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  1. Dear W3schools community, I want to check if a required input is empty (has more then 0 characters). You guys have any idea what I'm doing wrong? Thanks in advance! If there is no character in input (id="vname") I still get a red "bar" Here's my code: function foobar() { var vname = document.getElementById('vname').value; if (vname.length > 0 && vname != '' && vname != null) { document.getElementById('contact-response').style.color = 'green'; document.getElementById('contact-response').innerHTML = "foo"; } else { document.getElementById('contact-response').style.color = 'red'; document.getElementById('contact-response').innerHTML = "bar"; } } I also tried length, null and '' separately. I also tried doing it with isEmpty(). Also I tried using || instead of &&. Nothing worked yet. Heres my HTML: <div id="wrapper-contact"> <form> <input type="text" id="vname" placeholder="*Vname" required="yes"> <input type="button" onclick="foobar()" value="Senden"> <p id="contact-response"></p> </form> </div>
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