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I agree with what you are trying to do in spirit - but I think you may run into problems with the animation you're proposing. In addition to challenges relating to accessibility and mobile, tilting the label when the field becomes active obscures what is being requested of the user. The example below is taken from Yahoo's user signup form and demonstrates ...


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The 2 most popular ways of indicating misspelled text are to underline it with either red dotted line or red wavy line – the practice adopted by word processors and browsers. The easiest way is to set dotted underline: just apply border-bottom: dotted 1px red property to your <span> element. The implementation of wavy line is a way trickier: ...


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When designing an UI, it is better to go as standard as possible -- don't try to reinvent the wheel. Use things that the user is familiar with. Animations are a non-standard way to focus user's attention on a field, and may confuse the user which didn't expect it. Furthermore, either you go for an animation that shortly ends (and will not serve its ...



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