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Visual QuickStart Guide: JavaScript, Ninth Edition by Dori Smith, Tom Negrino

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6. Form Handling

Anytime you need to gather information from the users of your websites, you’ll need to use a form.

Forms can contain most of the usual graphical interface elements, including entry fields, radio buttons, check boxes, pop-up menus, and entry lists. In addition, HTML forms can contain password fields, shielding the user’s input from prying eyes.

Once the form is filled out, a click on the form’s Submit button sends the form’s information ...

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