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Foundation HTML5 with CSS3 by Jason Garber, Craig Cook

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Chapter 8

Assembling Forms and Applications

We’ve referred to the Web as a conduit for the movement of information, distributing ideas around the world to anyone who wants to find them. It’s this far-reaching scope and wide-open range that makes the Web so captivating and philosophically marvelous. But information doesn’t flow only downhill. Your visitors might arrive at your website to passively absorb, but, if allowed, they can also participate in the exchange of information, offering their own ideas and reactions.

But how can you receive such feedback from your visitors? How can readers and viewers become valued contributors? The simplest, ...

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