I want the user to be able to move html elements around and even edit it like add effects like fade in and out etc.
Then after all the changes I want to overwrite the existing php file that does this for that user. how can you make such changes and then save it to a file?
I made this function to duplicate form elements with a little html-code surrounding the input fields. First i clone the html of the first child found (always gets rendered by php). Then, everytime the add-button is pushed, i append a cloned piece of that stored html. It's working fine except for the delete button.
It's seems that whenever a cloned html is removed, the other cloned elements aren't recognized anymore by the delete buttons (although the delete buttons are in them)
im loading data via json dynamical from the server. Now i try to optimate the speed of my application and so i want to disable the validate of the fields during the data loading from the server.Is there a simple solution to this? like validate = false
I am trying to get this simple piece of code to work, for some reason the HTML page is not handling the jQuery.js link. Tried the ../ for a link would'nt work either. The HTML file and the .js file all in the same folder in my htdocs
How can I validate a collection of fields, instead of validating the whole form? I'm using asp.net which uses one form element, which I even don't use. I have a tab panel with on each tab a couple of fields. I only want to validate the fields on a tab.
I haven't been able to find anybody else with this same problem, so here goes...
I'm using LiveValidation to validate fields in a form before they are submitted. I have one option where the user can select "Married" "Engaged" "Living Together" or "Single"... based on what they select, it will show/hide different text input fields (Spouse Name, Fiance Name, Companion Name).
My problem is that even when these fields are hidden (using display='none'), LiveValidation still won't let the form submit if these fields are blank.
Does anyone know of a way I can have LiveValidation check to see if these fields are visible or hidden, and decide whether or not to let the form submit? Is there a Custom LiveValidation parameter or something?
I have a form on my website that takes registrations for my classes. The form currently is sent to a php that checks for empty fields. If all is good, they are passed to a thank you page. If any empty, they go to a page that reminds them to fill in all required fields, where I've provided a history-back button. Problem is that 1) the captcha image isn't refreshed, and 2) with 14 fields, they have to find the missed field!
This is where I thought that This Script would work great. It adds a "sentence image" in red when a required field is missed. This would keep the person on the same page, and highlight the missed fields!
My Problem; I've tried to adapt the script to my already existing form, but when I click the submit button, I quickly see my tables "expand" from the inserted image (haven't sized the image to fit yet, so it enlarges the table), but then immediately proceeds to the php script!
Below is the code between the head tags but only for field-1 for now!
I am trying to make several fields in a HTML form validated, but only when a dynamic checkbox is selected. I am not sure how to do this.
Here is a snippet of the dynamic checkbox code: <% Set RSLIST = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") SQLLIST = "SELECT * FROM Newsletters ORDER BY Newsletter_Name" RSLIST.Open SQLLIST, Conn, 1, 3 %> <%Do While Not RSLIST.EOF%> <input type="checkbox" name="Newsletters" value="<%=RSLIST("ID")%>"><%=RSLIST("Newsletter_Name")%>
I would like to make three fields (company, phone_work, license) mandatory when one of the "ID" (i.e. ID 2) is checked.
I am using jquery.validate.js. I am having 2 input fields. The condition is the second input value should not be less than first input value. The second condition is the first input value should not be greater than 2nd value. I tried with different options but it didnt work. Is there any jquery function for this validation? Or pl
I'm validating a form using jQuery validation. or that I only add an specific class to the fields ("required","email",etc..). Ex: <input id="form_linom" class="required" type="text" value="" name="form_linom" size="50"> Since is a big and dynamic form (selections in some fields hide or show other fields) I have problems when submitting the form since validator doesn't permit send the data to the server because is validating also the hidden fields. The way I add the class to each field is making an array in PHP of all the required fields and then if the field is in that array the class is added. The only other thing that I put was this in the header:
I posted code in [URL].. look that the email field is hidden but prevent the form to be sent. I need a general rule that collect all the required fields that are hidden, not only the e-mail field as in the example (In my real form I have 54 fields).
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.
I'm using jQuery validation on a form and I can't get it to only validate optional fields if the user enters something (should recognize the difference between this and the default value of the field, for text input fields). I know this is built in (I think) but I must be doing something wrong.
For example, phone number is optional but I want it to validate if the user enters something. Code for the phone in the JS file is:
When I just put "phone" as the class it validates the field even if it is not edited by the user at all. For the required fields I put "required" as the class to validate them but I just read in another post that this is not necessary with the plugin...? I guess I am not sure whether the field should be define as optional by a class or in the JS file, and if it's the latter, how to do that.
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:
im using Jquery.validate, and I have a particular issue, jquery plugin is validating fields which didn't have rules. this is my code. Im attaching my code.Display name, First and Last name works fine. The wrong behavior is when I change DDL values and Do click elsewhere in the page, the minlenght validation activates for the dropdown lists.
I am using jquery validation plugin successfully to validate certain fields against my server. The thing is sometimes user types too fast, and the validation plugin sends the word if not equal to the previously sent word. This causes some problems with my mod-evasive that I run in apache. Is there anyway to slow down these requests, or say post to server each 300ms. The jquery UI autosuggest has this feature, where you can set a delay time.
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])