Form Validation using jQuery in PHP

Today we’ll show you how to implement form validation using jQuery in PHP. Moreover we will show you how to insert it into the MySQL database.

There are two types of validations: server side and client side validation. In this article, we will implement client-side validation using jQuery validation plugin. It responds fast to users on input errors before submitting data to the server.

Follow the steps to implement form validation using jQuery

  1. Create a table in database
  2. Include the jQuery library
  3. Create a simple HTML form with jQuery function
  4. Add PHP code
  5. Output

1. Create a table in database

Here, we take an example of a simple registration form and validate the data before insert into the database.

Run the following MySQL syntax to create a table in the database.

2. Include the jQuery library

We have to include the below jQuery library in the head section of the page.

3. Create a simple HTML form with jQuery function

Now, create a simple form that contains five fields such as name, email, contact, password, confirm password.

Use the following code to create a simple HTML form.

index.php

This plugin provides the submitHandler callback function to handle the submit action when the form is validated.

On successful validation, we will submit post data in getData.php file.

4. Add PHP code

Finally we will create a PHP file as getData.php to get the posted data and insert it into the database.

In this file, we will write a code to create a database connection and execute the query to insert the data in the table.

getData.php

After successful submission, you can find the form data into the database table.

5. Output

Run the above code to check the output.

Output - Form Validation using jQuery in PHP - Clue Mediator
Output – Form Validation using jQuery in PHP – Clue Mediator

Refer this article to submit a form without page refresh using Ajax in PHP.

That’s it for today.
Thank you for reading. Happy Coding..!!

Demo & Source Code

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