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Background and Forms. Background - body. To embed background into a whole page <body background="tile.gif"> If the picture is smaller than the screen size, it will "tile". Background - body. To embed background into a whole page

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Background - body

To embed background into a whole page

<body background="tile.gif">

If the picture is smaller than the screen size, it will "tile"


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Background - body

To embed background into a whole page

If the picture is a "verticular" image. Because it is "tiling", it gives an illusion of a fading background.


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Background - table

Similarly to putting an image on the background, you can put one inside a cell.

<TABLE border="1" width="600" height="400">

<TR>

<TD width="300" background="blue.gif"></TD>

<TD width="300" background="brown.gif"></TD>

</TR>

</TABLE>


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Exercise 5

Create ex5 directory inside public_html directory

Inside ex5

Create home.html – do this first as template

Create projects.html

Goodies: If you want to scale down a large image, just define the width size and the browser will automatically resize the picture eg. <img src="pic.gif" width="100">




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Forms

HTML Forms

  • Receive information from the web surfer

  • A form will take input from the viewer

    Text Fields

  • Input fields are going to be the meat of your form's sandwich. The <input> has a few attributes that you should be aware of.

  • type - Determines what kind of input field it will be. Possible choices are text, submit, and password.

  • name - Assigns a name to the given field so that you may reference it later.

  • size - Sets the horizontal width of the field. The unit of measurement is in blank spaces.

  • maxlength - Dictates the maximum number of characters that can be entered.


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Forms – Introduction

<form method="post" action="mailto:[email protected]">

Name: <input type="text" size="10" maxlength="40" name="name"> <br />

Favorite Drink: <input type="text" size="10" maxlength="20" name="message"><br />

<input type="submit" value="SEND">

</form>

method - We will only be using the post functionality of method, which sends the data without displaying any of the information to the visitor.

action - Specifies the URL to send the data to.


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Forms – Radio Buttons

<form method="post" action="mailto:[email protected]">

What kind of shirt are you wearing? <br />

Shade:

<input type="radio" name="shade" value="dark">Dark

<input type="radio" name="shade" value="light">Light <br />

Size:

<input type="radio" name="size" value="small">Small

<input type="radio" name="size" value="medium">Medium

<input type="radio" name="size" value="large">Large <br />

<input type="submit" value=“SEND">

</form>

value - specifies what will be sent if the user chooses this radio button. Only one value will be sent for a given group of radio buttons (see name for more information, if the name is the same, you allow only one option. If name is different, you allow multiple option).

name - defines which set of radio buttons that it is a part of. Here, we have 2 groups: shade and size.


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Forms – Check Boxes (check all applicable)

<form method="post" action="mailto:[email protected]">

Select your favorite cartoon characters.

<input type="checkbox" name="toon1"

value="Goofy">Goofy

<input type="checkbox" name="toon2"

value="Donald">Donald

<input type="checkbox" name="toon3"

value="Bugs">Bugs Bunny

<input type="checkbox" name="toon4"

value="Scoob">Scooby Doo

<input type="submit" value="SUBMIT">

</form>


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Forms – Drop down lists

<form method="post“ action="mailto:[email protected]">

College Degree?

<select name="degree">

<option>Choose One</option>

<option>Some High School</option>

<option>High School Degree</option>

<option>Some College</option>

<option>Bachelor's Degree</option>

<option>Doctorate</option>

<input type="submit" value="SEND">

</select>

</form>


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Forms – Selection Forms

<form method="post"

action="mailto:[email protected]">

Musical Taste

<select multiple name="music" size="4">

<option value="metal/rock" >Metal/Rock</option>

<option value="hiphop" >Hip Hop</option>

<option value="classical" >Classical</option>

<option value="alternative" >Alternative</option>

</select>

<input type="submit" value="SEND">

</form>


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Forms – Text Area

<form method="post"

action="mailto:[email protected]">

<textarea rows="5" cols="20" name="comments">

Enter Comments Here

</textarea>

<input type="submit" value="SEND">

</form>

Rows and columns need to be specified as attributes to

the <textarea> tag. Rows are roughly 12pixels high, the

same as in word programs and the value of the columns

reflects how many characters wide the text area will be.

i.e. The example shows a text area 5 rows tall and

20 characters wide.


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