This HTML Tutorial section describes how to create html forms within your HTML
documents. HTML forms are used to gain information from the reader
such as feedback, an on-line order for goods, database entry
or subscription to a mailing list. We have divided the section
between how to place a form on the page (the easy part) and how
to get it to return some results (the not so easy part!).
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Here HTML Tutorial explains that there is a wide variety of dialog items available for you to place on your
You must include the <FORM></FORM> tags or they will not show up. Dialog items
are placed there using the <INPUT>, <SELECT> and <TEXTAREA>
Described in detail later, the dialog items are as follows: