Some Tips for Minimising the Pain of HTML Input Forms

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 13 Oct 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

HTML Input forms are, by their nature, tiresome for the user of any website. However, with some attention to detail and a dash of JavaScript, it is possible to reduce the drudgery of form-filling to the minimum and minimise mistakes. Dino explains four ways of making things better for the user of your website.…The post Some Tips for Minimising the Pain of HTML Input Forms appeared first on Simple Talk....

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