Build a Better User Registration Page with jQuery

Lee Clontz
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In this video, produced by our sister company Learnable, you’ll learn the basics of jQuery UI by turning a site registration form into a multipart, tabbed interface that works great with mouse, keyboard or touch. You’ll learn how to properly format the form’s HTML properly for jQuery UI’s tabs, how to implement a unified theme for your UI widgets and how to use jQuery buttons to traverse the form as well as some basic validation.

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  • Michael Wong

    Seems that you can use more semantic fieldset markup for the form sections instead of divs.

  • Mohd. Mahabubul ALam

    If you haven’t done a lot with JavaScript before, this is a great place
    to step off. Web forms can really benefit from a little smart scripting,
    and here, Lee shows you how to use to j Query to add accessible, tabbed
    sections, and even a user agreement check box that needs to be checked
    before the form will be accepted. Useful stuff for most people here.