I am upgrading my website to adopt HTML5 standard. I have a field that only accepts integers from 0-99. Originally it has the following code: <input name='age' type='text' size=2 maxlength=2> ...
This is my first UX question and Im a noob to UX and this forum so please let me know if you require more detail... I'm designing a responsive order form, which has a range slider for quickly picking ...
I considered a skeuomorph using yellow paper with lines but it seemed tacky and didn't fit the overall design of the page. The textarea fills an entire "panel" on the page just like other panels of ...
I am building a form for Mobile Web that requires users to enter in their DOB. I'm interested in how it is presented across different mobile OSes and browsers as I understand support is patchy. Is ...
When using the placeholder attribute in HTML5 has there been any research into how the content of the placeholder affects the usability of the form? I'm thinking specifically about using the ...
I'm writing a small task tracking webapp for intranet use by about 20 people of varying technical skill (from clerical to developer). I was hoping to be able to rely almost entirely on HTML5 form ...
HTML5 (the new version of html) has a number of new features, and one of those features is that there is a new type of input that is basically the same as the normal input field (like the one you use ...