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  1. Awesome! That did the trick. Thank you Vitalikssssss!!!
  2. Hi tech savvy friends! I am trying to use a javascript code I found online that enables a table to autoscroll. I want to use this to showcase a list of supporters of our organization (using Caspio's Gallery Report), and I need this function because 1) caspio only allows 999 records to be display in the tabular report, and 2) I don't want viewers to have to click through the pages to show the rest of the records. The javascript I found is this: <script> var my_time; $(document).ready(function() { pageScroll(); $("#contain").mouseover(function() { clearTimeout(my_t
  3. Try this. After hours of googling came across it. Used on wordpress. <script> function submitallforms() { setTimeout('document.forms[0].submit()',100); setTimeout('document.forms[1].submit()',200); setTimeout('document.forms[2].submit()',300); } // End --> </script> <input type=button value="Submit" onclick="submitallforms();">
  4. Yes I want a fifth field to show the sum while text is being inputted in the field. I got a script to work, yet the data is not populating my table. This is what I borrowed to make the table do what I wanted, now my problem, like I said is that I can't get the data to populate my Caspio table since I wrote this on an HTML block. Any ideas? <script type="text/javascript"> function calcSum() { var Sum = 0; Sum = Number(document.getElementById("Q7_r1").value) + Number(document.getElementById("Q7_r2").value) + Number(document.getElementById("Q7_r3").value) + Number(documen
  5. Hi Caspio Ninja! Thanks for the tip. My CSS knowledge is limited so my first go at it did not work. I have four variables that I would like their sum to add to 100. Here's what I did... <script type="text/javaScript"> function mySum(){ var one = parseInt(document.getElementById("Blame_Low_Income,").value); var two = parseInt(document.getElementById("Lack_of_Community_Resources").value); var three = parseInt(document.getElementById("Exploitation_of_Poor,").value); var four = parseInt(document.getElementById("Government_Policies_and_Barriers").value); if(!one) { one=0; } if(!two) {
  6. Any luck with figuring this out? I also would like for a field that shows dynamically when the above four fields are being filled out and returning a sum for those fields.
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