WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS CHAPTER:
- Scripting text, password, text area, and hidden form controls
- Writing code for select, check box, and radio button form controls
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You’re quite accustomed to various user interface elements. For example, every operating system has a number of standard elements, such as buttons you can click; lists, drop-down list boxes, and radio buttons you can select from; and boxes you can check. These elements are the means by which you now interface with applications. The good news is that you can include many of these types of elements in your web page—and even better, it’s very easy to do so. When you have such an element—say, a button—inside your ...