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Build nice HTML forms

Saturday, November 30th, 2019 by Helge

Building forms for your website may be a trivial task for many developers, but if you’re not so much into HTML yet, then it might be quite a challenge. Also, you may simply find it nicer to build them with a WYSIWY editor. It’s easier and nicer than coding HTML by hand.

Check out JotForm to boost your forms for your website:

“There was a time once when creating web forms was a big pain for webmasters. Then came JotForm, first web based WYSIWYG form builder, and turned into a joy. Today JotForm has over 750,000 users.
JotForm is a free web form builder. For basic usage, upto 100 submissions/month, you can use JotForm fully. No crippleware. No ads. Just what you need.
When you need to create forms quickly, JotForm is your best friend. We don’t waste your time with things like registration. Just point your browser to, create your form and post it on your web site. Literally in minutes!”

HTML5 form elements

If you want to go all the way, you may also choose to learn to write your own form code. Check out W3 Schools excellent tutorials on HTML5 form elements here.

HTML5 input types are not supported by all browsers yet, but it’s amazing to learn to get and understanding of what the future of web development brings along.

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Categories: Guides & Tutorials
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