This video tutorial explains how to use radio buttons in a form and also how to use Java Script to handle the form and validate the data which the user has provided.
Forms allow users to submit data in many different ways.
A range of form input elements are available including text boxes, checkboxes, radio buttons, and submit buttons.
You can create forms that submit data to most application servers, including PHP, ASP, and Cold Fusion.
If you use Cold Fusion, you can also add Cold Fusion-specific form controls to your forms. The text can be displayed as a single line, multiple lines, and as a password field where entered text is replaced by asterisks or bullets to hide the text from onlookers.
This lesson explains some ways that Java Script is useful when using forms in your web pages and how to handle events and validations before submitting the form data back to your server-side scripts. An HTML form is any text box, check box, or radio button that takes input from a user.
HTML comes with several form input types that you can use without creating your own input options.A form object displays input fields for the user to enter this information and send it back to your web server.You can use Java Script to provide dynamic customizations to a standard HTML form.This looks like a sequencing problem but it works the same on all the browsers I have tried (FF8, IE9, Chrome15.0.874.121, Safari4.0.5, Opera11.11).To check the user form inputs I have an "onsubmit" that calls a Java Script.When a visitor enters information into a web form displayed in a web browser and clicks the submit button, the information is sent to a server where a server-side script or application processes it.