I have a form (form1) to register with the fields: user, email, password being validated normally.
Have a second form (Form2) to the user update the data registered in form1, and the fields user, email, password is already populated with data from the database, the email field I use the remote validation, and as the field already has been completed and read always says that this email already exists, how do I create a rule or method so that when the field is already filled it not do so validating and validate if it is filled with a new email. Email2 have a hidden field in order to do a test type.
On my portfolio site, I use the .append() method quite a bit, but I'm running into a problem with Validation.
But the validator is coming back saying that I can't use either the < > or p tags and my page won't validate. I've tried using the < and > alternative, but then the p tag isn't honored when appended to the #emptyDIV[URL]..
In the new version of jquery.validate (1.5.3) there is an option to get a remote error message from the server for invalid elements. I did not find what should be the exact response from the server for producing such an error message. From the documentation: "The response is evaluated as JSON and must be true for valid elements, and can be any false, undefined or null for invalid elements, using the default message; or a string, eg. "That name is already taken, try peter123 instead" to display as the error message." But if i return a string, isn't it evaluated as true ?
I downloaded it via the "Download" link from URL...I have a small form where a German date (i.e. 1.1.2011 or 01.01.2011) should be inserted by a user.So looked up the API on URL...for the needed method and there it was documented: dateDE.However it did not work, my form would submit if anything was inserted into the input field.So I did some Google searches and some searches here, and couldn't find anything.Searching through the additional-methods.js, I still couldn't find the method.Looking at the jquery.validate.js I noticed there was no dateDE defined, just "date" and "dateISO"I'm not sure if this is already known, or intentional - but it seems to me that the dateDE method REALLY IS missing.However I fixed it for me and want to share (not sure if "share-worthy" but I'll do it anyway)[code]
the user enters his values in 4, 5,25,6,00 or 6,05 etc.(using the , sign)and the max validation only takes integers. How can I still make the max validation with the , sign and float values? The users isn't allowed to submit the form if the value is greater than the max value specifyed.
The jquery.validate.pack.js file found on [url] causes an error when run in IE6. I re-ran the packing process with the perl port of Dean Edwards' Packer found here [url] and the problem no longer persists.
Here is the command I ran on cygwin:
These are the safest settings I've found with jsPacker.pl. The packed file lost 2kb (.1kb gzipped) of savings, but it works now!
I am using the "Validation" plugin to validate my form. This is a multipart form where a user can upload a file. I would like to validate the choosen file name such that it contains only alphanumeric characters plus defined extensions. For that I tried the combination of the rules "accept" and "alphanumeric" but this does not work because the file name is the full path of the file name and it contains non alphanumeric characters as: C:umyDirectorymyFile.txt
regular expression which could tests that myFile is made only of alphanumeric characters ?
I have created a couple simple custom validators but this one isn't working. I have an input #eSig and two others #FirstName and #LastName. I need to add a rule that says the value of #FirstName must be contained in eSig, and one that is the same for #LastName.
I've been building up my validation using the jquery validation plugin but I can't work out how to get a failed validation to default the focus to the first invalid input rather than to the last selected input. If there is no input field selected, when I submit then a failed validation will focus the cursor on the first field but if the cursor was left in a field and submitted then the focus stays there (if it's invalid) rather than jump to the first invalid input. From what I've read and seen, this is the expected behaviour but not what I want. Is there a way I can get the first invalid field and set the focus to that?
Using : jQuery Validate (jQuery Validation Plugin 1.8.0)
Browser : IE 8
Problem: The live('submit).. code fires before the validation does. So, validation never actually stops the form submitting. In other browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari), this is not a problem, validation always fires first.
'm new with JQuery and more especially withthe validation plugin. and implementedthe validation plugin for the newsletter formIf you look at the bottom right corner, you can try to enter a datainto the input field.... but as soon as you type one character afterthe "." (that follows the domain) the whole page disappear...I can't understand what's happening
i have 2 fields in my form with 1 being currently validated with aremote method (say Field B).I would like to make a dependency between fieldA and fieldB so i triedto add a blur function on field A with jQuery("#FieldB").valid()but when i change FieldA's value no remote validation occurs becausethere is a check (if value != previous value)is there a way for me to disable this cache
I've used the excellent validate plugin (http://bassistance.de/jquery-plugins/jquery-plugin-validation/) to add JS validation to forms. I'm aware there's a built-in setting to validate an email address. However, I'd like to validate a list of email addresses, and I don't think the plugin contains a built-in solution. What's the best way to implement this?