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eCart 6 - jQuery Validation

Thread began 1/15/2014 7:50 pm by Dennis | Last modified 1/15/2014 10:35 pm by Dennis | 356 views | 1 replies


eCart 6 - jQuery Validation

I was fiddling around with the jQuery Validation installed with eCart6 and I noticed a couple issues/questions.

The links installed for both the css & JavaScript files do not reflect the correct path from my file. Both link to "webassist/jq_validation/..." Instead of "../webassist/jq_validation/..." since my page is in a folder 1 level down.

The link to the css file is installed twice.

In the jQuery Form Validation wizard, what determines if a field is listed under the "Field:" dropdown on the "Field Settings" tab.? Mine were not.

I'm curious why you chose jQuery h5Validate over what I thought was the very popular jQuery.Validate ( which was even used as example of jQuery capabilities in a book I just bought The Joy of jQuery.


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