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Vanadium is JavaScript validation toolkit that makes client-side validation easy. Validation rules are applied to HTML elements by adding special markup classes. E.g. adding ‘:required’ to element’s classes. Vanadium makes the element being validated against provided value. Instead of markup, one can use external definition provided as json structure. It is Ajax enabled in that sense one can declare particular field being validated by the result of the server response. Vanadium - Simple Yet Powerfull Client Side Validation | blogfreakz.com Vanadium - Simple Yet Powerfull Client Side Validation | blogfreakz.com
20+ Online Tools for Website Validation and Testing As you probably know already, it’s important to check and test your Website to help ensure that it looks great and works beautifully regardless of the browser or platform used. Testing a website before launch is one thing that you cannot afford to take lightly. Just like a minor negligence while constructing a building can cost life of millions of residents , the same way a small error left unnoticed can prove to be fatal for your website. Therefore, this implies that we must run our website through all necessary tests. 20+ Online Tools for Website Validation and Testing
Ketchup Plugin Ketchup is a small (3.4KB minified & gzipped) jQuery Plugin that helps you to validate your forms. 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. Ketchup Plugin
Easy Form Validation Requires No Javascript Library Easy Form Validation Requires No Javascript Library Validatious 2.0 is an easy form validation with unobtrusive JavaScript. Validatious requires no JavaScript library. However, if you’re already using one, Validatious can easily work with it, and even benefit from it.
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When it comes to form validation, it’s hard to have a versatile solution that works with every form. Figuring out how to display errors is not a simple task. This is something I tried to remedy with this script. When an error needs to be displayed, the script creates a div and positions it in the top right corner of the input. This way you don’t have to worry about your HTML form structure.

A jQuery inline form validation, because validation is a mess « Position Absolute, ressources for the web developer

A jQuery inline form validation, because validation is a mess « Position Absolute, ressources for the web developer