RE: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-23 Thread michael.brockington
On the other hand, relying on the form data to indicate which fields to validate may be dangerous - a malicious user may rename the field before submission, potentially bypassing your security. Regards, Mike *** List Guidelines:

Re: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-23 Thread Blake Haswell
On 4/23/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On the other hand, relying on the form data to indicate which fields to validate may be dangerous - a malicious user may rename the field before submission, potentially bypassing your security. Well obviously you'd validate again on the

[WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-23 Thread Dennis Lapcewich
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Re: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-22 Thread Nick Fitzsimons
On 22 Apr 2007, at 01:07:15, Shaun wrote: My colleague came up with the idea of naming form elements in a certain way so we could determine what server side validation to use e.g. input name='firstname:test:required' etc.. would be a required text input of name firstname. However I think

Re: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-22 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Nick Fitzsimons wrote: Despite Internet Explorer's inexplicable belief to the contrary, id and name are not the same thing. Care to elaborate on what the issues in IE are? P -- Patrick H. Lauke __ re·dux (adj.): brought back;

Re: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-22 Thread Nick Fitzsimons
On 22 Apr 2007, at 16:28:16, Patrick H. Lauke wrote: Nick Fitzsimons wrote: Despite Internet Explorer's inexplicable belief to the contrary, id and name are not the same thing. Care to elaborate on what the issues in IE are? Using getElementById(someValue) on IE will return an element

Re: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-22 Thread David Dorward
Patrick H. Lauke wrote: Despite Internet Explorer's inexplicable belief to the contrary, id and name are not the same thing. Care to elaborate on what the issues in IE are? It thinks id and name are the same thing. http://dorward.me.uk/tmp/id-vs-name.html -- David Dorward

[WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-21 Thread Shaun
I am helping to put together a generic form builder and handler for a bespoke CMS We decided that we would do unobtrusive JavaScript to do client side validation based on class values but also wanted to do server side. My colleague came up with the idea of naming form elements in a certain way so

RE: [WSG] handling accessible form

2007-04-21 Thread Steve Green
Director Test Partners Ltd / First Accessibility www.testpartners.co.uk www.accessibility.co.uk -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Shaun Sent: 22 April 2007 01:07 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] handling accessible form I am