Tag Archives : HTML October 2013

  • Customizing Select Menus

    Web forms are bottom-line the bread and butter of the Web. They allow us to send and input information pertaining to a number of factors revolving around our interests/needs/wants. When it comes to styling inputs (and in particular styling custom select menus) some have argued that styling custom select menus are obnoxious and distract a user from what they’re normally accustomed to. I would disagree with that last statement and think it really involves customizing a select menu in a way that can be distinguished and understood logically. Lets take a look at customizing a select menu and then examine a possibility I’d like to see readily available to authors. Read More →

  • WTF Boolean Attribute: How to use the required attribute in HTML

    Reading specs is hard. There I said it, but it’s not like it hasn’t been said before by the bajillion other developers out there and today is no different for me. I’ve been doing some writing lately that requires me to conduct research within the actual documentation which brings our work to life. It’s also the content we search heavily for on blogs that help interpret it for us to digest. Read More →