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by Dinesh Thakur Category: HTML

SUBMIT- After filling up the form, the user needs to submit the information. An <INPUT> tag with type = submit provides a button that submits the information in the completed form to the URL, given as the action attribute of the FORM tag.



 
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Two attributes "rowspan" and "colspan" are used to combine adjoining cells into larger cells. These attributes are used in either <TH> or <TD> tags and accepts a number as value. For rowspan attribute this number indicates the number of rows a cell should take up and for colspan the number of columns the cell should span. In both the cases the present cell is included in counting.

 
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The input "type" = hidden is unusual in the respect that they do not appear in the displayed form. By setting the "type" attribute to hidden, it is possible to transmit default or previously specified text that is hidden from the user to the handling program.

 
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In general, when a visitor clicks the "submit" button, two things are sent to the server: the data that the visitor typed into the form, and an action, which basically tells .the server the name of the program, which knows how to process the form's data.

 
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<FIELDSET>tag creates a box around a group of widgets and <LEGEND>tag provides a label to the field set. Both tags require closing tags.

 
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Now day’s lists are omnipresent. Whenever one jots down the items to be bought from a grocery store, one goes through the telephone directory to look for a particular phone number or looks up at the table of contents of a book, or is taking the help of lists to make his task easier. In fact, lists are the best method of organizing information and presenting it in a structured fashion.



 
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Doctype is a piece of code that goes in the first line of an HTML webpage. Don't worry about what's in it just recognize that this line is a Doctype. And I said 'a' Doctype as the fun part is there are a whole bunch of them. Which is why it is so important for you to understand which type pertains to your website.

 
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An Ordered list is one that is numbered and may also be used to indicate sequential form of information. <ol> and </ol> are opening and closing tags for an ordered list respectively. The code used for ordering the List as below:



 
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URL, is a fancy name for address. Each file on the Internet has a unique URL. The first part of the URL is called the protocol. It tells the browser how to deal with the file that it is about to open. One of the most common protocols you will see it HTTP, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol.



 
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A pull down menu lets the user select one choice out of many possible choices. One nice aspect of pull-down menus is that all choices do not have to be seen on the screen and are normally hidden. They occupy minimal amount of space as it displays only on item of the list. In this kind of input field you use <SELECT>instead of <INPUT> and it has a closing tag.

 

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