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Building a Form in PHP Using DOMDocument


Learn how to build an HTML form in PHP using DOMDocument — a structured and expressive way to build logical markup. The post Building a Form in PHP Using DOMDocument appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter

Making Disabled Buttons More Inclusive


Let’s talk about disabled buttons. Specifically, let’s get into why we use them and how we can do better than the traditional disabled attribute in HTML (e.g. <button disabled> ) to mark a button as disabled. There are lots of … The post Making Disabled Buttons More Inclusive...

16px or Larger Text Prevents iOS Form Zoom


This was a great “Today I Learned” for me from Josh W. Comeau. If the font-size of an <input> is 16px or larger, Safari on iOS will focus into the input normally. But as soon as the font-size is … The post 16px or Larger Text Prevents iOS Form Zoom appeared first...

Creating an Editable Textarea That Supports Syntax-Highlighted Code


When I was working on a project that needed an editor component for source code, I really wanted a way to have that editor highlight the syntax its typed. There are projects like this, like CodeMirror, Ace, and … The post Creating an Editable Textarea That Supports Syntax-Highlighted Code...

HTML Inputs and Labels: A Love Story


Most inputs have something in common — they are happiest with a companion label! And the happiness doesn’t stop there. Forms with proper inputs and labels are much easier for people to use and that makes people happy too. A… The post HTML Inputs and Labels: A Love Story appeared first...

Creating Custom Form Controls with ElementInternals


Ever since the dawn of time, humanity has dreamed of having more control over form elements. OK, I might be overselling it a tiny bit, but creating or customizing form components has been a holy grail of front-end web development … The post Creating Custom Form Controls with ElementInternals...

Make Your Own Tools


Spencer Miskoviak on the Wealthfront blog: By creating custom DevTools specific to an app, they can operate at an even higher abstraction to handle things like user interactions, or debugging tracking events. While this requires building and maintaining the … The post Make Your Own Tools...

“Yes or No?”


Sara Soueidan digs into this HTML/UX situation. “Yes” or “no” is a boolean situation. A checkbox represents this: it’s either on or off (uh, mostly). But is a checkbox always the best UX? It depends, of course: Use radio buttons if you expect the answer to be equally...

How to Add Text in Borders Using Basic HTML Elements


Some HTML elements come with preset designs, like the inconveniently small squares of <input type="checkbox"> elements, the limited-color bars of <meter> elements, and the “something about them bothers me” arrows of the <details> elements. We can style them to match...

Form design


A very digestable guide from Geri Reid on building forms. Not the code, but the design and UX principles that should guide the code. Working on a design system for a bank has taught [me] a lot about forms. I’ve watched testing in our labs. I’ve worked alongside experts from specialist...

Striking a Balance Between Native and Custom Select Elements


Here’s the plan! We’re going to build a styled select element. Not just the outside, but the inside too. Total styling control. Plus we’re going to make it accessible. We’re not going to try to replicate everything that the browser does by default with a native <select> element. We’re going...

Unprefixed `appearance `


It’s interesting how third-parties are sometimes super involved in pushing browser things forward. One big story there was how Bloomberg hired Igalia to implement CSS grid across the browsers. Here’s another story of Bocoup doing that, this time for the appearance property. The story...

Using Formik to Handle Forms in React


There is no doubt that web forms play an integral role in our web site or applications. By default, they provide a useful set of elements and features — from legends and fieldsets to native validation and states — but they only get us so far when we start to consider the peculiarities of using...

Auto-Growing Inputs & Textareas


By default, <input> and <textarea> elements don't change size based on the content they contain. In fact, there isn't any simple HTML or CSS way to make them do that. Kinda funny, as that seems like a reasonable use-case. But of course, there are ways, my friend. There are always...

Custom Styling Form Inputs With Modern CSS Features


It’s entirely possible to build custom checkboxes, radio buttons, and toggle switches these days, while staying semantic and accessible. We don’t even need a single line of JavaScript or extra HTML elements! It’s actually gotten easier lately than it has been in the past. Let’s take a look. Here’s...

Wufoo Cracks the Code for Forms So You Don’t Have To


There was a lot of buzz about forms last week when Jason Grisby pointed to a missing pattern attribute on Chipotle's order form that could have been used to help-through millions of dollars in orders. Adrian Roselli followed that up with the common mistake of forgetting for and id attributes...

Paperform


Buy or build is a classic debate in technology. Building things yourself might feel less expensive because there is no line item on your credit card bill, but has cost in the form of time. Buying things, believe it or not, is usually less expensive when it comes to technology that isn't your core...

A Comparison of Static Form Providers


Let’s attempt to coin a term here: "Static Form Provider." You bring your HTML <form>, but don’t worry about the back-end processing that makes it work. There are a lot of these services out there! Static Form Providers do all tasks like validating, storing, sending notifications,...

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