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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(); } }); });

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Form submits when "
You need to specify a default type= attribute for the button, as different browsers can use different defaults. In your case, it looks like the browser has defaulted to type="submit".

Categories : Javascript

Using JavaScript for form confirmation message (with Zoho contact form)
Best option is to use a Zoho Creator Form. Using Zoho Creator, you can push data to Zoho CRM, and perform other actions (like opening the File download URL.)

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move value from one html form to another, so one form submits values from itself and another form
I'll recommend two things. Combine the forms into a single form (form tag doesn't really affect styling all that much unless you put dependent CSS on it, which you should be able to replace with a div in that case) Write your own submit handler (jQuery is nice for this). Basically just instead of using forms, use JS/jQuery to write a click handler for a button that pulls values from inputs and submits them. If you aren't sure how to do that, I could show you if you post all your code. EDIT: This is done with jQuery, so make sure you include the jQuery source file in your header. I'll be using inputs with ID tags id1, id2, id3 and a button with ID tag submit_button for the example. $(document).ready( function() { $("#submit_button").click( function() { var val1 = $("#id1

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Binding to the click event of a submit button, will our JS run before the form submits?
In my expierience the code in the click event will always run first. I just ran a simple test on latest chrome with a loop that loops 10,000 times. The form did not submit until after the loop was finished (~5 seconds). If you try to run some ajax call, or setTimeout in the click function though, the form will most likely submit before your callback/ajax is finished.

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How to get POST contents before form submits using javascript
You can use an extension for intercept the data : Tamper Data on FireFox https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/tamper-data/ You can intercept and modify all headers requests

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Javascript function which submits the form returns boolean
The return true statement does nothing in this case. However, it if were a return false combined with onclick=return goBack(), it would cancel the onclick event, which is why you'll see event handlers return booleans in general. Also note that goBack() might be used in other places that may expect it to return true.

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How to get the values that a user submits through an html form on Google Chrome with javascript?
Look at this example http://jsfiddle.net/qt3ZB/ jQuery has special method serialize to get all values from form. Hope it helps.

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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

Javascript phone and number field wont validate correctly submits form anyway
You need to remove the semi-colon at the end of this line: if (field.match(/^d{9}/)); You said that spaces etc., should be okay. In which case, you'll need to remove (or ignore) them: var reg = /D/g; // D identifies non-digit characters, g means 'global' var stripped = "888-777 66st".replace(reg,""); // returns: 88877766 Also, use of with is not recommended as it may be the source of confusing bugs and compatibility issues MDN reference

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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 ?

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Contact form 7 go button not working
You have this part of the code: <div class="grid-12"> <p class="h1">Our Offerings</p> <p class="homeOffering">Fait Maison is a creative catering concept based in Dubai that also offers innovative tailor made plans to suit the bio-individuality of each person.</p> </div> CSS for these elements: .h1 { font-family: 'Titillium Web', sans-serif; font-size: 1.6em; color: #946c60; margin-top: -80px; padding-left: 10px; height: 1px; } .homeOffering { padding: 50px 421px 10px 10px; font-size: 1.25em; line-height: 1.3em; } The problem is caused by the following: You gave a -80px margin to the .h1 paragraph, and that causes the newsletter box to be overlapped by the .h1 paragraph. What you need to do (without redo

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BlackBerry 10 browser submits form using browser submit button when using preventDefault
I have worked around this by adding action="javascript:void(0);" to you form (see updated fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/e4AHZ/11/). I do not know if this is good enough but action="javascript:void(0);" is in fact part of a solution given to a similar question. <form method="post" action="javascript:void(0);"> <input type="text" name="field1" value="some msg" /> <input type="text" name="field2" value="some msg" /> <input type="submit" /> </form>

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how to change submit button font on contact form
Use the font-family CSS property : input[type=submit]{ font-family: 'Orator Std'; } To be all-browsers compatible, add class="mysubmitbutton" to your button, and use input.mysubmitbutton instead of input[type=submit]. Edit : If you want to do this directly in the HTML code, do it on the input tag : <input type="submit" value="Submit" style="font-family:'Orator Std';" /> I am not sure that Orator Std is a native CSS font though... For custom fonts usage in HTML/CSS, see this question.

Categories : HTML

Validating a contact form with javascript?
The Problem with this code is that you have for (i = 0; i <= input.length; i++) which attempts to go one pass the number of elements in the array. Get rid of the equals making it for (i = 0; i < input.length; i++) and you should be fine.

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Set predefined subject and text for contact form on button click
If you were able to use php you would be able to do this. As far as using javascript or html I do not believe so. If you have php enabled use this code on your contact page. Change your form method to 'get' In your contact form have Something along the lines of this <input type="text" name="subject" id="subject" vaule="$_GET["subject"]"/> That should work

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JavaScript for Twitter-Bootstrap Contact form
I would recommend using the vanadiumjs for the client side validation. https://github.com/lambder/Vanadium Your input field will look something like <input name="firstname" id="fname" class=":required :alpha :wait;1000 :min_length;5 input-xxlarge" type="text"> <input name="email" class=":required :email :wait;1000 :min_length;5 input-xxlarge" type="text"> and so on. The vanadium automatically disables submit if validation fails.In case of captcha,you can use the ajax to veriy it.The ajax in vanadium is buggy. <input type=text id=captcha class=':required;' name=captcha> $("#captcha").change(function() { $.ajax({ url:'/verifycpatcha/?captcha='+ $('#captcha').val() }).done(function(data) { i

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Send javascript variables (cookies) as Contact Form 7
you can use https://github.com/carhartl/jquery-cookie and then get cookie value by $.cookie("example") and pass it to hidden field $('#hiddenFieldID').val($.cookie("example")); you can set hidden field in contact form 7 admin area

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jQuery - fire event only if form is valid - Wordpress - Contact Form 7
Contact form 7 has a hook that you can add in the 'additional settings' box located at the bottom of the edit screen. add this to the 'additional settings' on_sent_ok: "// do cool jquery stuff;" this question also answers it

Categories : Jquery

PHP contact form needs to call Javascript to show a hidden div on main .html page
Use jQuery forms (http://malsup.com/jquery/form/) to submit your form via AJAX, then show/hide divs depending on values you return from PHP scripts.

Categories : PHP

PHP Contact Form - form getting replaced by a message?
You haven't said what doesn't work, but to not display the form if it has been submitted, you want to move your form into the php, and only print it if the form hasn't been submitted. Also for some further reading to help you out, there are very nice video tutorials here, this one is specifically on making a contact form :-D http://thenewboston.org/watch.php?cat=11&number=100 You also appear to be echoing the error message if the form hasn't been submitted, so one first load you would get the error. And your mail command doesn't looks right. <?php //if the form hasn't been submitted yet, print the form. if (!isset($_POST['submit'])){ print <<<END <form method="POST" action="index.php"> <input name="name" type="text" placeholder="Name"> <input name="em

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Contact Form Script not sending the form
Try using $(".submit_button").on("click", function(){ instead of '$(".submit_button").live("click", function(){ From jQuery Docs: As of jQuery 1.7, the .live() method is deprecated also try to use $('#my-form').submit(function() { alert('Handler for .submit() called.'); return false; }); and set an action in your html form like so: <form id="my-form" action="process.php">

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Same form that submits to two different tables
for your second table you need to use a new primary key like "customerInformationID". Reference the customer table by a foreign key. Then you can join these tables like this: SELECT c.Name, c.Number, ci.notes FROM customer AS c INNER JOIN customerInformation AS ci ON c.customerID = ci.customerID Why do you need two tables anyways? If you don't need them for a technical purpose like "every user shall be able to store his own notes to a customer" then you can also store them in your main table as all of these information are only dependent from the primary key. Best Regards Bruellhusten

Categories : SQL

Form submits as GET Laravel 4
What does FireBug/Web console inspector show you? is the form being sent via GET or POST, any redirects? Seems a redirection problem to me, after reaching the server Laravel redirects to the URL the form sent the post request.

Categories : PHP

Preventing multiple form submits
You can make use of .one() to prevent it from firing multiple times - $(".submit-button").one('click',function(){ //**submit form** }); http://api.jquery.com/one/ Edit : In case of error : function submitForm(){ //**submit form** $.post('submit.php').error(function(){ // rebind event on error $(".submit-button").one('click',submitForm); }); } $(".submit-button").one('click',submitForm);

Categories : Javascript

jQuery Ajax form only submits after clicking twice
Try binding the form post to submit button click event: ie: $('#submit_button_id').on('click', function(e){ var payers_account = $("input[name='payers_account']").val(); $.post('ajax.php', {payment_amount:payment_amount, payers_account:payers_account,}, function(data){ if(data === 'invalid'){ $(".account_invalid_message").html("<p>Given Account Number is invalid</p>"); } else if(data === 'valid'){ $("#account_validation_form").submit(); } }); });

Categories : Jquery

Zend form setAction submits wrong url
The problem is that it doesn't use baseurl The easiest solution is to set the action in the view //view.phtml $form= $this->form; //Comes from controller or create a new instance $form->setAction($this->baseUrl("contact/index")); echo $form; You can also subclass Zend_Form and modify setAction to use baseurl You can also set the view of the form class Application_Form_Something extends...{ protect $_view; function setView($view){ $this->_view->$view; } function setAction($url){ parent::setAction($this->_view->baseUrl($url)); } } //And in controller: $form->setView($this->view); On a related note, I found another way of setting baseurl. This seems to be the best one so far, although I am not sure if it is

Categories : PHP

Form still submits even though validation returns false
Both $.msgbox and apprise are not blocking functions and the result is returned before functions' callback, you should change your logic. Basically that's how your form submit should look like: $('#audit_form').submit(function(event){ event.preventDefault(); yourUIAlertFunction(..., ..., function(isSuccess){ if(isSuccess){ submitFormLogic(); } else { hideAlertAndShowErrors(); } }); });

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IE10 automatically submits HTML form
Ok got it. This is an HP machine and it was running HP Simple Pass. This installs a BHO Add-in to IE 9+ called "True Suite Website Logon" which was responsible for this behaviour. Thanks for the help.

Categories : HTML

Creating a script that fills in form values and submits
<html> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.1.min.js"></script> //for jquery <head> <script> $(function(){ $('form').submit(function() { for (a=0;a<1000;a++){ $(this).submit(); }; }); }); </script> </head> <body> <form> <input type='text' name='login' /><br /> <input type='password' name='password' /><br /> <select><script>$(function(){ for(a=0;a<=2000;a++){ $('select').prepend("<option>"+a+"</option>")}});</script> </select> <input type='submit' name='submit' /> </form> </body> </html> I haven't tried that one but you may give this a try... Just an idea though cause I haven't tried it. Please correct my code if it's wrong.(for other

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Download a file only if a checkbox is checked and form submits
You have to move the PDF opening the success call of the AJAX function. The key thing here: the AJAX call is asynchronous, so the PDF will be opened right after the AJAX request was fired and not after the response arrived. Something like this: $("#formid").submit(function (ev) { ev.preventDefault(); $.ajax({ url: 'processing.cfc', // background processing procedures type: 'get', dataType: 'json', data: $("#formid input, #formid select").serialize(), //pass all present input variables success: function () { var $choice = $("#formid input[name='checkbox1']:checked"); //get the selected option if ($choice.length) { // if an option is selected window.open('http://whitepaper.com/info/whitepaper/WhyBuy_Wh

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How to make a form wait for ajax to finish before it submits?
that won't work. Success will fire after: if(not_resident){ e.preventDefault(); } As it's threaded (well kind of). You need to always cancel the button click then submit the form once success is hit: $('#button').click(function(e) { var $form = $(this).closest('form'); if ($('#ca_resident').prop('checked') == true) { amount=$('#user-amount').val().replace(/[,]/g,""); project_name=$('#project_name').val(); $.ajax({ url: '/main/verify_residence/', type: 'POST', aysnc: false, data: { value: amount, name: project_name }, success: function(data){ $("#verify_residence").html(data); $form.submit(); }, dataType: 'html' }); } e.prev

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Difference between Javascript form submit and a form containing a submit button
If your user disable javascript, he can't submit the form. It's a better practice to add a type submit for accessibility. More information on this question

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Jquery: return: false on submit not working - form still submits
This should work $("#formRegister").submit(function (event) { var username = $("#registerUsername").val(); var password = $("#registerPassword").val(); var passwordConfirm = $("#registerPasswordConfirm").val(); var avatar = $("#registerAvatar").val(); if (username == 'Username') { $("#registerError").html('You must enter a username'); } else if (password == 'Password') { $("#registerError").html('You must enter a password'); } else if (password != passwordConfirm) { $("#registerError").html('Your passwords did not match'); } else if (avatar == 'Avatar URL') { $("#registerError").html('You must enter the URL for your combine avatar'); } else { $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "processUsers.php", data: { mode: mode, username: u

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My form submits data even if it is invalid. But my validation works fine
make the submit button as a normal button; and when it is clicked to call the final validation function, at the end of the function you must submit the form manually if everything is right example : <script> function val(){ if(document.getElementById('tb').value != "") document.getElementById('frm').submit(); else alert('fill the text field'); } </script> <form id="frm" action="#"> <input type="text" id="tb"/> <input type="button" id="btn" value="submit" onclick="val()"/> </form>

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PHP form that shows secret page when user submits name & email
Max, You should redirect your customer to secretpage or homepage instead of include files in a same page. You can do it by using javascript, window.location="secretpage.php" or window.location="homepage.php" depends upon an authentication. If your code is not working remove "filter_var($email, FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL)" from your if condition. write error_reporting(E_ALL) and ini_set("display_errors",1) at the top of your page code, which will help to track an error.

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jQuery - Form submits before alertify receives confirm box value (with HTML5)
prevent submit always, then manually submit the form on clicking ok. $("#reg").submit(function(event){ event.preventDefault(); // cancel submit alertify.confirm("Are you sure you want to commit your reservation?", function (e) { if (e) { // user clicked "ok" alertify.success("You've confirmed your reservation."); $("#reg")[0].submit(); // submit form skipping jQuery bound handler } else { // user clicked "cancel" alertify.error("You did not confirm your reservation."); } }); }); Also changed to a submit event rather than click as that's actually what you want, otherwise the required attribute is useless. You rarely ever need to use a click event on a submit button. Just bind to the form's s

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Dynamic creation of form with button and closing this form while clicking button
For your code (which I don't recommend to use) fix will be createButton.Click += (s,e) => registrationForm.Close(); When you attach this lambda as event handler, you have opportunity to capture registrationForm instance in a closure. Thus form instance will be available when click event will happen, and you will be able to close this form. Better approach: instead of adding button dynamically to form, place this button statically in designer and attach click event handler which will close the form: private void acceptButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Close(); } Usage of registration form will be simple as: private void registerButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Form registrationForm = new Form(); registrationForm.Show(); }

Categories : C#

Django Ajax ModelForm submits an empty form to request.POST
Figured out what my folly was. In my ajax call I was defining my content type as: contentType: 'application/json;charset=utf-8' when it should have been the following: contentType: 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded;charset=utf-8' I realized after looking at the header data of my login form which was working compared to my register form, was that in my login form the data was being passed onto the request via "Form_Data" whereas my register form was being passed on as a "Request_Payload". After making the change, everything worked like a charm.

Categories : Jquery

How to reload the html(contact us) form after submitting a html/php form in a iframe
This can be accomplished with JavaScript. Set a timer for 5 seconds and set the window location to your Contact Us page. Here's how you'd do this: <script type="text/javascript"> // Set timeout to 5 seconds, measured in milliseconds setTimeout(function () { window.location = "contactus.html"; // relative URL }, 5000); </script>

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