Contents Ch. 10


Strictly Pro Forma: Using Forms for Feedback

What HTML Forms Are For

Living Within Your Forms Limitations

Beware of browser!
Sorry, servers...

What's in a Form?

Forms involve two-way communication
Tag! You're a form...

Using Form Tags

Setting the <FORM> environment
There's no rhythm to METHOD
Lights, camera...ACTION
Let's make an assumption...
Knowing what's (in)coming: the <INPUT> tags
TYPE-casting still works!
Other <INPUT> attributes
A TEXT-oriented <INPUT> example
Being <SELECT>ive
<TEXTAREA> lets users wax eloquent... or profane!

Formulating Good Attitudes


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