Learn how the CSS :has() pseudo-class can improve HTML forms through validation hints, conditional content, fancier designs, and more.
Learn how to make HTML images better for users with responsive sizes and modern formats without making your life as a developer much harder.
You may be familiar with using devtools to modify a website's HTML. In this blog post, I'll show you two more ways: contenteditable and designMode.
The HTML capture attribute is interesting because it allows you to activate a user's camera with just HTML. This article covers it in more depth.
Ignoring progressive enhancement could be seriously hurting your conversions. This article will show you how to build resilience into your apps.
This article explores the world of SVG favicons. We cover adding them to HTML, using emojis, inlining them as data URIs, supporting dark mode, and animations.
This article covers security aspects to consider when creating forms for the web. We'll be applying security principles for the frontend, backend, DNS and more.
After semantics, accessibility, and styling HTML forms, it's time to consider user experience. This article covers man do's and don'ts around UX for HTML forms.