Entries Tagged as 'forms'

Making Framework Agnostic Isomorphic Web Applications with Query Strings and HTML5 pushState

December 11th, 2016 by zoltan · No Comments

Do you want the state of a web page to be rendered by both the client and the server side? Is having the state of a JavaScript rendered web page to be controlled by the page’s query string important to you? Is important for you to ensure that your page’s state can be shared correctly via email and social media? If you want all of this without being tied into any specific framework (e.g. React, jQuery, Angular, etc) and done using progressive-enhancement, read on.

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Tags: Events · Events · forms · HTML5 · pushState

CSS3 Pseudo-Classes and HTML5 Forms: Their Limitations and a Possible Solution

November 5th, 2012 by zoltan · 2 Comments

I have been playing around with HTML5 Forms for a while now, and one of my favorite parts of the HTML5 Forms spec is the use of CSS3 pseudo-classes to show the validation state of the form fields to the user. I believe these validation hints make a better user experience and makes the process of filling out the form less frustrating. However, I think there are some shortcomings in the existing psuedo-classes that produce these validation hints. I hope that this article will start a discussion for a possible solution that could be easily added to the CSS3 UI specification.

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Tags: CSS3 · forms · HTML5 · psuedo-classes · standard proposal · Uncategorized