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So, it was the Israeli Zionists behind all my problems!

For everyone who read about the problems I have been having the last few years, the zionist criminals are behind that, they have loyal groups around the world whom they use to hit innocenets, they do not like GOOD JUST people who can create bridges and make peace, specifically those who are religious, Muslims or Christians, And this is because the zionists are here to devide and destroy!

My life has been miserable, and they tried to make me think it's the French, the Italians, the Canadians, the Turkish, the Egyptians, the Germans, the Russians, the Malaysians, the Chrinese, the Japanese, they even used some American decoy, but it was them, the dirty zionists!

How do they play this ? Using cause and effect, they hit me while giving a logical reason related to one of the groups above, the reason is fake of course, but it took me a long time to understand this, almost 10 years, it's very difficult to think straight when someone is emotionally disturbed!

These criminals possess the following technologies:

  1. They create fake dreams, and can make in sleep interrogations and information extraction!
  2. They can disturb memory and play with the neurotransmitters' balance during sleep, you wake up the next day feeling horrible for no reason, trying to remember something happy gives no emotions at all!
  3. They use the cell phones to capture your brain waves and analyze it to know how do you feel and what you are thinking about (Google Glass was doing something similar)

They have been using these techniques against me for years to break me down while trying to make me suspect any of the groups above based on the situation, making me live in sadness and depression alone, they denied me friends and they destroyed all my relationships, and recently they started to torture me and tried to make me commit suicide in HongKong.

I do not believe a lot of people know this info, please share it, for the sake of God, for the sake of humanity!


How do I build a Double Drop-down in CFv5

Published: Saturday, 06 September 2014 12:39

A dynamic dropdown is a normal select drop-down where the option list changes when another drop-down in the form changes. An example might be a list of states or counties that changes when a 'country' select drop-down changes. This FAQ show some ways to build these.

In each case in this FAQ our form will have two select drops-downs with the names and ids dropdown1 and dropdown2. I recommend that in your form you replace these with more meaningful names e.g. country and state

We will also use very simple options lists to keep the examples clean and clear. Your options lists may be much longer and more complex.

Note for CFv4 please see this FAQ

Using static options

Static options lists are lists that are know before the form is created and so do not require a set of results to be looked up from a database table. 

To set this up open dropdown 1, and, on the General tab add the options you need to the Options box. I will keep the default 0=No, 1=Yes options.

Now click the Events tab click 'Add New Event' to add a second event and we will add the settings in the image below.

The first box in each event labelled 'On' sets the condition for this event; the second 'Value selected' box sets the value to check for.

Because checking for a 0 value can cause problems I'm only checking here for = 1 and != 1

The 'Action' box sets the action to be taken when the condition is met. Here we want to use 'Set Options'. (Other options on the list let you show/hide or enable/disable elements in your form.)

Next, the 'field id, fn() or event' box lets us enter the 'target' for the event. We want to set the options in dropdown2 so that is what goes here. Note: that we are using the id here not the name - I recommend that you set ids on every element and make them the same as the name wherever possible.

Lastly, the 'Options list or ajax event' box lets us add a set of options for each event. Here I've just added a set of letters in one case and numbers in the other so that I can clearly see the difference.

Save and Close the element; Apply the Form and click Test Form to see if the dynamic drop-down is working OK.

It should work, if not check the settings and check for any JavaScript errors on the page.

If you have more than two options you can add more events and more option lists - but this approach gets less tidy if you have more than 5 or 6 options lists to manage.

That is all that is needed to build dynamic dropdowns using static option lists. Note that we made no changes at all to the second, 'target', drop-down to get this to work - though you will want to add a Label, default settings, etc. 

Using Dynamic Options

In this example we'll go one step more complex, keeping the first dropdown static but getting the second set of options using Ajax to get them from a database query on the server. 

I'll use the same 'dropdown1' and 'dropdown2' select dropdown elements in the form. In the first dropdown I'll add some article categories and use the selection to set a list of article titles in the second dropdown.

The dropdown1 element

In dropdown1 I will add these options that match article categories in my site. These take the form of ID=option text

16=Big dogs
17=Small dogs

Then in the events tab we need two events again with the settings in the image below.

Apart from the 'target' (field id, fn(), or event) these settings are different from the previous set. 

The On box and value boxes are set to ='' (nothing selected) and !='' (something selected) so that they cover all possibilities.

If nothing is selected then we use the Set Options Action to add a 'Please choose' option to the second drop-down.

If something is selected then we use the Set Dynamic Options Action and use Ajax to link to a different event in the form. Here I've called this event ajax

That is all that is needed here, except to add an Empty Option on the General tab so that we can test that setting. 

The ajax form event

In the form Setup tab we need to create the new ajax event by clicking the Add New Event button and setting the name to ajax.

We will use two actions in the event; a DB Read to load the requested data from the database and a Custom Code action to format it to be returned to the form.

The DB Read action needs settings like this:

Enabled : Yes
Table name : xxx_content // your prefix will be different
Multi read : Yes
Enable Model ID : Yes
Model ID : Data
Fields : id,title // you may want to get different columns
. . .
Conditions :
  return array( 'catid' => $form->data['dropdown1'] );

The code in the Conditions box is saying 'get all the records where the column catid is equal to the value selected in dropdown1.

Save and Close the DB Read and then add code like this to the Custom Code action:

$options = array();
if ( !$form->data['Data'] || count($form->data['Data']) < 1 ) {
  // no result was found
  $options[] = 'Please select a category';
} else {
  foreach ( $form->data['Data'] as $d ) {
    $options[$d['id']] =  $d['title'];
echo json_encode($options);

The first part of this code handles the case when no records are found and sends back just a 'Please choose' option.

The second part takes the options that have been found and re-formats them to send back as a JSON encoded array to be converted into an option list for the target dropdown2.

Note: A DB Read action with the Model ID set returns an array of results like this:

$form->data['Data'] => array(
  [0] => array(
    [id] => '16',
    [title] => 'Some title'
  [1] => array(
    [id] => '18',
    [title] => 'Some other title'
  . . .

The PHP reformats this to:

$options = array (
  '16' => 'Some title',
  '18' => 'Some other title',
  . . .