HTML and CSS Reference
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HTML forms are simple HTML controls you use to col-
lect information from website visitors. They include text
boxes people can type into, list boxes they can pick from,
checkboxes they can switch on or off, and so on. There
are countless ways to use HTML forms, and if you've
kicked around the Web for more than a week, you've
used them to do everything from getting a stock quote to
signing up for an email account.
HTML forms have existed almost since the dawn of
HTML, and they haven't changed a wink since last cen-
tury, despite some serious efforts. Web standards-
makers spent years cooking up a successor called
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