If no errors are found, the form can submit normally.
See the Pen Form Validation: Validate on Submit by Chris Ferdinandi (@cferdinandi) on Code Pen.
// If too short if (Short) return 'Please lengthen this text to ' Attribute('min Length') ' characters or more.
You are currently using ' field.value.length ' characters.'; // If too long if (Long) return 'Please short this text to no more than ' Attribute('max Length') ' characters.
The property in conjunction with our input types and HTML validation attributes, we can build a robust form validation script that provides a great user experience with a relatively small amount of Java Script. Since we're writing our validation script, we want to disable the native browser validation by adding the attribute to our forms.
Unfortunately, none of the browsers natively behave this way.
If the field is a radio button or checkbox, we need to change how we add our error message to the DOM.
The field label often comes after the field, or wraps it entirely, for these types of inputs.
There are a few different methods the API exposes, but the most powerful, Validity State, allows us to use the browser's own field validation algorithms in our scripts instead of writing our own.
In this article, I'm going to show you how to use Validity State to customize the behavior, appearance, and content of your form validation error messages.
We'll do this by adding a listener for the class, we'll get every field, loop through each one, and check for errors.