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HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook by Benjamin LaGrone

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Creating a glowing "submit" button with the event listener

Working with forms is often an overlooked aspect of most web design topics, even more so, responsive web design. Often non-transactional pages do not use forms beyond the simple Contact Us page, therefore the form design is often an afterthought. However, in the realm of transactional e-commerce and Software as a Service industries, forms are the most important elements the user interacts with. In this world, responsive design is more than just responsive layouts and images, it includes thoughtful interaction. In this recipe we can imagine a scenario where a user is at the end of a form process and is ready to submit the form.

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