Chapter 11. Creating Search and Results Pages

Search and results pages work together to query a database, depending on the information a user requests. The search page contains an HTML form with at least one form object, such as a menu or text box, and a submit button, which sends the user’s request to the results page. The results page dynamically creates a recordset based on the request and displays the results.

Building search and results pages requires that you combine several skills you learned in previous chapters in a new way. To create a search page, you need to insert an HTML form, at least one form object, and a submit button. To create a results page, you need to create a recordset and recordset filter, insert a dynamic table, and ...

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