Validating time in ajax
This j Query plugin has support for a lot more validation functions, you find them all in the menu to the right.
Read the setup guide if you want to know which configuration options that are available when setting up the validation.
private: void text Box1_Validating( Object^ sender, System:: Component Model:: Cancel Event Args^ e ) void text Box1_Validated( Object^ sender, System:: Event Args^ e ) public: bool Valid Email Address( String^ email Address, [Out]interior_ptrprivate void text Box1_Validating(object sender, System. Cancel Event Args e) private void text Box1_Validated(object sender, System. Length = 0 Then error Message = "Email address is required." Return False End If ' Confirm that there is an "@" and a "." in the email address, and in the correct order. Cr _ "For example '[email protected]' " Return False End Function Private Sub text Box1_Validating(By Val sender As Object, _ By Val e As System. Text, error Msg) Then ' Cancel the event and select the text to be corrected by the user.
I use James Bennett's fantastic django-registration with a customised template. Firstly, we make sure the username isn't the same as when we last checked it (no point in checking the same username every second - it would increase server load with no real benefit).
As you can see to pass through data you can simply use the key pair syntax so the request sent below the data is “[email protected]”.
The return values for your backend script is either json encoded true for a validation pass or html msg for validation fail.
By default the validation plugin will send off an ajax request for a remote rule every key you press causing too many ajax requests being sent to validate fields.
One way to disable this is to deactivate the onkeyup validation so that the remote rule is only validated via ajax once you have finished typing into the input.