Published on April 5, 2017 by Quentin Watt

This tutorial will cover some input elements new to HTML5, and talk a little bit about browser compatibility.

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12 Comments on "HTML5 and CSS3 beginner tutorial 39 – Other input elements"

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The Web Master
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The Web Master
7 months 13 days ago

For some reason when I refresh the page, it goes straight to the login.php file and I can't click the submit button to go there. Here's my code:<!DOCTYPE html><html><head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title> Page </title></head><body> <form action="login.php" method="post"> <input type="file" name="file_upload"> <input type="button" value="Submit"> </form></body></html>

Jesse McElroy
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Jesse McElroy
7 months 30 days ago

The attributes to the input tag being treated differently in different browsers is very interesting I would imagine a lot of new business owners are not being told this buy whoever is building their new website.

Sharky P
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Sharky P
9 months 10 days ago

have gone through your entire HTML5 series. Those birds will not leave you alone. LOL

wahaj sheikh
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wahaj sheikh
10 months 15 days ago

great tutorials can make a video about flex boxes

KH
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KH
10 months 15 days ago

What extension do you have, that shows all the icons in the address bar (Apache, PHP, Python etc.)?

Up4lIFe
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Up4lIFe
10 months 16 days ago

When u select a word u can press command + d to select where the word appears the next time!

ZeemanLive
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ZeemanLive
9 months 29 days ago

seriously great tip. can help save a lot of time

Up4lIFe
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Up4lIFe
10 months 15 days ago

np np :]

Quentin Watt Tutorials
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Quentin Watt Tutorials
10 months 16 days ago

thank you. that's a handy tip. 🙂

Hullio GQ
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Hullio GQ
10 months 16 days ago

Thank you, Quentin!

beddiar elhouari
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beddiar elhouari
10 months 16 days ago

Thank you …

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Quentin Watt Tutorials
10 months 16 days ago

Thank you :p

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