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Wrap Up!1:07 with Aisha Blake
Fantastic work! You’ve taken a plain brochure site and made it much more user-friendly and exciting. There’s so much more to learn about jQuery as you continue to build your skills as a web developer. Join the conversation in the Treehouse Community to reinforce what you’ve learned here and check out the teacher’s notes for resources that cover more advanced topics related to jQuery.
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You've taken a plain brochure site and
made it much more user friendly and exciting.
There's so much more to learn about jQuery as you continue to build your skills
as a web developer.
Recall the form we used to add pets to our post page.
It looks great, but there's nothing stopping anyone from
typing anything they want into our input boxes.
It works whether a user checks that they've read our terms and
conditions or not.
It works when numbers are typed into the name field.
It even works when no name is given at all.
In a real site, these issues would pose a security risk and make it hard to be
sure the content on our page and the data we received from users was accurate.
I've posted links to other Treehouse courses and workshops that you can
use to learn more about form validation to start tackling these sorts of problems.
Join the conversation in the Treehouse community
to reinforce what you've learned here.
And check out the teacher's notes for
resources that cover more advanced topics related to jQuery.
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