Fine-tuning Your forms

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

Looking over the schedule, I just realized that because of the additional post-session class, my flight back to Portland leaves on Thursday. I left a message on my machine that I would be back to work on Thursday. Someone from work want to drop me line about how to update my message remotely???

Michael Adams – University of N. Colorado

Ah, my first presentation from the TPR (Technical: Propeller hats Required). It started out really strong with a promise of advanced form design via XHTML and CSS. As many a web monkey know, styles on input elements and form fields don’t hold up well from browser to browser. As the session went on, it turned more toward semantic layout instead of presentation style. Still, I did learn about the advantages of nesting fieldsets.

3 Responses to “Fine-tuning Your forms”

  1. Karen Says:

    Hi Gabe,
    Save that info on forms. I had a scare yesterday when I thought I’d over-written that Property/Injury form. Thankfully, I’d already migrated it to public site. phew!
    But hey, I thought we tried nesting fieldsets and that it didn’t validate. hmm….
    Sounds like you are having a great time and networking well. Way to go! Can’t wait to hear all about it.

  2. Luis Says:

    Just call yourself. When listening to the message, hit the “#” and follow instructions to get in. When in, 4 for greeting and then I believe 6 ro record.

  3. gabriel.mcgovern Says:

    Thanks Luis!

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