Keeping modal dialog open after validation error laravel

34 1 0 0

Last Updated : 2020-10-24 12:40:13

Laravel automatically checks for errors in the session data and so, an $errors variable is actually always available on all your views. If you want to display a modal when there are any errors present, you can try something like this:

Laravel automatically checks for errors in the session data and so, an $errors variable is actually always available on all your views. If you want to display a modal when there are any errors present, you can try something like this:


<script type="text/javascript">
@if (count($errors) > 0)
$('#model_id').modal('show');
@endif
</script>

Mahmoud Anwar

Mahmoud Anwar

Back End Developer with a passion for developing innovative web applications that expedite the efficiency and effectiveness of organizational success. Well-versed in technology and writing code to create systems that are reliable and user-friendly. Also has the proven ability to motivate, educate, and collaborate effectively to build web applications and effectively track changes. Confident communicator, strategic thinker, and innovative creator to develop software that is customized to meet a company’s organizational needs, highlight their core competencies, and further their success.