JQuery :: Make A Group Of Textbox A Required Field?
Jun 30, 2011
i have a group of textbox and i have to validate them on button click.First validation is required field validation i.e., it iscompulsoryto provide input and, Second validation is range validation .e.g., textbox can only contain numeric values between 0-9. How can iachievethis functionality using jQuery ?
Here is my validation script from dreamweaver I also have it in php for server side. But I trying to get a checkbox to make a text field required when you select it. Right now I have it so when you hit submit whether the text field is filled out or whether the checkbox is selected or not the error message comes up no matter. The link to the page is [URL]
however the validation still fails on the creditcard field. If I enter this in to Firefox's console:
it returns false.
To make matters more confusing, this validation only fails on my form when I am passing a particular parameter in the URL string. I've scoured my code and cannot figure out why that parameter would have any impact whatsoever on this matter.
How can I do validation on a group of input fields, as long as one of the 3 fields have a value then it's valid,I've managed to group them, but it's showing up with 3 error messages instead of one. How can I get it to display just the one error msg for all 3 input fields?
On a project I got stuck on this "problem". When you make a json (ajax) call. You also need a callback function. Which means I have to call the next $.getJSON within that callback function to read the next portion of data. In my opinion this is not very readable code...What I want is a nice and readable piece of code. Where you could just write it like this: var data1 = $.getJSON(..); var data2 =$.getJSON(..); I've found a solution here: [URL] (explains my problem perfectly). But it's not compatible with the getJSON story. Is there already a possibility to do this with the jquery library?
I'm trying to figure out if it makes sense to use jQuery to do the following. I have a form with several checkboxes. If one particular checkbox is checked, I'd like a required dropdown field to appear. Is this something fairly straightforward to do with jQuery?
I am attempting to use the errorContainer, errorLabelContainer model to display all validation errors. I have a field that is not required, but if there is data in it, it must be a number between 100 and 65535. If I enter an invalid number and change focus, the errorContainer appears along with the error message. If I empty the field, the error message goes away, however the errorContainer is still visible with the it's global error message. Is there a way to get the container to hide also?
this code check work fine ,but i have radio button (yes and no) on same .aspx page .if yes(0) and no (1). i need to check if yes is selected (certain palceholder open that have some controls) i already did .but teh problem is i need to check yes is selected or not for radio buton.
I have 4 groups of radio buttons (4 different questions using radio buttons) that I need to be required but only if a check box is selected. Also, is there a way to disable these radio buttons if the check box has not been selected?
I have some fields that require no validation and some that require it. The valid css I made in green color. Now when I click on submit the validated fields show green and the non requested are left yellow that I use. Is there a way to somehow on submit make all the fields to have valid class?
I am having a simple textbox: <input id="myText" name="myText" type="text" visible="false" /> and a checkbox: <input name="myCheckbox" id="myCheckbox" type="checkbox" /> How can I make the textbox visible if the user select the checkbox?
I'm a relative novice at java script. I've been working on a google map that can be found at: [URL](way too much code to post here). Each of the makers on the map has s particular set of information that pops up in a window when it is clicked, including a hyperlink called "join this group." Right now clicking on that link merely takes the user to the form at the bottom of the page.
What I would like the link to do is to both take the user to form at the bottom of the page and automatically select from the drop down menu the group associated with that particular "join this group" link. For example, if a user selected the marker representing the Neighborhood, Beverly group and then hit the join this group link, the drop down menu would automatically select the Neighborhood, Beverly (Pless) for them. I suspect this involves using java script to pass a value. I just have had no luck getting it to work.
There will be 2 option value,1st is yes,2nd is no.If person select "yes" textbox will appear below selection area,if person select "no" a link will appear,and will redirect you to there when you click on it.