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TJ
Hi all,

I've completed the first part of an e-commerce web page and need help on
data validation of certain fields within the form. And of course I've
noticed irregularities as to how Netscape and IE display items and handle
data validations.

If I were to write validation checks in JavaScript would the output display
the same for both internet explorer and Netscape? If not how do I do this?
Does running JavaScript require downloading a plug-in? My form must display
and behave the same for both IE and Netscape.

All I want to do is validate the correctness of data entered into an order
form. What is the best way to do this and what scripting language etc. would
be best for handling this? This must work and display the same for both
Internet Explorer and Netscape. If there are any resources you know of that
would help me to do these checks I would appreciate it.

Thanks!

TJ
Jul 17 '05 #1
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That question is suited for a Javascript newsgroup This is a java newsgroup.

"TJ" <tg********@cox.net> wrote in message
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Hi all,

I've completed the first part of an e-commerce web page and need help on
data validation of certain fields within the form. And of course I've
noticed irregularities as to how Netscape and IE display items and handle
data validations.

If I were to write validation checks in JavaScript would the output display the same for both internet explorer and Netscape? If not how do I do this?
Does running JavaScript require downloading a plug-in? My form must display and behave the same for both IE and Netscape.

All I want to do is validate the correctness of data entered into an order
form. What is the best way to do this and what scripting language etc. would be best for handling this? This must work and display the same for both
Internet Explorer and Netscape. If there are any resources you know of that would help me to do these checks I would appreciate it.

Thanks!

TJ

Jul 17 '05 #2

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