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Pam1234
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posted on 11/10/2006 at 02:04 AM Reply With Quote
Function expected error


I tested the free script before purchasing the Pro version. Worked fine. The reason I upgraded was because I prefer the yellow box up top to the gray "alert" error messages.

After upgrading, I was very careful to compare my form with the Pro demo, including styles, but for some reason every time I click "submit" I get an alert with the following error message:

Line: 227
Char: 30
Error: Function expected
Code: 0

It's not line 227 of my source code because I verified that by inserting a line so that 227 would become 228. I still get the same error. I tried looking at the validator.js script but there IS no line 227 since it is compressed -- it's just one big long line.

Frustrated and hoping for some answers. Thanks.
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Pam1234
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posted on 11/10/2006 at 09:53 AM Reply With Quote
SOLVED


I figured it out. There was another javascript on the page that was conflicting with the validator. I got rid of that javascript and the problem solved itself.

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