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Agreeing to terms and conditions check box

Thread began 12/10/2009 4:03 pm by jo4koalas392067 | Last modified 12/14/2009 3:24 pm by jo4koalas392067 | 2130 views | 15 replies |

jo4koalas392067

Agreeing to terms and conditions check box

Hi
I have been working on this for nearly a week and gone around in circles so hope someone can help. I want to add a check box that shows that the person registering agrees to our terms and conditions.

I started by adding a spry check box and that worked until I added client validation, using WA tools, for the other fields in the registration form and now it will not work.

Any ideas how I validate this check box to make sure that it is ticked before it will complete the registration.

I have looked at other posts and nothing seems to be working for me.

Many Thanks

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users_Registration.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

change:

var sprycheckbox2 = new Spry.Widget.ValidationCheckbox("sprycheckbox2", {isRequired:false});



To:

var sprycheckbox2 = new Spry.Widget.ValidationCheckbox("sprycheckbox2");
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jo4koalas392067

Hi Jason

Sorry that didn't work. It still registers the user, takes them to the login page and doesn't query the fact the check box isn't ticked.

Any other suggestions?

Thanks

Jo

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

instead of using spry validation on the checkbox, add client side required / not blank validation on the checkbox.

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jo4koalas392067

I am afraid that didn't work either. I have attached the latest version, just in case I have added the validation incorrectly.

Thanks

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users_Registration.zip
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jo4koalas392067

Sorry attached wrong version of the file.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

1) in the on submit event of the form, you have the following:
onsubmit="This behavior cannot be applied without a regular expression specified.;return document.MM_returnValue;



this is bypassing the validation.


2) you are using a regular expression on the terms form element. The regular expression you are using basically means "allow anything". use Required / Not Blank validation instead.

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jo4koalas392067

Sorry this is where my lack of programming knowledge comes in. How do I do this exactly?

Thanks

Jo

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You dont need to program anything. When editing the client validation that has been applied for this form, remove the regular expression validation that you have applied to the checkbox, and replace it with Required not Blank validation.

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jo4koalas392067

Excuse my ignorance but what is the expression I need, as I have not ticked "Allow blank entry". I assuming you are referring to the expression which currently shows: /\s*/i which is the default. What do I change this to?

Also how do I amend it without having to do complete form validation all over again, as for some reason it will not allow me to amend it brings up a blank wizard, even though the code is still there.

Thanks

Jo

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