Variable variables – Get parameters of HTML elements which generated with a PHP for loop

Posted by Shek on November 30, 2011 under PHP | 3 Comments to Read

This post is the continuation of the post “Create a HTML form with PHP for loop and table”. It mainly focus on how to catch the HTML elements’ data generated from a PHP of a HTML form, it also talks about PHP Variable variables.

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Using Javascipt to disable multiple HTML Text fields with a HTML checkbox

Posted by Shek on October 16, 2011 under JavaScript | Be the First to Comment

In this post, I am going to show by checking a checkbox to disable multiple HTML text field elements

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Use the same JavaScript function for different HTML forms

Posted by Shek on August 11, 2011 under HTML, JavaScript | Be the First to Comment

In this post, I am going to show how to use the same JavaScript function for different HTML forms, this could help in situations when multiple forms need to preform the same operation but with different inputs.

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Using HTTP Request variables instead of HTTP GET and Post variables

Posted by Shek on March 10, 2011 under PHP | Be the First to Comment

In this post, I would like write a little note on using
$_REQUEST instead of $_GET or $_POST
in the future of my programming for most of the cases.
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Using JavaScript to disable HTML textfield by clicking radio button

Posted by Shek on February 12, 2011 under HTML, JavaScript | 3 Comments to Read

Editor’s note: In some cases, when we select one radio button, we want disable the user to have a fill in some information related which is no related to that other radio button, and so javascript helps us to do this job.
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Submit HTML form with radio button

Posted by Shek on October 22, 2010 under HTML | Be the First to Comment

Editor’s note: HTML form normally submitted with a button, however in some cases when the user wants to have an action (submit some data to another page) by clicking a radio button, a little javascript would do the job, and here is an example:

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