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 have a TabContainer on my page, and I want to add a keyup handler to the textbox, but somehow I counldn't find the textbox in my jquery function using $('#TabContainer1_TabPanel1_TextBox1'). Here is my code:
my only issue is whenever 1st time it checks the record if found record it display message Record Found but whenever i try to change my textbox value it still gives me this message. it does not get reset if record not found.
I'm using the JQuery validation plugin inside a Fancybox window. My contact form appears in the modal popup when the user clicks a link (loaded through an external .html file with the form code), but my problem is that the validation is always skipped and the form is always submitted.The weirdest thing is it works if I put an "alert('...');" before the validation code
How to use the IF ELSE condition inside the RUle function in Jquery Validation. I am using one form for some fields are require for option 1 and some fields are require for option 2. Example for the below code I need name and address for option one and name and url for option 2. How to use the IF/Else condition for this.
I have web form (not MVC) that has bunch of textarea and textboxes where user can input HTML markup. For example, a textarea is provided so users can put YouTube embed iframe html tag where it will be shown on their profile. The problem is that asp.net 4.0 http request validation doesn't like things like ">" or "<", etc. I can put pagevalidation="false" on the page and/or revert back to .net 2.0 validation but why would I want to do that since I have geniuses like you guys that can show me how to do what I want with jquery without jeopardizing security.
So what I want to do is form a handler so when the form is submitted, the content of the textboxes and textarea on the page be encoded (i.e. > to > etc.) before the submission to the asp.net 4.0 so we can keep the httprequest validation stuff happy. I have added a class "mustEncode" to each of the textarea and textboxes.
I am using the Inline Form Validation Engine jQuery plugin found here [URL], and though I have posted at their forum as well, am having a heck of a time (not being well versed in js OR Ajax, unfortunately)
All I need to do is edit the code so that when the onSubmit function is processed, it returns only the first error it encounters, rather than keeping and display the array of every error. I have picked through the code several times, and can't seem to find where the array is stored. I thought perhaps I could find a for loop to limit, but am at a complete loss.
I want to enhance the script to increment the index of the last List element in the last row of my table.
Here's my jsp snippet:
My jQuery script is as follows:
The table i want to insert a row to has class 'tableAddRow' and the button that adds a new row has class 'addRow'. The problem I'm having is that when i click the addRow button, the browser freezes and a popup to stop the script comes up.
I'm using .load to load a snippet of code into a div on a page. This works fine, but IE won't show the div if there is any JQuery, or indeed and sign of <script></script> tags. The snippet I'm loading contains a form with a from/to date and needs some form validation, all of which I wish to use JQuery for, for instance:
Putting this script anywhere in the main body of my html page means that JQuery can't see the fields which eventually get loaded into the waiting div on the same page (even when using $(document).ready ). The field seems to be too deep in the DOM and loading too late for JQuery to see it. Anyway, this is why I want to include it at the top of the loaded html snippet. Is IE known to have a problem with scripts in .load-ed snippets? p.s.The reaction of IE is just to show a blank div.
I am trying to load a jquery chart (Flot) inside the second tab of jQuery tabs. It works fine on the opening tab, but if i bury the chart in any tab, it breaks and throws the js error "Invalid dimensions for plot..."
I looked around and the problem might be that because the second tab is hidden at page load, it is breaking something... I dug up a possible jquery fix/plugin called frameReady, which allows for you to load iframes, but I am not sure how to apply it.
How I can enable the second tab to show the chart?
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?
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!
It works fine, but I'm trying to hide the error messages which it defaults to "This field is required." The error message shows up in a label.. How in the world do I hide those error messages within those labels?
I'm getting a database error trying to access the validate plugin documentation. [URL] Error: A database query syntax error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software. The last attempted database query was: (SQL query hidden) from within function "MediaWikiBagOStuff::_doquery". MySQL returned error "1205: Lock wait timeout exceeded; try restarting transaction (localhost)".
Let say I have the following form. I need to put the error message of the checkbox a bit differently from the other element. The point is that I don't want the error message between the checkbox and the text. Let say I have:
Name: [textbox] error here (required) Email: [textbox] error here (required + email) Interests: (at least 2 checked)
Is there a way to change the shape of the 'blinking I-bar' inside a textbox to an "_" (underscore). I'm simulating the DOS environment using DHTML and the command prompt has a borderless text box with black background where the user can type the commands. It looks very much like our usual DOS command prompt except that the blinking cursor is an I-bar instead of the DOS '_' cursor!