I’m a newbie, coming from Visual FoxPro - a database centric and object
orientated scripting language with a rich set of graphical user
interface controlls. Lerning ruby on rails means for me to lern html as
well. But now to my
The validation errors are listed at the top of the page without any
order. Depending on the size of the form and the numbers of errors
listed the data entry fields containing the corresponding invalid data
eventually are out of sight. If the user corrected the value of a field
the corresponding error message should indicate that something was done.
- Bring the error messages into a meaningful order (there have already
been posts covering this task)
- Display the error messages in a side frame with it’s own scrollbar.
- Make a specific part of the message interactive, so a click of the
user on this part will take him right a way to the corresponding data
- Change the color of the error message if the field entry was changed.
Thanks in advance