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Going Further1:20 with Nick Pettit
We have learned about lots of HTML form elements, but what if you want to learn more? Here’s a few challenges for you.
If you'd like to learn more, be sure to check out the Mozilla Developer Network guide for HTML forms and browse their documentation.
We've learned about lots of HTML form elements,
but what if you want to learn more?
Well, here's a few challenges for you.
First, be sure to check the notes and read the documentation for HTML forms.
We've covered the essentials, but this is a very in-depth topic.
Don't worry about memorizing everything
because almost no professional web developer
can name every attribute or type on say, the input element.
What's more important than memorization is learning how to
look up things in the documentation when you need them.
Here's another challenge.
Remember when I said you could remove the CSS for this project?
Well, try adding your own CSS to make this form look the way you want it to look.
In this course we just focused on the HTML, but styling form
elements can be a little bit
more challenging than your typical HTML element.
They don't always behave the way you
think they will, especially across different browsers.
And here's one final challenge: if you decide to
move onto a server side language like PHP, Ruby
or Python, try revisiting this project and see if
you can make this form actually submit to a database.
It'll take a lot more learning, but you've already made
it this far so I am sure you can do it.
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