Create a passwords dont match functionality

Below you can see how you can create a ‘passwords don’t match’ functionality

This is the form

<form id="formSubscribe" method="post" role="form">
                  <div class="form-group">
                    <label for="yourEmail" class="control-label">Type your email</label>
                    <input name="yourEmail" type="text" required="" class="form-control" id="yourEmail" placeholder="Yoyr email">
                  <div class="form-group">
                    <label for="passwordOne" class="control-label">Password</label>
                    <input name="passwordOne" type="password" required="" class="form-control" id="passwordOne" placeholder="Password" data-msg-required="Please type a password.">
                  <div class="form-group">
                    <label for="passwordTwo" class="control-label">Confirm</label>
                    <input name="passwordTwo" type="password" class="form-control" id="passwordTwo" placeholder="Confirm Password" dmx-bind:required="passwordTwo.value==passwordOne.value">
                      **<span dmx-show="passwordTwo.value!=passwordOne.value" class="label label-warning">Passwords dont match</span>**
                  <div class="form-group">
                    **<button type="submit" class="btn btn-default" dmx-bind:disabled="!passwordOne.value || passwordTwo.value!=passwordOne.value">Submit</button>**

Follow these steps
1.Create the form with the two passwords fields
2.Create a <span> that it will only be shown if the two ‘password’ fields are not equal
(<span dmx-show="passwordTwo.value!=passwordOne.value" class="label label-warning">Passwords dont match</span>)
3.Disable the ‘submit’ button when the two ‘password’ fields dont match
4.Make password one field required

Hope it helps, feel free to improve.
Thank you

Thanks Niko, that’s a nice example.
I might add:
&& passwordTwo.value
… to the condition, so the ‘don’t match’ warning doesn’t appear as soon as you start typing in the first password field.

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you can use “Equal to” validation


That’s right, you can use the form validator as well :slight_smile: