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  1. Hello W3S! I'm on it again.... (lol). So lately i've been playing around with creating my very own calendar system where i can connect everything with the database somehow (this is for future purposes tho! for now i only wonna make the calculations and the view/design look great!). So if you could help with the part of the calculations, i would love that. This is my (WHOLE) PHP/FILE code so far: (a little messy) <?php // -> Default Date, Time & Timezone Setup // Timezone List: ( " http://php.net/manual/en/timezones.php " ) date_default_timezone_set('Europe/Copenhagen');
  2. I'm trying to create a form that allows for calculation of metabolic rate. There is an if,then statement related to gender (formula changes if female vs male) I'd also like the result to be targeted to a specific part of the page (anchor). Ideally a new section can appear (maybe need to link a new page?) to provide further details Below is my code, any help would be so appreciated!! <head> <style> body { font: 15px gothic, sans-serif; letter-spacing: 1px; } input { width: 100%; } input[type=number] { border: none; border
  3. Hi there. I have been wandering around the tutorials and examples and trying to get a simple variable calculation done in the html code below but can't seem to get it right. The html code below works fine now to create a button for PayPal and submit an order. The problem is, I need the "amount_2" to actually be calculated to 2% of "amount_1". a simple, "amount_2" = "amount_1" * 0.02 This is to allow us to take payment with PayPal and add their merchant fees. Can anyone help please :-) ------------------------------------------ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method
  4. Does anybody know how this calculation can be changed into KG's not llb's it calculates BMI //BMI Form Validation... $('form.dt-sc-bmi-frm').each(function(){ $(this).validate({ rules: { txtfeet: { required: true }, txtinches: { required: true }, txtlbs: { required: true } }, errorPlacement: function(error, element) { } }); }); //BMI Calculation... $('form[name=frmbmi]').submit(function(){ var This = $(this); if(This.valid()) { var fet = This.find('input[name=txtf
  5. Hello everyone, I've an application which uses xml form for data entry. I was wondering if is possible to make calculation (mainly additions and subtraction)? <?xml version="1.0"?><items><item type="settings" position="label-top"/> <item type="label" label="Edit report details here." /> <item type="label" label="Date"/><item type="calendar" dateformat="%d/%m/%Y" validate="notEmpty" required="true" name="date" bind="date" label="Date" offsetLeft="15"/><item type="input" name="admin" bind="admin" label="Admin" offsetLeft="15"/> <item type="label"
  6. Hi I'm attempting to use XSL to caluclate the grand total for two invnoices, whilst the calculation provides a number, on the first invoice's grand total, the number is off by 0.05 and on the second invoice there is "000000000001" after the correct first two decimal places. This is the XSL code I'm using to make the calculation:<td style="text-align:center;"> <strong><xsl:value-of select="sum(//item_price)" /></strong> </td> CaesarII
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