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Posted on 2011-09-29
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I need to display a submit button once values are provided in the required form fields.

Required fields are Name, Title and a Radio button checked.

 I can make it work with the radio button but not the  Name and Title.
  

 jQuery('#agree').click(function() {
 if (! jQuery("input[@name='agree']:checked").val()       ) {
       
        return false;
    }
    else {
       jQuery("#submit").fadeIn();
    }
  });

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All I want to do is once all 3 fields have a value, fade in the submit button.

Thanks,
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Question by:gvilla23
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by:leakim971
ID: 36815890
<< Required fields are Name, Title and a Radio button checked. >>

so the ID of this fields are : Name, Title and Radio

 jQuery('#Name,#Title,#Radio').change(function() {
        if( $("#Name").val().length != 0 && $("#Title").val().length !=0 && $("#Radio").is(":checked") ){
              jQuery("#submit").hide();
        }
        else {
              jQuery("#submit").fadeIn();
        }
});
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by:gvilla23
ID: 36816149
it fades in the submit button when any one of the three fields has a value, I need the submit button to fade in when all the fields have a value.

Here is the code,

  jQuery('#submitName,#title,#agree').change(function() {
        if(jQuery("#submitName").val().length != 0 && jQuery("#title").val().length !=0 && jQuery("#agree").is(":checked") ){
              jQuery("#submit").hide();
        }
        else {
              jQuery("#submit").fadeIn();
        }
});

Thank you,
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leakim971 earned 1000 total points
ID: 36816163
so :

jQuery('#submitName,#title,#agree').change(function() {
        if(jQuery("#submitName").val().length != 0 && jQuery("#title").val().length !=0 && jQuery("#agree").is(":checked") ){
              jQuery("#submit").fadeIn();
        }
        else {
              jQuery("#submit").hide();
        }
});
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by:gvilla23
ID: 36816216
Perfect!, Thank you.
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