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Hi Greg, The behavior you are observing is due to the fact that validation is triggered when element looses focus.
In the described scenario, as the checkbox is focused with the keyboard, the blur is triggered before the click, executing the validation.
We have large number of transitions in a workflow and each transition pops up a screen prompting the user to check the box next to a set of conditions.
These are things like "Has the Manager Approved", "Has the CFO Approved" etc. I would like to stop a user form transitioning if all the checkboxes are not checked.
So regardless of which Checkboxes are chosen, then array containing the Checkbox responses - in the $_POST array - should look like I was saying in Post #14.
And the point I was trying to make was that the "Value" shouldn't really matter if each Checkbox will always have the same Key/ID value, right?
On my normal forms, I will display an error message in red if you enter a wrong value in a Textbox, for instance.
If you are still using open keys then you still have a problem I was talking about.To me there doesn't seem to be much to check, but then I have never used Checkboxes before, so I feel uncomfortable with this entire last-minute request.... The only time any would have an invalid value is if someone tampered with the form or the data being sent and so they already know the value they sent is invalid so you don't need to tell them. Either you checked an Interest and it is a Yes/TRUE/1 or you didn't check it and it is a No/FALSE/0/NULL.Anything else is bogus, and I don't feel compelled in that case to help you out, because you are likely a hacker!!Either you checked an Interest and it is a Yes/TRUE/1 or you didn't check it and it is a No/FALSE/0/NULL.Anything else is bogus, and I don't feel compelled in that case to help you out, because you are likely a hacker!! It gives you a unique value you can compare to on POST. It gives you a unique value you can compare to on POST.
All along I have said I am building things dynamically. And I don't feel like you read anything I said in my last post. I am basing my answer on the code you posted in post #3 where you have open keys, e.g.