This article was first published in 2006, then re-edited in 2011 — and it’s still one of our most popular posts. If you’re keen to learn more about styling HTML email campaigns, head to our recent post on creating email signatures . HTML email newsletters have come a long way since this article was first published back in 2006. HTML email is still a very successful communications medium for both publishers and readers. Publishers can track rates for email opens, forwards, and clickthroughs, and thereby can measure reader interest in products and topics; readers are presented with information that’s laid out like a web page, in a way that’s more visually appealing, and much easier to scan and navigate, than plain text email.
Des formulaires plus simples (Introduction)
January 22, 2005 by Luke Wroblewski “Input elements should be organized in logical groups so that your brain can process the form layout in chunks of related fields.” – HTML: the Definitive Guide Quite rare is the Web application that doesn’t make extensive use of forms for data input and configuration. Web Application Form Design
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