Category - HTML5
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Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to build a Bootstrap HTML5 Registration (Signup) Form and perform validations using the numerous HTML5 in-built validations such as:

Required – Implemented using the HTML5 required attribute.
Email – Implemented using the HTML INPUT Email TextBox.
Password Strength (Password Policy) – Implemented using the HTML5 pattern attribute and Regular Expressions.
Compare Passwords – Implemented with the help of HTML5 and JavaScript.

The source code is attached at the end of article.
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to perform validations using HTML5. HTML5 provides numerous in-built validations such as:

Required – Implemented using the HTML5 required attribute.
Email – Implemented using the HTML INPUT Email TextBox.
Password Strength (Password Policy) – Implemented using the HTML5 pattern attribute and Regular Expressions.
Compare Passwords – Implemented with the help of HTML5 and JavaScript.
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to upload multiple files with Progress Bar using AngularJS and AJAX in ASP.Net using C# and VB.Net.

Multiple files such as Image, PDF, Word, Excel, etc. and also large Music and Video files such as MP3 and MP4 will be easily uploaded with Progress Bar using AngularJS and AJAX in ASP.Net.

This article makes use the ngFileUpload AngularJS directive which makes use of Generic HTTP Handlers for uploading files using AngularJS and AJAX in ASP.Net.
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to hide (remove) Placeholder in HTML5 TextBox on focus using CSS, JavaScript and jQuery.

The HTML5 Placeholder attribute does hide (gets removed) on focus in Internet Explorer (IE) by default but it does not hide (gets removed) on focus in FireFox and Chrome and hence this article will explain how to hide (remove) Placeholder in HTML5 TextBox using CSS, JavaScript and jQuery.
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to use HttpPostedFileBase for uploading multiple files using HTML5 in ASP.Net MVC 5.

HTML5 has provided an additional feature to select and upload multiple files and the same will be used along with ASP.Net MVC.
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