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Validation issue with new form

Thread began 5/05/2010 9:54 pm by dcb286193 | Last modified 5/10/2010 2:00 pm by Jimmy Wu | 901 views | 4 replies |

dcb286193

Validation issue with new form

I created a form and have added a show field in order for the person visiting must either register or if they are logged in it show their log in information instead, very similar to the checkout page on powerstore. I have looked at the code for powerstore checkout page to try and figure out what I am missing in order to not get the following error when logged in, I just can not figure what I am missing.

"Spry.ValidationConfirm ERR: The element Registration_group_Confirm_Spry doesn't exists!"

Maybe I did not use form builder correctly and need to start over with some validation in order for an either or situation to exist. Your help is appreciated.

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Jimmy Wu

Can you attach the page with the form with your next response so we can take a look at it?

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dcb286193

What I am looking for is the validation as it is on the checkout page of powerstore. So when someone is logged in it will show their information as opposed to the registration information with confirm. Since I set this form up using CSS Form Builder the code is different so I am having trouble figuring out how to set it up to work.

Or as I said, is their away for me to set the validation up in CSS Form Builder which I missed.

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dcb286193

I forgot to attach the file. Here it is.

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checkout.php.zip
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Jimmy Wu

In Form Builder, you can set up validation by setting up the type of form element it is, and you can further modify the validation. If you choose edit next to the Choose a form section and then select the group you want to modify and click edit, you can check individual form elements to validate. To show the form if you're not logged in, you would have to check if the user is logged in and then have the code written out if the user is not, otherwise skip that code.

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