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Re: Newbie request

From: Jasper Bryant-Greene <jasper@bryant-greene.name>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 10:02:38 +1200
Message-ID: <42FFBF7E.4060405@bryant-greene.name>
To: www-forms@w3.org

This isn't really the right mailing list to learn how to write HTML 
(this list is about future developments with hypertext forms).

I suggest you do a Google search for HTML forms tutorial -- the top few 
results will likely be useful.

Jasper


f.20.maniams@neverbox.com wrote:
> Thanks for the quick reply
> 
> Where can I get some free HTML forms and a website that supports such forms
> 
> I am totally new to HTML
> 
> Thanks
> 
> mani
> 
> On 8/14/05, Jasper Bryant-Greene - jasper@bryant-greene.name
> <+f+maniams+320c5a659b.jasper#bryant-greene.name@spamgourmet.com>
> wrote:
> 
>>You can use XForms, but browser support is probably not as universal as
>>you would like. If you want anyone who visits your website to be able to
>>fill out the form and submit it, standard HTML forms might be a better idea.
>>
>>Jasper
>>
>>f.20.maniams@neverbox.com wrote:
>>
>>>Hi
>>>
>>>I'm a newbie wishing to set up a small web form for a self help group
>>>
>>>This typical form would consist of some yes / no questions, some dates
>>>to be filled and and some long and short answers
>>>
>>>Answers are to be mailed to a pre determined address - say help address
>>>
>>>Can I use these X forms ? if so how ? where do I start ?
>>>
>>>any pointers would be most appreciated
>>>
>>>many thanks in advance for your time and efforts
>>>
>>>
>>>mani
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Received on Sunday, 14 August 2005 22:02:53 GMT

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