Vote for your favorite Heisman Candidate: <BR><FORM ACTION="noCGI" METHOD=POST> Candidate's Name: <INPUT NAME="vote_for"> <BR>Your Name: <INPUT NAME="voter_name"> <BR>Your E-mail: <INPUT NAME="voter_email"> <BR>To submit the query, press: <INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Submit Vote">. </FORM>This is rendered:
Vote for your favorite Heisman Candidate:
You simply fill in the blanks, and press 'submit' (note that this form doesn't do anything because no CGI application was specified in the FORM tag.)
FORMS is supported by many, but not all browsers. If you see nothing above here that looks like a form, then check out this list of forms-capable clients to see if yours is on the list.
The ACTION attribute specifies the URL to which the form results will be sent: this should be a CGI application. Since no URL is specified, an error will occur if you try to submit this form.
The METHOD attribute specifies the HTTP method to be used to submit the form information to the server. There are two options:
Last Edited: October 26, 1994