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Forms are integral part of any website which tends to collect any sort of data from its users. Whether it is Railway Reservation, Plane Reservation or entering a form for Government Vacancy. All require you to enter some data to proceed any further.
Forms are made with the help of form tags and are used for making interactive pages where the users who are coming to the website enter their details such as name, age, gender, city, country, etc. This data is later sent by the form to the back-end database, where the data is saved to be used later.
Forms are best way to receive the personal data from user without much hassle. We will see a simple example of how to make a form in html. Look at the example below:
<form> Name:<input type="text"> Age: <input type="number"> <button type="submit">Submit</button> </form>
1. HTML forms