TYPE=TEXT|TEXTAREA|PASSWORD|CHECKBOX| RADIO|SUBMIT|RESET|FILE|HIDDEN| IMAGE|BUTTON
Specifies a form control.
|TOP||Surrounding text is aligned to the top of the form element.|
|MIDDLE||Surrounding text is aligned to the middle of the form element.|
|BOTTOM||Surrounding text is aligned to the bottom of the form element.|
|LEFT||Surrounding text is aligned to the left of the form element.|
|RIGHT||Surrounding text is aligned to the right of the form element.|
|TEXT||Used for a single-line text-entry field. Use in conjunction with the SIZE= and MAXLENGTH= attributes.|
|TEXTAREA||Used for a multiline text-entry field.|
|PASSWORD||The same as the = HREF="slide.htm"#htmlref2_0001000114000d0a>TEXT= attribute, except that text is not displayed as the user enters it.|
|CHECKBOX||The element appears as a check box.|
|RADIO||Used for attributes that accept a single value from a set of alternatives. Each radio button field in the group should be given the same name. Only the selected radio button in the group generates a name/value pair in the submitted data. Radio buttons require an explicit VALUE= attribute.|
|SUBMIT||A button that, when clicked, submits the form. You can use the VALUE= attribute to provide a non-editable label to be displayed on the button. The default label is application-specific. If a SUBMIT button is clicked to submit the form, and that button has a NAME= attribute specified, that button contributes a name/value pair to the submitted data. Otherwise, a SUBMIT button makes no contribution to the submitted data.|
|RESET||A button that, when clicked, resets the form's fields to their specified initial values. The label to be displayed on the button can be specified just as for the SUBMIT button.|
|FILE||Used to insert a file.|
|HIDDEN||No field is presented to the user, but the content of the field is sent with the submitted form. This value can be used to transmit state information about client/server interaction.|
|IMAGE||An image field that you can click, causing the form to be immediately submitted. The coordinates of the selected point are measured in pixel units from the upper-left corner of the image, and are returned (along with the other contents of the form) in two name/value pairs. The x-coordinate is submitted under the name of the field with ".x" appended, and the y-coordinate is submitted under the name of the field with ".y" appended. Any VALUE= attribute is ignored. The image itself is specified by the SRC= attribute, exactly as for the image element.|
|BUTTON||The element appears as a button.|
<FORM ACTION="http://intranet/survey" METHOD=POST> <P>Name <BR><INPUT NAME="CONTROL1" TYPE=TEXT VALUE="Your Name"> <P>Password <BR><INPUT TYPE="PASSWORD" NAME="CONTROL2"> <P>Color <BR><INPUT TYPE="RADIO" NAME="CONTROL3" VALUE="0" CHECKED>Red <INPUT TYPE="RADIO" NAME="CONTROL3" VALUE="1">Green <INPUT TYPE="RADIO" NAME="CONTROL3" VALUE="2">Blue <P>Comments <BR><INPUT TYPE="TEXTAREA" NAME="CONTROL4" SIZE="20,5" MAXLENGTH="250"> <P><INPUT NAME="CONTROL5" TYPE=CHECKBOX CHECKED>Send receipt <P><INPUT TYPE="SUBMIT" VALUE="OK"><INPUT TYPE="RESET" VALUE="Reset"> </FORM>
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