Let's start with a web page to create a note. A simple design is as follows:
In HTML, there are two ways to submit a form:
GET. The difference is the way how the parameters are transferred to the server. In both cases, the browser issues an HTTP request. If you use the
POST method, then the browser sends an HTTP request with the
POST request method token to the server. The values of the form fields are transmitted in the request body. With the
GET method, the browser sends a HTTP request with the
GET request method token to the server. The values of the form fields are appended to the URL after a question ...