It also supports:
form validation (via "required" and "pattern" attributes)
the autofocus attribute (i.e. focusing on a particular form element onload)
the placeholder attribute (i.e. descriptive text of what should be in a form field)
the output tag (solves equations of form elements)
CSS styling of form validation states (simulates :invalid and :valid in unsupported browsers like IE9 and lower)
CSS styling of form elements that are not included in the CSS3 UI specification, but I think are useful for developers:
- .wf2_isBlank, .wf2_notBlank – these classes are applied to form field when a form element is blank/not blank repectively.
- .wf2_lostFocus -this class is applied to a form element when a form field loses focus.
- .wf2_submitAttempted – this class is applied to a tag when a form submission is attempted.
More information about how this works is available at:
Note that this package was originally released in 2010 as html5Widgets, and was renamed to a more accurate and descriptive name. Also note that the version of webforms2 that is included in this package does not include support for the depricated repetition module -- it will be put back in as a separate module at a later date.