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To build an HTML5 registration form and use JavaScript functions to validate user-inputted data.

      

    Project Description
     One of the most common uses of client-side JavaScript is to validate  form data. When we say “validate” form data, we mean ensuring that the  data entered is clean, error free, formatted correctly, and meets  certain criterion. The validation of input data is crucial because it  ensures that the data is captured in a format that can be used most  efficiently. Web designers and developers use client-side JavaScript as  one method for validating user-inputted data. The purpose of this  project is to build an HTML5 registration form and use JavaScript  functions to validate user-inputted data.

         Screenshot image of what your form should look like when completed.
    This is a screenshot – The image is not clickable.    

    Project Requirements
    Create  an input from using HTML5 and JavaScript.  The form will validate and  collect information form the user and then e-mail the result to your  personal e-mail address.

      Fields Validation   Name The  use is required to enter a first and last name. You must create two  text boxes (one for the first name and one for the last name). Neither  field must be blank. Include default text in the first and last name  fields. Remove the default text once the user selects the field.

    First Name and Last Name Field Types: Alpha only.
      Address The  user is required to enter a valid mailing address. You must create  three separate text boxes to gather city, state, and zip code  information. The address can not be blank.

    Zip Code: Numeric only (5 digits)
    Address Field: Alphanumeric characters
    City: Alpha only
    State: (Selected from a pull down menu) The user must select a state.
      Phone Number The  user must enter a valid 10 digit phone number, including area code.   You must create two text boxes to gather the user’s phone number. These  fields can not be blank.

    Area Code: (3 digits)
    Phone Number: (7 digits)
      E-mail Address The  user must enter a valid e-mail address that follows the standard e-mail  convention <[email protected]>, where the length of “name”  can be up to 64 characters in length, and “domain” may be up to 252  characters in length.

    If an invalid e-mail address is entered,  the user should receive a message similar to “You have entered an  invalid e-mail address”.
      Confirm E-mail Address The  user must enter in the exact same e-mail address entered in the  previous E-mail Address field. If not, an error message will be  generated.   Meal Preference  

    The user must select a meal preference from a radio button list (Vegan, Vegetarian, Non-Vegetarian).

    Contact Method   

    The  user must select at least two of four contact methods listed on the  form. An error message will display when less than two (zero or one)  methods are selected.

    Comments  

    Optional field for additional comments. Field length (250 characters). This field can be blank.

      Buttons Function   Submit The  Submit Button, when clicked, will display all of the errors on the  form. If errors exist on the form, the form data will not be e-mailed.  Once all errors have been removed AND all of the default text has been  replaced, data entered into the form will be transmitted via e-mail. The  Submit Button should call the submit () event handler function.   Reset The  Reset Button will reset all of the fields on the form to a blank state.  The Reset Button should call the reset () event handler function.
         Use // to document your code by providing comments that explain the purpose of all lines of code you write.

    Submission Requirements
    Please complete the following:

    Host your working registration from online using the Nova Server (provide the URL in your submission).
    Submit the HTML files you used to create the registration form to the Project’s Assignments Folder. Write a Project Reflection (see description below).

    Project Reflection
    Answer the following questions when you submit your assignments files.

    What issues or challenges did you face completing this project? Did you complete the Advanced Challenge? If so, which challenge items did you complete?

    Please  submit your Project Reflection as a Microsoft Word document or just  copy and paste your answers in your Assignments Folder’s text box when  you submit your assignment along with the rest of the required project  files. 

    HTML Validation
    Your pages should validate without errors using the W3C HTML Markup Validation Service at http://validator.w3.org.

    How to do this:

    Publish your pages to Nova Go to the W3C validator and paste in the URL to your index.html page Select the check button

    Helpful Resources
    This  assignment will require you to interact with the DOM. The links below  highlight specific concepts and topics that you will need to learn in  order to complete this assignment successfully.

      W3schools.com > JavaScript Forms
    https://www.w3schools.com/js/js_validation.asp

    Advanced Challenge
    This  assignment will require you to interact with the DOM. The links below  highlight specific concepts and topics that you will need to learn in  order to complete this assignment successfully.

       Add at least 2 additional fields and validate them.
    Add a company logo at the top of the form.

    Due Date: December 14

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