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Validates HTML files for compliance against the W3C standards and performs linting to assess code quality against best practices.
The on Submit handler for the form requires also that a value be entered in all fields before the form can be submitted.
The to the input box ('email'), to the associated checkbox ('valid_email) and to the DIV where the feedback text is to appear ('rsp_email').
In this case it'ss a PHP file, but another server-side scripting language would work just as well.
Just a really simple login and redirect, but the script doesn't fire since I changed the button input type to 'submit' and the on Click event to on Submit.
All is does now is just add the username and password as a string to the url.
These elements can then be referenced in the XML file that is returned by the Ajax call.
The 'empty comment" in the DIV is just a place-holder - required in some older browsers when a DIV is empty, but needs later to be referenced by a script.