Archive for the 'Form' Category



The HTML specifications for forms suggests using a <fieldset> with <legend> to define similar items within a form. Normally this is used to combine the forms into large chunks, for instance the billing address, credit card information, and personal information. It’s also useful for combining radio and checkbox sets. Typically, we associate a form input […]

ARIA landmarks allow developers to associate structural significance to web page elements. Common landmarks define navigation, header, the main content, and the page’s footer. It’s also possible to define more specific subelements, such as a search form. This page will test the use of role=”form” to define multiple forms on a single page. While this […]

Yahoo! makes it easy to create an accessible, handsome tabbed interface. I used their Tab View library to create the tabbed search form for V3GGIE.com. While Tab View can create the tabbed content dynamically, I’m using it to hide/show hard-coded individual forms. Update: I’ve removed the tabbed interface from V3GGIE.com. This particular use of the […]

I’m working on a basic search form and the visual design requires a graphic button instead of the browser-generated input. I’m using the button tag instead of an input type=”submit”. While putting the page together, I had a nagging issue with the button not aligning with the label and input. I tried various combinations of […]

Microsoft has just announced IE7 will handle the select input as a modern browser should. It will now allow developers to use z-index to avoid overlapping and perhaps more artistic forms. Søren Madsen put together the utopia of form design, something every designer should look at and dream of possibilities. SELECT element in IE7 – […]




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