When EForm shows the form, all text fields have a "/" in them. It’s not in text areas.
Does anybody have a clue what could cause this?
Can you post the output. input and textarea have a / in them for XHTML
<input name="" />
Yeah, I’m using HTML 5 these days, and that peeves me a bit. Fortunately HTML 5 validates either with or without the extra slash.
So how do you like HTML 5?
Is it working ok in IE 6 7 8?
I’m planning the switch myself using html5.js + jquery + LESS(for CSS).
I have no idea how it’s doing with IE of any flavor. Right now I don’t have access to any IEs. But so far I haven’t done anything unusual; I’m just using the elements more for the semantic structure than anything else. A bit of canvas eye candy here and there. I do like having my target="_blank" and other useful attributes be validated.
By the time I’ve got a new machine and can run IE I’ll be familiar with it, and it will be easier to start working with the more exotic features. I’m sure my fancy CSS 3 styling isn’t working at all on IE, but I do try to make things so that they will be reasonably acceptable even without rounded corners, canvas gradients, and shadows.
Well, it is supposed to have that, since there are a number of types of input fields (radio, checkbox, submit, reset).