HTML and CSS Reference
Forms play a large role in how users interact with, provide information to, and take action
on websites. We've taken all the right steps to learn not only how to mark up forms but also
how to style them.
To quickly recap, within this lesson we discussed the following:
• How to initialize a form
• Ways to obtain text-based information from users
• Different elements and methods for creating multiple choice options and menus
• Which elements and attributes are best used to submit a form's data for processing
• How best to organize forms and give form controls structure and meaning
• A handful of attributes that help collect more qualified data
Our understanding of HTML and CSS is progressing quite nicely, and we only have one
more component to learn: tables. In the next chapter, we'll take a look at how to organize
and present data with tables.