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jQuery validation

Thread began 11/23/2015 2:36 pm by iain331081 | Last modified 11/23/2015 7:44 pm by Ray Borduin | 197 views | 4 replies |

iain331081

jQuery validation

If:

<input id="Firstname" name="Firstname" type="text" class="inputwidth300" tabindex="1" title="Please enter your last name" required="true" >

Displays the validation message for an input box, what is the syntax to do the same with a text area?

I thought it would just be:

<textarea name="product_details" id="product_details" tabindex="9" rows="4" title="Please list the products you would like to register." required="true"></textarea>

But that doesn't seem to be working?

Probably missing something simple, but its a while since I did this, and thought it was just a case of linking to the jquery and Bloom css files, and the title and required values in the input / text area did the rest.

Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I took the exact textarea code and tried it on a test page and the validation showed for me... it must be something else on the page causing the issue.

Do you have a url where I can see the problem?

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iain331081

Thanks Ray, details below.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like your form tag is inside of your previous div tag. You need to make sure your entire form is wrapped inside the form tag.

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iain331081

Thanks Ray - have tweaked the position of the <form> tags and its fixed it right up.

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