Also, each element will be styled as “valid” if the user’s password has met the requirement or invalid if they haven’t met it (if the input field is blank, none of the requirements have been met; hence the default class of “invalid”).Here’s what we have so far: It’s important to note that we have to give our H1 tag a border radius on its top two corners.var password = Element By Id("password") , confirm_password = Element By Id("confirm_password"); function validate Password() password.onchange = validate Password; confirm_password.onkeyup = validate Password; As a PRO member, you can drag-and-drop upload files here to use as resources.
This will compare the values in the two fields everytime a key is released in the confirmation field.
In the HTML file(signup.html), I have 8 input fields, 7 of those have regular expression, but only 4 have required field.
Many sites that require login credentials enforce a security setting often referred to as password complexity requirements. However, traditional factors that contribute to a password’s strength include it’s length, complexity, and unpredictability.
These requirements ensure that user passwords are sufficiently strong and cannot be easily broken. To ensure password strength, many sites require user passwords to be alphanumeric in addition to being a certain length.