The Form element in HTML creates a form, this can be used to submit data to the server. The server wil handle any submitted data, with a server-side script.
Data submitted through forms should be validated on the server as well, because the client-side validation methods are easily omitted.
|Attrs||Other Attributes||Common, I18n, Event||STF|
|action||URI||server-side form handler||STF|
|method||GET|POST||HTTP submit method||STF|
|accept||ContentTypes||list of MIME types for file upload||STF|
|name||Character Data||name of form||STF|
|onsubmit||Script||the form was submitted||STF|
|onreset||Script||the form was reset||STF|
|accept-charset||CharacterSets||list of supported charsets||STF|
|target||Target window of the form||TF|
DTD. Defines which document type the attribute is allowed. S=Strict, T=Transitional, F=Frameset.
<form action="action.php" method="post"> </form>
<form action="action.php" method="post"> <input type="text" name="name"> <input type="text" name="email"> <textarea cols="40" rows="5" name="textmsg"></textarea> <input type="submit" value="Submit"> </form>
The complete example was included to spare you the time, of looking each entry up in the reference.