When an image is clicked, this script will show the image URL in a textbox. Useful for cases where you want others to be able to copy the image address easily for linking such as for banners, logo graphics, etc. A single instance of the script can be attached to any number of images in the page. Supports Netscape 4.7 and Internet Explore 4 and later.
CodeThatForm package gives you full control over the windows in a browser. You can control the style, appearance, content, positioning and sizing of the window; fully mimic the windows in the layers. Full customization through the CSS, dynamic operations and more hot stuff in this package. You can create your own windows both as a new window or as a box at the existing window; change window title, text, background and the other style parameters; describe window styles by using CSS classes; move and resize your windows, show and hide them.
In a select form field that has the multiple attribute, the user may select more than one option. The problem is that most normal users don't know that this can be done using by holding shift or ctrl while clicking. With this script transform any existing select field into a FlipFlop field on the fly. Use left-right or top-bottom buttons for moving options. Move elements using the buttons, and if you wish, by clicking or doubleclicking. Limit the number of max selected options. Customize the look using css classes. Includes many API functions.
This useful script allows you to restrict the number of characters inside a form element (ie: textarea) while displaying a progress bar on the remaining characters beneath it. A percentage of the characters remaining is displayed within the Progress Bar, updated live as the user types. Cross browser functional-works in IE4, NS6, and Opera 7 and above. The Progress Bar can easily be applied to multiple form elements within the form, each with its own independent setting. Visual aspects of the Progress Bar customizable via CSS.
This simple script set shows how to highlight (select) the text in a form's textarea by clicking on a link. Useful for code listings, order form information, or other material the visitor may wish to copy to the clipboard with Control+C.
Have you ever seen a textarea field with the message "max 255 characters" next to it. But when do you have to stop typing? You could open MS Word and use the "count characters" feature. Features: Define the maximal number of characters; Character Progress bar; Background color warning: as option, the background can transform into red when running out of space. Customize the look using css classes and/or style strings. Backward and non-js compatible. API functions: setValue(), getValue(), setMaxLength(), getMaxLength(), and getCurrentLength().
Bs_Slider Widget allows you to do what is often used in software on your webpage. Much nicer than an input field where a user can type in a number from 0 to 10, to 100 or whatever. Use your own images/colors, specify size; Set min-value, max-value, default-value, step-value (if you go 1-2-3 or 1-1.5-2, etc) User can change the value in 5 ways: slide click arrow; left/right click somewhere into the slider; enter a value into the field; Use an api function to set a value; Attach onChanges event. Can be directly used as form field.