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mixed Boolean true if field value is valid,  on failure.
 
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Joomla 11.1 JForm::validateField

Description

Method to validate a object based on field data.

Description:JForm::validateField [Edit Descripton]

Since

Joomla 11.1

Synopsis

protected JForm::validateField ($element, $group=null, $value=null, $input=null)
Parameter Type Default Description
$element string The XML element object representation of the form field.
$group string null The optional dot-separated form group path on which to find the field.
$value mixed null The optional value to use as the default for the field.
$input object null An optional object with the entire data set to validate against the entire form.

Returns

mixed Boolean true if field value is valid, on failure.

Defined in

libraries/joomla/form/form.php (line 1555)

Referenced by

See also

[Edit See Also]

SeeAlso:JForm::validateField

Examples

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