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1 Place the insertion point at the appropriate location between the <form> and </form>
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tags, and press ENTER to create a new line
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2 Type the beginning of an <input/> tag, a space, the type attribute, an equal sign, a pair
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of double quotation marks, radio, and another pair of double quotation marks:
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<input type="radio"
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3 Type a space, the name attribute, an equal sign, a pair of double quotation marks, the
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name for the group of option buttons, and another pair of double quotation marks:
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<input type="radio" name="customertype"
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4 Type a space, the id attribute, an equal sign, double quotation marks, the identifier
name for this radio button, and double quotation marks:
<input type="radio" name="customertype" id="customer"
5 Type the closing slash and angle bracket for the <input/> tag:
<input type="radio" name="customertype" id="customer"/>
6 On the next line, type the beginning of a <label> tag that will display the text that
appears next to the option button:
<label
7 Type the for attribute, an equal sign, double quotation marks, the option button s id
name, double quotation marks, and a closing angle bracket:
<label for="customer">
8 Type the text that you want to appear next to the option button, followed by the closing
</label> tag:
<label for="customer">Existing Customer</label>
NOTE
The name attribute associates the option buttons with each other, making them a group If you assign a different value to the name attribute for the different option buttons in the group, they will be independent of each other and will not function correctly To create two different groups of option buttons, use a different name value for the buttons that belong in each group
9 Repeat steps 1 through 8 to add each of the other option buttons to the group Use the
same name attribute for each of the option buttons (see the accompanying Note)
10 Optionally, to make one of the option buttons selected by default, add the checked
attribute to it and set the value to checked:
<input type="radio" name="customertype" id="customer" checked="checked"/>
ADD COMMAND BUTTONS
NOTE
To create a reset button, follow these steps, but use type="reset" instead of type="submit", and assign the button a value such as Reset the Form or Clear All Fields
The controls discussed so far in this chapter let visitors interact with your forms, enter text, and make choices; but to enable them to take an action, you must add one or more command buttons At the very least, you must add a button for submitting the form It s often a good idea to include a button that resets the form, clearing all the options chosen or data entered in its fields To add a submit button:
1 Place the insertion point at the appropriate position between the <form> and </form>
tags, and press ENTER to create a new line
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2 Type the beginning of an <input/> tag, a space, the type attribute, an equal sign, a pair
of double quotation marks, submit, and another pair of double quotation marks:
<input type="submit"
3 Type a space, the value attribute, an equal sign, a pair of double quotation marks, the
name for the button, another pair of double quotation marks, and the closing slash and angle bracket for the <input/> tag:
<input type="submit" value="Submit Feedback"/>
Complete a Form
The following listing shows the complete code for the sample form shown in Figure 10-1, except that part of the list of states and possessions is omitted for conciseness
<h1>Customer Feedback</h1> <form action="feedbackphp" method="get"> <p>First Name: <input type="text" name="firstname" size="20" value="Type your first name here" maxlength="20"/> </p> <p>Last Name: <input type="text" name="lastname" size="20" value="Type your last name here" maxlength="20"/></p> <p>Address 1: <input type="text" name="address1" value="Address line 1" size="40"/> </p> <p>Address 2: <input type="text" name="address2" value="Address line 2" size="40"/> </p> <p>City: <input type="text" name="addresscity" value="City" size="17"/>  State: <select size="1"> <option value="1">AL</option> <option value="2">AK</option> <option value="3">AR</option> <option value="4">AS</option> <option value="5">AZ</option> <option value="6">CA</option> <option value="7">CO</option> <option value="8">CT</option>
Figure 10-1: Include a reset or clear button on your forms so that visitors can easily clear the information they ve entered in the form if necessary
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LETTING VISITORS UPLOAD FILES
Depending on the types of forms you create, you may sometimes need to let visitors upload files to you For example, if you accept visitor input for your site, you might need to let visitors upload pictures; if you sell software, you may need to allow visitors to upload configuration files to you so that you can diagnose problems To enable visitors to upload files:
1 Place the insertion point at the appropriate
position between the <form> and </form> tags, and press ENTER to create a new line
2 Type the beginning of an <input/> tag, a space,
the type attribute, an equal sign, a pair of double quotation marks, file, and another pair of double quotation marks: <input type="file"
3 Type a space, the name attribute, an equal sign,
a pair of double quotation marks, the name for the upload controls, and another pair of double quotation marks: <input type="file" name="upload"
4 Type a space, the size attribute, an equal sign, a
pair of double quotation marks, the approximate width of the text box in the upload controls, another pair of double quotation marks, and the closing angle bracket for the tag: <input type="file" name="upload" size=60 /> Figure 10-2 shows the resulting upload controls in a form No matter which types of files you receive, check them for viruses before opening them by using an antivirus program such as Norton AntiVirus (wwwsymanteccom), McAfee VirusScan (wwwmcafeecom), or the free Avast (www avastcom) with up-to-date virus definitions Even files as apparently harmless as JPEGs can contain malware
<option value="9">DC</option> <option value="10">DE</option> <option value="11">FL</option> <option value="12">FM</option> <option value="13">GA</option> <option value="14">GU</option> <option value="15">HI</option> <option value="16">IA</option> <option value="17">ID</option> <option value="18">IL</option> <option value="19">KS</option> <option value="20">KY</option> <!-- Other states omitted here for brevity --> <option value="58">WI</option> <option value="59">WY</option> </select>  Zip: <input type="text" name="addresszip" value="Zip" size="5" maxlength="5"/> </p> <p>E-mail: <input type="text" name="email" value="Type your e-mail address here" size="40"/> </p> <p><input type="radio" name="customertype" id="customertype"/> <label for="customertype">Existing Customer</label>   <input type="radio" name="customertype" id="newcustomer" checked="checked"/> <label for="newcustomer">New Customer</label></p> <p><input type="checkbox" name="Catalog" value="Catalog" id="catalog" checked="checked"/> <label for="catalog">Send a Catalog</label>    <input type="checkbox" name="MailList" value="MailList" id="maillist"/> <label for="maillist">Add to Mailing List</label></p> <p>Your message for us:<br /> <textarea cols="40" rows="10">Type your message here </textarea></p> <p><input type="submit" value="Submit Feedback" name="submit" align="middle" id="submit"/> <input type="reset" value="Clear the Form" name="clear" align="left"/></p> </form>
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