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javaScript to prevent form submit with 0 value

Thread began 1/18/2013 3:38 pm by Roxana | Last modified 1/20/2013 8:00 pm by Roxana | 5946 views | 9 replies

Roxana

I opened a new thread about the warning, because it seems to have nothing to do with adding lines to the database.

This is how far I have gotten:

This code placed right behind the size drop down menu will echo "make a selection" when I try to add a $0 item to the cart, but it does not prevent the item from being added to the cart.

<span class="validation">
<?php
if ($row_rspricelookup['price'] == "0")
{
echo"<--", "&nbsp;", ($row_rscontent3['description5']);
}
?>
</span>



With this code I successfully call a javascript function, when I hit submit (shortened for better viewing):

form action="Action" method="post" name="Name" id="ID" onsubmit="return checkForm();">



And this is the javascript function:

<script type="text/javascript">
function checkForm()
{
var prize = ($row_rspricelookup['price']);
if (prize == "0")
{
alert("Check size selection");
return false;
}
}
</script>



Not working. However when I leave out the variable and the if condition, the alert box will pop up instead of the page submitting. So I know, that the function is properly called, just the condition/variable is wrong.

I want to compare the current price to "0", but don't know how to incorporate the database value into the javascript function. ($row_rspricelookup['price']) worked for the php code, but not for the javascript.

Jason, could you tell me, how to call the value?

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