JQuery :: Validate Plugin / Confirm Alert On Submit
Apr 4, 2011
I am using the validate plugin to perform validations on a form.I would like to show a confirm message ( alert with ok and cancel ) upon submit and successful vaildation.I have tried the following but it does not work:[code]The form submits even If I click "Cancel". Is there anythingwrong with my code above?
i am facing a problem after using jquery jconfirm alert. Issue is that after receiving confirm alert, when user press tab to go on Cancel button and press Enter key there, despite of firing event of Cancel button, it fires the event of OK button. this issue is not produced when user press the cancel button by mouse. Waiting for your replies.
I have recently downloaded the jQuery Validation Plugin, and I want to use the bottom part of the demo [url] (Validating a Complete Form) and I have some questions to ask:
1. I want the validation to work after the user clicked "Submit"
2. If a column is wrong (username already taken or password length invalid) I want not only error message but also a picture in front of the error message.
3. I hope that after the user clicks "Submit" and then found a column is wrong then correct it, after the user corrected it and click to other place or other column the validator starts again to check the column the user just edited whether the user just corrected a wrong column or edited a correct column into error.
4. I hope to display a image in right of the column if that column is correct after the validator works.
I have a form with multiple submit buttons. <form action="" id="myForm" method="post"> <fieldset> <!-- various input fields --> <button type="submit" name="Exit">Exit</button> <button type="submit" name="SaveExit">Save & Exit</button> <button type="submit" name="Save">Save</button> </fieldset> </form> When the SaveExit or Save buttons are clicked, the form is to be validated. When the Exit button is clicked, the form is NOT to be validated. How can I do this with the Validate Plugin 1.7 from [URL]. Is this possible?
About the jquery Validation plugin. I need to lock the submit button on some forms to prevent multiple submissions, but I don't want to permanently lock it, in case there's a validation problem that the user needs to resolve. I did come up with a way to temporarily lock it and change the text to "Saving, Please Wait..." for a few seconds, then revert it to an unlocked submit button.
The problem I'm having is that this conflicts somehow with the jquery validation plugin. Some fields that have error messages if the user attempts to submit the form with missing data. If I use the temporary locking submit button (which uses an animation to create a duration) then these error messages do not display.
Is it possible to test for a validation value in a separate function before running this lock function? If valid, lock, if not valid, don't lock, because it isn't possible to submit an invalid form anyway. I tried wrapping the locking submit function in a setTimeout, but that didn't have any effect at all in delaying it.
On my form I have 3 submit buttons which handle different things.I am looking for a way to stop or continue form execution with a confirm box on the third submit button and the third only.I can't use onsubmit because that will trigger on all three buttons.
I have a php form and it has 3 submit buttons namely "delete" , "update_quantity" and "place_order".They all work fine but I want to build in a check for each one just in case the user click one of the buttons by mistake.So Each one must have a different message like for delete it must be, "Are you sure you want to delete Record nr ......" OK or Cancle. And for update " Are you sure you want to update Quantity to....." OK or Cancle.
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.
A description of the problem: 1) Go to a page with various settings and a timeout (forces re-login if over 10 minutes) 2) Before the timeout, make some changes to settings. 3) Press a "reset to defaults" button that uses a confirmation box to let the user know what is about to be reset (lists items). 4) Walk away while the confirm box is displayed and come back after the page timeout. 5) My screen now has the page, a confirm popup on top of that, and a timeout alert on top of that. 6) Press OK to dismiss the timeout alert. The underlying page goes to the login screen, but the confirm box remains.
I have installed Chinese IE 6.0 and these buttons still say Ok/Cancel. the rest of the browser (buttons, menus, etc...) is in Chinese except for these two stupid buttons. No one final question, whould having a reginonal OS installed make any difference. Right now I'm using an English OS but with the Chinese browser mentioned above.
I am using simpleTreeMenu plugin and it is working fine except for the following. I am building the tree dynamically. If I put in an alert ( //alert("Herem1" + ulidp); )prior to the call of the simpleTreeMenu() function, the page works as expected. It allows me to expand and close the tree, and an alert appears if I pick the selected leafs. But if I take out the alert prior to the call of the simpleTreeMenu() function, the page is not working as expected. The tree hangs, it will not expand once closed. It is like the simpeTreeMenu needs a bit of hang time between the unorderd list (the tree) being built and the invokation of the simpleTreeMenu() function. Does anyone have an idea why this might be the case?