qForms Build 139 Released!

Posted by Dan on Jun 22, 2004 @ 12:25 AM

I've had a couple reports of issues or requests to make a few changes, so I've gone ahead and made them. One of the semi-big additions is a validation module that will give you the exact same functionality that's in CFFORM. Rest assured, I've made the same changes in v2. Anyway, here's the latest build:

[-] Change the _q_checkForErrors() function so that the call
    to the isNotEmpty() method used escaped double quotes
    instead of single quotes. This should allow single quotes
    in the description property.
[*] Changed the validateNumeric method to use the parseFloat()
    function to check for a valid numeric value.
[+] Added validateSame validation method
[+] Added validateInteger validation method
[-] Used my old homegrown compression routine on the compressed files.
    It doesn't compress the files down as much as either jsCruncher Pro
    or w3compiler, but it shouldn't break the source code either.
[+] Added cfform.js validation module. This should give you all of the
    exact same functionality as provided w/CFFORM.

As always, you can download the latest version of qForms from http://www.pengoworks.com/qforms/download/.

Categories: JavaScript, qForms, HTML/ColdFusion

1 Comments

  • The simple examples do not work in IE 6 or Mozilla Firefox. I get javascript errors when trying these (see documentation | examples), leaving the form fields empty and then pressing TAB.

    According to the documentation these examples are not tested in IE6+ or Mozilla, is this correct?

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