Trailer - HTML Forms0:39 with Nick Pettit
The web is a two-way communication medium.
There's lots of each HTML elements for displaying data, or producing output,
and conversely, there's also lots of of HTML elements for accepting input.
Accepting input from the user means creating a
web form so that your users can talk back.
In this course, we'll learn about all the most important
form elements that web professionals use on a daily basis.
This includes form controls like text fields,
radio buttons, check boxes, select menus, and more.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to create well structured sign-up forms,
contact forms, and pretty much any other kind of basic form that you can imagine.
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