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HTML5 and CSS3 All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Andy Harris

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Chapter 7

Creating Forms

In This Chapter

arrow Adding forms to your pages

arrow Creating input and password text boxes

arrow Building multi-line text inputs

arrow Making list boxes and check boxes

arrow Building groups of radio buttons

arrow Using HTML5 form elements

arrow Creating buttons

HTML gives you the ability to describe web pages, but today's web isn't a one-way affair. Users want to communicate through web pages, by typing in information, making selections from drop-down lists, and interacting, rather than simply reading. In this chapter, you learn how to build these interactive elements in your pages.

You Have Great Form

There's one more aspect to HTML that you need to understand — the ability to make forms. Forms are the parts of the page that allow user interaction. Figure 7-1 shows a page with all the primary ...

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