Please elaborate. I’ve just went to the example site on Safari v11.0 (macOS High Sierra v10.13) and was able to fill out the fields without issue. Entering text removed the placeholder text as expected.
When submitted I was asked to correct the e-mail field (which I had filled with ‘test’). Once that was corrected the submit button functioned as expected.
I can’t speak to the iPhone 5 but I just tested it on an iPhone 6S and again… operates as expected. Touch-input isn’t inhibited by the form design. The only difference I see between iOS Safari and macOS Safari is that on the mobile version there is a box shadow at the top of all of your inputs.
And honestly… that actually makes the input area more defined on mobile so I consider it a ‘bonus’ instead of a bug ;)
… could it be a UX issue and not an issue with browser support? These styles deviate pretty significantly from what people typically identify as a form. Could they simply look at the bolded “Name *” and assume this is a label and not an input field?
Actually i forgot to reset Safari form fields style))
Right now it should all displayed as it i want it to
Not really a UX problem i’m pretty sure it’s maybe old Safari vers or so
Safari=IE for me personaly