I have an MVC application and I am trying to do some validation but the Validate doesn't seem to fire. I can get it working in a basic html page but for some reason it is not working in my aspx page and I am not sure why. I have all the js files included that I need and the CSS classes defined exactly as they are in the basic example in the jQuery documentation. Here is my code:
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
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.
I'm working under certain constraints wherein,at a certain point outside my direct control,validate is called with no arguments, but after that I want to set a custom validation function on a form field. I figure there's got to be a way to manipulate validate's internal data structure to add the function, but I don't have a clue as to how.
I have a section of a form containing elements that are not visible, currently just in a hidden div. Some of these elements have validation on them so when the form is submitted it fails on this validation.What I am after is a way to stop the validation firing for any hidden elements. I have tried setting them to 'display: none' and 'visibility: hidden' but this does not have any affect.
Doing my part to test out jQuery 1.6 RC1, I changed my link to jQuery. I have a form and with all previous versions of jQuerywhen I click my save button my invalid inputs show their respective messages. With jQuery 1.6 RC1 the validation messages do not show. No other changes were made to the app. Using validation 1.8.
Iswitchedback to jQuery 1.5.2 and it works as expected.
I need to validate three textboxes and it will validate for numbers. How should I change my code to validate three textboxes?
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
I'm trying to have my webform validate a checkbox, here is the code: Part of the form:
Code: <div class="ctrlHolder"> <label for="Checkbox"><em>*</em> I have read and agree to the Terms of Service</a></label> <input name="checkbox" id="checkbox" value="" type="checkbox" class="required validate_checkbox" /> </div> The Validator class: Required Code:
But it's not working, it tells me that the field is not filled in correctly, but checking the box doesn't make it work.
how to validate forms and the next topic I'm learning is the phone feature! My code isn't working and not sure why! I read other opinions and tried to follow some templates but again.. Nothing is working out for me..
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'm fairly new to jquery and am using the following code that I know is not quite right but the functionality is exactly what I need except that it won't validate because of how the images below are handled.
I'm using Validate plugin and have City field with default value "Start typing your city...", which is apparently not empty. So the task is pretty simple: I need also check City field to be NOT equal to that default value.
I am trying to validate if a URL refers to an image. I tried something like
$ ( function ()
but of course it doesn't work. I need the function to return a boolean instead of alerting something because I want to validate a form. Possibly integrating with jQuery Validate. Is this a valid test to check if a URL refers to an Image in JS/jQuery