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Thread began 10/18/2011 2:06 pm by CraigR | Last modified 10/26/2011 12:11 pm by CraigR | 642 views | 5 replies

AlaskaTomBeta Tester

While I agree that we should be using css in favor of tables, some items (tabular data, like data assist lists) it is still valid to display them in tables.

Mostly however, I would like to see cleaner structure in the layout of forms. The forms generated by form builder, and security assist 2, while technically css forms, are even more bloated code wise than tables, with all sorts or wrapping and nested divs and span tags.

I would like to see something with cleaner code, and maybe have the code based on form lables, and inputs, perhaps putting elements in unordered lists.

I have a few times tried to edit a form generated by form builder by hand in code view, and quickly get lost in the excess divs and spans.

What do other folks think?


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