database is optimized for flexibility rather than speed with many
joins and the server is not much of a machine and can be very slow
means I would like to consider if I can load the form in pieces via
AJAX. My question is does that violate any of the rules for forms and
tables ? The table is inside the form and each form field is a table
cell. If the form and table doesn't completely load but increases in
size as each AJAX call builds it up, that seems like it would help the
problem of the slow load, but I am not sure if I would break any HTML
rules involving tables or forms doing it that way ? I seem to
encounter these types of problems from time to time, but then I forget
which thing it was after a while that the rule was about and I
possibly get confused thinking the restriction is something different
from what it really was. Maybe there is a good cheat sheet on what's
not allowed in HTML and the common mistakes along those lines ?
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