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jQuery Validation not working in IE8( jquery 1.6 ) #105

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tarascv opened this issue May 10, 2011 · 17 comments
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jQuery Validation not working in IE8( jquery 1.6 ) #105

tarascv opened this issue May 10, 2011 · 17 comments

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@tarascv
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@tarascv tarascv commented May 10, 2011

I'm trying to use the jQuery Validation plugin on a form . The form works in FF, Chrome but not work in IE8.

@Alex-Sh
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@Alex-Sh Alex-Sh commented May 10, 2011

Same too. No validation in IE.

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@PIPI0714
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@PIPI0714 PIPI0714 commented May 11, 2011

Same too. not working in IE6,7,8

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@kbdguy
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@kbdguy kbdguy commented May 12, 2011

minimal code to prove the problem: http://jsfiddle.net/RwRcb/

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@tornal
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@tornal tornal commented May 13, 2011

Hate to do a same too, I went back to jQuery 1.5.1 and validation behaved as normal with IE8. I was previously trying to use jQuery 1.6.1 just to make sure the bugs in 1.6.0 didn't have anything to do with it. As already mentioned this is not a problem in FF or Chrome from my testing.

For further info, the potential fix from kbdguy above does not work when run in IE, at least on mine.

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@paulsperanza
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@paulsperanza paulsperanza commented May 13, 2011

I reported this up in the JQuery forums. I tried it with jquery 1.6.1 and it still does not work with IE 8.

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@tornal
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@tornal tornal commented May 19, 2011

With jQuery.validate 1.8.1 and jQuery 1.6.1 it is now working as expected for me in IE8, so hopefully this issue is resolved.

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@paulsperanza
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@paulsperanza paulsperanza commented May 20, 2011

All set here too.

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@kbdguy
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@kbdguy kbdguy commented May 23, 2011

Just confirming 1.8.1 and jQuery 1.6.1 it is working for me, too, now. It's great that this is a free product, and I am grateful for it. But I am disappointed that for version 1.8.0 the claim was it was actually tested with jQuery 1.6, when it clearly WASN'T. At least not any sort of a thorough test that certainly should have included ie. If whoever supposedly tested it had even one time brought it up under ie 8, the fact that it wasn't working would have been instantly evident.

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@paulsperanza
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@paulsperanza paulsperanza commented May 23, 2011

@kdbguy. Thanks to your vigilance we caught it. I hadn't done a complete re-test myself at that point with IE 8, although our test PC would have caught it when we pushed the next version of our app to the test server. I am now using IE Tester on my laptop so I can always go back.

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@darknode
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@darknode darknode commented May 25, 2011

I sign to. No validation in IE8.

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@zhunter
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@zhunter zhunter commented May 31, 2011

I also wanted to confirm this, here is an updated example using jQuery 1.6.1 and Validate 1.8.1 which works in IE8. http://jsfiddle.net/xtkuV/

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@darknode
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@darknode darknode commented May 31, 2011

Tested in IE9 and IE9 in IE8-mode, not works.
http://jsfiddle.net/jtxvZ/12/

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@zhunter
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@zhunter zhunter commented May 31, 2011

darknode: I don't have IE9, but tested your example in IE8 in all 3 modes with the IE Dev Toolbar (IE7, IE8, IE8 Compatibility) and it worked every time. I'm using IE 8.0.7600.16385 on Windows 7 64-bit, also tested on Vista 32-bit.

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@justinethier
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@justinethier justinethier commented Jul 20, 2011

I have done limited testing using jQuery 1.6.1 and Validate 1.8.1 on Windows 7 with IE 9.0.8112.16421.

The plugin seems to work in this configuration: I see validation messages appear when expected, the plugin returns the correct boolean values, etc, etc...

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@taitems
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@taitems taitems commented Aug 16, 2011

Just a side note in regards to testing: it is important to avoid IETester when checking compatibility. While it claims to be using the same engines, try firing up a virtual machine with IE6 installed and you'll notice a world of differences. I've been through a host of solutions: MultipleIEs, IETester and the Dev Toolbar modes - and frankly nothing compares to the real thing running on a virtual machine.

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@mlynch
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@mlynch mlynch commented May 24, 2012

It seems this is fixed. Thanks.

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@hunginf
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@hunginf hunginf commented Apr 26, 2013

don't use :

 rules : {
  name : "required"
 }

use :

rules : {
 name : {
  required : true
 }
}

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