Why use this pattern?
Use a warning message when you need to warn users about something important. For example,
- why an answer they have chosen makes them ineligible to proceed; and
- how legal consequences of an action or lack of action will affect them.
When to use a warning message
Highlight the field that caused the warning. Describe the problem and how to fix it in a warning summary at the top of the screen.
Use standard messages for different form field types. For example, a radio button field and a select field should use the same standard message.
You can show warning messages:
- when users select or tab to a field;
- as they are typing; and
- when they move away from a field.
How it works
For each warning:
- explain why we cannot accept the entry or selection;
- tell them what to do next;
- include a way to leave the transaction;
- use an orange border to visually connect the message and the form field it belongs to; and
- put the message in orange at the top of the screen in a warning summary.
Summarize all warnings at the top of the screen the user is on using a warning summary.
Form field label
Are you or have you been registered as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Yukon?
As you aren't or haven't been registered, you cannot proceed with this application. There may be other ways to apply.