However, there may be times when you need to perform more complex validation logic.
For example, imagine that you had a questionnaire that asked the user a number of questions in radiobutton and checkbox form.
MVC 2 is official, I’ve been using it for a while now (since preview), my favorite feature by far is templating.
Before proceeding with the topic first we must understand "What is a Captcha code?
Most web sites have a Captcha validation in their sites. A Captcha code is simply a combination of some characters and numbers like "Alk13" or "a Tu2e P" etc. We use them for validating that the client browser window really has a human typing into it.
Like views the folder structure can be used to determine what template should be used.
This allows you to use the built in templates first, then when required customise using the same syntax. We are going to create a very simple MVC application that posts a Employee Model and then displays the model the user submitted.
Step 2Now add a new page into your application say "Show Captcha.aspx" and add this code into the source for the page: Note: Here I am given the Image Url="~/Create Captcha.aspx? In Create we will write the code for creating the Captcha code.
Step 1Go to Visual Studio and create a new project (web site or web application) say "Captch Code".
Imagine that you had a series of checkboxes that corresponded to the hobbies sports, reading, and swimming, and you asked the ready to check all hobbies that he enjoyed.
j Query is a small 24k (minified) Java Script library, provides an extremely easy and powerful selectors to select almost anything you want in HTML page.
(For more information on the other validation Web controls be sure to read Server Control Form Validation.) By simply using the first four ASP.