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8.1.1. Form: FORM Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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8.1.1. Form: FORM

8.1.1. Form: FORM

The <FORM> element contains a sequence of input elements, along with document structuring elements. The attributes are:

specifies the action URI for the form. The action URI of a form defaults to the base URI of the document (see 7, "Hyperlinks").

selects a method of accessing the action URI. The set of applicable methods is a function of the scheme of the action URI of the form. See 8.2.2, "Query Forms: METHOD=GET" and 8.2.3, "Forms with Side-Effects: METHOD=POST".

specifies the media type used to encode the name/value pairs for transport, in case the protocol does not itself impose a format. See 8.2.1, "The form-urlencoded Media Type".

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