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HTML Form Part IV – SUBMIT

formHTMLAll of your efforts in building a form to collect information will be usless, if the data is not sent to the server. This action is accomplished through a ‘submit button’ allowing the visitor to send their information to you.

This line of HTML code defines the INPUT as being submit where the text inside the quotes ( “submit“) will appear in the button.

Since computers don’t have erasers, you need to have a method for the visitor to correct, erase or delete their information if they want to. This is accomplished through a ‘reset button’. This allows the visitor to start over with a clean form.

This line of HTML code defines the INPUT as being reset where the text inside the quotes (“reset” ) will appear in the button.

Putting together all of the information contained in the HTML Form posts will result in your ability to present a professional looking form that is easy for the visitor to use and collects all the infomation needed.

Part V – contains a complete HTML form with a sample of how the output would look when received in an email.



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