jQuery validation, JavaScript form submitting and another bad idea

In my last post I looked at how to use jQuery validation in a dynamic form and some problems you can have with handling rule sets.
Something I mentioned in the posts was that I was also submitting the form using JavaScript rather than a form post or an…

In my last post I looked at how to use jQuery validation in a dynamic form and some problems you can have with handling rule sets. Something I mentioned in the posts was that I was also submitting the form using JavaScript rather than a form post or anything. This didn’t actually make it into the final post and part of the reason was it would have added a heck of a lot more to the overall post, making it a lot longer than I think anyone would want to read.
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