Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module W506. This topic is presented on public course Getting Public Sector Data on Line
In HTML, if you want to present information in rows and columns, you should use a table. Tables are especially important for web application developers who use them to align data entry boxes on their forms and tabulate the results they present.
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|3532||Sharing the user experience - designing a form with the customer in mind|
I came across a business survey to fill in this morning. I started. Then I stopped, cleared it, and took it in to class - as an excellent demonstration of some of the issues that system designers should consider when they're designing a form, based on the thoughts of a user filling it in. Seven pages ...
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|esq.php|| A first script - just echo inputs|
|furst.html|| A first page with links to other pages and scripts (via form)|
|smith.html|| target page for a link|
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Topics covered in this module
Form structure, POST and GET.
Text, text area and passwords.
Select and multiple select.
Radio buttons and check boxes.
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