1. Form error messages

    Written by on October 16, 2005 in Design, Development

    Use absolute positioning to visually place error messages after the form control they are associated with while keeping them as part of the form control’s label.

  2. Required form fields

    Written by on October 10, 2005 in Development, Top posts

    Use a separate fieldset for required fields, or denote them with an asterisk that is visually placed to the right of the input control using absolute positioning but is part of the label.

  3. Search form layout

    Written by on in Design, Development

    Use absolute positioning and a more logical source order to make forms with optional fields more usable to keyboard users and those using screen readers.

  4. Search results page layout

    Written by on in Design

    Use absolute positioning and a more logical source order to make forms with optional fields more usable to keyboard users and those using screen readers.