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The article from noupe.com provides the reader with 10 useful and practical ideas for using AJAX (don’t know what’s that yet?) After the “Ajaxian Revolution”, many sites started to AJAX almost without thinking. They were trying to squeeze AJAX into whatever they think was possible. This lead to memory leaks, security holes, and made them look like ***holes (even though I censored my badmouth, people can still get what I am saying. See RIAA and the homeez, you can NEVER censor the Internet!). So here are the 10 practical uses for AJAX:
- Login Forms
- Voting and Rating
- Updating With User Content
- Form Submission & Validation
- Chat Rooms And Instant Messaging
- Slicker UIs
- External Widgets
- Lightboxes instead of pop-ups
- Using AJAX With Flash
I was just thinking…the #10 usage seems pretty cool. We all know how Flash revolutionized the Internet and we also know how AJAX is revolutionizing the web today, and now if you think about mashing up these two mammoths of web, you can create a monolith!
This article for advanced CSS user is written by author Roger Johansson of 456bereastreet explains in detail about styling various form controls. It includes images of those controls in different browsers as well as different OS.
Author Nick Rigby explains the importance of making an accessible form in this A List Apart article (No.218). He discusses styling forms as well as marking up the form with <fieldset> and <legend> elements to make it more accessible.