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  1. The comment basically has my issue, but I'm basically trying to fix my second var prompt so it will actually run and I can't figure it out. If anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it. Line comment: var one above this comment isn't working, how do I fix it? I also need it to continue to the next else if statement once something is entered. I'm thinking of making it so that if it changes var input to 2 once it's entered then 3, will that work? <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Project 1 – Michael Fiorello</title> <script> do{ var input = prompt ("Please enter 1, 2, 3, or exit.");{ if (input == "1") {for var one = prompt ("Please enter a string"); //var one above this comment isn't working, how do I fix it? I also need it to continue to the next else if statement once something is entered. I'm thinking of making it so that if it changes var input to 2 once it's entered then 3, will that work? if (one != null) else console.warn("You need to enter something") }in(one !="") //need the above "in" to cause it to loop this section until something is entered for var one else if (input == "2") { alert ("COOL!") } else if (input == "3") { alert ("AWESOME!") } else if (input.toLowerCase() == "exit") { alert ("Okay") } else { alert ("Nope") console.warn("You need to enter something"); } } }while(input != "exit"); </script> </head> <body> </body> </html>
  2. I have this issue with a function where I want to execute 4 different actions inside an if statement. My code looks like this: function deltagare(){var myTextField1 = document.getElementById('namn');var myTextField2 = document.getElementById('epost'); if(myTextField1.value != "" && myTextField2.value != "")document.getElementById("deltagare-list").value+=myTextField1.value+" "+"("+myTextField2.value+")"+"\n",document.getElementById("deltagare-emaillist").value+=myTextField2.value+",",document.getElementById('namn').value="",document.getElementById('epost').value=""; elsealert("Skriv in både namn och epost!"); } In this way only the first action gets executed. How can I add the other ones properly?
  3. Hello everyone, I'm new to php so please bare with me on this. Before i explain my problem, let me give you guys a brief background on what i'm doing.i have a list of existing clients in my database that have a client# hence $code. Every clients will be sent an email that contain a link with their # aka $code. so when they arrive at my page, the address bar should also contain their $code.At the same time, there are also potential clients going to my webpage without client# ($code). Eventually both existing and potential clients will have to fill out a form. with their name and email. Problem #1:This is where I have difficulty in. Instead of making 2 separate website, which is very unnecessary. I want to set the form up according to those that enter the website with $code or without. Those with $code will be directed to request.php where they will fill in more information and those without will go to thankyou.php where the message "thank you for your request, a client id will be email to you shortly ." Unfortunately I can't get it to work, it only directs to thankyou.php with or without $code on the address bar. Please help me out. This is what I have on my index page. <?php $code=$_REQUEST['code'];$email=$_REQUEST['email'];?><html><head><title></title></head><body><form action="<?php if (isset($code)) echo 'request.php'; else echo 'thankyou.php'; ?>" method="post"> <input type="text" class="inputbg" name="FullName" id="FullName" onfocus="if (this.value == 'Your Name') {this.value = '';}" onblur="if (this.value == '') {this.value = 'Your Name';}" value="Your Name" /> <input type="text" class="inputbg" name="Email" id="Email" onfocus="if (this.value == 'Your Email') {this.value = '';}" onblur="if (this.value == '') {this.value = 'Your Email';}" value="Your Email" /> <input type="hidden" name="Code" value="<?=$Code;?>" /> <input type="submit" class="submit" name="submit" value="<?php if (isset($code)) echo 'More Info'; else echo 'Continue';?>" /> </form> </body></html> Problem #2:I want to make the thankyou.php the result page where clients review their input for both sets of clients.Those with $code, I would want the page to show Name, email, phone, and appointment.For those without, I just want to show Name and email. This is what I have: <?php $FullName=$_REQUEST['FullName'];$Code=$_REQUEST['Code'];$Email=$_REQUEST['Email'];$Phone=$_REQUEST['Phone'];$BestTime=$_REQUEST['BestTime'];$theDate = isset($_REQUEST["date5"]) ? $_REQUEST["date5"] : "";$theDate = date('F-j-Y', strtotime($theDate));?><html><head><title></title></head><body><h1 class="heading" style="font-size:40px;">Thank you <?=$FullName;?> for your submission!</h1> <p style="padding:20px 0px 0px"> <h5>Your Email is: <?=$Email?>. </h5><?phpif (isset($code)) echo '[i]<h5>Your Personalized Code is: $Code. </h5>[/i][i]<h5> The phone number we had on file is $Phone</h5>[/i][i]<h5> You have scheduled a phone call on $theDate ,[/i][i]$BestTime -EST.</h5></p>[/i][i]<p style="color:#ffffff;"> *Selected appointment will adjust accordingly to Eastern Standard Time (-EST).</p>'[/i] [i]else[/i] echo "An email with a client I.D. will be email to you shortly."?> </body></html> I honestly thought the string if (isset($code)) ""; else ""; sting is all i need but no matter what, it only shows the second echo and never the first. I'm a little confuse at this point so if anybody out there knows how to fix this, please help me out. thank you! P.S. if anyone is confused by what i type, please let me know. Thank you.
  4. var b = true;window.onload = function(){(b==true) ? function(){ var c = "Hello!"; func(c); } : null ;}function func(c){document.write("The word is " + c);} It seems that the function cannot be loaded in this tenary operator.Why's that?
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