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action attribute on a
<form> element is not a required attribute, but if specified, must be a valid, non-empty URL. For example:
<form action="register.php"> </form>
Related W3C validator issues
There is no attribute validate on the <form> element. Perhaps you meant novalidate?
If the novalidate attribute is present on a <form>, indicates that the form is not to be validated during submission.
For example, while this form has a required attribute on its input, it won’t be enforced because form validation has been disabled using novalidate:
<form novalidate> <label>City: <input required name="city"></label> <input type="submit" /> </form>
A <form> element has already a form role, so specifying role="form" in it is redundant.
You can simply write:
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