Forms Tutorials: Table of Contents
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- So, You Want A Form, Huh?
This is a basic forms tutorial. It explains the basics of placing input items on an HTML page. It's best to read this one first, before tackling the guestbook tutorial below.
- So, You Want A Guestbook, Huh?
This is what everyone wants from a form. A guestbook! Read on... and you shall have one of your very own.
- So, You Want An Image Starting Your Form, Huh?
Instead of using the dull gray submit button, why not use a colorful image to submit your form data? Here's how.
- So, You Want A Searchable Database, Huh?
Use AltaVista or HotBot for your own site.
- Limiting Checkbox Use
Here's a script that limits the number of checkboxes a person can choose. If you've ever put up checkboxes and found that users checked every box, every time...this one's for you.
- So, You Want A Form Attachments, Huh?
Try to attach files to your email right from your Web pages.
- Working with MSIE's AutoComplete
Use it or don't.
- FIELDSET & LEGEND
Spice Up Those Forms in IE.
- Tabindex Command
Set your forms to jump correctly when a user hits the tab key.
- CSS and Forms
Style Sheets allow you so much control over your forms.
- Enable/Disable Buttons
Use a checkbox to either enable or disable your form elements.