input type="email" name="email"> <input type="submit"> </form> Or do I need something like; <form action="example.php"> First name:<input type="text" name="fname" autocomplete="off"> Last name: <input type="text" name="lname" autocomplete="off"> E-mail: <input type="email" name="email" autocomplete="off"> <input type="submit"> </form> To be sure...
  4. Hi, I am trying to make an autocomplete search bar - so for example if want to search for "Sony D3256 Camera" and I type "Sony camera" in the search bar, it still suggest the "Sony D3256 Camera". The ones that I found on blogs and forums are the ones that shows the suggestion until you break the sequence of the name. I am using PHP and MySQL Is this possible, or cannot be done?
  5. Hi, I'm trying to build a search function for my website with a jQuery auto-complete feature implemented. I have three columns I need to search for in my database, dev_model, dev_version and dev_model_number. Right now I'm just focusing on getting the query to work with the first two columns. The auto-complete works, but its far from perfect and gives undesired results at times. I've tried multiple different approaches to building my search query. So far, doing a full text search is working the best but its far from perfect. Here's my MYSQL query: SELECT id, brand_id, dev_model, dev_version, MATCH (dev_model,dev_version) AGAINST ('+" . $database->escape_values($parts[$i]) . "*' IN BOOLEAN MODE) AS SCORE FROM devices WHERE MATCH (dev_model,dev_version) AGAINST ('+" . $database->escape_values($parts[$i]) . "*' IN BOOLEAN MODE) ORDER BY SCORE DESC LIMIT 4 My search page: http://www.fonefox.com/fonefox/public/index1.php If you search for example 'Galaxy S4', as soon as you start typing the 'S4' (dev_version), the autocomplete hides the Galaxy S4 phone from the search. No idea why, but if the 'dev_version' string is greater then 4 characters it WILL work. Another issue is, you could search 'Galaxy S4 Lumia 1020', and it will return results for a Lumia 1020 which has no relevance to "Galaxy" or "S4". I'm guessing that I need to somehow concatenate dev_model and dev_version before comparing my search terms to it. I'm just not sure how to approach this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I have a form with elements of the jquery autocomplete, it is possible to look up clients this way. however, I'd like other form elements below such as address or telephone number to be filled in automatically when a client is selected. Is this possible with jquery? I can't seem to find anything documenting it.. Thanks
  7. Hi all, I am making a flight search engine where i am trying to create a autocomplete textbox. I mean when a user starts typing in the textbox, it will show all related data from my database table. I am new to programming and therefore I have adopt a code from online but it doesn't work, I don't know why. Can anyone please help? If you know any other easy way of doing it, please tell me also This is my Javascript code: <script type="text/javascript" src="js/jquery-1.4.2.js"></script> <script type='text/javascript' src="js/jquery.autocomplete.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $().ready(function() { $("#depAirport").autocomplete("autoCompleteMain.php", { width: 260, matchContains: true, //mustMatch: true, //minChars: 0, //multiple: true, //highlight: false, //multipleSeparator: ",", selectFirst: false }); }); </script> This is my html: <form> <label for="depAirport">Deperture airport</label> <input type="text" id="depAirport" name="depAirport" placeholder="Type destination airport" required autofocus> </form> and this is my php: <?php $host="localhost"; // Host name $username="root"; // Mysql username $password="root"; // Mysql password $db_name="airline_database"; // Database name $con = mysql_connect($host,$username,$password) or die(mysql_error()); mysql_select_db($db_name, $con) or die(mysql_error()); $q = strtolower($_GET["q"]); if (!$q) return; $sql = "select DISTINCT departure_airport as departure_airport from depAirport where departure_airport LIKE '%$q%'"; $rsd = mysql_query($sql); while($rs = mysql_fetch_array($rsd)) { $cname = $rs['departure_airport']; echo "$cname\n"; } ?> PLEASE HELP ASAP
  8. I'm hoping someone can help me out with this, I'm relatively new to PHP as my background is ASP, so I'm a bit stuck. I'm using the following code as demonstrated here htmlblog.us/jquery-autocomplete ...and I've customized it (slightly) to pull information from my mysql database. Everything is working fine, however, my problem is that when the user selects a specific location from the dropdown, its passing over the suburb, the state, and the postcode. I only want to pass over the postcode value, so I can handle the results easily on the search results page. If I use this.... while( $row = mysql_fetch_array($rs, MYSQL_ASSOC) ) { $data[] = array( 'label' => $row['pcode_area'] .', '. $row['pcode_state'] .' '. $row['pcode_postcode'] , 'value' => $row['pcode_area'] .', '. $row['pcode_state'] .' '. $row['pcode_postcode'] .'; ' ); It posts this to my search results page... (eg showing a search for Brisbane, QLD; 4000) Array ( [zipsearch] => BRISBANE, QLD 4000; ) I only want the postcode value. So instead, I would like ... Array ( [zipsearch] => 4000; ) I tried doing this.... while( $row = mysql_fetch_array($rs, MYSQL_ASSOC) ) { $data[] = array( 'label' => $row['pcode_area'] .', '. $row['pcode_state'] .' '. $row['pcode_postcode'] , 'value' => $row['pcode_postcode'] .'; ' ); ..which passes over just the postcode like I want, but that's no good because upon selection, the suburb and state disappear leaving just the postcode in the selection box, which may confuse people. I'm pretty sure there's an easy way to do this, but being new to PHP, I'm a bit lost. I would really appreciate some help with this, as I'd like to get this sorted ASAP. Thank you. John
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