I know that IE handles “buttons” differently ( which essentially forces one to code the same text as value if one is to insure cross browser compatibility) But that aside, what is the best tag to use for a from button <input> or <button>?
If it’s <input> WHAT PURPOSE does the <button> tag ever serve?
Also, what is the better coding practice with regards to <label> ; do you wrap the label around the input tag ( <label for=“address”>Address:<input name='address"></label>) or code them side by side (<label for=“address”>Address:</label><input name='address">)
In addition the BUTTON element, e.g. submit button, reset button, or push button may have content such as an image or emphasis as was previously mentioned it’s basically richer.
With LABEL one power of the FOR attribute is basically regarding distance from the actual input, for example additional tags may occur that separate it somewhere else on the page but it gets linked via an ID.