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This page collects feedback on what does not work with HTML forms. Having wider adoption of standard form controls benefits usability/accessibility so it is important that they work nicely.
The bubble error message tooltips displayed by contemporary implementations do not offer enough flexibility in layout and therefore HTML form validation is slow to reach wider adoption. Despite the many benefits of having native form input validation, many sites still rely on fallbacks and polyfills to author custom designs.
Currently, HTML input validation messages are displayed as bubble tootlips only:
Existing webkit pseudo-elements for styling are limited in scope and do not meet use cases:
Use Case 1 - Inline Message
Allow error messages to be inserted immediately after the input field.
Use Case 2 - All Messages Shown
Allow all messages to be displayed at once for each invalid input field.
Use Case 3 - Grouped Messages
Allow the error messages to be grouped for all error messages shown.