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PHP Enhancing a Simple PHP Application Integrating Validation Errors Setting an Error Message Variable

So where did the Message Box for the Error Message come into play?

My error messages are all functioning correctly, however the error box itself does not display..

I would assume that is where the paragraph class comes into play?

  if (!isset($error_message)) {
    echo  '<p>We&rsquo;d love to hear from you! Complete the form to send us an email.</p>';
  } else {
    echo '<p class="message">' . $error_message . '</p>';

I've yet to delve into far into css but have a general understanding.. and really want to debug this.

1 Answer

Hey! It's been a while how are you getting on with this bug?