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Tutorial 13: Giving Form to Forms

Exercises

Try these to hone your skills at form procesing:

Magazine Subscription

Take alook at your favorite magazine and find the little cut-out form that allows you to subscribe to it (everyone has those). Try to make an HTML form that duplicates this form, in both form (hah!) and function. Since we haven't gotten into CSS layout yet, you might consider using a table to put the form controls in the right places.

Encodings and methods

Think of what submission method and encoding would you use for the following types of form, and why: A form that adds a user to a mailing list; A form that adds a user to the group of people who can access a Web site; A form that looks up a user in an e-mail directory; A form that looks up an employee's salary in your company's personnel database; A form that orders a free catalogue; A form that orders a book.

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Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou

URL: http://www.webreference.com/html/tutorial13/exercises1.html

Created: May 28, 1998
Revised: February 25, 1999