There are two input fields in a form, but only one of them is required, they are not required at the same time. Either A or B is required. ( A is required OR B is required). In other words, a user can input data to field A, or he can input data to filed B, but he can not input data to Both A and B at the same time. How to implement this constraint in Jquery form validation?
I am trying to use jquery: validation plugin by Jörn Zaefferer. Which works really well I have to say. The one limitation I am trying to work around is how I can run validation for required fields before I submit a form. At the moment I have to submit the form before I see the error messages for required fields I would like to see them prior as the user tabs through the form.
How do I disable the submit button if all required fields in a form are not filled in? Say I have a form with Name, Age,message, and email. Name, message and email must be filled in or else the submit button will not show or will be disabled and then enabled once filled. If the fields are filled in then the submit button will show. If the fields are filled in but then one is deleted then the submit button will hide. Ideally if I can have it disabled that will work, if not I will settle on hide at this point.
I have a form that has 4 "required fields" that validate using JS. I am now trying to add a 5th "required field" (the difference is that this field is a "radio button input as opposed to a text input).
I have it working so that when the 1st radio button is selected, the form will go through. However, when the 2nd radio button is selected, it comes up with the "please fill in all required fields" error.
Here is the JS I have so far:
I tried adding the 2nd radio button value like this:
(document.indiv_reg.skill.checked =="") || (document.indiv_reg.skill.checked =="") But when I do that, then even when the 1st radio button is selected it comes up with the "please fill out all required fields error".
My CMS generates forms in a specific way, and I need to change the way validated fields are selected. I'm using the validation plugin: It identifies form fields that have the "required" class. My CMS generates required elements like this:
<div class="required"><input /></div>
I was hoping this can be easily changed in the plugin syntax, but I can't find any reference to such a change (to select the required fields using this selector: ".required input"[where input is any form element])
I have a basic html form with some text input fields and a couple drop down selection lists. Our employees print the form and include it with items they need our shipping department to ship for them. The form uses the following verification script to ensure the required fields have been populated before the screen prints. It works exactly as desired in Safari and Firefox. In Internet Explorer, however, the selections made in the drop down lists are reset to the default values on the printed form.
Before you respond with, "don't use Internet Explorer," you have to understand that Internet Explorer is our only corporate approved web browser because it is the only browser supported by some of our other "mission critical" third party web apps and because it can be more rigorously controlled using Group Policies than Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, et al, can. How to make the form print without resetting the drop down list selections? :confused:
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?
What I am trying to accomplish is I have a radio button "RequiredApprovalYesNo". When the selection is "Yes", I need fields "Approver" and "ApproverEmail" to be required upon submit. I also need to make sure that a selection is made with this radio button of either Yes or No.Here is my HTML code for these three fields and was wondering if someone could show me how to code this script or, give me an example of a Radio button selection resulting in additional fields being required or not.
I have this order form where the customers can change the quantity by intput in a text field.I would like to have the text field changed with select fields, but doing so in the form, the script is not doing anymore.Can anyone have a look and tell me what to change in the scritp to accept select fields in place of the text fields.
I need to do a clientside check of a form to see if a "required" multiselect list and a checkbox have been left blank or not. To clarify, the user is required to select either one or more options from the multiselect list, the checkbox, or a combination of both.
What they can't do is leave both of them blank. Both the multiselect and the checkbox pass values to a PHPList script on the server as if they were one multiselect with the name "attribute17".
I'm dealing with a very long subscribe form, and so far I've been successful with figuring out the code to validate emails, select dropdowns, and checkboxes. This combination multiselect and checkbox is the last piece of the form that is giving me trouble. Hopefully somebody here has a solution.
I am having a problem with the submit() method that is driving me nuts. I'm using document.form.submit() with large text fields (approx. 2000 characters) and am getting a "Invalid Syntax" error. If I do the same thing with a text field of under 1500 characters, it works fine.
Is there some size limit here that I don't know about?
We're using Malsup's form plugin v2.82 and jQuery core 1.6.2. We're having issues in IE7 where, on a form with file upload, form fields are being dropped before the form is submitted to the server.We tracked it down to the `fileUpload` function, specifically line 196 where each field in the form data has `.attr('disabled',false)` run against it. If we change this to`.prop('disabled',false)` it all works fine.I don't see a clearly marked place to submit bug reports for the form plugin, and wanted to verify that others see this as well,