Form

Updated: 10/11/2017 by Computer Hope

A form may refer to any of the following:

form

1. Generally speaking, form is a term used to describe a shape of an object.

2. Not to be confused with a forum, a e-form or form is a web page or paper that contains a listing of questions or fields that ask for user input. An example of a web page form is our technical support form.

Tip

Press the Tab key to switch between each of the fields in an online form.

Tip

If you are selecting an item in a drop-down menu, press a letter once on the keyboard moves to the first word in the drop-down menu that starts with that letter.

3. When referring to HTML, the <form> tag is used to create an interactive section on a web page that allows visitors to submit information to a web server.

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