JQuery :: (validate) Display Default Validation Errors, Not Title?
Jul 15, 2009
Is there a way of telling the validation plug-in to use it's defaulterror messages when the title on the control is set? The defaultvalidation error messages are good for most of my cases so I'd rathernot have to explicitly set the messages for each and every one ofthem.For example, if I attach a "required" validation rule to a textbox andset its title to something, I don't want that title to appear as theerror message when they leave the field blank and I'd rather not haveto explicitly set the validation message
I'm using this jquery plugin I recently found, and I'm having some trouble with it. Actually I got it to work quite nicely, the thing is that (as you may notice in that same demo) it works using the Title attribute so when you hover for a couple of seconds over a menu button, that awful default tooltip appears. I did some research but I couldn't find any simple way to hide those.
The way I have my form set up, I have a line break between the input fields and their labels. By default, the Validation plugin puts errors after the input field. I am trying to put the errors next to the labels so it looks like...
Name: This field is required. [ ]
I've read the documentation and tried modifying the errorPlacement example, but I never got it to work the way I want it.
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 updated my Wordpress installation today and it seems to have broken the plugin somehow; in Internet Explorer the images all display at once, stacked on top of each other. It's the same problem from this thread from last year:It was fixed at the time using 'fit', but apparently this no longer works.
Trying to use the [URL] I would like to beable to ignore default values, but am sort of stuck. I already looked through all 42 results after searching for how to validate while ignoring default value. I have tried:
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:
Firstly I've used jquery for about an hour now so that's how little I know, that's why this should be simple as :)Ok So I've been reading the docs on ids and ".attr"'s and have achieve half of what I need to do. I've used this:
to get the title of an image and then display it. This works fine except it gets rid of the image. I want to be able to use display the image and use the title as a caption. After I'veachievedthis I'd also like to be able to put that title in a div so I can use css to muddle with it.
I have a user name, password, phone number etc., that all need to be validated before being submitted. The functions filter out the unwanted characters and null and zero length strings. I did have a pop up that listed the errors but I would prefer them to be listed below the log in screen that is a hidden div.I cannot get it to work.The validation works fine,
I'm trying to change the default required field message in the validation plugin from "This field is required" to simply "Required". I tried to do so like this:
but this isn't working. I'd prefer not to edit the actual code to change the message, although that is an option (but one that would mean constantly updating the message when the validation code is downloaded once again).
I have a select list #technology. Due to some back end processing it's default value is "0" (Please Select) I am trying to write a validation rule to make it required. The problem I'm having is that if you hit submit when it shows "Please Select" which has the value="0" then make a different selection it's not removing the error msg. Also if you hit submit multiple times when it is showing Please Select it just keeps adding the error msg
My natural inclination would be to just keep a count of errors that increments and decrements when errors occur and are resolved. Then the script would check to see that the error count is 0 before re-enabling the submit button. It seemed easy, but I think I'm getting mixed up somewhere in conflicts of variable scope, and it's not turning out right.A google search rendered an example where someone was using a string variable to store errors, concatenating and replacing data to the string as errors were logged/resolved.
how to create a function to validate that the default text hasnt been submitted, Could I somehow put it in with my validateIt function? By using something like document.forms.visitor_name.value =="Enter your name"? Or am I way off?
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-W3CDTD XHTML 1.0 StrictEN" "http:www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http:www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
Assuming that a checkbox is initially unchecked, the following code works because the additional text is hidden, and when the checkbox is checked, the function if performed to show() it. However, what needs to be done if the checkbox may or may not be checked initially?
Is there any way to display "Processing" message, by default, in the iframe triggering by jQuery from the parent window? IFrame is runing CURL function and with PHP 5.2 I can't display any message there so I need to have there something by default.