By using the ASP Request Object object, you can create simple, yet powerful scripts for collecting and processing data gathered with HTML forms.
In this topic, you will not only learn how to create basic form processing scripts, but also acquire useful techniques for validating form information, both on your Web server and at the user's browser.
There are many types of buttons including RADIO buttons, SUBMIT buttons, RESET buttons, CHECKBOX buttons, and TEXT buttons.
After the user enters information in a form, the information needs to be sent to your Web application.
For example, the following HTML tags generate a form where a user can enter their first name, last name, and age, and includes a button for submitting information to a Web server.
The form also contains an hidden input tag (not displayed by the Web browser) that you can use to pass additional information to a Web server.
To complete this lesson, you perform the following tasks: Forms can contain many different kinds of elements to help your users enter data.