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Dreamweaver CS3 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide by Dori Smith, Tom Negrino

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11. Using Forms and Fields

A lot of Web sites exist just to provide information and entertainment to site visitors. But if you want your site to get information back from your visitors, you’ll need some way to let them interact with you and your site. To do that, you’ll need to add a form.

A form contains fields, and those fields can be anything from a simple check box to a group of radio buttons, or a single or multiline text entry area. And of course, you’ll want some sort of “OK” or “Submit” button so that your visitors know how to send you their completed form. Look at the Forms tab of the Insert Bar (Figure 11.1), and you’ll see that it contains everything you need to add any kind of form and field to your site.

Figure 11.1. The Forms tab ...

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