In this session, you’ll learn the correct way to write the HTML for a form to make sure it is accessible, understandable, and shows up correctly in the browser. You’ll learn how to validate form data and provide useful error messages. You’ll see some tricks for using CSS to make your forms look great on the screen. And you’ll find out what you need to do to make sure your forms work correctly and are easy to use on mobile devices.
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