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Jquery trigger click to show errors not working

Matildah asked:

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I have jquery tabs login and sign up i need when the registration page has errors to trigger the registration page to open but the default first page is login
<div class="auth-buttons" >
                <a class="btn" id="btn-login">Login</a>
                <a class="btn" id="btn-register">Register</a>

<div id="lgn" class="btns">
        <form method="POST" action="{{ route('login')}}" autocomplete="off">

<div id="reg" class="btns">
 <form method="POST" action="{{ route('register')}}" autocomplete="off">
<pre lang="Javascript"><script>



I have tried this script but its not working, when register has errors it displays the errors but it goes back to login first

What I have tried:


    $(function() {
    let hasErrors = document.getElementsByClassName('errorClass').length > 0;


Tags: Javascript, jQuery


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