Introducing Key Concepts for Form Validation with the DOM
If you're looking for ways to validate the data submitted on your web forms, you'll be interested in this article. It's the first in a series that explains how to use the DOM to supplement your server-side validation techniques.
Introducing Key Concepts for Form Validation with the DOM (Page 1 of 5 )
Among the huge number of topics that fall under the category of web development, I'm pretty certain that client-side form validation is one of the most covered, due to its relative ease of implementation and the abundance of pre-built validation scripts that can be found on the web today.
Fortunately for you and me, on today's web, client-side validation can be performed in a few elegant ways. This means that, at least progressively, alert-based notification messages will be eventually discarded, and more standard methods for checking online forms will be introduced.
Now, you already know what this series is about, therefore come with me and learn how to create a form validation system with the DOM. The experience will be fairly instructive, trust me!