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Chapter 10. Gathering User Input Using Forms

What You’ll Do

Create Forms

Set Form Properties

Understand Form Fields

Set Form Tab Order

Insert Labels and Text Boxes

Insert Drop-Down Boxes

Insert Group Boxes

Insert Radio Buttons

Insert Check Boxes

Insert Buttons

Create Picture Buttons

Insert File Uploads

Save Form Results to a File

Use a Custom Confirmation Page

Send Form Results as E-Mail

Save Form Results to a Custom Form Handler

Save Form Results to a Database

Use ASP.NET Controls

Introduction

In this chapter, you’re going to create Web page forms using Microsoft Expression Web. Forms that appear on Web pages are similar to paper forms. Web page forms share the same purpose (gathering information about your users) and use many of the same ...

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