Have you ever felt like you’ve been a professional developer or designer forever, and somehow not known something basic, and borderline hate yourself? That’s me with a trick that was introduced to me by Miguel Piedrafita:
🔥 You can submit forms from a button outside of the form tag by using the form attribute pic.twitter.com/72pjoWu5Ll— Miguel Piedrafita 🚀 (@m1guelpf) November 22, 2020
To submit a form when the button isn’t a child of the parent form, you can use the
<form id="myForm"> <label for="email">Email:</label> <input type="email" name="email" placeholder="Email" /> </form> <!-- Submit button not in parent form! --> <button type="submit" form="myForm">Submit!</button>
I’m ashamed I didn’t know about this
form attribute. In that past I’ve executed CSS magic tricks to accomplish buttons displaying outside of their form area. Did you know about this attribute?!