dating disneyland dad - Validating multiple checkboxes using javascript

I changed the color input's names to unique values so that in an ordinary server-side situation the individual colors chosen could be retrieved with ordinary GET or POST retrieval methods. your code when tested works fine when run only for javascript.

but when i inserted in my php form it doesnt works fine.

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In our previous tutorials, we have performed various operations on different form elements using Javascript and j Query.

In this tutorial, our concern is to get values of multiple checked checkboxes using PHP as follows: To get value of a checked checkbox : In our example, there is a form contains some checkboxes, User checks them and when he/she hits submit button, multiple values of checkboxes will be display.

I'm trying to validate a form using the validate plugin for jquery.

I want to require that the user check at least one checkbox in a group in order for the form to be submitted.

actually u have mentioned function name as function validate(f). i inserted one field [gender] which has two radio buton options male and female. the validation applied is if(f['gender[0]'].checked == false) || (f['gender[1]'].checked == false); why is it not working.

i think because of that (f) my other validation code is not working. if i comment the gender field validation then everything works fine. With a pair of radio buttons, one will always be false, and there is no gender[0] or gender[1]. Even in PHP, with radio button groups, only the value of the checked radio button is passed, that's why they can all have the same name with no .

if one checkbox is selected then the form will get submit.

now i want that user should select atleast 4 checkboxes.

But in a case like that, it should be worded as a preference, not as a declaration of gender, for example: You can always ask a person's gender though, it just cannot be required for submission, and therefore should not be validated unless it is a preference, rather than a declaration.

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