Login form plays a key role in website development, which authenticate user access to other resources.
Here, we are giving our Java Script codes for validating Login form.
The only hooks between them are the values for the form itself and the checkbox input element.
Also gone are any globally defined functions or variables.
At the moment, the captcha field uses only not Empty validator indicating that the field is required.
We will use the remote validator to verify it in the next step.
As you would hope it is possible to customise the messages that are displayed by the browser with your own text, but this can only be done via Java Script.Adding HTML5 validation to the checkbox is actually very simple.All you need to do is include a This tells the browser that the form should not be allowed to submit without the checkbox checked.If anybody have more efficient code then please share this. As you selected option Yes" continue=False Exit Sub End If End If There are other things you can do.Check this Lotus Developer Domain post, which covers attachments, text, embedded objects, all sorts: There's a way in Lotus Script to check attachments presence even for new (not saved) documents.
You need to check the The block of Java Script below the form is assigning our custom error message to the checkbox when the page loads.