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August 16 2011

December 13 2010

Webkrauts » Formulare auf der Höhe der Zeit

Neben neuen strukturellen Elementen und der nativen Wiedergabe von Audio und Video beschert HTML5 auch einige Neuerungen im Hinblick auf Formulare. Damit nimmt sich die Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) sowie das W3C der bisher sehr limitierten Funktionalitäten eines der wichtigsten Interaktions-Elemente des Internets an. Wer jedoch die Diskussionen rund um HTML5 verfolgt hat, fragt sich nun zu Recht, ob diese Neuerungen jetzt schon verwendet werden können. Hier kann ich mit einem klaren »Ja« antworten. Auch wenn noch nicht alle Browser (und manche bisher nur sehr rudimentär) die neuen Formular-Funktionalitäten von HTML5 unterstützen, können die Nachzügler mit ein wenig jQuery-Feenstaub dazu gebracht werden, diese zumindest zu imitieren.

September 21 2010

A List Apart: Articles: Forward Thinking Form Validation

Form validation has been a finicky business since the web was born. First came the server-side validation error summary. Then we evolved to client-side validation to verify results inline. Now, we have the marching giant that is HTML5 and CSS3: HTML5’s forms chapter offers new input types and attributes that make validation constraints possible. CSS3’s basic UI module provides several pseudo-classes to help us style those validation states and change a field’s appearance based on the user’s actions. Let’s take a look at combining the two to create a CSS-based form validator that has fairly broad browser support.

September 02 2010

Why Users Fill Out Forms Faster With Top Aligned Labels | UXMovement.com

Imag­ine a user who is really excited about your prod­uct or ser­vice. They’re ready to sign up, so they go to your form page and start fill­ing out their infor­ma­tion. The way you align your labels with your form fields can affect how easy it is for users to fill out the form. Do you want to give users a quick, easy and pain­less expe­ri­ence or do you want to give them a has­sle? If you want to make their expe­ri­ence quick, easy and pain­less, con­sider using top aligned labels for your form fields.

December 26 2009

December 03 2009

24 ways: Have a Field Day with HTML5 Forms

Forms are usually seen as that obnoxious thing we have to markup and style. I respectfully disagree: forms (on a par with tables) are the most exciting thing we have to work with. Here we’re going to take a look at how to style a beautiful HTML5 form using some advanced CSS and latest CSS3 techniques. I promise you will want to style your own forms after you’ve read this article.
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