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Check some aspx controls with javascript?

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Does anyone know of a way I can check asp validator controls from the client
side? I need to be able to opt out of a postback if any validators are
false. I am using a ComponentArt tabstrip and it proceeds with posting back
even if "IsValid" is false. Any suggestions?

Regards,
Chris
Oct 12 '05 #1
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Chris Kettenbach wrote:
Does anyone know of a way I can check asp validator controls
from the client side? I need to be able to opt out of a
postback if any validators are false. I am using a
ComponentArt tabstrip and it proceeds with posting back even
if "IsValid" is false. Any suggestions?


View the source in the browser to determine what it is that the server
is sending to the client in the way of HTML and javascript (as that is
what an "aspx control" is from the browser's point of view). Once you
fully understand that you will know what potential the system offers for
additional client-side manipulation.

Richard.
Oct 13 '05 #2

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Thanks Richard.

"Richard Cornford" <Ri*****@litotes.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
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Chris Kettenbach wrote:
Does anyone know of a way I can check asp validator controls
from the client side? I need to be able to opt out of a
postback if any validators are false. I am using a
ComponentArt tabstrip and it proceeds with posting back even
if "IsValid" is false. Any suggestions?


View the source in the browser to determine what it is that the server
is sending to the client in the way of HTML and javascript (as that is
what an "aspx control" is from the browser's point of view). Once you
fully understand that you will know what potential the system offers for
additional client-side manipulation.

Richard.

Oct 13 '05 #3

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