Posts Tagged ‘form’

HTML5 One Time Submit

One of HTML5’s coolest features in my opinion is that forms are easier to build. Things like required, autocomplete, pattern make it much easier to create an intuitive form without having to jump through hoops and repeating efforts to do some basic form validation. The one thing that I still see as missing is a […]

Make Login Pages Autofocus

I see this way too often and it gets on my nerves. If you have a page that’s main purpose is a form, such as a login page, please make the page autofocus to the first field in the form. Having to tab or click on the first field is a nuisance. Even big sites […]

Common Application Bugs

There’s a curious article in the NY Times about the Common Application‘s technical glitches. The Common Application is a uniform way of filling out one application to apply to many colleges, as opposed to filling out an application for each individual college. As a web developer, this struck me as particularly odd: As it turns […]

Midas in forms

I’m working on a new Content Management system for MacVillage.net. To enhance it’s capabilities, I am turning to Midas. A perfect time to give a little edge to Mozilla users 🙂 I’ve been looking into this some info a bit. Sadly, there isn’t a ton of good documentation on it for a webmaster right now. […]