Validating checkboxes with php

Of course, if there’s no errors – the form does a hard .submit() – to the same processing page and handled accordingly.

Of course, we have add our styling so our field will look like our screenshots above. Again, the styles are real basic and you probably want to do better in your own forms. We’ve combined best of both worlds: server side and client side validation in one solution (thanks to Ajax). If a field validation rule has to change – we only need to change it in one place: the server code.

Also, our users will benefit from our friendly form – and the way it gracefully tells them when they’ve missed a field and such.

The code below is to be added to our form page: Plenty of things going on above.It may or may not allow user to take immediate action over it where as popup boxes needs an immediate response from user.By watching our live demo and reading below codes, you will learn to create dialog form with name and email field and a submit button using j Query dialog UI.So even when users turn off Javascript – you will see the same error messages. The submit action would be a processing page where our server side logic will take place.Oh and of course, we will also have the good user experience of the page not refreshing when there’s errors. You can also have the processing page the same as the page where the form is. Copy the code below into your HTML: Nothing fancy here. Remember to make your field names unique – for this is what we’ll use to validate our form.

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The rest of the code is simply handled as if it’s regular server side processing.

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