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Site - Validation. jFormVal. Ketchup Plugin. Ketchup is a small (3.4KB minified & gzipped) jQuery Plugin that helps you to validate your forms.

Ketchup Plugin

Out of the box it has 18 basic validations and a bubble like style. But truly this Plugin wants to be hacked to fit your needs. Easily write your own validations and overwrite/extend the default behaviour. Bubbles are not for everyone... Default Behavior If you like the style of the bubbles and all validations you need are already included you can get this Plugin up and running like so: Your HTML Header Include the default stylesheet (located in .

<! Your HTML By default Ketchup checks the data-validate attribute of form fields if it can find matching validations. Your Javascript Just call ketchup() on your form, voilà. $('#default-behavior').ketchup(); Declare fields to validate in the call In last version Ketchup checked the class attribute for validations... which was not everyones taste because class should be used for defining CSS classes. Validate on different events. Uniform - Sexy forms with jQuery. Grimen&#039;s validatious-on-rails at master - GitHub. An Open Source, web based paper form verification and data entry system. CSS-Only, Table-less Forms. Licensing I've gotten alot of email asking about using this work in various projects and sites.

CSS-Only, Table-less Forms

These requests often need me to license my work using one of the myriad of open source licenses. Unfortunately, for the people requesting, I don't like any of these licenses as pretty much all of them require me to allow redistribution, which I'm not ok with. So, to quell any further requests in that vein, let me just say that anybody looking to use my work should check my copyright as everything is clearly laid out in there. In essence, if you want to hire me to implement this work in a project or site or it'll be for a non-commercial project that won't be redistributed, then we can probably work something out.

Backend For those that automatically assume I'm using PHP, sorry to burst your bubble. Most of the CSS-only, table-less forms available suck. The problems with Mac/IE5.2 probably aren't worth fixing. Update. Ruby Quiz - Math Captcha (#48) Math Captcha (#48) by Gavin Kistner "What is fifty times 'a', if 'a' is three? " #=> 150 Write a Captcha system that uses english-based math questions to distinguish humans from bots. How to improve the image quality and generate random string image in the plugin validates_captcha « Ajax on Rails. October 17, 2006 at 1:50 pm Hello Everyone !!

How to improve the image quality and generate random string image in the plugin validates_captcha « Ajax on Rails

I have released a captcha plugin Simple Captcha. It is really simple to implement, and provides a cool feature of multiple styles of images. Previous post about improving validates_captcha’s images Validates captcha is a good plugin to implement captcha in your rails application. Replace the code of the file /vendor/plugins/validates_captcha/lib/captcha_challenge.rb with the following code… visit Here to view the customized use of the plugin validates_captcha in RoR. Like this: Like Loading... Entry filed under: captcha, image, Ruby on Rails. Captcha in Ruby on Rails - Customize the use of captcha in the plugin validates_captcha « Ajax on Rails. October 24, 2006 at 6:59 pm Hello Everyone !!

Captcha in Ruby on Rails - Customize the use of captcha in the plugin validates_captcha « Ajax on Rails

I have released a captcha plugin Simple Captcha. It is really simple to implement, and provides a cool feature of multiple styles of images. Panasonic Youth » BrainBuster - Logic Captcha for Rails. Form_test_helper: Make form-related functional tests easier in Rails. By Peter Cooper / November 1, 2006 Jason Garber has got in touch about his new Rails plugin, form_test_helper, that makes testing forms easier than before.

form_test_helper: Make form-related functional tests easier in Rails

As the plugin's official home page has less information than the mail he sent me, I'm reproducing his mail in full as it's the useful reference so far: With my form_test_helper Rails plugin, your functional and integration tests can work more like the browser. No longer do you need to feed params to an action: post :create, :name => 'Pickaxe', :category => 1, :out_of_print => 0 ...and then wait for it to break silently when you change your form but forget to change the test. This is a nice win for test readability.