As the subject title suggests; what are the limitations of the ONBLUR event ? Recently BobbyMac supplied some the following:
Is ONBLUR restricted to executing a JS function within the same file, or a function within a (JS) file defined in the "[script][/script]" definition ? Or, as the above code, an alert, or close window, etc,etc.
Would the following:
be possible, where the uri was a PHP file ?
I'm trying to pass three values from three different fields to a PHP file, when the user leaves the third field. The PHP file works fine if I manually enter the parameters to be passed in the address bar of the browser, but I need to find a method to do this when the user leaves the third field on the form.
As a total stab in the dark (I'm desperate /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" /> ) , what about something like:
type="hidden" name="confirm" value="true">
...... and then on the third field
<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="text1" SIZE="40" onBlur=document.frmOrder.submit();>
Although there still needs to be some method of passing parms to file 'doit.php'