Wednesday, January 22, 2014

New version 3.3.2 of JS Auto Form Validator Pro is released

We are pleased to announce the release of JS Auto From Validator Pro 3.3.2. New version is available now for downloading.

 The JS Auto Form Validator is an easy-to-setup form validation script which enables you to handle the whole form validation process using the ready-to-use JavaScript class. This script allows you to specify certain form elements as "required" or "non-required" and also a specific type they have: text, password, numeric, zip code etc. It works on the native JavaScript, meaning page will be loaded much faster - especially on mobile devices - as no jQuery is needed!

The script automatically checks all required elements in order to make sure that they are NOT only empty before allowing the form submission, but also that the surfer entered a valid type value. The output is available in 3 ways: into
errors container, with single field error message or with JavaScript Alert() function.

There are many features and improvements in this release:

Version 3.3.2 (Jan 20, 2014)
  • Feature: [added] non-documented property stripHtmlTags (true or false)
  • Feature: [added] translation for Dutch
  • Feature: [added] new type of Captcha - "Math"
  • Feature: [added] possibility to define "highlightMode" ("errors" - default, "all" or "off")
  • Feature: [added] possibility to create and use plugins
  • Feature: [added] new type of alert - "singleError"
  • Feature: [added] new mode "attributes"
  • Feature: [improved] form.scripts.js renamed into form.validator.js
  • Feature: [improved] chars/diacritic_chars_utf8.js embedded into form.validator.js
  • Feature: [improved] syntax of FormValidator class
  • Feature: [improved] minor changes in examples
  • Feature: [improved] script execution time
  • Feature: [improved] class structure: added private properties and private methods
  • Feature: [improved] optimized messaging system
  • Bugs fixed
Click here to check our Live Demo.

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