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  1. I have a simple setup where I have a collapsed menu. When you click on the button, it will open a menu. If the menu is already opened and you open another menu, the previous menu will collapse. All that works. The only thing I noticed is that It will not collapse the opened menu if I click the same button. That menu will only collapse if I open a different menu. I was wondering how the code below will look with that extra function added? Here's the code for that. <h5 class="mobile-collapse__title">Title Button</h5> <div class="mobile-collapse__content"> <ul> <li>list 1</li> <li>list 2</li> <li>list 3</li> </ul> </div> <script> $(document).ready(function($){ $(".mobile-collapse__title").click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); $('.mobile-collapse__content:visible').hide(); $(this).next('div.mobile-collapse__content').show(); }); }); </script>
  2. This is the code for a dynamic dropdown list which i use to create a record. It works. But i find it slow when updating a record. It takes time to load the cities dropdown data. I am wondering, is there a more efficient way to do this dropdown so it loads the data more quickly? <script> function getCity(val) { $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "../snippets/get_cities.php", data:'state_id='+val, success: function(data){ $("#city-list").html(data); } }); } function getState(val) { $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "../snippets/get_states.php", data:'country_id='+val, success: function(data){ $("#state-list").html(data); } }); } function selectCountry(val) { $("#search-box").val(val); $("#suggesstion-box").hide(); } </script> <fieldset> <label>Location:</label><br/> <select name="country" id="country-list" onChange="getState(this.value);"> <option value="">Select Country</option> <?php $get_countries = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM countries2"); $get_countries->execute(); $result_countries = $get_countries->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_countries) > 0) { foreach($result_countries as $row) { $get_country_id = trim($row['id']); $get_country_name = trim($row['name']); ?><option value="<?php echo $get_country_id; ?>" <?php if($record_country_id == $get_country_id) { echo 'selected'; }; ?>><?php echo $get_country_name; ?></option><?php } } ?> </select> <select name="state" id="state-list" onChange="getCity(this.value);"> <option value="">Select State/Province</option> <?php $get_states = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM states"); $get_states->execute(); $result_states = $get_states->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_states) > 0) { foreach($result_states as $row) { $get_state_id = trim($row['id']); $get_state_name = trim($row['name']); ?><option value="<?php echo $get_state_id; ?>" <?php if($record_state_id == $get_state_id) { echo 'selected'; }; ?>><?php echo $get_state_name; ?></option><?php } } ?> </select> <select name="city" id="city-list"> <option value="">Select City</option> <?php $get_cities = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM cities"); $get_cities->execute(); $result_cities = $get_cities->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_cities) > 0) { foreach($result_cities as $row) { $get_city_id = trim($row['id']); $get_city_name = trim($row['name']); ?><option value="<?php echo $get_city_id; ?>" <?php if($record_city_id == $get_city_id) { echo 'selected'; }; ?>><?php echo $get_city_name; ?></option><?php } } ?> </select> </fieldset>
  3. Is it possible to format the menu items in the drop down box? Below is the code used at the moment. What I would like is to make Yes = Green, No = Red and N/A stay black. I tried using the class and style setting on the inline code but had no luck. Can anyone please shed some light on how I would go about this? <select name="ob_admin_quals" class="standard_left" id="ob_admin_quals"> <option value="Yes"<?php echo($ob_admin_quals == 'Yes') ? ' selected' : '';?>>Yes</option> <option value="No"<?php echo($ob_admin_quals == 'No') ? ' selected' : '';?>>No</option> <option value="N/A"<?php echo($ob_admin_quals == 'N/A') ? ' selected' : '';?>>N/A</option> </select>
  4. http://www.tirerack.com/content/tirerack/desktop/en/wheels.html See the window where it says "Shop by Vehicle"? Is there a script already out there that does the dropdown search by make/model/year? I am only looking for the front-end code; javascript/jquery code in particular.
  5. Right now I have a mobile dropdown that works fine. The only issue I have is that when viewing it on my smartphone, the dropdown gets cut off at the bottom and I am unable to scroll it down to rest of it. Is there a way to fix it so that It's scrollable? Here's my js code of the dropdown. $(document).ready(function() { $(".nav-mobile li a").each(function() { if ($(this).next().length > 0) { $(this).addClass("parent-arrow"); } }) $(".toggle-mobile-menu").click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); $(this).toggleClass("active-mobile"); $(".nav-mobile").toggle(); }); adjustMenu(); }); $(window).bind('resize orientationchange', function() { ww = document.body.clientWidth; adjustMenu(); }); var adjustMenu = function() { var ww = document.body.clientWidth; if (ww <= 850) { $(".toggle-mobile-menu").css("display", "block"); if (!$(".toggle-mobile-menu").hasClass("active-mobile")) { $(".nav-mobile").hide(); } else { $(".nav-mobile").show(); } $(".nav-mobile li").unbind('mouseenter mouseleave'); $(".nav-mobile li a.parent-arrow").unbind('click').bind('click', function(e) { // must be attached to anchor element to prevent bubbling e.preventDefault(); $(this).parent("li").toggleClass("hover"); }); } else if (ww > 850) { $(".toggle-mobile-menu").css("display", "none"); $(".nav-mobile").hide(); $(".nav-mobile li").removeClass("hover"); $(".nav-mobile li a").unbind('click'); $(".nav-mobile li").unbind('mouseenter mouseleave').bind('mouseenter mouseleave', function() { // must be attached to li so that mouseleave is not triggered when hover over submenu $(this).toggleClass('hover'); }); } }
  6. Hi all, Trying to update two rows in a MySQL table using MySQLi and PHP with values from a bootstrap dropdown. No errors or anything (have error reporting turned on), just nothing is updated in the database. Here is the update code (if anyone has a prepared version of it would love to have it). if(isset($_POST['Update'])){//if the submit button is clicked if(isset($_GET['issue_id']) && isset($_POST['issue_priority']) && isset($_POST['issue_status'])) { $sql="UPDATE maintenance_requests SET issue_status='$issue_status', issue_priority='$issue_priority' WHERE issue_id='".$_GET['issue_id']."'"; $link->query($sql) or die("Cannot update");//update or error } } ?> And here is the form: <form role="form" method="POST" action="" /> <table class="table table-striped table-bordered table-hover" id="bookings_table"> <thead> <tr> <th class="text-center">Issue ID</th> <th class="text-center">Driver Name</th> <th class="text-center">Date Submitted</th> <th class="text-center">Fleet Number</th> <th class="text-center">Issue</th> <th class="text-center">Description</th> <th class="text-center">Priority</th> <th class="text-center">Status</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr class="odd gradeX"> <td class="text-center"><?php echo $issue_id; ?></td> <td class="text-center"><?php echo $driver_name; ?></td> <td class="text-center"><?php echo $issue_date; ?></td> <td class="text-center"><?php echo $fleet_number; ?></td> <td class="text-center"><?php echo $issue_name; ?></td> <td class="text-center"><?php echo $issue_description; ?></td> <td class="text-center"> <select name="issue_priority"> <option value="" hidden="hidden"><?php echo $issue_priority; ?></option> <option value="High">High</option> <option value="Medium">Medium</option> <option value="Low">Low</option> </select> </td> <td class="text-center"> <select name="issue_status"> <option value="" hidden="hidden"><?php echo $issue_status; ?></option> <option Value="Open">Open</option> <option Value="Pending">Pending</option> <option value="Repaired">Repaired</option> </select> </td> </tr> </tbody> <?php } $stmt -> close(); } mysqli_close($link); ?> </table> <input type="submit" class="btn btn-default" name="Update" value="Update Issue"> </div> </form> Any help would be really appreciated. Have searched the forums and searched Google but nothing found. Thanks heaps.
  7. Hi all ! I am using this tutorial and I am modifying it to include csrf protection. The index.php uses getToken(); to generate an anti-csrf token which is then inserted in the form as a hidden input field as below: <tr> <td> <select id="country_dropdown" > <option value="-1">Select country</option> <?php while($stmt->fetch()) { ?> <option value="<?php echo $country_id ?>"><?php echo $country_name ?></option } <?php // token added as hidden field echo '<input type = "hidden" name = "token" value = "'.$_SESSION['token'].'" />'; ?> </select> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <select id="state_dropdown" > <?php echo $_SESSION['token']; // debug ?> <option value="-1">Select state</option> </select> <?php // The token does not change even when it is changed in loaddata.php. The change values // does not get reflected here. So adding the below code is useless, so commented out. // echo '<input type = "hidden" name = "token" value = "'.$_SESSION['token'].'" />'; ?> <span id="state_loader"></span> </td> </tr> This scheme works if the same token is to be used for all drop downs. If I change destroy and change the token in loaddata.php, the ajax response file, where the data is sent and received from for proceeding to the next drop-down, the change in the token value is not reflected in the index.php since, i guess, that file is not refreshed to load the new token value. So how can I make this work? Please help. Thanks !
  8. Hi I have an issue to insert data from dropdown to mysql. It is inserting the partial data to database Example: if selection is Account Dept, but inserted only Account. missing Dept if selection is Non Active, inserted only Non. missing Active. whatever coming after space, it cannot be inserted. It happens only in dropdown control. In Database, using varchar(30) for column Pls advice where I did wrong. Thank you Maideen Here is my HTML code <label>Status</label> <select class="form-control" data-placeholder="Choose a Category" name="status"> <option></option> <?php $sql = "select * from tbl_parameter where paramhead ='STATUS' order by paramdetails"; $stmt = $pdo->prepare($sql); $stmt->execute(); while ($row = $stmt->fetch()) { $optvalue = $row['paramdetails']; print '<option value ='.$optvalue.'>' .$row['paramdetails']. '</option>'; } ?> </select> php code if(isset($_POST['add'])) { if($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") { $staffid =$_POST['staffid']; $staffname =$_POST['staffname']; $gender =$_POST['gender']; $department=$_POST['department']; $emailid=$_POST['emailid']; $hpno=$_POST['hpno']; $address=$_POST['address']; $city=$_POST['city']; $state=$_POST['state']; $country=$_POST['country']; $status=$_POST['status']; $createdby=$_COOKIE['username']; $time = strftime("%X"); $date = strftime("%B %d,%Y"); $createdon = date("Y-m-d H:i:s"); $terminal=$_COOKIE['terminal']; $bool = true; $sql="insert into tbl_staff_master(staffid,staffname,gender,department,emailid,hpno,address,city,state,country,status,createdby,createdon,terminal) values ('$staffid','$staffname','$gender','$department','$emailid','$hpno','$address','$city','$state','$country','$status','$createdby','$createdon','$terminal')"; $stmt=$pdo->prepare($sql); $stmt->execute(); $pdo = null; print '<script>alert("Saved");</script>'; header("location:staff_add.php"); } }
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