Apr 07, 2011 — 12 comments
Adding Autocomplete, Autocorrect and Autocapitalize attributes on a given input field or textarea to prevent the given corrective features.
Sometimes ago I wrote a tutorial on Introduction to HTML5, where I discusses the new document structure elements introduced in HTML5. In today’s tutorial, we are going to look at some of HTML5 Form Features. This is going to be straightforward tutorial, explaining each of these features and how they can be used. We will now look at them below:
On clicking the submit button in the form, the action page should open in the new pop-up window...
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With the recent innovations of HTML 5 and CSS 3, form validation has been passed (in some form) back to the browser. What this means is that we can create powerful HTML forms before passing data to the server to validate via PHP, Ruby or ASP.
Like forms on paper, a form on a web page allows the user to enter requested information and submit it for processing. A form can contain input elements like text fields, checkboxes, radio-buttons, submit buttons and more. A form can also contain select lists, textarea, fieldset, legend, and label elements.
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Follow this step by step tutorial to create a traditional pen & paper inspired contact form in HTML and CSS. We’ll use a mix of basic and intermediate CSS techinques to give the form the appearance of a letter, then use the @font-face CSS property to transform the digital text into handwriting.
In this tutorial I will show you how you can create pretty, sleek looking user registration form by using html5/css3 combined with powerful jquery library for the validation part.
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