jsRemember plugin saves form entries to local storage preventing loss of data on browser crashing. It will work with most common form elements such as
Supported browsers include IE6+, FF2+, Safari4+, Chrome4+, Android 2+, and Opera 10.5+.
In short, if you fill in a form and close the browser, when you come back again, your data will be still there. But when the page is submitted, all stored data is cleared.
It requires jStorage by Andris Reinman to work (included with the download package above).
Using the Code
And then, all you need to do is get free writing your HTML forms because
jsRemember doesn't depend on an element's name, ID, or CSS class to work. Just call it and you are done!
Text field: <input type="text" size="30">
See the online demo page here.
That's it! Hope this saves your time dealing with cookies, view state, or something. Enjoy!
Thanks for your time reading this.
Points of Interest
I have not tested it with the newer HTML5 input types. Anyways, it's easy to extend by using the right jQuery selectors. Please see the jQuery selectors API documentation here.
- 07-26-2013: Original tip.