You also put a stamp on the front of the card in order to send the
form, just as your web-based forms have a
However, since this is an electronic form, we recommend that you put in your send button first. This will let you test your form as you build it, rather than having to wait until the form is complete before you can test it even once.
Here's a form with a real live action address:
<form action="showInfo.cgi" method="post"> <input type="submit" value="Send Data" /> </form>
<input> element with an attribute of
creates a button on your form; the text after the
value= will appear
on the button. Here's what the form above looks like -- a button and nothing else.
Now that we've set up the destination and the “stamp” that will let us send the form, we can start building the back side of the card.
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