The World Wide Web Database Developer's Guide leaves readers with a skillset that will allow them to quickly and professionally convert and present database information on the Internet and World Wide Web. The CD includes all the source code fromthe book, plus a collection of Web database development tools, including commercial Web database access tools.This chapter expands on the previous discussion of HTML and explores a set of tags and attributes referred to as form elements. These form elements ... Figure 8.1 shows a typical form you might use to order a pizza online. In later sectionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||World Wide Web Database Developer's Guide|
|Author||:||Mark Swank, Drew Kittel|
|Publisher||:||Sams - 1996|