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Chapter 8. Forms

Chapter 8. Forms

Forms are used to allow the visitor to send information back to the server to be processed. Yet HTML forms seem to have benefited little from the great advances made in browser technologies. By and large, this is probably because they are easy to use and set up, and many Web visitors have become comfortable with their appearance on the page.

However, we can not only control the appearance of forms (text fields, select boxes, buttons, checkboxes, radio buttons) using CSS, but we can greatly enhance their functionality using DHTML:


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