Hour 9. Web Form Basics
To create a useful web application, we must be able to somehow collect user input and return to the user a web page customized to the input entered. For example, search engines such as Google accept a user’s search query and then display a page with results based on the query entered. Sites such as Amazon.com read a shopper’s credit card numbers so that they can correctly bill the shopper for purchases.
HTML was designed with these needs in mind. The HTML
<input> element, for ...