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What pattern do I need to jQuery Validate a value less than a particular number?

Thread began 5/23/2014 12:59 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 5/30/2014 3:18 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | 1818 views | 26 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  the on change wont take effect on page load, it will only trigger when the selection is changed. on page load show the default price, then when a selection is made, let the onChange event look up the price to change what is displayed based on the selection.  



Problem is Jason, there are up to three drop down menu's...Colour (which doesn't affect price), Dimmable (which does) and Sensor (which does).

When the page initially loads I can show the default price, sure, but the customers first choice is colour therefore they'll have, for example...

Colour Drop-Down - Warm White
Dimmable Drop-Down - Please select
Sensor Drop-Down - Please select

This combination isn't available as a product so what's happening is that the price disappears, as does the lookup product code (because there isn't a product with this combination).

That was why I was trying to provide some kind of value for the Dimmable and Sensor drop downs, even though they're sat on "Please select", because the page will assume that those values are the default and, therefore, won't try to change the price or product code?

Does that sound sensible?
Thank you
NJ

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