A new version of the jQuery Validation Plugin is available. This is a bugfix release, mostly addressing regressions from the 1.11.0 release. The biggest one was related to the min/max methods, which would compare numbers to strings, in an attempt to make these methods work for date inputs as well. That’s now fixed. More details in the changelog below.
You can also find this plugin on the jQuery Plugins site.
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Eleven people contributed code to this release. A big thank you to: Bogdan Litescu, Burkhard Reffeling, DexterPark, Erik van Konijnenburg, James Thompson, Nick Schonning, Niklas Nilsson, Paul Cichonski, Robbert Wethmar, g1smd and jcbowman. Also thank you to everyone who reported issues on GitHub or commented on them.
The full changelog:
- Revert to also converting parameters of range method to numbers. Closes gh-702
- Replace most usage of PHP with mockjax handlers. Do some demo cleanup as well, update to newer masked-input plugin. Keep captcha demo in PHP. Fixes #662
- Remove inline code highlighting from milk demo. View source works fine.
- Fix dynamic-totals demo by trimming whitespace from template content before passing to jQuery constructor
- Fix min/max validation. Closes gh-666. Fixes #648
- Fixed ‘messages’ coming up as a rule and causing an exception after being updated through rules(“add”). Closes gh-670, fixes #624
- Add Korean (ko) localization. Closes gh-671
- Improved the UK postcode method to filter out more invalid postcodes. Closes #682
- Update messages_sv.js. Closes #683
- Change grunt link to the project website. Closes #684
- Move remote method down the list to run last, after all other methods applied to a field. Fixes #679
- Update plugin.json description, should include the word ‘validate’
- Fix typos
- Fix jQuery loader to use path of itself. Fixes nested demos.
- Update grunt-contrib-qunit to make use of PhantomJS 1.8, when installed through node module ‘phantomjs’
- Make valid() return a boolean instead of 0 or 1. Fixes #109 – valid() does not return boolean value
- 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; 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 GitHub issue tracker