To work in with our solution change This overrides the default way that j Query will parse a date (mm/dd/yy) to dd/mm/yy.If you try now the j Query validation should accept the dd/mm/yyyy format and it should save to the database correctly. Upon clicking a date from the calendar, it disappears and the date value appears in the textbox.Some websites require that the date be chosen from the calendar; others allow the user to either type in the date or pick it from the calendar.
I created the file selector matches the class we assigned our custom Date Editor Template.
So now any textbox with a class of "datefield" will have a j Query Date Picker attached to it.
This involves using more advanced validation controls and Validation Groups to group validation controls together.
It isn’t uncommon for a webpage to have multiple forms.