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    Dynamic Forms

    Hey guys, just wondering if it is possible to have multiple entries in a form change (namely some <select> lists) depending on what is chosen in a different <select> list. for example:<label>Hi</label><select><option>1</option><option>2</option></select><label>Hi 1</label><select><option>3</option><option>4</option></select><label>Hi 2</label><select><option>3</option><option>4</option></select>Depending on what is chosen in the first entry
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    Cut Off Text

    Thank you! I was pretty sure that the command existed, but for some reason I thought it was a "display" and couldn't find it anywhere!
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    Cut Off Text

    Hey guys, I'm wondering if it is possible to have the text on a page (if it were to run to the end) be cut off, plain and simple. No word-wrap and no horizontal scrolling. Just have the text "stop".
  4. What do you mean? Once they click "Login" it enters their time in a DB and it won't matter if they leave the page...
  5. If I can just have it as Day(s), Hour(s), Minute(s), Second(s), that would be great.Also, since I'm pulling the times form the DB as any array, how can I make this work? Or is there a better way to get them from the DB?
  6. I have made a simple website where a user can enter a username and password, and click a button. Once they're "logged in" the time is logged (with PHP Date "F d h:i:s a") and written to a database. Then when they "log out" (by entering their username and password again) it records their time again.On the main page of the site, it shows who is logged in, the time they got on, and, hopefully, how long they've been on. What I'm unsure of is how to make a script that will pull their time from the database, figure out the difference (also in "F d h:i:s a") between when they signed in and now) and t
  7. Hm. This works better but it's buggy. Whatever, I'm going to use it. Thanks!
  8. Hm. The first script worked, the second one didn't! Dunno what's wrong with it, I hate Javascript!Thanks so much Cedric!Ooohhh, one problem now...obviously the password field is dots, but "password" also shows up as dots then.Is there a way to get it in plain text, but then have it be typed in as dots?
  9. I'm trying to make my login form small, and would like to have "Username" and "Password" disappear when the user clicks on the form, and reappear if no text is entered and they click off of the input. I'm having way more trouble than I should trying to figure this out, any help?If you need an example, check out Facebook.
  10. Note Tab Light.Free, tabbed, and easy!Otherwise I use Notpad, but that's annoying because it's not tabbed.
  11. Ah, I've gone as far as I can go now...I need to be able to see the source PHP to do anything more!
  12. Well I have done this with two submit buttons, but for some reason, because the script uses cookies, it doesn't work properly.
  13. Ok, then what Javascript could I use to have multiple form actions? I've never used JS.
  14. Then can I make a script to log into another site?Or can it work a different way?
  15. My page isn't submitting to a page that I have control of. If that will still work, please expand on it.
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