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All tested browsers won’t validate “url”, “” and “de”, but all the other tested values, strangely also “url:”.I couldn’t find any reference in the w3 docs about when an url is defined as valid or invalid. I made a test here and as you can see it validates all the values I want it to.(Note: By checking the Validity State via “element.Mismatch” it returns true in Opera as well.).Therefore I tried to find some tests about how browsers handle validation of input type=”url” in combination with required, and as I couldn’t find one I made some by myself, which can be found here..Since this is high in the search results for this problem and two of these comments confused me here's an update/clarification based on my research: 1.The pattern attribute IS supported by url type inputs 2.The simplest change you can make to your forms is to mark a text input field as 'required': This informs the (HTML5-aware) web browser that the field is to be considered mandatory.

Fortunately we can quite easily fix the wrong browser behaviour by adding a pattern attribute. All in all it’s really annoying that we, as developers, have to fix, in my opinion “wrong” browser behaviour.

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For a more detailed introduction to HTML5 form validation you can find some great articles linked under References below.

In this article we intend to present only a number of simple examples to get you started, covering the basic form elements.

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