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Using jQuery cluetip plugin for validation callouts.
Displaying validation messages using callouts is a good way of educating the user on what has to be filled on the form. ASP.NET AJAX's Validator callout does a good job in this aspect. But how about implementing the same using jQuery? I was googling for this and quickly came across jQuery validator callout plugin. This is an excellent plugin which suits many forms. However, I could not use it as it displays callout either on the top or bottom of the textboxes. I need callouts to be displayed to the ......

Posted On Saturday, September 19, 2009 7:39 AM

Using jQuery cluetip plugin for validation callouts.
Displaying validation messages using callouts is a good way of educating the user on what has to be filled on the form. ASP.NET AJAX's Validator callout does a good job in this aspect. But how about implementing the same using jQuery? I was googling for this and quickly came across jQuery validator callout plugin. This is an excellent plugin which suits many forms. However, I could not use it as it displays callout either on the top or bottom of the textboxes. I need callouts to be displayed to the ......

Posted On Saturday, September 19, 2009 7:39 AM

Using jQuery cluetip plugin for validation callouts.
Displaying validation messages using callouts is a good way of educating the user on what has to be filled on the form. ASP.NET AJAX's Validator callout does a good job in this aspect. But how about implementing the same using jQuery? I was googling for this and quickly came across jQuery validator callout plugin. This is an excellent plugin which suits many forms. However, I could not use it as it displays callout either on the top or bottom of the textboxes. I need callouts to be displayed to the ......

Posted On Saturday, September 19, 2009 7:39 AM

Using jQuery cluetip plugin for validation callouts.
Displaying validation messages using callouts is a good way of educating the user on what has to be filled on the form. ASP.NET AJAX's Validator callout does a good job in this aspect. But how about implementing the same using jQuery? I was googling for this and quickly came across jQuery validator callout plugin. This is an excellent plugin which suits many forms. However, I could not use it as it displays callout either on the top or bottom of the textboxes. I need callouts to be displayed to the ......

Posted On Saturday, September 19, 2009 7:39 AM

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