Your website visitors sometimes type their name in all capital letters. Or all lower case. And when you manually correct the case, there is danger of introducing typographical errors.
Your website visitors sometimes type their name in all capital letters. Or all lower case. And when you manually correct the case, there is danger of introducing typographical errors. This article will show you how to fix that -- and without paying a programmer to modify your CGI program.
Here is a method that can be used to present a final web page, a good-bye page, to site visitors after they click on a link to a page on another (or your own) web site.
The first of this 2-part series showed you how to use the <form> tag and the many uses of the <input> tag, including hidden fields. This second part completes the tutorial with multi-line text input areas, selection lists, and a complete form using all the examples and a script to process the form's information.
When you have the same form on many pages, and it needs to contain the current page's URL, then either the form needs to be edited for every page or an automated method is used to insert the current page's URL. This article shows you an automated method.
When two form fields must contain identical information before they can be submitted, this article shows you how to implement it. A common implementation is for eliminating typographical errors in an email addresses.