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Part: IV Adding Interactivity to a Web Page > Designing Forms for User Feedback

Hour 12. Designing Forms for User Feedback

If you've surfed the Web much, you've probably filled out hundreds of forms. Some common uses of forms include submitting a comment or question via e-mail, making a contribution to an online discussion, or completing a purchase at an e-commerce site. All these activities require the Web site designer to create a form so that you can submit your information.

During this hour, you'll learn how to create a professional-looking form for your Web site that makes it convenient for your visitors to submit information, ask a question, or simply send you an e-mail. To learn this, you'll create a form that asks the visitor a few basic questions about himself and his computer.

In this hour, you learn about the following:

  • Understanding how forms work

  • Starting with a form container

  • Using a table to give structure to your form

  • Working with text entry fields

  • Creating check boxes and radio buttons

  • Adding pop-ups and list boxes to your form

  • Adding large text areas for comments to your form

  • Adding Submit and Reset buttons to your form

  • Making your form e-mail you the results


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