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Found 4 results

  1. I've got an HTML 5 date input box working on my site. Anyone know how to make the whole thing selectable like a drop down (select) box? Currently you can only select it by clicking on the arrow at the far right of it. I don't mind about losing the cross or up and down arrows. I just want the field to be fully selectable like a drop down box. Any ideas please? Thanks.
  2. Hi everyone, The following code is aimed to show "aaa aaa" as default value for input box in a form: <?php //xxx.php $db = mysqli_connect('localhost', '', '', ''); ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <form method="POST" action="xxx.php"> <input type="text" name="id" class="id_input" value=<?php echo 'aaa aaa';?>> </form> </body> </html>
  3. Hi, I am having a small issue with a front end html form, which through a series of looped input fields will update multiple WordPress posts at once, on submisson. The issue i'm having currently, is on submission it's only updating 1 post. I have found a solution to my problem, here: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/206372/how-to-handle-dynamic-form-data-with-repeating-fields But as i am still a bit of a novice, I have tried to apply the max_id solution to my code below, so far i've not got it to work. Using the solution on the above link, I don't suppose someone could show/tell me, what the code should be in it's entirety?? Including the foreach section, thanks! foreach( $testArray as $value ) { $post_information = array( 'post_title' => $value, 'post_status' => 'publish', // Choose: publish, preview, future, draft, etc. 'post_type' => 'predictions' //'post',page' or use a custom post type if you want to ); //update post wp_update_post($post_information);
  4. You know when you type text into a form input and it automatically types the same text in another div? Well I am trying to do the same thing but instead show the same text value from the div 1 to div 2. Here is my code. It works with the input text field but not with the textarea. Can you tell me why? <input type="text" name="title" id="title" value="" maxlength="55" /> <textarea name="details" id="details" value="" maxlength="160" ></textarea> <!-- Values show up in these inputs --> <input type="text" name="seo_page_title" id="seo_page_title" value="" maxlength="55" /> <textarea name="seo_page_description" id="seo_page_description" maxlength="160" ></textarea> <script> $('#title').on("input", function() { var dInput = this.value; console.log(dInput); $('#seo_page_title').val(dInput); }); $('#details').on("input", function() { var dInput = this.value; console.log(dInput); $('#seo_page_description').val(dInput); }); </script>
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