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Re: AJAX - PHP validation
Sat, 07 January 2012 00:30
AJAX can be used to validate data interactively as users type. You still need to re-validate everything when the form is posted, as AJAX is JS based and can be deactivated and bots can post data without executing the JS.
AJAX - PHP validation
Sun, 30 September 2007 02:38
I have a page where I use AJAX to call a PHP file which validates a couple of fields in a form. I use onblur to call a JS function which is a AJAX call a PHP file which checks the field for validity.
I have read a little about using JS to validate client-side (folks say this is a thing to do) and PHP to validate server-side (folks say this is a must).
So where does AJAX fit into the validation of form data...???
I have read where JS is useless if the surfer has it turned off. But you cannot really use my site if JS is turned off.
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