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Chapter 27. Understanding the Form Object > Structure of the Form Object

Structure of the Form Object

In Chapter 11, "Interacting with the User," I showed you two ways to get feedback from a site visitor: the confirm() and prompt() methods. These are valuable tools, to be sure, but the feedback they generate is limited and they're far too primitive to form the core of even the most basic Web site user interface. No, if an interactive interface is what your site needs, then you need more sophisticated tools, as you've seen in a couple of places in the book already:

  • When I showed you how to set up a protected page that required both a user name and a password, I provided text boxes to enter that data.


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