Learn how the radio and checkbox input types and the select element work, and when each should be used.
- [Instructor] Besides typing in data,…there are times when you want to have the user select…between multiple options.…The most common ways to do this are using radio buttons,…check boxes, or a select menu,…which is commonly called a dropdown menu.…The two at the top are our radio button input…and check box input.…They look very much the same.…The only difference between them,…with a radio button,…the user can only select one of the options,…while with check boxes,…the user can select more than one option.…Below that is a select menu.…
This is a dropdown where you can only choose one option.…And below that is also a select menu,…but it's set to allow you to choose more than one option.…You can choose more than one by using command-click…on your Mac, or control-click on your Windows computer.…To choose between these options,…it is often best to go with a radio button…or check box input because then…the user can see all of the available options at one time,…and they only have to click once to make a selection,…whereas with a dropdown menu,…
- How users interact with forms
- Designing forms that are easy to use
- Following data privacy laws when collecting information
- Choosing which HTML input types to use
- Adding buttons
- Adding interactive validation
- Styling form fields with CSS
- Using positioning and flexbox to create responsive form layouts
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Designing a Form Experience
2. Creating Forms with HTML
3. Making Forms Interactive
4. Styling Form Fields with CSS
5. Form Layout with CSS
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