Originally Posted by tangoforce
If you're going to ask people to look at it and test it you at least need to give them things like the registration code otherwise you're not going to get a lot of help if we can't test it
Sorry about that. Been sick. it doesnt matter what you put in the form. Just keep going with characters until a green arrow shows up, but to be exact one some things:
email needs an email type, password is 6 characters and both have to match, reg code is 16 characters, zip code is 5 numbers, and the rest shouldn't need more than 2 characters.
I took out the submit and yes it is a jquery plugin. There isn't another way I know of to use validation like the rest of the good browsers. The checks still work per browser, at least visually, with those that support html5 form validation. I've looked through the plugin and don't see anything, but I could very possibly be missing something.
Still in the same boat though, no go.