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Nour El-din El-helw8,241 Points
So, I've done all the practice but had a little question. Is it enough to make the border of the input red/green to notify the user about its state ( if it's valid or not). Thanks in advance :)
Sam Gord14,084 Points
it can be enough, you can also consider having a place to show a text notification about why the input is not valid, but after all i think it depends on the way you think and the things you think you need. everything can always improve.