Here’s a cool little demo utilizing CSS3, form elements and a single line of JS.
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I tweeted this yesterday, but found it humorous enough that I had to put a link up here on Keefr.com. If you don’t find this little site funny, yeah.. you might not like most of the content on Keefr.com
I feel like half the posts on here recently have been linking to Smashing Magazine. They’ve just continued to write relevant and great articles and lists that speak to me.
So I’ve really been diving into learning, understanding and utilizing jQuery in my new job. It’s been very satisfying to look at someone else’s code and be able to read it, and understand line for line what is being done — granted it’s in fairly short examples, but it’s great to start understanding what’s going on beyond a copy and paste of someone else’s code.
That being said, there’s still a TON more to learn, and the 20 examples below are still examples I’m copying and pasting, and not able to mentally parse about 95% of it! These examples though are great in showing the power, flexibility and cool things jQuery and CSS can do for wrangling in boring old forms.
In particular, I love this implementation – jQuery Form Validator – Because Form Validation is a Mess. I’ve been playing around with that one most of this afternoon, modifying it, and getting a good feel for the customization options it allows — highly recommend it. This one is probably going to be utilized in a major project next week.
I’m psyched for the CSS properties for multiple backgrounds, border-radius and 2D transforms to become commonly supported, plus of course the media-related additions coming with HTML5.
There’s no reason not to do this. Just make sure you have a backup of the files with whitespace.