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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.
Here you will find my small graffiti board where I write about
things I come to think about.
In my blog, I write about the general unfairness of life, about spam
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Cutting edge technology
Published: Thursday 2004-06-10.
I have now started using
Web Forms 2.0
on some of my pages, in the comment function for this blog and in the
for my “revised Swedish dictionary”.
Web Forms 2.0 is an extension to the forms from
which, among other things, makes it possible for the web browser to check
that the data entered is formatted correctly, something that you otherwise
The nice thing about Web Forms 2.0 is that they are completely backwards
compatible, in browsers without support for the extended attributes you get
regular text input fields, just like before.
Now all I have to do is to wait for a web browser to actually implement
support for this specification...