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  • # January 11, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    hey everyone,

    i hope all is well.

    i’ve been stuck on something for the past 3 hours… for those experienced in JQuery, it should be very easy…

    if you try to run "http://pastebin.com/m51a040cd" … it will run smoothly BUT the problem is that if you fill the email in a wrong way, it will display the error but the page will still submit.

    i don’t want the AJAX code to run unless all fields are working properly… these fields are "email and checkbox"

    any help?

    thanks in advance…

    mb

    # January 18, 2009 at 11:27 pm

    id try
    giving the submit button dIsabled="disabled" then,
    making a var valid = false and once it is true (everything checks out on the forum)
    remove the attr from the input button… but make sure you check the validation via php as well

    # January 19, 2009 at 4:47 pm

    Definitely something funny going on… by default the jquery validation plugin doesn’t allow normal submission of a form until the validation errors are fixed. But I bet since you have build a custom action for that submit button that is getting through…

    You might have to write something custom to disallow that ajax submission part until validation passes. A little beyond a simple fix for my brain right now =)

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