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Hi Imar,

I was trying to practice using the JQuery plugins a bit more. I used the watermark plugin for the contact us form in the login form and it works great!

I was trying to find some validation plugins to use for the Contact Us form. I found one that looked interesting, the JQuery Validation Engine plugin (jquery.validationEngine.js).

Would I have to remove the validation controls (for ex. the RequiredFieldValidator, CustomValidator) from the Contact Us form first to use the this plugin (or any other validation plugin)? I'm not sure what the correct way to do this is since these validation controls take care of server and client side validation?

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Hi there,

You shouldn't remove the controls since you still want the validation to take place at the server. Instead, set EnableClientScript to false so the controls run on the server only.

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