Javascript Course

There are many types of HTML form elements for different types of data that can be added or selected by the user.
- See the HTML tutorials: Forms and Input, and New Form elements and attributes in HTML5.


Accessing elements of <form> in JavaScript

There are several ways to access elements of a <form> in JavaScript.
Generally, these methods are used: getElementById(), querySelector(), the syntax: eform['elm_name'], or the eform.elements[index] property.



Forms elements have specific properties and methods that can be used in JavaScript to interact with the user.
- There is a list with useful properties and methods of the elements from <form> at the page:
coursesweb.net/javascript/properties-methods-form-elements

Daily Test with Code Example

HTML
CSS
JavaScript
PHP-MySQL
Which type of <input> creates input fields that should contain a numeric value?
type="text" type="number" type="date"
<input type="number" name="points" min="5" max="80" />
Which CSS property allows to change the transparency of an element?
font-style opacity color
#id {
  filter:alpha(opacity=40);    /* for IE */
  opacity:0.4;
}
Click on the function that formats a number to specified number of characters.
toPrecision() exp() toFixed()
var num = 12.34567;
alert( num.toPrecision(3) );       // 12.3
Which function randomizes the order of the elements into an array?
natsort() shuffle() sort()
$lang =[10=>"PHP", 20=>"JavaScript", "site"=>"coursesweb.net");
shuffle($lang);
var_export($lang);     // array (0=>"coursesweb.net", 1=>"PHP", 2=>"JavaScript")
Accessing form fields

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