While none of your answers received a downvote, all three of them were moderator flagged, and deleted by a moderator. This is what probably led to the answer-ban.
Your first answer reads
I did that and didn't help vote -1
Well, that's not really an answer to the posted question, is it?
Your second answer reads:
Greg, please tell me why would anyone have a class SEALED (which
cannot be INHERITED) when it has VIRTUAL members [that is to override
in DERIVED classes]?
You're trying to communicate with another user. Not only will that not work (Greg will never see your attempt at communication), but again, it's not an answer to the question.
I couldn't vote for you John, but your answer was nicest! I did as described and it worked for me. As a comment, I observed that there is a "$.validator" in jQuery, but this hasn't the resetForm() method. And the validate doesn't return a "validator". The prove is that the returned object doesn't have the method that "$.validator" has. I find this a little bit strange, but this is probably the price of working at higher level of jQuery (instead of js).
Another attempt to communicate with a user.
Then, you posted this question on the wrong site, and it was migrated here.
You need to spend some time with the Help Center and learn a bit more about how Stack Exchange works before attempting to post again.