Absolute form validation gives error but post form at all

I am using the absolute position form validator http://goo.gl/7wpza

I installed it correctly and it works, but there may be a bug or something. it gives errors when i click on the input field, but it posts the form at all. i mean, if i click on the input field i declared in html as required

and didnt enter anything, a red error box appears and complains that it should not be left blank, it requires some input. but when I click the submit button, without any entry, it submits the form even though it is NOT validated.

I sent to the author, but he may be busy or tired of answering questions - I didn't pay anything until there is no answer. have you ever encountered something like this? do you have any ideas?

any help is appreciated.

<form method="POST"  action="addArticleMetaBody2Newdb.php" id="multiForm" >
<input class="input_box validate[required] text-input" name="Article_Doi" type="text" id="Article_Doi" ></input><br/>
<input class="input_box"  name="Volume" type="text" id="Volume" ></input><br/>
<input class="input_box validate[required,custom[integer]] text-input"  name="Issue"            type="text" id="Issue" ></input><br/>
<input class="input_box validate[required,custom[integer]] text-input"  name="fpage"            type="text" id="fpage" ></input><br/>
<input class="input_box validate[required,custom[integer]] text-input"  name="lpage"            type="text" id="lpage"></input><br/>
<input class="input_box validate[required]" type="textbox" name="tags" ></input><br/> 
<input class="input_box validate[required] text-input" type="textbox" name="categories" ></input><br/>
<input class="submit_button"    type="submit"  value="oluştur" id="submit" ></input>


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Assuming your plugin works as expected, try this in jQuery:

    function validate() {
        if ($('#form1').validationEngine('validate') === false) {
            return false;


In my project, this function is called by the OnClientClick attribute

submit button button and then the dialog opens when it is true and terminates any Javascript / jQuery or code execution.

If you are using this solution, you should place the operator return false

on the next click like this:

OnClientClick="openDialogIfVisited(); return false;"




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