is the future of online forms as envisioned by the W3C. Drawing on other W3C standards like XML Schema
, and XML Events
, XForms tries to address some of the limitations with the current HTML
forms model. Other strengths that XForms brings to the table is the separation of data from presentation, strong data typing, the ability to submit XML
data to servers instead of name/value pairs, and a descriptive way to author forms so that they can be displayed by a wide variety of devices. XForms is a W3C specification
- Troubleshooting tips for XForms
- A small collection of tips for troubleshooting common problems with XForms forms.
- Mozilla XForms specials
- Explains where, and how, Mozilla XForms deviates or extends the XForms 1.0 specification.
- XForms custom controls
- Custom controls lets the form author "skin" each XForms control through XBL, and create f.x. an SVG
- XForms user preferences
- A description of the
about:config variables that XForms uses.
- XForms API reference
- XForms interfaces documentation.
- XForms UI Elements reference
- XForms user interface elements documentation.
- Extensions, HTML, XHTML, XML, XPath
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