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Screencast: Form Validation Using the jQuery Validation Plugin

By Melvin José on February 20th, 2010 | Screencasts | 1 Comment
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About the Author: Melvin José

This guy really needs to get from behind the keyboard to spend some time with his lovely wife. The (gr)avatar is a pic of her to remind him he needs to take a break.

Validating a webform is very important if you want your visitors to fill in all the required fields. In this screencast I’ll show you an easy way to validate your forms using the jQuery Validation plugin. I’ll also show you how to add you own custom ‘error’ messages.

Screencast Info

Length

19:46 (I know I said “quick screencast”, sorry :P)

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One comment! Owyeah!

Ali on April 14th, 2013

Hi There!,
Thanks alot for this great tut, I’m new to form validation stuff, this was really helpful!

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