3. Making Forms Pop

Visitors to your Web site are not limited to interacting with basic events like clicks and hovers. You may want to give your users ways to provide information via fill-in-the-blank style forms. As a guardian of accurate data, you want to ensure that your users give you appropriate information by guiding them through the form-completion process (validation). As a designer, you want the form to be intuitive and easy to use. As a developer, you want to use the tools and events made available to you by jQuery to help your inner data guardian and designer create effective, high-quality forms.

In this chapter you’ll work with the forms that have been developed for the Photographer’s Exchange Web site and add jQuery’s form events ...

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