Discussion on Easy-To-Setup Form Validator JavaScript

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Am I missing something? I get “Your form was successfully submitted!” with anything I type in in the live preview.

Same here, your preview doesn’t work.

Preview is a fail. I think I would buy it if it would work. I don’t got any proof it works..

The access to js code is denied, so you cannot test it “as is” in demo version

Well what’s the point of having a preview if we can’t test it?

Demo doesnt work. So, why should people buy this, if you show a not-working demo? Would you buy a car when it doesnt drive?

You may download our free version to understand how it works.

And how exactly do we download the free one? I am not going to buy something that demos as a total fail

I’ve purchased your script. However, I could not get it to work… I’ve included all the necessary JS files + verified all paths.

I’ve also verified the Submit button is properly connected via onClick, and that the “name” of the input field is properly formatted.

The form seems to be submitted to matter what you type (or not type) in the input fields.

Also, your included Registration Example does not work either. I’m using Chrome, running on Mac OSX Snow Leopard.

Could you please help? Thanks!

Sure, please contact directly to our support center: http://www.apphp.com/index.php?page=support

also, describe your problem + send us all important information, including links, URLs etc., so we could test it online.

Any chance of adding credit card # validation to the list of available options?

Hm… thanks for this suggestion, we’ll add it to our todo list. If you need it immediately – you may integrate following function by yourself: http://www.braemoor.co.uk/software/creditcard.shtml

I’ve purchased your script. However, I could not get it to work… I’ve included all the necessary JS files + verified all paths.

I’ve also verified the Submit button is properly connected via onClick, and that the “name” of the input field is properly formatted.

The form seems to be submitted to matter what you type (or not type) in the input fields.

Also, your included Example does not work either. I’m using Chrome, running on Mac OSX.

Never mind, I fix it… Its a problem with your examples and documentation I believe…

Good! Please contact our Support Center if you have any problems.

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