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on Closing cfwindow reload parent page
Adapting this example from the documentation worked for me. I added this code to the parent page: <script language="javascript"> function test(name) { ColdFusion.Window.hide(name); window.location.reload(); } </script> ... and this code in child page: <cfinput name="button" value="Hide Window" type="button" onClick="javascript:test('window name')"/>

Categories : Javascript

Form validation in Jquery sets background color for entire form and not form elements
Try this however keep this thing in mind that it will work only if your form have only one required element. If you have multiple required elements which have "required" class then you have to run foreeach for the selector and process each element accordingly. $(document).ready(function (){ $('.submitJobform').on('submit', function(e) { $( ".required" ).each(function( index ) { if( !$(this).value ){ $(this).css('background-color','red'); } }); e.preventDefault(); //prevent form from submitting }); });

Categories : Jquery

Why does Codeigniter automatically convert special entities in the form validation class if validation fails?
Turns out this is just built in. If you want to turn off form prepping when form validation does not pass, simply extend the form_validation class using MY_Form_validation.php, copy the original run() function, and comment out the following code: if ($total_errors > 0) { $this->_safe_form_data = TRUE; }

Categories : PHP

Difference between jquery form validation and model validation in cakephp?
You will always want to validate everything because you should never trust any input. This is a golden rule no matter what kind of program you write. Website or sensor. I would not even trust the input from a sensor for example and validate the data coming from it. Besides the server side validation you also should use the Security Component of CakePHP to secure your forms and site against attacks. You might want to use google to lookup a few attacks that the Security Component prevents, check the manual for a list. Javascript runs only in your browser. You could simply disable javascript and enter whatever you want. Further you can edit the markup and add an additional input there and submit that changed form. Now make your guess what happens when you add a hidden field "role" and give t

Categories : Javascript

Form validation error handling of Struts 1.3 after submit the form with Ajax call
As far as you stay on the same page when doing ajax call you could always return response via messages but doing it as success, not fail. You have also to turn validation framework off and use commons validator utils to perform validations by hands.

Categories : Jquery

Force validation of entire form in AngularJS upon editing any portion of the form?
I solved this by creating a directive. In that directive, I set up a $watch on the concatenated values of all the textboxes. Then when that $watch sees a change in any of the textboxes, it revalidates the element. Since this directive is applied to all my textboxes, the entire form revalidates when any one of the textboxes is edited. If someone has a more elegant solution than this, let me know. link: function(scope, elm, attrs, ctrl) { // when any of the intervals for this signal change, revalidate this interval scope.$watch( // loop through all the intervals for this signal, concatenate their values into one string function() { var intervals = [], child = scope.$p

Categories : Angularjs

Saving data in html form when form validation error occures
You can check whether you have already values in the different fields of the form every time you generate the form, and set the value in the html input. You can do that as follow assuming you use POST: <input type="text" name="var" value="<?php echo (isset($_POST['var']) ? $_POST['var'] : ''); ?>"/> Here you check if $_POST['var'] has a value (isset($_POST['var'])). If so, you write its value ($_POST['var']), else, you write nothing ('') You can use this method to adapt it to any kind of input.

Categories : HTML

Form validation causing wrong input in database from form field
job_status[0] ,job_status[1] means with name job_status two radio buttons exist. If you change one of the radio buttons name either of job_status[0] job_status[1] one will exist.So you are getting exception Instead of doing all that process by default select a radio button.That solves all your problems.I updated the link see here

Categories : Javascript

issue with fields names when using Rails form with Angularjs client side form validation
I don't know if you since found a solution to this issue, I was facing the same problem, I found an issue had been opened on GitHub : https://github.com/angular/angular.js/issues/1201 The solution is pretty simple, in your case you simply do : <span ng-show="signUpForm['user[email]'].$error.required">

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Javascript form validation returning false, but the form still submits
Try adding return true at last line of validateInventoryform() and remove extra "/" in this <button type="submit" data-theme="b"/>Submit</button> try Jquery to bind event $(function () { $('#form').bind('submit', function (e) { var isValid = true; if (!isValid) { e.preventDefault(); } }); });

Categories : Javascript

Form validation error. Form is allowing empty fields?
use this: if (!String.prototype.trim) { String.prototype.trim = function () { return this.replace(/^s+|s+$/g, ''); }; } reference: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/Trim and in your code do this: var val = inputs[i].value; if(val.trim() == "" || messagecontent.value == 'null'){// stuff}

Categories : Javascript

How do I preserve the information keyed in by the user in Django form fields when the submission fails validation while using a CSS customized form?
You can use {{form.name.value}}, and it will repopulate the value entered for a particular field when an invalid form is redisplayed. <input class="box" type="text" name="name" id="id_name" maxlength="100" value="{{form.name.value}}"/>

Categories : Django

silverstripe php form validation after form submit (RequiredFields)
SilverStripe forms are more complex than one would believe at first glance. you are right, the validator is checked before submitting, and only if the validator returns true the form action will be called. (also note that the form action is never exposed as URL, the URL is always the form it self, which then calls the form action.) on validation error, errors are set (into session) and the form redirects back. then the errors are fetched from the session. silverstripe forms are built with custom validation in mind. There is a class called Validator, everything that extends this class can be used to validate a form. (RequiredFields is a subclass of Validator). so you can built your own validator this way. But if you are looking for common validation cases the awesome NetefxValidator

Categories : Forms

Form Validation doesn't happen and form submits
You cannot chain the .validate() method onto an event handler... $('.login-form').submit(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); }).validate({...}); Furthermore, there is no reason to declare a .submit() handler in the first place. The plugin automatically handles the submit event of the form that you bind it to. Simply do this instead... $('.login-form').validate({...});

Categories : Jquery

jquery validation for a form creaing by zend form
Try this using jquery $(document).ready(function() { $('form').submit(function() { var name = $('input[name="name"').val(); if (name == '' || typeof name == 'undefined') { alert('Please provide name'); return false; } }) });

Categories : Jquery

Form replication with Ajax/jQuery validation form
As far as I remember validateErrors returned array of error messages for each fields. Can you please try this in validate_form.ctp <?php echo implode(',', $error); ?> Or if it not work, let's try <?php echo var_export($error); ?> and see what kind of variable that' the $error contains.

Categories : PHP

How can I display form validation messages on the same page as the form itself?
You can use something like the following to post the form with AJAX: $('#downloadForm').submit(function (e) { e.preventDefault(); // Don't let the form get submitted the normal way $.post("download.php", $('#downloadForm').serializeArray()).then(function (data) { $('notification').html(data); }, function (error) { $('notification').html("Network error submitting form - please try again"); }); }); There's a lot of improvements that can be made to this, but hopefully it's enough to get you started.

Categories : PHP

change a form value before validation in Django form
form.is_valid() runs through your form's (and model's in case of a ModelForm) clean method's, returning True or False If you plan on changing form data you can do it within the general clean method or at field level, e.g. class YourForm(DerivingClass): # regular stuff def clean_<ATTR>(self): # here return self.cleaned_data def clean(self): # or here return super(YourForm, self).clean()

Categories : Django

Multiple Form Dropdown Form, Validation, PHP
You have to move the second form submit code outside of first form submit. Try this <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>PHP FORM </title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css"/> </head> <body> <div id="container"> <?php // Print some introductory text: echo '<h2>Party Invitation Form</h2> <p>Please enter list of people with first name, last name and email address to get an invitation by email.</p>'; if (isset($_POST['submit-invite'])) { //DROPDOWN MENU $row = $_POST['invitee']; $problem = false; //always try to initialize variables, you may not run into unexpected warnings and problems. //show form ?> <form action="" method="post">

Categories : PHP

jquery validation working in one form and not in the other form
You should change the code as below: <form onsubmit="return editForm(this);" action="" method="post" accept-charset="utf-8" name="orgEdit" id="orgEdit" autocomplete="off"> <table border="0" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td><label>Head: </label></td> <td><input type="text" name="editHead" value="" id="editHead" class="required" /></td> </tr> <tr> <td><label></label></td> <td><input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Update" /></td> </tr> </table> </form> Javascript: function editForm(form) { $(form).validate({ rules: { editHead: { required:true, let

Categories : Jquery

JS Form Validation Fails, Yet Form Still Submits?
first you need to know where the bug is. For that, use console.log on each function. After, your code can be optimized with a better algorithm and regex. To know where the problem is check each return of each function. For the main function I will do somthing like that : function validateForm(){ if (validateUserName() && validateFName() && validateSName() && validateEmail() && validateConfirmEmail() && validatePassword() && validateConfirmPassword()){ return true; } return false; } edit : check the value of your main function too. do you have a link for this page directly ?

Categories : PHP

cascade validation form inside form
You should also add the 'cascade_validation' => true in the setDefaultOptions function of your FormularioType class your to make it work. /** * Sets the default options for this type. * * @param OptionsResolverInterface $resolver The resolver for the options. */ public function setDefaultOptions(OptionsResolverInterface $resolver) { $resolver->setDefaults(array( 'data_class' => 'Formulario', 'cascade_validation' => true )); }

Categories : Forms

Change form value before Codeignighter Form Validation
You can reassign any post value before $this->form_validation->run() like $_POST['slug'] = sf_generate_slug($_POST['slug']); While if you use your above method it will validate because it didn't overrides the $_POST values Hope it makes sense

Categories : PHP

Form Validation IE7
Try this function validateAgentForm(){ var count = 0; var findAgentFirstName = document.forms["find_agent"]["find_agent_first_name"].value; if(findAgentFirstName.length < 1){ document.getElementById("find_agent_first_name_error").style.visibility = "visible"; count++; return false;//This will prevent the form from submitting if the text field is empty } else{ document.getElementById("find_agent_first_name_error").style.visibility = "hidden"; } }

Categories : Javascript

Why is validation not run within second form?
In HTML only single form can be submitted, so in your case only the data from the form where a4j:commanButton resides is submitted from client to server. execute attribute impacts only server side processing, it does not change how data is submitted. So adding to execute a different form makes it actually processed on server side, but since there are no submitted values it means there is nothing to validate. Alternative solutions are: (preferred) Put popup with the button to the same form which needs to be submitted and validated. Put a a4j:jsFunction to contentForm and call it from popup, code would look like this: . <h:form id="contentForm"> .. other fields to be submitted .. <a4j:jsFunction name="executeContentFormAction" execute="@form" render="@form" action=

Categories : Ajax

Ajax validation in Yii form
You should be using radioButtonList() instead of radioButton(). <?php echo $form->labelEx($model,'gender'); ?> <?php echo $form->radioButtonList($model,'gender',array('1'=>'Male','2'=>'Female')); ?> <?php echo $form->error($model,'gender'); ?>

Categories : Ajax

jQuery Form Validation
Basically u can use jQuery Plugin http://jqueryvalidation.org/ But if you want you own validation.. Create a separe function that will be called on key up that you will pass the .val() and id or class check it you can read more here: http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/event_onkeyup.asp So when you pass the .val() in function you will have if state check the value and after add clas to that id: if(value == true){ id.addClass('green); }else{ id.addClass('red'); } css .green{border: 1px solid green;} .red {border: 1px solid red;} Example: <input type="password" id="pass" name="pass" class="vpb" onkeyup="return return check_password_safety(this.value);"> function check_password_safety(safe){ var msg = ""; var pas_safe = $("#pass").val(); var points = pas_safe.length; var p

Categories : Jquery

Nested Form Validation
I am pretty sure the reject_if is checked first, so if a user adds a ContactCardField with an empty value it is already rejected, before the save of the contact is attempted, and the save will always work. Options: add a validation on ContactCard that at least one ContactCardField should be present (if that is required in your case) drop the reject_if clause of the accepts_nested_attributes_for and let the validation in the model do its work.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

An example of form validation inside php
You check if the form fields are posted first and valid in the e.g. cart.php like this for example: if(is_numeric($_POST["quantity"]) && $_POST["quantity"]>0) { $each_item['quantity']=$_POST["quantity"]; } Now you are checking that quantity is numeric and not zero. You can do this for more fields and depending on the type you build your check like: if(!empty($_POST["customer_name"])) { $customerName=$_POST["customer_name"]; } For more advanced validation you can use regular expressions: preg-match

Categories : PHP

How to submit form after validation
Add your event listener to the form: <form id="form1" name="form1" method="post" action="send_survey.php" onsubmit="return validateForm()"> And make your button of type submit: <input type="submit" value="Submit" />

Categories : Validation

Validation ERRORs in my form
You appear to have a couple of misplaced closing braces in tradeformresult.php. As a result, you're only setting $noErrors if no bid price is given. From what I can see, the last 2 braces should be moved up like this: if ($bidpriceNotGiven) { // we add new error into $errors $errors['bidprice'] = "Bid Price is required"; } // <===== Moved from below $offerpriceNotGiven = empty($_POST['offerprice']); // if name not given if ($offerpriceNotGiven) { // we add new error into $errors $errors['offerprice'] = "Offer price is required"; } // <===== Moved from below

Categories : Java

Java form validation
You can use the spring validators http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.2.x/spring-framework-reference/html/validation.html

Categories : Java

Keep form data after validation - PHP
<?php echo ' <form method="post" action="index.php"> <label>Name:</label> <input type="text" name="Name" value="'.(isset($_POST['Name']) ? $_POST['Name'] : '').'" /> </form>'; ?> With this, the value attribute will be filled if $_POST['name'] exists, if not, it'll be empty.

Categories : PHP

Form validation - security
As you asked for review, pls read what you wrote here... } else if (strlen($username )< 6 || strlen($username) > 32) { $errors = "Your password must atleast be 6 characters."

Categories : PHP

JavaScript - Form Validation
As Kevmo mentioned a library, here is a quick and dirty example using jquery. Once you have the basics of javascript mastered look into jQuery, it will make your life a lot easier. HTML not the absence on any calls to javascript functions and our required fields have the required class <form id="formToValidate"> <label for="familyName">Family name</label> <input type="text" id="familyName" id="familyName" class="required"> <p class="requiredText">Family Name Required</p> <label for="familyName">First name</label> <input type="text" id="firstName" id="firstName" class="required"> <p class="requiredText">First Name required</p> <label for="familyName">Dogs' name</label> <input t

Categories : Javascript

Form validation in Play 2
This is the validate method for a Map: public Map<String, List<ValidationError>> validate() { Map<String, List<ValidationError>> errors = new HashMap<String, List<ValidationError>>(); // do validation return errors; } The map entry key is the name of your form field and the value is a List of all of the errors associated with that field. If you want to add a global error then I think you pass in an empty string "" as the key. ValidationError takes three parameters. The first is the key again, the second is the error message, and the third is the message arguments as a List of Objects.

Categories : Java

php validation from array form
How can I read if one of array is get WRONG and then redirect to event.php? You may break out of for-loops. Instead of: else { echo "WRONG"; header("location:../../../event.php?msg=Same seat number"); } You could try: else { echo "WRONG"; header("location:../../../event.php?msg=Same seat number"); break 2; }

Categories : PHP

Validation of Dynamic Form Name
validate_numeric('theForm', 'txtQuantity_$DeptID', 'Quantity'); Will pass literally txtQuantity_$DeptID. Single quotes do NOT interpret variables. You must put that in double quotes like this at a minimum: validate_numeric('theForm', "txtQuantity_$DeptID", 'Quantity'); And in certain editors it's even clearer if you do validate_numeric('theForm', "txtQuantity_{$DeptID}", 'Quantity'); I also noticed your function is echoing all the way down. Make sure you have one string which you return at the end so you do echo validate_numeric rather than putting it right there. Functions that output are hard to move/refactor. $x is completely undefined when you are returning and is probably filling your logs with notices

Categories : PHP

How do I pass a value from a form for validation
Try this one: class YourModel < ActiveRecord::Base validate :your_method def your_method #your stuff should return true or false end end Hope it will help.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

PHP form - with validation honeypot
Honeypots work best if they have a field name that sounds legit, they should also be hidden using javascript to change the css after the page loads. (Most) bots don't have javascript enabled so they cannot process that this field should not be filled out. I use something like this: <div class='req'> <label for='website'>Leave blank</label> <input type='text' name='website'> </div> Hide it with jquery: $(document).ready(function(){ $(".req").hide(); }); reject it server side if the field is filled out with something like this if($_POST['website'] != ''){ echo "It appears you are a bot!"; } else{ //process the rest of the form }

Categories : PHP



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