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  • While the HTML5 validation of the input fields is rock solid, it’s not great user experience. As far as I understand, I have to create custom forms for a nicer validation. The HTML is not the problem. However, I’m pretty dumb when it comes to JS. Is there a good standard form that could be used? It would be ok to just have a small error notice below the input field.

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  • Plugin Author Roberto TNP


    Hi, if you don’t like the standard a widely supported HTML5 validation, feel free to adopt a JS validation library searching te web.


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