use serverside validation instead. That way the user will send the
information to the server, the server checks if the information is valid, if
it is not instead of bringing an alert window to the user (which can be
anoying) have the page to render a "friendly" error on the page or an arrow
that points what the user is missing.
"Red-Hand" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:d6sk6o$nft$1forums.macromedia.com...> If the user forgets to type a text in a text box and press NEXT, he will
> get a
> message and goes back to the first page.
> <CFIF #Form.Lname# EQ "">
> alert("Type your name please.");
> If the option Active Scripting in IE is disabled (by the user), this
> function does not work. How can I prevent the IE to bypass this option??