Conclusion and next steps
Further resources to help you take your next steps.
Congratulations! You've made it to the end. So far, you've learned a lot about forms, and hopefully you feel more comfortable now building your own forms.
What's next? One of the best ways to learn is to try out what you've learned: implement an HTML form of your own. To continue to build your HTML forms knowledge, here are some additional resources to explore:
Additional resources #
- HTML forms guide on MDN
- Learn CSS
- WebAIM: Creating Accessible Forms
- Payment and address forms best practices
- Sign-up form best practices
- Sign-in form best practices
- Best Practices For Mobile Form Design
- OWASP Cheat Sheet series: best practices for privacy and security.
- NIST Identity Guidelines: US National Institute of Standards and Technology guidelines for passwords and other identity topics.
- 12 best practices for user account, authorization and password management: outlines core back-end principles for managing user accounts.
- Passwords Evolved: Authentication Guidance for the Modern Era: detailed password guidance from Troy Hunt, creator of haveibeenpwned.com,
- We Didn't Encrypt Your Password, We Hashed It. Here's What That Means: also from Troy Hunt — here he explains the difference between encryption and hashing.