Release: Validation Plugin 1.7

An update for the jQuery validation plugin is available. Most important: Its now fully compatible with jQuery 1.4.2, and still fully compatible with jQuery 1.3.2. I didn’t test with 1.2.6, but it should work, too.

There are four new localizations: Lithuanian, Greek, Latvian and Hebrew. The Spanish localization got a few improvements (I fully trust my contributors on that). Someone also contributed phoneUK and mobileUK methods, which can be found in additional-methods.js (while adding those, I renamed the phone-method to phoneUS).

And as a first proof of concept, there is now a demo styled with jQuery UI Themeroller classes. I’ll improve that when form support gets better in jQuery UI (planned for 1.9).

Download this release.

The full changelog:

The right place for support changed a bit – the mailinglist is no more, replaced by a much cooler forum:

  • Please post questions to the official Using jQuery Plugins Forum, tagging your question with (at least) “validate”. Keep your question short and succinct and provide code when possible; a testpage makes it much more likely that you get an useful answer in no time.
  • Please post bug reports and other contributions (enhancements, features, eg. new validation methods) to the plugins.jQuery.com bug tracker (requires registration).

Enjoy!

-Jörn

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  1. 21. April 2010 |09:56

    Thank you very much for sharing it Jörn, because I was waiting for the new version.

  2. Sam
    7. May 2010 |16:58

    The themed form looks awesome!

  3. 14. May 2010 |11:40

    Thanks for your superb validation plugin, still by far the best out there!

    Thought I might also mention that there’s a useful extension for the credit card validation logic here: http://www.ihwy.com/labs/jquery-validate-credit-card-extension.aspx