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Essential JavaScript™ for Web Professionals, Second Edition by Dan Barrett

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Chapter 4. Error Handling in Forms

In This Chapter

  • Project I: Dynamically Selecting Multiple Form Fields

  • Project II: Error Handling of Forms

  • Project III: Letting the User Know What's Wrong

  • Recap

  • Advanced Projects

For the rest of the book we will be working on the Web site of Stitch Magazine. Stitch is a fictional online fashion magazine. It's racy, visually interesting, and its reporters are remarkably good at spotting trends, reclusive designers, and embarrassing gossip. However, it's now beginning to grow up and needs more interactivity to enhance its Web site content. In the next three chapters, we'll implement some truly advanced JavaScript for a rare user experience. In this chapter, we'll learn how to check your forms for user-entered errors. ...

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