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Hide Checkbox and Label based on Label text

Mar 13, 2012   //   by phpfreelancer.biz   //   Blog, Jquery Tutorial  //  No Comments

The label text of a checkbox is dynamically generated in CodeCharge. The label text includes the amount of available articles. When this number is (0), the checkbox and the label text should be hidden, if not both checkbox and label value must be shown.

In this case checkbox and label text hidden:

<input id="i_search_2_newdatad9_1" name="d9[]" value="standplaatsreis" type="checkbox"  /><label for="i_search_2_newdatad9_1">Standplaatsreis (0)</label>

in this case checkbox and label visible:

<input id="i_search_2_newdatad9_1" name="d9[]" value="standplaatsreis" type="checkbox"  /><label for="i_search_2_newdatad9_1">Standplaatsreis (8)</label>

how it can be obtained using jquery script. Read more >>

Sending input array values by POST to php Using Jquery

Mar 13, 2012   //   by phpfreelancer.biz   //   Blog, Jquery Tutorial  //  No Comments

I am trying to read the values of an input array and pass them to my backend PHP, but am not able to get this working. I have the following html:

<input name='field[]' class='myclass' value='test1'>
<input name='field[]' class='myclass' value='test2'>
<input name='field[]' class='myclass' value='test3'>
<input id='post_this_val' type='button' value='Post'>

I want to read these values in jQuery and POST the values to my backend PHP, which will then process the results. This is what I do:

$('#post_this_val').live('click', function () {
    var inpVal = $('input.myclass').map(function(i, el) {
                            return el.value;
                    });
    $.post('/my/php/function', {data: inpVal});
});

The above POST is not working- my php function is not even getting called and the page simply reloads on clicking the POST button. Suggestions please. Read more >>

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