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I'm trying to put a condition in a JQuery submit button.  I'm not sure how to do it.

 $("#submit").click (function get(){
      if (counter>0){
      medLength=0;
      }      


/*      it works fine without this but I need this condition
if (medLength == 0 && counter == 0){
             $('.errorStop').css().show;
      }
      else{*/
 
/*AJAX*/

$.ajax({
                    url: "postnew1.php",
                    type : "POST",
                    data: { type: medType, time: medLength, length: counter },

                        }).success(function (response){
                        location.href = "meditate.php";                                            
                        }).error(function (e){
                        // console.log("error", e)
                        });

                  });
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Question by:designaire
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by:leakim971
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replace yiur submit button by a normal button

<input type="button" name="mySubmit" id="mySubmit" value="Submit"  />

$("#mySubmit").click (function() {
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by:designaire
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I can't replace the submit button it has a graphic on it.
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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 40431380
Uhh, what about using CSS to style the input control?
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replace :
 $("#submit").click (function get(){
by :
 $("#mySubmit").click (function(evt) { // change its name and id too
   evt.preventDefault();
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by:designaire
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Thanks so much!!!
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