If it finds any it sends the page back to the reader who then has to re-enter some data, before submitting again.
A Java Script check is useful because it stops the form from being submitted if there is a problem, saving lots of time for your readers.
We will also look at other options for acquiring the new text.
Validating email address using regular expressions is tricky and is often not recommended. A valid email address as defined by RFC 2822 can be quite complex.
If an error message is not specified, a default error message is displayed.
No need to write even a single Java Script line for simple form validation.
View example » Parsley is shipped with more than a dozen useful validators.
Basically what is happening here is that for whatever option the user has already selected, we want to put a selected=”selected” property in that option box.
Now the select box choice will be preserved when the form is submitted. Many select boxes will be populated from a database table, and won’t require you to write a bunch of embedded “if” statements.
This page shows you to how to add (append) or replace text in a text area or text field.