WHATWG Looking for Comments on First Draft of Web Forms 2
Sunday June 27th, 2004
Ian Hickson writes: "The WHATWG is looking for comments on the first stable draft of the Web Forms 2.0 specification. The Web Forms 2.0 specification addresses requests made for new features to be added to the Forms features in HTML4. New features include new input control types for dates, times, e-mail addresses, and numbers; a new client-side validation model; a way to mark input controls as required; a repetition model; control over form submission so that forms can be updated instead of causing the page to be replaced; and more. Comments should be sent to the WHATWG mailing list."
#21 Cross-browser Implementation of Repetition Model
Thursday January 18th, 2007 10:50 PM
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An open source cross-browser implementation of the WHATWG Web Forms 2.0 Repetition model is available: <http://code.google.com/p/repetitionmodel/>
A test suite has also been provided which tests the functionality of this and other implementations: <http://weston.ruter.net/p…petition-model/testsuite/>