Wednesday, 7 September 2016

JQuery to check a Checkbox is filled out and then add a class to the parent Div.

I had a bit of a struggle with this simple bit of code. And that was because examples I'd found hadn't include the use of .each !!

Here's a couple of searches I'd made - 'javascript checkbox value checked then add class to parent' , 'jquery onload' and 'jquery check an object with no action'

The code that worked for me is as such


$("input[type=checkbox], input[type=radio]").each(function(){
                    console.log('loading checkbox object');
                    // is(':checked')

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Drupal 7 Form API displaying only the Parent options in an Entity / Content Field item

So what I have is a Content Form where I want to display a Term / Taxonomy but only the Parent items for the moment.

Here's a way of solving this programmatically in a Hook Form Alter.

In my hook_form_FORM_ID_alter I iterate through the options array and remove the child choices. This is easy as those choices start with a minus sign .

  foreach ($form['my_field']['und']['#options'] as $key => $value) {
   // if $value starts with '-' then its a child item and I'll unset it.
    if ($value[0] == '-'){