UsingjQueryHintsOnRegisterPage

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6/11/2014 4:18:17 AM
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UsingjQueryHintsOnRegisterPage

Hi Joe

UsingjQueryHintsOnRegisterPage - I was wondering if this an active feature, I can't find any documentation about it and I get an error when I user it.

The error occurs when you type in the password box and the onkeyUp attempts to call 'checkPassword(this);', giving the error 'checkPassword' is undefined.

Thanks

Stewart

  • OS: Windows 8
  • DB:Sql Server
  • mojoPortal version:2.4.0.3
  • .NET framework: 4
6/11/2014 11:52:00 AM
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Re: UsingjQueryHintsOnRegisterPage

Hi,

That was kind of an experimental thing, I can't say that it works that great.

But, to avoid that script error go into Site Settings > Security tab and check the box that says "Show Password Strength On Registration Page?"

That should fix it but the password strength meter is still not that great because it is mainly going by password length and it says it is strong if it meets a certain length so I'm not sure how useful you will find it.

Hope that helps,

Joe

6/11/2014 3:30:32 PM
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Re: UsingjQueryHintsOnRegisterPage

Oh, and if you haven't already, make sure you add this in style.config of your skin to get the needed css:

 <file cssvpath="/Data/style/formvalidation/style.css" imagebasevpath="/Data/style/formvalidation/">none</file>

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