The Best Way to Build HTML Forms: Styling
This is the latest series of articles on how to write HTML forms for the modern web. We’re going to look at some common form design patterns, some of the gotchas, and how to approach them with CSS. The Easier ones are the Moderate Ones, and the Difficult Ones are the most common needs you will have. The Difficult ones include the number input and the select input. These are elements that have their own browser-provided styles which are tricky to customize. The easiest way to style is to use an encoded background.
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