Msg#: 4362205 posted 2:05 am on Sep 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
I have a large form, in one section of which I want users to select one or several options from only one of three option lists.
To make this clear to the user, when they click into an option list, I really want the other two option lists to disable - alternatively, and this is where I'm at now, they could select which option list they intend to use from a set of radio buttons, at which point two of the three option lists would be disabled (or, even better, all three option lists would start out disabled, and the one they want would enable when selected from the radio list).
//the radio buttons to select which option list to use: echo "<INPUT TYPE=RADIO class=radio NAME=varselect VALUE=crop checked>Crop/s <br> <INPUT TYPE=RADIO class=radio NAME=varselect VALUE=type> Type/s<br> <INPUT TYPE=RADIO class=radio NAME=varselect VALUE=variety>Variety/s<p>";
} if (document.all || document.getElementById) setInterval("checkifempty()",100) </script> <?