jQuery errorPlacement / error positioning problem

I have finally got around to utilising jQuery form validation on a new site I am doing the coding for and even though everything is working exactly as it should I need to move one of the error messages to display below rather than to the right as the other error messages and even though I have an idea of how it is done I can't get it to work (of course I may be way off). What I have done in the form so far is this   I agree to the Terms and Conditions And the JS errorLabelContainer:("#tsandcs"), errorElement: "p", errorPlacement: function(error, element){ error.appendTo($("div#tsandcs_error")); }
I really could do with some help as I need the error text to display underneath the "I agree to ....." text rather then to the right.

Posted On: Saturday 24th of November 2012 03:59:26 AM Total Views:  364
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