An expanding text area is a multi-line text input field that expands in height to fit its contents. This UI element is commonly found in both desktop and mobile applications, such as the SMS composition field on the iPhone. Examples can also be found on the web, including on Facebook, where it’s used extensively. It’s a good choice wherever you don’t know how much text the user will write and you want to keep the layout compact; as such, it’s especially useful on interfaces targeted at smartphones. <img src="M70o93H7pQ09L8X1t49cHY01Z5j4TT91fGfr" alt="">
Let me start by saying that HTML5 and CSS3 are two different things. Secondly HTML5 is still just HTML and CSS3 is still just CSS. I’ve been noticing that people are confusing these two specifications with each other and making it more complicated then it is. HTML5 is a set of new specifications added to already existing HTML specifications, plain and simple.
You are here: Home Dive Into HTML5 show table of contents Diving In Everybody knows about web forms, right? Make a <form> , a few <input type="text"> elements, maybe an <input type="password"> , finish it off with an <input type="submit"> button, and you’re done. You don’t know the half of it.
Par Anthony T Il existe plusieurs manières de disposer les labels sur les formulaires. En général, les designers web les placent soit au‑dessus, soit à gauche des zones de texte. Mais jusqu’à récemment, personne ne pensait à les insérer à l’intérieur. On commence à rencontrer de plus en plus fréquemment des formulaires de ce genre. Plus ils gagnent en popularité, plus les designers web auront tendance à les utiliser.