3. Introduction to HTML5: Part 2
Form ever follows function.
I listen and give input only if somebody asks.
In this chapter you’ll:
• Build a form using the new HTML5
• Specify an
input element in a form as the one that should receive the focus by default.
• Use self-validating
• Specify temporary
placeholder text in various
autocomplete input elements that help users reenter text that they’ve previously entered in a form.
• Use a
datalist to specify a list of values that can be entered in an
input element and to autocomplete entries as the user types.
• Use HTML5’s new page-structure elements to delineate parts of a page, including headers, sections, figures, ...
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