How to use javascript in rhtml

hello,

I needed to know a javascript function which I can use for focusing my
cursor on the first text field of a given page.

That is as soon as I load a page, my cursor should start blinking in the
first text field

Regards

Advait

Advait B. wrote:

hello,

I needed to know a javascript function which I can use for focusing my
cursor on the first text field of a given page.

That is as soon as I load a page, my cursor should start blinking in the
first text field

Regards

Advait

If you are loading the prototype javascript library, you add the
following to your view (after the form definition):

Scott Patten wrote:

Advait B. wrote:

hello,

I needed to know a javascript function which I can use for focusing my
cursor on the first text field of a given page.

That is as soon as I load a page, my cursor should start blinking in the
first text field

Regards

Advait

If you are loading the prototype javascript library, you add the
following to your view (after the form definition):

Thank you for looking into by problem, however the problem still
persists…I am actually new to this and trying to get a foot
hold…and didnt get a clear picture of what you ment when you
said
" If you are loading the prototype javascript library, you add the
following to your view (after the form definition) ".

could you please be more clear to me, so that I could you your help to a
much efficient use

Thank you

Advait

Advait B. wrote:

hello,

I needed to know a javascript function which I can use for focusing my
cursor on the first text field of a given page.

That is as soon as I load a page, my cursor should start blinking in the
first text field

Learn javascript, then write the code to do that. Or, hire someone to
write the js for you.

7stud – wrote:

Advait B. wrote:

hello,

I needed to know a javascript function which I can use for focusing my
cursor on the first text field of a given page.

That is as soon as I load a page, my cursor should start blinking in the
first text field

Learn javascript, then write the code to do that. Or, hire someone to
write the js for you.

Thanks For the suggestion , But I better learn…thank you once
again

Regards

Advait

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