Validating user input in html
Surely you can use Lime Survey elements (text questions) as your inputs. first i found the error in now its the script is like this everthing else was just to understand how it works sorry for confusion.my question is like this ID:5 Textarea: "Innput your ID" pressing the source button and insert i hope to accomplish this: 1: force a input of existing ID (checks true false and send it back than i could display true/false) 2: input in question5 has to be stored in database of survey 3: submit button of form#limesurvey returns true if returns true and my idea was to do this by checking a hidden input (id=check_01) im totally inexperienced and this is my first try and me best idea to do it.
For the purpose of the example, let's say a part number consists of three uppercase letters followed by four digits.
In this case, all pseudo classes and Java Script APIs will still allow you to check if the form validates.
The constraint validation API gives you powerful tools for handling custom validation.
i want to avoid users getting behind this section without a correct answer... and it is necessary to store the existing ID input in thelimesurvey database. I don't understand why you are including j Query and creating a new form.
The Lime Survey screen/group is already a form and j Query is also already included.