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Form:Errors Tag

If a form submission encounters a validation error, you can use this tag to loop through the error messages and show your user where everything went south.


This tag can be used both as a conditional and as the data itself.

{{ form:set is="contact" }}
{{ if {form:errors} }}
<p>Oops, here's what went wrong:</p>
{{ form:errors }}
<li>{{ value }}</li>
{{ /form:errors }}
{{ /if }}
{{ form:create }}
{{ /form:create }}
{{ /form:set }}
Hot Tip!

form:errors is a Tag, not a variable. Be sure to wrap it with single braces when inside a condition.




Specify the name of the form. Only required if you do not use the form:set tag, or don't have a form defined in the current context.


Variable Type Description



This tag contains a primitive array. In each iteration, the {{ value }} will output a different error message. See the example above.

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