Validating xhtml code
In most cases, however, you should be able to use Google to search for the regular expression you want, or even use a tool to help you.
This is a Boolean attribute used to indicate that a given input field’s value is required in order to submit the form.
This form attribute indicates what kind of input control to display such as the popular validates the field to ensure the entered data is in fact a valid email address.
If the field contains an invalid value, the form cannot be submitted for processing until it is corrected.
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If you’re new to Regular Expressions, you can check out this document on Web to give you a head start.
When building web applications, it is important you take security seriously, especially when it has to do with collecting data from users.
As a result, the specification doesn’t define an algorithm for validating these, hence it isn’t supported web browsers at the time of writing. The pattern attribute will likely make a lot of developers, especially those working on the front-end, happy.
This attribute specifies a format (in the form of a Java Script Regular Expression) that the field value is checked against.
When it comes to validating form values, it can be done on the client-side (web browser) and on the server-side (using your preferred server-side language).
In the past, client-side validation could only be achieved using Java Script or using libraries from frameworks (think j Query validation plugin).