I got into a conversation about LABELs and INPUTs being put into an unordered list. I thought the idea was a bit nutty myself. Is there any logical/semantical sense to using LIs to surround LABELS/INPUT pairs?
Hi Verschwindende, I remember
I remember long ago looking at this and even looking at DL's as containers for form elements, which I think may be more semantically correct then UL.
Really form elements have enough semantic meaning on their own and gain nothing from their containers. So I think the common practice of using DIV's to help layout forms is the best way to go.
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Thanks Tony! Yeah, that's
Yeah, that's what I'm thinking. Actually, I rarely even use DIVs.
The most I'll ever use
The most I'll ever use outside of the available form elements such as fieldset tends to be paragraph tags to wrap label/input pairs just for a little extra control, but in all honesty they're not that necessary or could be divs equally.