Using CSS to lay out form structure


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Using CSS to lay out form structure

Often to control form layout, designers will resort to adding tables to their forms even when there is no semantic reason to utilize a table to display data. So to avoid this needless markup, you should use CSS to control all form layout presentation and leave your form markup as logical as possible. So in this exercise we will tackle two problems most designers face when dealing with form layout. Lining up text input boxes and labels and creating multi-column checkboxes or radio button groups. So, again if you are working along with me, we are still in the contact.htm file and we are about to do a few more stylistic elements here to our forms.

It's a common practice for most people to actually select the text input field and go down to the Property inspector and insert a character width and a maximum amount of characters and there is nothing wrong with doing it that way. As a matter of fact you can go ahead and insert a maximum number of characters if you want for this. Let's ...

Using CSS to lay out form structure
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Using CSS to lay out form structure provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics

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