I have updated my html5Widgets package (now called html5Forms.js) so developers can create great looking, easy-to-use forms that can validate each field as a user types. It also has updated validation widgets so older browsers can display error messages like native HTML5 Form implementations do, and even allows developers to style error message bubbles in all browsers even in browsers like Firefox that don’t allow it natively.
Entries Tagged as 'Forms'
May 17th, 2012 by zoltan · 11 Comments
January 3rd, 2012 by zoltan · 45 Comments
As a web application developer, progress bars are great when you want to show the user that some action is happening, especially when it can take a long time. Creating them is easy with the HTML5
<progress> tag. This article will discuss how this tag is rendered by default in all operating systems and browsers and how to style the
progress tag with CSS, even in browsers that don’t officially support the it. It will also show some interesting examples using advanced CSS3 techniques.
May 12th, 2011 by zoltan · 2 Comments
onforminput is deprecated,
May 10th, 2011 by zoltan · 6 Comments
onforminput event has been stripped out of HTML5, and it makes me sad. This article will show examples of how it works, how you can use it today in browsers that don’t support it, and hopefully will also present a good case as to why it should be put back into the HTML5 specification. Should something this useful and easy-to-use be abandoned?
July 27th, 2010 by zoltan · 38 Comments
June 20th, 2010 by zoltan · 6 Comments
One thing HTML5 forms can’t do is dynamically show and hide form elements according to the data that the user has already entered. My new library,
visibleIf gives you a very easy way to do this using the HTML5