JQuery :: Validate Certain Fields - Setting Delay Time
Jul 8, 2010
I am using jquery validation plugin successfully to validate certain fields against my server. The thing is sometimes user types too fast, and the validation plugin sends the word if not equal to the previously sent word. This causes some problems with my mod-evasive that I run in apache. Is there anyway to slow down these requests, or say post to server each 300ms. The jquery UI autosuggest has this feature, where you can set a delay time.
im loading data via json dynamical from the server. Now i try to optimate the speed of my application and so i want to disable the validate of the fields during the data loading from the server.Is there a simple solution to this? like validate = false
This has been working great for everyone who has tried it, but there are a handful of complaints that users will not get the information they expected on the 2nd page. My question is, as I'm trying to debug this stuff, is it reasonable to think that the cookie may not be properly stored in time for the redirect to take place for some users?
I apologize for posting again - Joern, the developer who built this plugin made a suggestion but I never heard back on a follow up question. I am using validate on a fairly big project. The problem I'm running into is that our e-commerce environment is writing a fairly cumbersome value into each input's name field. It's basically pointing to the form handler. This itself makes it difficult to build rules because the name attribute can be 100 characters long. It's also possible that the path to the form handler will change which is troublesome.
The ideal solution is to have set the validation rules and messaging on the id of the input. Joern indicated that this would be possible, but I need some help going about it.
I have a drop down menu system, however at the moment when you accidently leave the drop-down, it disappears straight away. I would like there to be a half a second delay before it goes away, any idea how I might add this to the onmouseout function?
I've got a selection of 4 images/banners there all the same size and fit into the website layout perfectly, what I'm after is a small bit of java that will change the image from 1 - 4 and then loop to do it again all on a timed delay.
The code I'm using was pulled from a slide show exsample and i've just removed asmuch of the code as was possible.
I need to delay a page from opening a new window for a minimum of 5 seconds to allow some php processing (inserting a new record into a table) to occur first. the open window code works fine without the time delay, but as soon as i attempt to put a delay in, nothing happens eg, the page no longer opens a new window called newrecord.php.
Is there another JS function that I can use to force a time delay without having the code continue to run? I'm using the setTimeout() function but the call to this function doesn't stop the code flow. I need to stop the code flow while waiting. I guess I need a Sleep() type of JS function.What I'm trying to do is display some blank text on the screen using a for loop (I'm using <BR> to give the appearance of "opening up" a vertical window section in the browser) and I need this 'text' to complete before allowing the following code in the function to execute. The following code will display a Table with rows of data. I'm trying to use a timing function to give a visual impression of a window opening up just before the data displays.
How can I validate a collection of fields, instead of validating the whole form? I'm using asp.net which uses one form element, which I even don't use. I have a tab panel with on each tab a couple of fields. I only want to validate the fields on a tab.
I am using jquery.validate.js. I am having 2 input fields. The condition is the second input value should not be less than first input value. The second condition is the first input value should not be greater than 2nd value. I tried with different options but it didnt work. Is there any jquery function for this validation? Or pl
I'm validating a form using jQuery validation. or that I only add an specific class to the fields ("required","email",etc..). Ex: <input id="form_linom" class="required" type="text" value="" name="form_linom" size="50"> Since is a big and dynamic form (selections in some fields hide or show other fields) I have problems when submitting the form since validator doesn't permit send the data to the server because is validating also the hidden fields. The way I add the class to each field is making an array in PHP of all the required fields and then if the field is in that array the class is added. The only other thing that I put was this in the header:
I posted code in [URL].. look that the email field is hidden but prevent the form to be sent. I need a general rule that collect all the required fields that are hidden, not only the e-mail field as in the example (In my real form I have 54 fields).
I am trying to use jquery: validation plugin by Jörn Zaefferer. Which works really well I have to say. The one limitation I am trying to work around is how I can run validation for required fields before I submit a form. At the moment I have to submit the form before I see the error messages for required fields I would like to see them prior as the user tabs through the form.
I'm using jQuery validation on a form and I can't get it to only validate optional fields if the user enters something (should recognize the difference between this and the default value of the field, for text input fields). I know this is built in (I think) but I must be doing something wrong.
For example, phone number is optional but I want it to validate if the user enters something. Code for the phone in the JS file is:
When I just put "phone" as the class it validates the field even if it is not edited by the user at all. For the required fields I put "required" as the class to validate them but I just read in another post that this is not necessary with the plugin...? I guess I am not sure whether the field should be define as optional by a class or in the JS file, and if it's the latter, how to do that.
Trying to use the [URL] I would like to beable to ignore default values, but am sort of stuck. I already looked through all 42 results after searching for how to validate while ignoring default value. I have tried:
im using Jquery.validate, and I have a particular issue, jquery plugin is validating fields which didn't have rules. this is my code. Im attaching my code.Display name, First and Last name works fine. The wrong behavior is when I change DDL values and Do click elsewhere in the page, the minlenght validation activates for the dropdown lists.
My CMS generates forms in a specific way, and I need to change the way validated fields are selected. I'm using the validation plugin: It identifies form fields that have the "required" class. My CMS generates required elements like this:
<div class="required"><input /></div>
I was hoping this can be easily changed in the plugin syntax, but I can't find any reference to such a change (to select the required fields using this selector: ".required input"[where input is any form element])
I have a simplified version below of a multipart form. There are two steps and two tabs. I want the user to enter their username and email address and click 'Next' which will validate to make sure those fields are filled in, then activate and advance to tab #2 (Step #2) of the form, where they enter their credit card information.
I am having difficulty because username, email and credit card are all in the same form and I need to only validate certain fields on each step of the form. I was thinking I could make a function when the 'Next' button was hit that would validate the first two fields?
Here is what I have so far. I have a 'Next' button which activates and advances the tab to Step #2, but I need to work some form of validation into it before it advances. At the bottom of the page I have a 'Submit' button which is just so you can see that the validation is working if the form is submitted. I just want the 'Next' button to activate a function to only validate the fields on Step #1 (username/email).
I hope this is the right place for my question. I have a working form and all iss great using this jQuery Form Validation PlugIn from brassistance. Now I got in trouble by having a Form which will get extended by user inputs. To explan in detail: I have a Form with static fields and so on. But then if the User selects in the form the amount of Persons, I append Name and Surename Text Fileds to the static form and give the form fileds dynamically generated names. now have the problem to validate the dynamically generated text fields in that form!