VBScript's interaction with HTML is handled through events that occur when the user or browser manipulates a page. When the user clicks a button, that click too is an event.Another example of events are like pressing any key, closing window, resizing window, etc.In the given example we just write a message saying the all went well, however that part is where we should insert our main code which might be an insert command, an email forwarding or whatever you like.
A database (and therefore an ASP data-driven site) is only as good as the data within it.
For example, if you collect information from your users (like an e Commerce site, let's say), and your users enter incorrect or malformatted data (such as an incorrect email address or an invalid zip code), the data is as good as garbage.
function Validate() if 1 = 2 then Validate = true else Validate = false end if msgbox Validate 'the rest of this function is work in progress response.write "Adc" ' dim SQL ' dim Pin ' dim Pay Roll ' dim Num Pin ' dim Num Pay Roll ' dim Form Object ' dim Error Reason ' on error resume next ' set Form Object = document.forms("Employee Form") ' Pin = Form Object. The validate and onsumbit function are located in a global file that is included in all other pages of this website This should always return a false however it is still posting the form.
Does anyone have any idea, or should I do all the validation on the server side and just reload the page if the validation is false?
These two event types will help you to create nice effects with images or even with text as well.