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Part: II Static Web Page Development > Working with HTML Forms

Chapter 9. Working with HTML Forms

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If you've used websites such as Amazon, Yahoo, Google, MSN, ETrade Financial, and eBay, chances are you've used and interacted with forms and may or may not have even known it. Forms are everywhere on the web, and once you know what to look for, they're hard to ignore. Furthermore, they push development to a higher level and begin an interaction with the client or end user. Whether it's through registration forms, mailing lists, site searches, or online ordering, forms facilitate interaction between us as developers and our end users. Forms allow us to be “connected” with our end users by serving as a stepping stone to a whole new medium known as Web Application Development. Covered with more detail in Part V, “Dynamic Web Page Development,” Web Application Development, an extremely broad and extensive topic, begins with forms.


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