For example, you'd be surprised at what kinds of email addresses are considered valid according to standards.Because this plugin depends on the HTML5 Constraint Validation API, Internet Explorer 9 and older are not supported.This plugin adheres to the conventions set forth by Bootstrap's core j Query plugins, so be sure to check those out to get a better understanding of the goals and design of this plugin.Add validation to your forms with this simple plugin.You may need different ways to specify validation rules according to the server-side enviroment you are using on different projects.And after all, you don't want to reinvent the wheel, do you?
Here's a group of inputs which demonstrate the example.
The validation rules for standard HTML5 attributes are handled entirely by the browser using the HTML5 Constraint Validation API.
As such, this plugin isn't in control of things like what qualifies as a valid email address or URL.
"But aren't there already a ton of validation plugins out there?
" Right, there are a lot of non-j Query-based solutions (which you'd avoid since you found j Query) and some j Query-based solutions.