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Bruce Lawson
ONE OF THE problems with HTML 4 forms is that they're
just dumb fields. Validation is required on the server, of
course, but you have to duplicate it in the user's browser
with JavaScript to give them the seamless experience they
deserve. Given that almost every Web page has some kind
of form—search, comments forms, sign-up, etc.—wouldn't it
be great if browsers had built-in validation for some of the
most common data types that we collect?
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