Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing forms: part 1, part of XHTML and HTML Essential Training.
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Forms in XHTML and HTML are how you provide interactions between a user and a web server.…So they look like this. You have places where you can type things.…You have buttons that you can press, and you have more places you can type…things and more buttons you can press.…There are different types of elements in a form and these are called widgets.…So you can type text into a text widget, you can press radio buttons, and radio…buttons are the kinds of buttons that are mutually exclusive.…
In other words, I can only press one radio button at a time in a group of…radio buttons, and they are groups together, so that you can have one choice out of several.…Checkboxes are widgets that you can check and uncheck at will and they do…not group together.…So you can always check as many or as few as you like.…Then this is a submit button.…So when I'll click on this button, it will actually submit this data to the…server, and then a program on the server takes over, and does whatever it's…supposed to do with the data from the form.…
- Understanding the structure of an HTML or XHTML document
- Creating and using templates
- Controlling white space and line breaks
- Making effective use of tables and frames
- Flowing text around an image
- Formatting tables with CSS
- Creating web pages that work properly across platforms and devices
- Reviewing a case study of a complete web site
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing XHTML and HTML
2. Text Tags
3. Image Tags
Using inline images3m 17s
4. Link Tags
9. Creating a Simple Web Page from Scratch
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