It is possible to add multiple Google Recaptcha on single page. Here is an example of adding Google Recaptcha in two different forms and adding custom validation to them. This example illustrates using how response ids are created when rendering of form and later using them to create custom validation on the time of submission of this form. Example uses jQuery to handle form submission events and the action of adding fields dynamically to forms where you don’t have an access to the building or rendering of the form. Continue reading
I found this email validation function while working in ActiveCollab. By default, this function uses PHP’s inbuilt filter_var function to validate email, which is supported in PHP 5 (> 5.2.0). If version of PHP is older (is less than 5.2.0) it will use preg_match function to validate email using matching pattern defined Continue reading
As default we have single var $validate rule set in the model class which is triggered on each save() method call while saving form data. This is quite logical and sufficient for single form fields to validate but what if we have another form with somewhat different fields which we want to post and validate? As an answer i know of three different approaches. Continue reading
Cakephp framework provides a strong model validation mechanism. Here is the quick overview of multiple validation rules applied to a single field.
Let say we are using “User.password” and “User.password2” fields to accept/confirm password while registering to a site. We have “password2” field which is supposed to contain non-empty characters as well as the same password entered in the “password” field. Continue reading