After a lot of theory and examples on what not to do, today we’re finally going to put our hands on some codes, seeing how to create an accessible form and with a standard code. In most cases, in fact, the forms we find around don’t respect the accessibility rules regarding keyboard commands and they are usually paginated inside tables: it seems that even the most brilliant web designer in front of a form has a sort of block that inevitably forces him to imprison the innocent input fields inside useless and irritating cells. Yet it’s possible, with much less codes and a couple of lines of CSS, to have a form without tables, accessible, standard, and if wanted also appealing… let’s see how!