Form Validation Error - Input Data In Proper Format
Nov 25, 2008
What is happening is when I try to submit the form, I receive an error that says I need to input all data in the proper format.
<title>Conference Registration Form</title>
<link href="conf.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
Calculate total registration fee
Retrieve the value of the selected index property from guests selection lists
Multiply the selected index by 30 and add this to the cost variable
If the first member radio button is checked subtract 25 from the value of the cost variable
Set the value of the total field equal to the value of the cost variable
I am trying to display validation error messages when form validation fails. Currently it does display the error messages but then disappears straight away. How can I stop the page from refreshing when validation fails? I have return false in my code when validation fails but still having same problem. Currently I have only done the validation for the full name only. The error msg is showed in:
I need to validate two forms containing multiple input fields but want just one error message if any of the fields are left blank, the page is required to submit the users details (registration form). Also if any of these fields are left blank i don't want to be able to go to the next page on clicking the submit button
I want to ask that is there anyway to display the text in textarea with proper format like "setw" in C++ ??? I try to use label before and it works if i do some html code inside, but i have several hundreds even thousands of lines to be display and if i use label with html tags, it would be very slow in displaying the results.
I'm using the validation plugin and tries to get the invalid errors to appear like I want to. If the form isn't valid, I would like to change the invalid elements placeholder text to a different color. That's it. I don't want to show any message somewhere. Is this possible? How?
I'm currently learning many web programming languages and figured this would be a good way to learn more and do things better. I have been working on a contact form for my website. I had originally did the error checking in PHP, but I would like to change it to JaveScript since this is the preferred way. I have it all semi working,It seems like I have some unnecessary variables and such.. I would like to clean it all up as best as possible.
I have managed to create a very basic form validation script that I can retrospectively add into current forms with the least effort.
As far as the validation goes I am sure that the script is not pretty, but it does work. However, I have failed to manage to get it to return the focus to the first field that errors.
My abortive attempts are not included in the attached script because I have tried and failed with many different attempts that I have confused myself. I would appreciate any advice that could point me in the right direction to place the focus in the first error field found. Code:
I have a form where a user can upload a file. I do a check to see if it's a zip file. If it isn't then its supposed to stop the file from being uploaded. Only thing is, the file still uploads regardless of getting the error or not.
How can I prevent the form from submitting the file if the error pops up?[code]...
Currently on my form if you your input dosn't pass my validation you will see an error message and red box will also appear around the input box. The issue is that if you will it out the box will not disappear until you hit submit. Obviously that is because I have PHP validate the form, but I would like for the red border to go away as soon as the conditions are met, which is why I thought, JS would be the best solution.
I know how to write a conditional state in JS but I am not sure ho to echo out different classes based on the conditions.
I have a form that submits a POST request when data is submitted.
A Servlet then processes this POST request and a JavaBean is used to make some calculations. The HTML response is not generated within the Servlet but instead I forward the request to a JSP to generate the response. - This all works fine.
Here is my index.jps:
Regardless of whether incorrect input is given, the data is still POSTed to the server and calculated on or a Server Side error is given.
Am I correct in calling the function onclick?
The validation essentially needs to be so that:
- Student field contains a string
- Score1, Score2, Score3 and Score 4 contain a number between 0 and 100
I'm using jQuery Validation on my form with ajax submit, but for some reason the label error message is replacing my input field completely. I can't figure it out for the life of me... Here's my html/js. I'm using the default validation since i'm using the ajax submit. I've also tried the custom error's with no luck. Both the label.error and input are displayed as blocks.
I have implemented a page based on tabs. Now how to submit the data is it just have the submit button on the last tab is it? On the other hand how best to show the error because there might be some fields not fill in the first tab itself and the user might be in the last tab.
There are two input fields in a form, but only one of them is required, they are not required at the same time. Either A or B is required. ( A is required OR B is required). In other words, a user can input data to field A, or he can input data to filed B, but he can not input data to Both A and B at the same time. How to implement this constraint in Jquery form validation?
I have this web form that I want to validate only four of the fields (these are just input text fields, one of which is for e-mail). The code is supposed to bring up an alert box when a fields is empty and after the user clicks ok puts the focus on the offending input field. For the e-mail box, it is supposed to also check for correct e-mail address form.
I am trying to convert data from one format to another. Starting with
Code: X:1 T:Speed the Plow M:4/4 C:Trad.
I am assuming I will have two textareas in a form, the data are copied from a clipboard to one of them and split into an array on newline characters. On the last few lines the letters A-G or a-g may or may not be preceded by _, =, or ^ and may or may not be followed by a comma or apostrophe then a (or not) number. The lack of a space after a letter indicates a grouping (beaming).
Does anyone have an example of some parsing code? Just something that looks at the input byte by byte building a token, putting a character back if it belongs to the next token and handling the end of the line and end of data. If someone has a parser for anything, I think I could adapt it.