I am trying to get a pretty large form I generate from a database to be able to "check All" or "check None".
I would like to have at the top a checkbox that would check or uncheck every box on the form.
I have sections that I would like to have a check box at the top of each section that would check or check all the items in that section.
I have a jquery script that will check and uncheck the whole form, but I can't figure out how to call a section at time.
I am using php/MSSQL to create the form -- so there variable amounts of sections depending on the page before.
Right now I put the check box id equal to the "StdId"(the name of the section), but if it makes it easier - it can be anything -- I pass the same value in the value field.
Attached is a sample of the output with the jquery that works for all the checkboxes. I like the "indeterminate" state of the checkbox -- not sure if that is HTML or jquery. test_out.html
<!-- here, the name attribute should be name='label' ; with the apostrophe immediately after the = sign -->
<input type='hidden' name=label'' value='CRNODE02'>
<!-- the same issue with the name attribute as above. Additionally, you should be quoting the id and the value as well, so intead of-->
<input type='checkbox' name=CRNODE02'' class='select_one' id=CRNODE02 value=11011401:CRNODE02 checked >
<!-- you should use -->
<input type='checkbox' name='CRNODE02' class='select_one' id='CRNODE02' value='11011401:CRNODE02' checked >
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