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Part: II Web Page Text > Creating HTML Forms

Hour 7. Creating HTML Forms

Up to this point, everything in this book has focused on getting information to others. (Email links, introduced in Hour 6, “Advanced Text Formatting and Links,” are the one exception.) But HTML is a two-way street; you can use your Web pages to gather information from the people who read them as well.

Web forms enable you to receive feedback, orders, and other information from your Web page's readers. If you've ever used a Web search engine such as HotBot or Yahoo!, you're familiar with HTML forms. Product order forms are also an extremely popular use of forms.

This hour shows you how to create your own forms and the basics of how to handle form submissions.

An HTML form is part of a Web page that includes areas where readers can enter information to be sent back to you, the publisher of the Web page.



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