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Dependent dropdown menu (using framework plug-in) and form field state problem

Thread began 9/11/2019 5:26 am by tony | Last modified 9/12/2019 10:12 am by tony | 18 views | 3 replies

tony

Hello, Ray,
thanks for your reply.
I resumed one of your last post and solved the problem.

Basically I updated the onchange event so that it runs an additional function (bootstrapInit) every time it is fired;
then I created a function named boostrapInit that does the js code.
It works now.

Just a question: does the FRAMEWORK_LOAD_PLUG IN supports more that one additional parameter (in my example 'bootstrapInit')?
Is there any documentation abot the framework plug-in? i.e.: parameters, methods...

Here is the code I used succesfully, for others to help:

ONCHANGE EVENT

changed from:

onChange="framework_load_plugin_url('plugins/inc.pv.php',document.getElementById('registrazione_frm'),'pv','','')



to:

onChange="framework_load_plugin_url('plugins/inc.pv.php',document.getElementById('registrazione_frm'),'pv','','', bootstrapInit)



JS FUNCTION:

<script>
function bootstrapInit() {

if ($("#field2").val() == '14') {
$("#field3").prop( "disabled", false );
} else {
$("#field3").prop( "disabled", true );
$('#field3').val('')

}

$('select[name=tipo_field2]').change(function () {
if ($("#field2").val() == '14') {
$("#field3").prop( "disabled", false );
} else {
$("#field3").prop( "disabled", true );
$('#field3').val('')

}
});



$('select[name=field2]').change(function () {
if ($(this).val() == '14') {
$("#field3").prop( "disabled", false );
} else {
$("#field3").prop( "disabled", true );
$("#field3").val('')

}
});

};

</script>

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