When I check through chrome developer's tools, I can see that the second table cannot float right next to the first table or the first div, because the first div is taking up the entire place though I limited the width. I know if used float:left in the first dive, both divs will float one after the other. But I want to know why does using width is not enough to do the trick?
I want the textbox to accept only either a "d" or a "c" nothing else. If a user enters an "a" or "b" it must be wiped. Also, is it possible to limit the textbox to English language only? I don't want the user to enter an alphabet in another language by mistake. I want it to stick to "c" or "d" and nothing else.
I loop through inputs on my page and two of my inputs are autocomplete combobox. I get the value through looping on Internet explorer but on chrome, I don't get the values of it. Is there any solution for that?
I want to return data from the database on a textbox when a user clicks it. I want to load the entire list on the textbox using autocomplete but when user clicks the textbox because I have another function which auto completes when user starts to type.
If a user switched his keyboard language and type in another language, I want to automatically change his keyboard language in a specific textbox. Let's say I have 3 textboxes. The user can type in the first two textboxes in whatever language, but when it comes to the third textbox, I want English characters only.