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      <label for="Name">Name</label>
      <input id="Name" type="text" />
      <label for="Address">Address</label>
      <textarea id="Address" cols="40" rows="5"></textarea>
      <input id="Submit" value="Submit" type="button" />


                body {
  font: 12px verdana;
  background-color: #5C87B2;

form {
  max-width: 400px;
  padding: 15px;
  background-color: white;
label, input[type="text"], textarea {
  width: 100%;
  margin-bottom: 6px;
input[type="button"] {
  width: 80px;
label.error {
  color: #CC0000;


                // The following code show execute only after the page is fully loaded
$(document).ready(function () {
  if ($('form').exists()) {

    // Enable jQuery Validation for the form
    $('form').validate({ onkeyup: false });

    // Add validation rules to the Address field
    $("#Address").rules("add", {
      fulladdress: true,
      required: true,
      messages: {
        fulladdress: "Google cannot locate this address."

    // This function will be executed when the form is submitted
    function FormSubmit() {
      $.submitForm = true;
      if (!$('form').valid()) {
        return false;
      } else {
        if ($("#Address").data("IsChecking") == true) {
          $("#Address").data("SubmitForm", true);
          return false;

        alert('Form is valid!');
        // return true;   // Uncomment to submit the form.
        return false;     // Supress the form submission for test purpose.

    // Attach the FormSubmit function to the Submit button
    if ($('#Submit').exists()) {

    // Execute the ForumSubmit function when the form is submitted

// Create a jQuery exists method
jQuery.fn.exists = function () { return jQuery(this).length > 0; }

// Address jQuery Validator
function AddressValidator(value, element, paras) {

  // Convert the value variable into something a bit more descriptive
  var CurrentAddress = value;

  /* If the address is blank, then this is for the required validator to deal with. */
  if (value.length == 0) {
    return true;

  /* If we've already validated this address, then just return the previous result */
  if ($(element).data("LastAddressValidated") == CurrentAddress) {
    return $(element).data("IsValid");

  /* We have a new address to validate, set the IsChecking flag to true and set the LastAddressValidated to the CurrentAddress */
  $(element).data("IsChecking", true);
  $(element).data("LastAddressValidated", CurrentAddress);

  /* Google Maps doesn't like line-breaks, remove them */
  CurrentAddress = CurrentAddress.replace(/\n/g, "");

  /* Create a new Google geocoder */
  var geocoder = new google.maps.Geocoder();
  geocoder.geocode({ 'address': CurrentAddress }, function (results, status) {

    /* The code below only gets run after a successful Google service call has completed. Because this is an asynchronous call, the validator has already returned a 'true' result to supress an error message and then cancelled the form submission.  The code below needs to fetch the true validation from the Google service and then re-execute the jQuery form validator to display the error message.  Futhermore, if the form was 
    being submitted, the code below needs to resume that submit. */

    // Google reported a valid geocoded address
    if (status == google.maps.GeocoderStatus.OK) {

      // Get the formatted Google result
      var address = results[0].formatted_address;

      /* Count the commas in the fomatted address. This doesn't look great, but it helps us understand how specific the geocoded address is.  For example, "CA" will geocde to "California, USA". */
      numCommas = address.match(/,/g).length;

      /* A full street address will have at least 3 commas.  Alternate techniques involve fetching the address_components returned by Google Maps. That code looked even more ugly. */
      if (numCommas >= 3) {

        /* Replace the first comma found with a line-break */
        address = address.replace(/, /, "\n");

        /* Remove USA from the address (remove this, if this is important to you) */
        address = address.replace(/, USA$/, "");

        // Set the textarea value to the geocoded address

        // Cache this latest result
        $(element).data("LastAddressValidated", address);

        // We have a valid geocoded address
        $(element).data("IsValid", true);
      } else {
        /* Google Maps was able to geocode the address, but it wasn't specific enough (not enough commas) to be a valid street address. */
        $(element).data("IsValid", false);

      // Otherwise the address is invalid
    } else {
      $(element).data("IsValid", false);

    // We're no longer in the midst of validating
    $(element).data("IsChecking", false);

    // Get the parent form element for this address field
    var form = $(element).parents('form:first');

    /* This code is being run after the validation for this field, if the form was being submitted before this validtor was called then we need to re-submit the form. */
    if ($(element).data("SubmitForm") == true) {
    } else {
      // Re-validate this property so we can return the result.

  /* The Address validator always returns 'true' when initially called. The true result will be return later by the geocode function (above) */
  return true;

// Define a new jQuery Validator method
$.validator.addMethod("fulladdress", AddressValidator);