Posts Tagged ‘Form’

HTML5 Input Types Alternative

CSS, HTML | Posted by Keefr January 23rd, 2014

markup-htmlHere’s another example of cool stuff HTML offers up to take your web sites to the next level. But like forms have always been, there’s a great variance in display from browser to browser. This unfortunately continues to be true even with HTML 5’s added input types:

HTML5 Input Types Alternative

Button Switches With Checkboxes and CSS3 Fanciness

CSS, JavaScript | Posted by Keefr October 20th, 2012

Here’s a cool little demo utilizing CSS3, form elements and a single line of JS.

Button Switches With Checkboxes and CSS3 Fanciness

Form-Field Validation: The Errors-Only Approach

HTML, JavaScript | Posted by Keefr June 28th, 2012

Love this write-up from over at Smashing Magaizine’s subdomain, uxdesign. It circles around on usability and where and when to use different validation techniques with your web sites’ forms.

Form-Field Validation: The Errors-Only Approach

Full CSS3 HTML5 Contact Form with No Images

CSS, HTML | Posted by Keefr January 30th, 2012

Pretty impressive how far we’ve come — HTML and CSS’s latest versions allow us to do so with minimal code and minimal images. In this case, no images are needed.

Full CSS3 HTML5 Contact Form with No Images

Textarea Auto Resize

CSS, JavaScript, jQuery | Posted by Keefr January 16th, 2012

Forms always are hard web elements to balance — usability, design and the like are all a little tougher when it comes to forms.

This is a nice solution to make textareas expand as needed.

Textarea Auto Resize