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HTML5 input types email, number and URL

by romeo.sulzer on 12 Jan 2014 20:29 | 1581 Hits | 6 comment(s)

In times of HTML5 and for better mobile compatibility, please add the following input field types:

email
number
URL

For more info, refer to this article:
http://www.bennadel.com/blog/1721-Default-To-The-Numeric-Email-And-URL-Keyboards-On-The-iPhone.htm





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Octavian Cinciu - 18.03.2016 (09:58:22)

email, tel, number, range and url HTML5 input types have been added in RSForm! Pro v1.51.11.

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Alexandru Plapana - 04.01.2016 (03:06:18)

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I believe all new html5 fields should be available and the user could have the option to select.
"Protecting " RSform users because not all browsers support html5 is not a reason.
I want to build a html5 form using the new input types and I don't care at all for old browsers. What are my options with RS Form?

There are some scripting options that can be used via the Scripts called on form display area. You should submit a support ticket as our staff members can point you in the right direction with this.

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John - 30.12.2015 (08:10:52)

I believe all new html5 fields should be available and the user could have the option to select.
"Protecting " RSform users because not all browsers support html5 is not a reason.
I want to build a html5 form using the new input types and I don't care at all for old browsers. What are my options with RS Form?

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Bloggerschmidt - 31.03.2015 (06:09:57)
type=\"text\" is fallback

If a browser doesn’t support a given type, it will be rendered as a text field. So, don't worry about browser compatibility.

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Alexandru Plapana - 25.06.2014 (07:42:56)

We would love to add the new HTML5 input types. But what about browser compatibility ? I am guessing that you are aware that not all browsers provide support for such elements.
A complete list (and compatibility) is provided here:

http://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_form_input_types.asp

...not to mention compatibility with older browser versions.
What would you do if your users are using outdated browsers or simply one that does not provide support for your HTML5 elements ?

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Glöckle direct GmbH - 25.06.2014 (07:27:24)
Absolutely

This really is a missing feature in the year 2014!

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