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HTML5 FORM?

As W3schools HTML5 has several new attributes for <.form> and <.input>. Filling out forms on the web has never been exactly fun, and it can be downright painful on a mobile device with its on-screen keyboard. But modern browsers help to make this much easier by providing new semantic input types and validation. When used properly, these features make it significantly easier for users to provide the information needed, increasing completion rates, and improving accuracy.

BROWSER SUPPORT

Currently, support for the new form and input elements is widespread on modern browsers, though there is often some difference in the way some pickers are displayed on the desktop. Mobile browsers are relatively consistent in showing the right keyboard depending on the input type selected.

TAG AND CODE

While client-side form validation is great for enhancing the user experience—fast, instant feedback to the user without making a round trip to the server—you will still need to validate any data submitted on the server, too. Let’s walk through an example of how we can validate a form using only the browser’s built-in validation. Take this simple booking form:

	   | <form action="" method="post">
		<fieldset>
	    <legend>Booking Details</legend>
		    <div>
		        <label for="name">Name (required):</label>
		        <input type="text" id="name" name="name" value="" aria-describedby="name-format">
		        <span id="name-format" class="help">Format: firstname lastname</span>
		    </div>
		    <div>
		        <label for="email">Email (required):</label>
		        <input type="text" id="email" name="email" value="">
		    </div>
		    <div>
		        <label>Website:</label>
		        <input type="text" id="website" name="website" value="">
		    </div>
		    <div>
		        <label for="numTickets"><abbr title="Number">No.</abbr> of Tickets (required):</label>
		        <input type="text" id="numTickets" name="numTickets" value="">
		    </div>
		    <div class="submit">
		        <input type="submit" value="Submit">
		    </div>
		</fieldset>
		</form>	|    
					

CSS ROLE FOR HTML 5 FORM

CSS plays very important role in creating forms in the HTML 5 website. Create CSS as the given code

.help {
		    display:none;
		    font-size:90%;
		}
		input:focus + .help {
		    display:inline-block;
		}
					

SUMMARY

This is just one example of creating the form and creating CSS for that form in HTML 5. There are many things like, submitting the form using PHP coding or javascript, Form, and field validation process which are very important things for it. otherwise, the form will not work.

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