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  1. Hello all, I want to use this button design: http://www.w3schools.com/w3css/tryit.asp?filename=tryw3css_demo_buttons I'm making a web page that is essentially a form, with a submit button at the bottom. However, I want this button to either be hidden until all form entries are filled out, or the button disabled from being clicked on until all form entries are filled out. I prefer the latter portion, where the button is disabled (link shows the disabled button above). Can someone assist? Is this something I have to implement with JavaScript? I was thinking of an if statement that goes through every form entry or a loop that iterates through every form entry and if it is filled out, it will display the clickable submit button. Thanks!
  2. Thank you for mentioning this. I'm a little sad now that it has been removed Will it be gone indefinitely, or is it being fixed and will be back as soon as it's ready?
  3. The main W3.CSS website also reflects this issue. Any idea what may be causing this? Thanks!
  4. Nope, and it also reflects on the official w3.css page as well: http://www.w3schools.com/w3css/w3css_demo.asp If you go down to where it showcases forms, the text is red and the input field doesn't animate like it use to.
  5. So I've been using the forms from W3.CSS and I noticed it isn't animating the same it did last week. The issue started happening yesterday for me. Now if you use the W3.CSS form, it fields don't animate or pop out like they normally use to. Any suggestions what happened? I thought initially it was just my computer but I've sent it to multiple machines and all reported the same issue.
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