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Mon Nov 25, 2002 8:15 pm

We're trying to do the following: :?

Say you have an input box, and the user types something in it and is prompted with a pop-up window with buttons "yes", "no" and "cancel", asking if he/she wants to save the changes... if user clicks yes, pop-up window will close and user will be returned to parent window with text in input box unchanged(i.e. origial text from inbox PLUS extra stuff typed in by user) , but if user clicks no, pop-up window will also close but instead of the previous case, only the original text(whatever was in it before user types anything) will remain in the box. We managed to do the "yes" case with some php codes but we're too much of a newbie in everything that we were so stuck from that point...

here's the most important part of the code....:mrgreen:

Submit Box: <br>
<?php
if ($userinput == "")
echo('<input name="userinput" onkeyup="show()" size="45" value="Quick fox" >');
else
echo('<input name="userinput" onkeyup="show()" size="45" value="'.$userinput.'" >');
?>

We don't know how to alter the above code so it'll do the job for the "no" case as well..... 8O


Any help will be greatly appreciated!! :D

Bo & Vic

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Tue Nov 26, 2002 9:04 am

mini_dumbo wrote:We're trying to do the following: :?

Say you have an input box, and the user types something in it and is prompted with a pop-up window with buttons "yes", "no" and "cancel", asking if he/she wants to save the changes... if user clicks yes, pop-up window will close and user will be returned to parent window with text in input box unchanged(i.e. origial text from inbox PLUS extra stuff typed in by user) , but if user clicks no, pop-up window will also close but instead of the previous case, only the original text(whatever was in it before user types anything) will remain in the box. We managed to do the "yes" case with some php codes but we're too much of a newbie in everything that we were so stuck from that point...

here's the most important part of the code....:mrgreen:

Submit Box: <br>
<?php
if ($userinput == "")
echo('<input name="userinput" onkeyup="show()" size="45" value="Quick fox" >');
else
echo('<input name="userinput" onkeyup="show()" size="45" value="'.$userinput.'" >');
?>

We don't know how to alter the above code so it'll do the job for the "no" case as well..... 8O


Any help will be greatly appreciated!! :D

Bo & Vic



use javascript:opener.document.forms[0].reset() as action for NO button
With best regards,
Cyril Kobets
http://ebusiness-news.blogspot.com

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Tue Nov 26, 2002 12:33 pm

Thanks for your suggestion, but it's still not working, are we supposed to put that line straight into our javascript code like this?

if(value == 'n')
{
opener.document.form[0].reset();
closewindow();

}

well anyway that's what we did and it didn't work... is it necessary to alter our php code(refer to first post above) ? or are we working in a totally wrong direction?? >.< Please help!!

If anybody else can give us a hand as well that'll be GREAT!! :cry:

Bo&Vic :D

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