I'm stuck for quite some time with this, could someone help me out ? Everything is working fine with Chrome and FF, but for some reason the form won't submit with IE7/IE8/IE9.  function addFile() { if ( test > 30 ) { console.log( "addF...
I'd like to use the jQuery.Form/Validate plugins to only allow my form to be submitted if any of inputs were actually changed.  There is callback logic for this using beforeSubmit: : http://jquery.malsup.com/form/#options-object. However, I can&#...
I am using CKEditor, jQuery and jQuery form plugin and I would like to submit contents of the CkEditor form via an Ajax query. Here is my code:   <form id="article-form" name="article-form" method="post" action="/myproj...
I am using the jQuery Form Plugin and multer to upload files to my server. This works just fine, but I am trying to pass an additional parameter, which will determine where exactly the file will be saved.  I have following code, which I would like to...
Following on from my previous question, which was so quickly answered by Meder it wasn't funny, there's now an additional question that's popped up in the process of making a reusable jQuery form submitted that doesn't take the user a...
I have a server returning Status code 500 and my jQuery Form calls the success callback instead of the error callback.   jQuery version: 1.7.1 jQuery Form version: 2.73 march 2011 server apache2    These are some code snippets:  var options = {...
I have a form that has a couple of buttons on it.  Two of the buttons use ajax to submit the form and clear it so that the user can add multiple records before moving on.  The last button is for when the user is done with the page and wants to move o...
Good day guys, I'm using jQuery-form to submit a multipart form.  This is my PHP code:  foreach($addedData as $key => $value)     $result[$key] = $value;  echo json_encode($result);   Javascript:  function showResponse(responseText){    alert(...
I'm unable to trigger a form submission upon changing its input. I think I need event handling but I've never really learned what that is.   Here's my HTML:  <form action="/upload">   <input type="file" name="...

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